13 Oct, 06:44
Manchester United have begun the defense of their Premier League title with a stagger like swag filled with signs of undecidedness that have creeped in with David Moyes' bow as Sir Alex Ferguson's successor.
It's all change for neighbors Manchester City too, where Manuel Pellegrini was expected to continue his Malaga magic but with strokes of the canet from likes of Aston villa, it may prove more difficult than expected to replace king of flop Roberto Mancini.
The Chilean has not done great, just as the self proclaimed happy one José Mourinho has too, failing miserably after being expected to produce wonders in his second tenure as Chelsea boss. With a loss to Everton, Robert Martinez boys sent a wakeup call to Mourinho but we know what to expect as they travel to ”boss” and “decider” of many coaches to meet West Bromwich Albion soon.
Cardiff City's first ever Premier League campaign kicked off very well with some magic expectations from the boys, downing Man City was not an easy task but is showed why the team is really in BPL, while Crystal Palace have also proven beyond reason why are they really in the league of money and nuts.
The Emirates hasn't been happier as Arsenal have gone 6 games unbeaten having been shown by Paul Lambert's Aston Villa side that they really need to bring strength to north London if Arsene Wenger needed to win his place back in the top four trophy. Now they are at the top and will be title favorites if they do not flatter as the league progresses.
Mark Hughes has been handed a tough beginning to life as Stoke City boss and for sure he has really changed the “beba beba” game to somehow look “tiki taka” one he deserves credit for. Congrats..
West Brom have shown maturity by putting down the champions' flame and nearly shocking the emirates boys, while Roberto Martinez' Everton tenure has started well with a five game unbeaten run.
Paolo Di Canio had his
intimated major changes in the offing at Sunderland not working and now it is up to Gus Poyet to change things around.