‘Arsenal have got no chance’ – Pundit picks his top four


With the Premier League season well underway, and Christmas fast approaching, we have seen enough of each team now to predict how things may finish up this season.

Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea all look extremely impressive, with Tottenham lurking a step behind, and Arsenal and United bringing up the rear.

Spurs have finished in the top three for three years running now, and will see continuing that trend as a success this season, after such uncertainty around the new stadium.

The 62,000 seat ground was supposed to be ready for a September 15 grand opening against Liverpool, but delays have pushed that date back further and further.

Tottenham also became the first Premier League club ever to not make a single summer signing in the transfer window this year.

Despite this, they still look a good way above the likes of Arsenal and United, with Spurs getting stronger with every game.

Once they get their star players back from injury, they should be looking at challenging those above them in the table, rather than looking over their shoulders.

With Liverpool and City looking nailed on, former Spurs man and pundit Danny Murphy revealed who else would make the top four.

He told Alan Brazil’s Sports Breakfast: “I think it will be Chelsea and Tottenham (making up the third and fourth spot). I would have had Manchester United, I did have United at the beginning of the season, but the way I saw them play against West Ham and Brighton I think there’s problems.

“Arsenal have got no chance.”

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  1. Murphy the wise sage.ha ha ha! Another bitter twisted mickey mouser.ffs surely you can do better than this?

  2. Alan Brazil
    Who is Alan Brazil?
    Had to look him up – some 19th century dinosaur.
    I am sure Emery and Arsenal could not give a toss about some fat diabetic coma waiting to happen thinks…


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