City have no Chance of Regaining the Title

City have no Chance of Regaining the Title
 Guest Article by Alex Jackson
City now sit nine points behind the Red Devils and are in more danger of being caught by third-place Chelsea (seven points behind) than regaining the lead at the top. Although there are still 13 games of the season to go, the realistic chances of United surrendering such a huge gap is next to impossible.
Many fans who like football betting online may argue that United, who let an eight-point lead slip in the last few games of last season to hand City the title, could easily do so again this time around.
Well, they forget that manager Sir Alex Ferguson is in charge, the man who learns his lessons on the first time of asking, and doesn’t repeats mistakes often. Ferguson recently revealed he failed to act during United’s 4-4 draw with Everton late last season, a result and performance that opened the door for City to pinch the title.
Whereas that day United let Everton back into the game despite leading 4-2, Ferguson will guarantee they do not make that mistake again, and you can expect his side to retain leads they cleave for the remainder of the campaign.
Indeed, United are having their best Premier League season to date and this is mainly through a determination not to lose or draw – something they did not have last season.
While City stutter against Liverpool and QPR, much to the chagrin of fans betting  on football, United have won 10 of their last 13 games and – should their form continue three more weeks – will be too far ahead of Roberto Mancini’s men to catch up.
Guest Article by Alex Jackson
The Football reviews (TFR)

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Posted by on Feb 12 2013. Filed under Archive, Premier League. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0. You can leave a response or trackback to this entry

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