What has been the biggest shock of the Season 2011/2012
The 8-2 result where Man U schooled Arsenal
The 6-1 result where Man City gave their inner city rivals a taste of their own medicine
The 5-3 thriller between Arsenal and Chelsea where a Robin Van Persie hat-trick stole the show and won it for the gunners.
The diving antics and allegations
Torres missing the open goal?
Have your say!!
by Stan's Stats6 years ago
All season ive thought it would be Man City's, and I still do actually despite their inconsitencies. However theres a small voice creeping into my head that Liverpool might just worm their way in there again....
by theiconmurphy5 years ago
Just got beat in his first loss at home since 2002. Doesn't get on with the fans, comes out week after week saying how much he loves the English league, but will he be back for the 11-12 season? And if so, which club?
by mtalbot29875 years ago
The English Premier league or EPL as it's known world wide is about to start for the 2011/2012 season. Last year was one of the most open leagues there has been since the inception of the premiership. With another wide...
by Esquae5 years ago
The 2010/2011 season has been a rollercoaster at the bottom and the top of the English Premier League. With 8 points seperating the bottom 12 teams and 5 games left to play, this season looks like going down to the...
by Donnacha C5 years ago
So West Ham is now relegated and Avram Grant has been sacked....he has been with a couple of different teams with modest success to say the least. He doesn`t seem to be the most enthusiastic or charismatic manager ever,...
by TravelMonkey8 years ago
Does anyone think Manchester city will become the new Chelsea and start dominating the Prem League?I'm not sure they will, they might break into the top 4, replacing Liverpool but the top teams already have solid...
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