FOUR Reasons We Can't Wait For The Return Of Premier League. TrendyVoice

14 October 2015

FOUR Reasons We Can't Wait For The Return Of Premier League.

Following the trills of the past matches at premiership I must say we can't wait for the return of these teams. Here are the FOUR good reasons we have for this:
1) Will Chelsea malaise go on?
The Blues face a home date with struggling Aston
Villa this weekend. What could possibly go wrong? Will Chelsea arrest their slide under Mourinho? If they say a week is a long time in politics, then a
fortnight in football must have been agonising for Jose Mourinho and his Chelsea players. Battered,
bruised and very much beaten in their last clash
against Southampton, the Blues have made their
worst start to a season since 1978/79 – when they
were relegated from the old First Division.
But surely their malaise cannot go on? Surely Mourinho will have spent the week working on his defensive system and tweaking his tactics (?) – especially in light of Ronald Koeman's criticism of
them recently.
2) What will Jurgen Klopp's first match in charge of Liverpool look like?
Let's face it, the sacking of Brendan Rodgers and subsequent appointment of Jurgen Klopp at Liverpool have saved what otherwise would have been a pretty tedious fortnight.
But after the hullabaloo and eternal optimism that greats any new appointment at Liverpool, there comes a sudden and immediate reality check: Premier League football. Klopp's reign at Liverpool gets underway with a testing trip to face Tottenham at White Hart Lane – and that's easily the match that is most whetting our appetite this weekend.
3) Can Arsenal continue where they left off?
Their performance against Manchester United – well,
the first 20 minutes at least – was probably the best
we've seen in the Premier League this season. One of those afternoons, where everything you attempt comes off. Manchester United, top-of-the-table before the last
round of fixtures began, were simply blown away by the likes of Alexis Sanchez and Theo Walcott. And you imagine if these two can stay injury-free, and at the very top of their games, then Arsenal will never have a better chance to win a first Premier League
title since 2004.
4) Will Leicester and Palace continue to upset the odds?
Both sides have made superb starts to the season,
but is it too much to ask for them to sustain it over a
season and make a prolonged challenge for the European spots? Having seen both sides this season, you'd argue both look capable of doing so.
Leicester have everything you'd want from a modern-
day Premier League side: pace, strength, versatility –
but do they have the other vital
ingredient: durability?

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