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25/26 September: Premier League Winners & Losers

Premier League winners & losers.

Bolton 2-2 Man Utd
Newcastle 1-2 Stoke
Wolverhampton 1-2 Aston Villa
Arsenal 2-3 West Brom
Birmingham 0-0 Wigan
Blackpool 1-2 Blackburn
Fulham 0-0 Everton
Liverpool 2-2 Sunderland
Man City 1-0 Chelsea
West Ham 1-0 Tottenham

Who would have thought WBA would have been three up at Arsenal, and what about West Ham turning over Tottenham?

The Premier League certainly lived up to it's label of being the most exciting league in the world. Roll on next weekend.










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Writer: Tudor Mail feedback, articles or suggestions

Date:Monday September 27 2010

Time: 9:05AM

Your Comments

Well, hats off to Manure for keeping things exciting. Boring home wins such as we got against Chelsea just don't compare to having to come from behind against a mighty side like Notlob. Now that's what I call football. ;P
fifthcolumnblue
Just shows you can't discount any fixture. And some of these teams' fans who laughed at us when we drew with Blackburn and lost to Sunderland might want to reassess next time after some results. Newcastle next weekend is going to be a tough one for us, wait and see.
StuMCFC
Shocked with the Arsenal result, why, oh why does the "voyeur" persist with Almunia? I know it's not just his fault, the whole team must shoulder the blame, but how many times does Almoonhead have to ***** up before Wenger finally accepts he's not good enough? Perhaps a visiting Gooner would be kind enough to explain this one to me, because I can't get my head around one of the best PL managers not only playing this fella but giving him the captains armband. The Spurs result was a bit surprising too, but they did drop silly points like this last season, but ultimately done it when it mattered, time will tell if they can repeat that trick.
Bluedub
 

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