Saturday, May 11, 2013

Premier League Contest - Match 37

We be awarding the trophy this weekend. Well, not on this contest, that seems to be going down to the wire.
But in the Premier League, Machester United is playing their last home game of the season, so the trophy, medals, etc, will be awarded on the pitch after their game with Swansea. There will also be a tribute to retiring manager, Sir Alex Ferguson.

I know it's the World Cup.... I'm on a deadline here and couldn't find a good one of the league trophy.
I'm sure you'll forgive me. Most of you probably wouldn't have noticed. Trophy? What trophy?Where?

Anyways.

Let's check the table and see how the qualifications for Champions League is going, as well as Wigan trying to avoid the drop.

ClubPldPts
Man Utd 3685
Man City 3675
Chelsea 3669
Arsenal 3667
Tottenham 3666
Everton 3660
Liverpool 3655
West Brom 3648
Swansea 3646
West Ham 3643
Stoke 3641
Fulham 3640
Aston Villa 3640
Southampton 3639
Sunderland 3638
Norwich 3638
Newcastle 3638
Wigan 3635
Reading 3628
QPR 3625

City in purple is confirmed for Champions League.
Light blue is the fight. Three clubs for two spots. However all these clubs are locked in for Europa League.
Dark blue, well, there's always next season.
Yellow, don't relax, one slip and it's the drop for you.
Red, forget it, you're dead.

Games are Saturday, Sunday, and Tuesday. So please post your comment by Wednesday lunch at the latest.

Go United!

5 comments:

Commishbob said...

Bittersweet 2-1 win for Man U over Swansea today. Last home match for Sir Alex.

Chicharito and Ferdinand scored for Man U.

I forgot and I don't really care who scored for Swansea, sorry.

Richard Nebe Jr. said...

Be back tomorrow with my report as Reading does not play Man City until the 14th...

brick said...

who's gonna be the next man city manager?

dayf said...

RIP Wigan.
4-1.

Cause of Death:
Podolski, Walcott, Ramsey and Podolski again.

(Podolski doesn't like Wigan)

Richard Nebe Jr. said...

Reading lost their last home game of the season 0-2 to Manchester City. Sergio Aguero scores the first goal of the game, shooting past Sean Morrison. Edin Dzeko scores the second goal for Man City, Alex McCarthy was the goalkeeper for Reading.