All Change? Who Knows.

1 Leave a comment on verse 1 0 The Arsenal out-played at their very own game
At The Bridge we breathe sighs of relief
On the box QPR’s new man in the frame
Showed no fear from The Toon, to his team.

2 Leave a comment on verse 2 0 Spurs couldn’t win the home banker
They needed to climb to the top
Liverpool it seems are drawing too many,
Whilst United text Scholes down the shops.

3 Leave a comment on verse 3 0 City look fragile, it has to be said
With the engine room kinda shut down
Is our monarchy waning, could one day we be heading
To a commoner laying claim to the crown?



Interesting week-end, with yesterday’s two wonderful games keeping us on the edge of our seats right till the end of it, it also showed what a fine crop of exciting managers, with interesting new ideas on how the game should be played by their teams, we have here in The Prem at the moment.

Alan Pardew is included in the above line-up, despite quite obviously watching a different match to me, at Asda, judging by his somewhat tongue in cheek post match comments, as I thought a plucky QPR were quite simply all over The Toon and really unlucky to be beaten, there at the death.

But hey what do I know? Why even whining Wenger put his hands up and admitted his team were well beaten. As indeed they were. So all is not lost. Ah well as The Jock on the Box often says: “Football? It’s all about opinions”.

Carefree……we’re off to Battersea.

Go well and be lucky.



Source: http://footballpoets.org/poems/all-change-who-knows/