It is that time when Barcelona teach the rest of Europe how to play football! There is no denying that Barcelona are the greatest team in Europe. However will this season see someone take there crown. Are Guardiola’s men unstoppable?
Manchester United have got their Premiership campaign off to a flying start – despite looking rather, dare I say average! Ferguson’s men will no doubt be looking to win their fairly easy group and avoid any nasty early exits. The appointment of AVB at Chelsea , raised many eyebrows (too young, not enough experience) however Chelsea seem to finally be finding their rhythm and playing as a team again. United and Chelsea could well make it to the quarter final stages.
For the neutral, it will be interesting to watch how Manchester City progress, its hard to imagine City not being in the top three in the Premiership this season. The recent run of big wins, the signing of Nasri and the unstoppable force of Aguero. Arsenal’s league performance has been open to much criticism is the team too young? How to replace Fabregas and Nasri- though Arteta is an undeniable talent, with little Champions League experience is he ready to face Europe’s Big Boys.
Will an English team lift the trophy in May? Can anyone stop the dominance of Barcelona in European football?
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