The Premiership’s Early Door’s Snipits

The Foxes (critics) began to swoop on Leicester City’s manager Claude Puel, installed as the first candidate in the manager’s sack race, to be briefly followed with Jose Mourinho.

Over at neighbours Manchester City, the blowing of one’s trumpet became prevalent in celebration of the Blue Mooners’ ten year ownership, come success rate. City have now begun to make a profit, the figure stated, 10 million pounds! A peanut figure in today’s football parlance. But credit must go to the owners for bringing City in to the 21st Century. The club’s claim to academy success is a falsehood, only Phil Foden treads the success board.

On Merseyside, Westham’s defeat of Everton Shifted the spotlight to manager Marco Silva, whose team have missed out on five home points v Huddersfield and of course v the Hammers.
Bournemouth’s early surge in form, highlights Eddie Howe’s credentials for a bigger club managerial position. The previous incumbent being mentioned in the same parlance was Burnley’s Sean Dyche. The fixture congestion of the much criticised Europa League has lead to early season fatigue? A lack of high intensity pressure on the opponent is lacking in the Claret’s play.

Up the ante from Liverpool’s Salah To Chealsea’s new man Sarri, as they install early season form for the title pretenders!