The champions easily dismantled struggling West Bromwich Albion, thereby securing their third consecutive Premier League clean sheet and their fourth straight win in the top flight. Surely it's not possible to emulate the heroics of last year's winning sequence, but we can dare to dream. What is more, Saturday represented a hat trick of wins twice in the same calendar year against potential banana skin opposition from the Midlands, namely victories at Leicester City and two four-nil destructions of Stoke and West Bromwich Albion, following on from away day triumphs against this triumvirate earlier in the year, in the second half of last season.
Madejski madness? A great Wolves win!
Ivybridge Wolof reports to the Molineux Way on Wolves' latest three points away from home
Ozil MotM Player Ratings v Spurs
With our recent form against Spurs/ top sides in general, and all the talk this week of a "power shift", Mike Dean and a Saturday lunchtime kick off, I won't deny that I was dreading this one. After seeing the starting eleven, however, I was lifted. Mustafi back at centre back instead of Mertesacker or Coquelin, the Alexis-Lacazette-Ozil front three, and Welbeck back on the bench. I now felt strangely confident.
Burnley 2 Swansea City 0
The Clarets picked up where they left before the international break with goals from Jack Cork and Ashley Barnes making it three straight wins in the Premier League for the first time.
The Longside Website Donation
Moneyboss meets up with representatives of Clarets in the Community.
Prediction League Game 12 - 13 catch up.
Our fight for survival in the Ladbrokes league one is certainly having it's ups and downs, I suppose it comes with having so many young players in the team that consistancy seems to be a distant dream. Last week we lost 1-0 to Alloa, this week we take the points in a healthy 2-0 win against Stranraer.
Ex-Reds feature as Norn Iron and R.o.I seek World Cup spot
Six former Manchester United players were either on the pitch, or on the bench, as Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland experienced mixed fortunes in the first-leg of their World Cup play-offs.
Barnsley 2 – 0 Birmingham
The super reds ran out convincing winners over Birmingham City at Oakwell as they moved up to 16th place in the table and seven points above the relegation zone.
Leisure Leagues Barnsley
Wednesday League Vacancy at Shafron ALC/Outwood Academy
Up date on progress so far...
United still sit second in the Premier League table although they are now 8 points behind runaway leaders Manchester City. United are level on points with Spurs and only one ahead of Chelsea who deservedly beat the Red Devils at Stamford Bridge on Sunday afternoon. United's defeat came after three consecutive wins in three different competitions. United beat Spurs in the league, Benfica in the champions league and Swansea in the league cup. So as the next international break arrives Jose's team can take stock of the situation and look forward to 11 games in the run up to Christmas. It is going to be a very busy time for all connected with the club.