Posted on May 18, 2017
Posted on May 14, 2017
Congrats to Chelsea who finally win the league; Arsenal’s top four hopes are all but dashed; United lose to Spurs, but who cares seeing as though they’re going to the Pride Cup final in Sweden!
Posted on May 11, 2017
The last European fixture at the Vicente Calderon ends in agony for Atletico Madrid; Arsenal keep their top four hopes alive; Paul continues to plan for his gymnastic camp.
A b-side Manchester United finally lose to Arsenal after going 25 games unbeaten; Chelsea basically win the league with Tottenham’s screw up against West Ham; Mike returns to take back his hosting duties after being kidnapped by Juan Pablo.
Chelsea all but secure the title with a resilient win over Everton while inactive Liverpool are arguably the big winners of the weekend with United and City scraping together a measly two points between them, and Arsenal probing new lows in their predictable capitulation at White Hart Lane (It’s at least as bad as Bayern Munich, right?). At least I don’t have this horrendous tattoo
Christian Eriksen mega-strike sinks stubborn Eagles to keep pace with Chelsea who have a jolly good time at Stamford Bridge: John Terry logs minutes to a standing ovation, Fabregas moves past Lampard into 2nd for Premier League assists, and Costa breaks 5-game goal scoring drought. Meanwhile, Sanchez does his best Rivaldo impression following Fuchs’ late throw-in, Joey Barton faces an 18-month suspension for sports betting, and Mike is subjected to torture.
Posted on April 24, 2017
Sir Ben and Paul talk FA Cup results, Liverpool’s capitulation to Big Sam’s Crystal Palace, Jagielka’s noggin getting rocked, and Adam Johnson’s prison shenanigans. Meanwhile, Mike is MIA in Mexico City, possibly deceased or worse.
Posted on April 20, 2017
John Terry calls it a day at Chelsea (we’ve got a super cool tune for this part of the show); Barca leaves the Champions League with a whimper; the dream is over for Leicester City, so where do they go from here?
Chelsea fail to get a single shot on net against a dominant Manchester United; Liverpool pull off a big 1-0 against West Brom; Paul still thinks Arsenal can make the top four.