ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE: “WILL TABLES TURN ANYTIME SOON?”

THE ENGLISH PREMIER LEAGUE QUO.

With the start and kick off of the English Premier League on Saturday 16th of the action has left many of the fans in a dark corner while most of the teams are seen to outshine the giant ones.

Manchester United being one of the favorites kicked their 2014/2015 season on a lower note after they lost 2-1 to Swansea City on Saturday. The Louis van Gaal led side disappointed the home fans after being bitten on home soil a clear indication that they might have began the league on a very low note compared to their other seasons that they always begin with a bang!

Well they might have done their best but perhaps Van Gaal has to input more effort to see to it that his players don’t disappoint the fans both at home and away and more so those in other countries who t5ake time to watch the game via the “TV Branch.”

However on the other end the despite the slipping of the giants other teams began their season on a rather very high note, beating their opponents to secure top places on the table with both the Wenger driven side and Murinho led sides beat their opponents without any mercy to kick off their seasons in style.

This leaves the fans optimistic that they are really up to a great season but a question is will there come a point in the course of the season where the tables will turn for some of the teams?

This question rather remains unanswered and all that is left is for the teams to prove to their fans what they have for them in store this season.

CATCH MORE OF THESE AND MORE FOOTBALL ACTION AS THE SEASON PROPELS.

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