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Football. Bloody hell. A record-breaking season in which all three promoted sides stayed up and Man City owned the PL despite losing three times to an Egyptian inspired Liverpool and at home to a Man Utd side pilloried by their former players yet finished 2nd on over 80 points for the first time since the days of Alex Ferguson. Man City - 1st It's impossible not to be impressed at the performance of Guardiola's team this season. Sure they have spent a fortune, but they've been doing that for years now and haven't come close to this kind of dominance. 100 points is ludicrous in such a competitive league and I find it hard to imagine they can replicate it again. But that first half of the season in which they won 18 and drew 1 (at home to a shite Everton of all teams) was unprecedented. And even though the second half of the season saw them dumped out of two trophies and lose to both Man Utd and Liverpool, they still took 45 points. Not too shabby. As a one-off season, it's certainly the greatest in the history of the English top flight. Can they now win it again and again and claim to be one of the great teams? Man Utd - 2nd I'm no fan of Jose Mourinho, but he gets results. He will divide fans at Man Utd, but he won two trophies last season and is on course for another this time out as well. A 2nd place finish and an 81 point haul are what he will bring. His detractors will say he's been overtaken by the new attacking managers, but yet he still gets results. And those people should remember that Man Utd started this season with back to back 4-0 wins and a real attacking flair. Lukaku was the perfect signing too. They struggled against the lower teams last season, but in Lukaku they more than solved that problem. I tipped them for the title this season, mainly due to the money spent and that Mourinho tends to win titles in his second seasons. They may not have managed it, but with City on the form they were, that's no surprise. Tottenham...
Thank fuck its over,back to the drawing board i guess
0-0 A point, so second place secured. Any injuries? We finish at home to Watford next weekend, then six days to the FA Cup final. Let's hope we get our heads ready for that one.
Shit. We can do shit really really well.