The 2009/2010 Premier League Season promises to be one of the most competitive and exciting seasons we’ve ever had, after the spending-spree of Man City who have spent in excess of £90 million. In that same time United have spent only £17 million and Chelsea £20 million. Is money the answer to breaking into the top four?
Two games into the Premier League season and we have already had upsets and shocks. Tottenham, who this time last year were bottom of the league, are sitting proudly on top of the League for the first time in four years, a brilliant performance against Liverpool on the opening day of the season and merely days later a 5-1 thumping against relegation contenders Hull City with a superb hat-trick from Jermaine Defoe. Harry Redknapp has found the wining formula, could this be the year for Spurs..?
and finish 3rd, they had a great game against Everton, scoring 6. If they play with even half the ability of that game the Arsenal fans have nothing to worry about.
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