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Man City eye Premier League history as Arsenal dare to dream

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By Kieran CANNING

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Go Man City.

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Wish City and Arsenal were away and playing sides who had something crucial to play for. West Ham will finish 9th regardless of the result and Everton will finish 16th or 17th.

Freak results always possible but the lack of edge makes it less likely.

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Man City will win the title for a fourth successive time which has never been achieved before.

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Man City will win the title for a fourth successive time which has never been achieved before

Looks like.

I know some people think the only way this dominance will end is when Guardiola leaves or if City are heavily punished for allegedly breaking finance rules.

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But the Catalan coach has hit back at suggestions the Premier League has become boring and that City's dominance is thanks purely to the financial muscle of their Abu Dhabi-based owners.

What a great thing to have all these foreign owners in this league. It has truly upped the marketability of the league. And most of the players are foreigners too.

Looking forward to seeing them play matches in the US.

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Liverpool seemed to bottle it (choke) in the end. Pity for Klippety.

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Final Day of the Season. Who is "Klippety?"

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The Anfield fans have decorated the outside of their houses with Klopp images and banners. There are already several large murals of Klopp on houses which will remain long after Klopp departs.

https://registropop.com/2024/05/the-real-jurgen-klopp-part-3-the-one-man-brand/

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Klippety Klopp: The sound of a horse's hoofs hitting on a hard surface.

Wait, isn't "bottling" the narrative when a team is competitive till near the end and then drops off unable to handle the pressure? I think we heard that a lot last year.

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The world's best football league has arrived at its business end. Gunners and Citizens have mesmerized their opponents across England. Their consistency has brought them thus far. All the best to Mikel Arteta, Pep Guardiola, their footballers, and fans.

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Liverpool suffered too many serious injuries to the senior players.

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I know some people think the only way this dominance will end is when Guardiola leaves or if City are heavily punished for allegedly breaking finance rules.

Hard to see it any other way unfortunately.

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Money talks. It’s pretty dismal these days compared to times past, what a shame.

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Liverpool suffered too many serious injuries to the senior players.

Mustn't make excuses for an inferior team that did not get the support from its fans this year.

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Liverpool suffered too many serious injuries to the senior players.

Mustn't make excuses for an inferior team that did not get the support from its fans this year.

You seem to know little about Liverpool or the fans. We finished third and we have a place next year in the European Championship.

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Liverpool suffered too many serious injuries to the senior players.

Yet, Arsenal's form dropped precipitously when Saliba was injured last year and yet the narrative was of choking. This year Saliba didn't miss a minute and Arsenal were competitive until the end.

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