The former England defender, Jamie Carragher, reckons that the chances of Chelsea going to claim the Premier League title again seem to be absolutely zero at this stage and rather than aiming for the title, the Blues should now be looking to try and make sure they don’t end up finishing the season outside top 4.

Chelsea slipped down to no. 16 in points table last weekend after suffering another defeat, at the hands of Southampton this time around. It was the fourth time that the reigning champions lost in the top tier in the ongoing season. However, some have still not counted them out of the title race considering the quality that is there in their squad.

Michael Owen confident on Crystal Palace

Former striker Michael Owen believes that Crystal Palace have the ability to take something out of the game against Tottenham at White Hart Lane on Sunday. Alan Pardew’s team come on the back of an impressive away form, while Spurs have been very disappointing at home so far.

Mauricio Pochettino’s men have failed to win at home this season, but the game against Crystal Palace is likely to see them build on the win over Sunderland in the last league outing. It finally ended a run of three consecutive draws at the start of the campaign.


Charlie Nicholas reckons the formation used by the Manchester United management is not doing Wayne Rooney any good and it’s only because of that, the star player has been suffering goal drought for some time.

Rooney’s last strike for the Red Devils came in the first week of April.

It has not happened that often in Rooney’s career that he has gone through such a long period without netting especially while playing in the position of the main forward.

Michael Owen has classified Louis van Gaal’s first season at Manchester United

Michael Owen has classified Louis van Gaal’s first season at Manchester United as a disappointing one, as he felt that the club lacked the identity that they have always been known for.

After having been experienced to Sir Alex Ferguson for more than 25 years, United are known to play attractive football while they could also be defensive when the situation needed to be. Under Van Gaal, fans got to see very little attacking football and it was only during the last few matches of the season that things really improved. Owen played at United for a few years under Ferguson.

Michael Owen is certain that Sterling is a better player than Ozil

It’s almost been 2 years since Michael Owen confirmed his desire to hang up his boots and initiate a career outside of the outside of the pitch as a television pundit where he gives news concerning events in the world of football as well as express his opinions.

Michael Owen is someone who isn’t afraid to express his ideas and points of view. One of the latest opinions that the Englishman has revealed to the public is that he believes that Raheem Sterling is a better player than MesutOzil.

Michael Owen expects Club to win FA Cup

Former Manchester United striker Michael Owen expects the Red Devils to go through in the FA Cup after a victory against archrivals Arsenal.

The gunners will be the visitors to Old Trafford, but they come into the match as the defending champions of the FA Cup. Unlike in the past few seasons, Arsenal are perfectly placed to beat United. Despite having gone on an impressive run of form in 2015, Louis Van Gaal will be aware that his team is far from perfect. The crucial psychological edge of not having suffered a defeat against Arsenal since 2006 may help United.

Carlos Vela played after 3 Years at International Stage

Carlos Vela turned up for his national side Mexico the other day in the game versus Netherlands and found the back of the net a couple of times for the El Tri to help them win by 3-2.

It was Vela’s first game at the international stage in the last 3 years. The Mexican association had been trying to get him in the thick of things for a long time, but, he was not interested.

The striker had even been selected in the World Cup team of Mexico, but, he withdrew his name. If he had been there in Brazil, who knows where Mexico might have finished?

Van Gaal Shocked By Lack Of PErformance Against Swansea

Louis van Gaal suffered a major setback in his first match as the Manchester United manager after his team were defeated 2-1 by Swansea. The fact that this match was at Old Trafford only made things worse, as United were focusing on rediscovering their strength at home. Under David Moyes last season, the club lost an incredible seven matches at home with many unfancied teams like West Brom and Aston Villa getting results here. United came on the back of an impressive pre-season during which they failed to win only one match.

Michael Owen Claims Liverpool needs More Players

Former Liverpool striker Michael Owen has claimed that the Reds may have to bring in more players in order to compete for the Premier League title in the coming season. Liverpool finished second in the table last campaign and came very close to winning the league title for the first time in more than 20 years. However, they fell at the final hurdle and allowed Manchester City to lift their second league title. Spurred on by the success, Liverpool have spent a lot of money in improving the squad over the summer.


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