Off To A Bad Start


Liverpool faced Hull in a game that was just about adequate. Balotelli is their striker and so far he has not fit in well with the team’s structure.

No goals were scored from either side during the match at Anfield. Chances were of course present but non of them were converted. This may have given Jakuovic a clean sheet as the Tigers’ goal keeper, but it meant that the Reds had only won five of their last 12 league matches!

Liverpool are eight points behind the Leaders, Chelsea, and need to find a way forward. Balotelli has joined Liverpool, yes. Balotelli is their striker, yes. However, if they expect changes in the scoreline, they will need to realise that football is a team sport (not an individual effort). They’re all in it together.


Red Retaliation

Arsenal faced Sunderland as Oxlade-Chamberlain made his 100th Arsenal appearance! Fortunately, the Gunners succeeded in celebrating his achievement.

Sanchez opened up the scoreline for the Reds in the 30th minute. He was a player who turned potential from the Arsenal side into a result! He then went on to score a goal in the 90th minute – to continue what Arsenal do best. Sunderland has now shamefully conceided 10 goals in just two premier league matches. The Reds’ flames sure did burn into Sunderland’s confidence.

Arsenal have climbed up to fifth place in the premier league table. Now all they need to do is maintain a winning and health consistency to prevent any misconceptions.


Man City Meltdown

Manchester City faced an aspirational West Ham for the Premier League this Saturday. Sorrowfully, the only thing they were able to leave with was a bit of pride smothered inside their gym bags.

Amalfitano gave West Ham the lead in the 25th minute. They didn’t fail to hold their advantage against the prestigious Manchester City. Then Sakho even managed to double it in the 75th. He has now scored in West Ham’s six premier league matches! That is what football needs! Luckily enough, Silva was able to spare some pride by putting in a goal for City two minutes later.

Its players like Sakho that are raising smaller clubs higher and causing people like Russel Brand to hijack manager interviews. Really and truely, it should be the premier league champions being noticed by cameras and fans.