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Premiership Conclusion


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Manchester United - Premiership Winner. After few years of failure this title is more important than ever for their world wide status and reputation.

Reading - Massively overachieving, without spending any much money during the summer.

Portsmouth - Overachieving without spending much money.




Alex Ferguson - Prove everyone who think he is finished wrong.

David Moyes - Prove the very few idiotic Toffee fans who booed him after they lost to Spurs, who think he is negative, useless in transfer market, tactically naive, stubborn wrong. And he prove himself in big style with astute signings, cautious and courageous tactics.

Steve Coppell - Goes without saying.




Christiano Ronaldo - Win over everyone after his world cup antic.

Didier Drogba - Massively improved player despite his persistent diving.

Manuel Fernandes - 2 loan spells at 2 different clubs with massive success.






Chelsea - Have a very admirable season on the pitch even though they could end up with only Carling Cup. But the ongoing board room bickering has tarnished the club's image. And with so much money invested no Champions League Cup = failure.

West Ham - Illegal signings, relegation, massive spending, boardroom takeover.

Charlton - Appointed the wrong manager, and back him with lots of money.




Alan Pardew - Kill his own club, fail to utilise top class players available to him (Tevez + Mascherano), and fail to rescue Charlton.

Glenn Roeder - Make tonnes of promise and excuses. Deliver nothing at the end and resign/dismissed.

Iain Dowie - Spectacular failure in transfer market.




Andrei Shevchenko - A season to forget.

Damien Duff - A season to forget.

Souleymane Diawara - A season to forget a target for ridicule.


Bonus - Championship






Wolves - Sack a losing manager and replace him with a winning one.

Sunderland - A thoroughly revitalised club.

Colchester United - Overachieving without spending money.

Stoke City - New manager, new board, good results




Roy Keane

Mick McCarthy - Repair his reputation with spectacular style.

Tony Pulis - Unconventional transfer signings and unexpected good results = 2 fingers up his old boss.

Geraint Williams




Gareth Bale - The main attacking threat for Southampton, no mean feat for a 17 years old left back.

Michael Chopra - Big impact on Championship after leaving Newcastle United.

David Nugent - England call up






Leeds - Administration, relegation, Ken Bates, Dennis Wise, Leeds United

Luton - Manager & Boardroom bickering, relegation, selling all their best players.




Phil Parkinson - Fail to deliver results for Hull despite his reputation and heavy backings from club

Peter Taylor - Fail to live up to his reputation

David Jones - Spectacular nosediving after his club topping the table for a while

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