Date: 30th December 2011 at 12:30pm
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Manchester City

2011 could not have been much better. An FA Cup trophy and Champions League football is more than enough looking at the history of Man City.

2012? Long life for Sheikh Mansour who’s inconceivable splashing of multimillion pounds has brought them this far. A repeat of 2011, with the addition of the Premier League trophy and further victories over United will be on the wish list of most

No excuses in 2012 either Roberto! An average of about 95 million pounds worth of players on the bench every week makes you more than capable of seeing City through all sets of fixtures.

Manchester United

At least 2012 will be devoid of dejection at the hands of Barcelona, wait there is still the Super Cup.

Anyway, retaining the Premier League, winning the FA Cup, Europa League, Super Cup and the Community Shield will be sufficient for a club as big as Manchester United.

And as for the ‘noisy neighbors’, revenge is also very much on the cards starting from our first meeting on 8th January in the FA Cup. He who laughs last…

Tottenham Hotspur

As England seeks to sort their managerial problems after Euro 2012, nothing will amuse me more than to see Harry Redknapp ignored for that job. A top four finish and a finish above Arsenal will see a £3k donation to charity from Jack Wilshere’s and that can only be a good thing?

Is Luka Modric staying at White Hart Lane? We’ll take his word for it!


16.67 million pounds per Premier League goal? Money is no problem for Chelsea but goals from Fernando Torres surely is.

20+ goals from Torres in 2012 will be a good start to repaying some of that £50m back. Having already been ruled out of the Premiership by AVB, a Champions League and FA Cup double will be eyed, even if it is unlikely.

Speaking of AVB, he seems very interested in axing, but watch out AVB because Rom is an expert in that.


Seven years and counting. The reintroduction of Thierry Henry will boost morale amongst fans and players but there is no guarantee that Wenger’s little experiment will work out.

They are behind North London rivals Spurs and will want to get back ahead before May and restore order in that neck of the woods and if Robin Van Persie can stay fit, there is a better chance of this happening!


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