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2014/15 Barclays Premier League Season


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RACE FOR TOP 4

Update: 3/20/15

 

1) Chelsea- 64 pts. - 35GD - 28 MP

2) Manchester City- 58 pts. - 31 GD - 29 MP

3) Arsenal- 57 pts. - 26 GD - 29 MP

4) ManUre- 56 pts. - 24 GD - 29 MP

5) Liverpool- 54 pts. - 13 GD - 29 MP

6) Southampton- 50 pts. - 19 GD - 29 MP

7) Tottenham- 50 pts. - 4 GD - 29 MP

 

We are just a few weeks away from the start of the 2014/15 Barclays Premier League season. Matchweek 1 kicks off August 16th. Last year's race was hotly contested until the final match day, when Manchester City won just their 4th top division title in the club's history.

 

This season promises to be just as good. The rest of the top 4 made several crucial signings and will look to bring home the Premier League trophy for themselves this season. A few other clubs outside the top 4 have made some quality moves in hopes of breaking into UCL qualification.

 

 

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Oh, well I didn't go watch the Red Devils destroy that lesser team in Denver the other day. And if you saw anyone who looked like me there its just coincidence. All us white people look alike. 

 

You have sided with the enemy.

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