Top 10 conclusions Premier League weekend 17-18 October

Posted by - October 19, 2009 - Conclusions, Lists, Premier League

1. OTP thought the most controversial ‘outside agents’ in the Premier League this weekend would be Harry Redknapp’s security team. Little did we know…

2. Pepe Reina should probably have tried to save the match ball rather than the beach ball.

3. Unbeatable Chelsea suddenly look a bit wobbly.

4. Tweeting can defeat the Big Four! Just ask @DBTheTruth and @jamescollins29, who scored winners for Sunderland and Aston Villa respectively.

5. Jermain Defoe had an eventful day at the Portenham Hotsmouth Player Exchange Convention. He grabbed the winner, but also picked up a red card for a petulant stamp. We are still awaiting confirmation that all the players and staff involved are still at the same club as they were at the start of the match.

6. John Terry is probably not overly pleased with Chelsea’s defensive frailties judging by his tantrum after James Collins’ goal.

7. Poor old Matthew Upson. Kicked in the eye by Ryan Shawcross and then unceremoniously punched in the very same eye by Robert Huth.

8. Brian Jensen’s performance was… erm, interesting. Like a tubby. goalkeeping Dider Drogba throwing himself to the ground whenever anyone came near him.

9. Arsenal looked a bit hopeless after their double Manchester defeats, but with a game in hand and their rivals handing out points like there is no tomorrow it suddenly doesn’t look so bleak.

10. I would not like to be the Liverpool fan who threw the beach ball today! Actually, I wouldn’t like to be his non-blurred out mates!

  • http://www.crazy4footie.info Tanuj Lakhina

    QUOUTE Tweeting can defeat the Big Four! Just ask @DBTheTruth and @jamescollins29, who scored winners against Sunderland and Aston Villa respectively. UNQUOTE

    You mean FOR Sunderland and Aston Villa respectively.

    QUOTE I would not like to be the Liverpool fan who through the beach ball today! UNQOUTE

    THROUGH the beach ball?

    Sorry had to point them out. Great footballing weekend. “Big four” not so comfortable winners anymore.

  • http://www.offthepost.info Rob Parker

    Apologies – it was late!

    I’d also like to make an amendment to number 5: it now seems that Giovani Dos Santos is set to move from Spurs to Pompey.

  • Tanuj Lakhina

    Even I spelt quote incorrectly lol.. I think he made a mistake in leaving Barcelona, now atleast he would get first team action. Hopefully.