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Day: December 3, 2007

The End Of The Weekend

Arsenal, Liverpool, Manchester United and Chelsea all won over the course of the weekend. Derby lost. Spurs conceded a goal in the last minute and lost at home. Newcastle lost. Business, then, as usual in the all-singing, all-dancing Premier League this weekend. Alex McLeish must be wondering what all the fuss is about, having started his time at Birmingham City with a 3-2 win at White Hart Lane against Spurs, who had Robbie Keane sent off. Meanwhile, Sunderland required a last minute goal to see off Derby County at the Stadium of Light, all of which breathes further life into the ever-growing belief that Sunderland are actually no better than Derby this season. In the Championship, just when it looked as if Watford might actually be in danger of opening up a decent lead at the top of the table, they’ve thrown away much of their hard work with two home defeats in in five days. Burnley and Bristol Rovers have been the lucky beneficiaries of their recent slump in form. West Bromwich Albion would have gone top of the table had they seen off Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park, but Neil Warnock’s team managed to hold them to a draw. Wolves beat Preston North End at Molineux to keep the pressure on but even now there are just ten points between Watford at the top and Southampton in...

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Tonight’s Baker & Kelly

Something to depress you and something to cheer you up this evening. First up, some of you may remember when we had a look at what was going on at Aylesbury United earlier in the year. Well, they’re still homeless and this is what their former home, Buckingham Road, looks like now. Sorry stuff. On a slightly happier note, here’s the latest edition of Baker & Kelly from...

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