Found November 06, 2012 on Soccerlens:
Manchester United will only improve from here onwards - originally posted on Soccerlens.comManchester United had a tough round of fixtures off-late in the Premier League. In their last six matches they have faced Liverpool, Tottenham, Newcastle United, Stoke City, Chelsea and Arsenal. But to the delight of Alex Ferguson, his team has managed to earn 15 out of those 18 available points. The 3-2 loss to Spurs was the only blip in an otherwise fantastic run of results, which now sees them placed at the top of the league. It is still very tight at the top with only two points separating the three title contenders – Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City. But City are not displaying the kind of form they displayed at the start of last season; although they remain undefeated side in the league, they have drawn too many games (4 out of 10). Chelsea came out all guns blazing, but after the defeat to United, they have now dropped points against Swansea as well. The London team has ...
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