Premiership would become a two-horse race by the end of January. Well, we’re nearly there now and whilst my prediction might be a little off, I’m going to put it out there and tell you that from now on in … this Premiership is about Arsenal and Manchester United. Chelsea are fragile and age is rearing its cruel head, Spurs are too inconsistent and Manchester City though close, don’t impress me and I think they’re more concerned about securing Champions League football. Arsenal have made a vast improvement this season. They seem to have injuries under control, potential is making way for cultured talent and a few of the big names are starting to earn their corn. Out of the two, Arsenal have the superior squad, but their problem? They don’t have the experience. United on the other hand
have gone for the more traditional approach to British football. Build from the back. If people score less goals than you, there’s a high chance you’ll have a lot of points in the bank as the season wears on. United have that
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have been question marks over his poor fitness record. A top class striker who can’t manage more than 25 games a year is next to useless. Berbatov was the £31million ex-Spurs striker who arrived at United three years ago with a great expectation resting on his sullen shoulders. He’s really struggled to make an impact either in the shadow of
Ronaldo or Wayne
Rooney. I’ve always loved
him as a player, something many United fans can’t boast. For me, he’s the closest player to Bergkamp in the modern game. His technical ability is exceptional, his vision is world-class and this year, he’s starting to show that he knows where the net is on a regular basis. The title run in is going to be tight. As legs tire at the final hurdles, it’s going to be about keeping a steady ship at
the back, but most importantly, having a striker who can break the deadlock against teams who park the bus. Though Robin isn’t going to match Berbatov’s tally this year, for me, the race for the half season golden boot could well decide
the Premiership.CCNA 200-120 LATEST There are plenty of other factors involved, but for me, the Premiership is about watching two dream strikers creating and scoring wonder goals week in week out. This is an exciting race … will it be Arsenal’s attacking flair that wins out or the masters of defence? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section!