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PostSubject: how poor has this season really been   Wed Nov 27, 2013 8:45 pm

Everton - an entertaining game against a very good team and a creditable draw
Hull - a poor performance against an unknown quantity
Tottenham - missed this game, but wasn't it a better performance than Hull?
Southampton - a win against a very strong team on form
Villa - a narrow loss, not great, but could easily have won it
Stoke - any complaints at an away win?
Chelsea - A difficult match by any standards.
Arsenal away - again a top team in form
Cardiff - a much improved attacking performance. Not too many complaints, a bit of luck needed.
ManCity - a big loss, but put into perspective by Spurs losing there by 6 also
West Ham - a good response by everyone in the second half.
Newcastle - narrow loss, not great maybe, but stayed in the match.

Imo -
One really poor performance - Hull
Three uninspiring matches - Tott, Villa, Newcastle.
Three very difficult matches - Chelsea MC and Arsnl
Five good performances - Southampton, Everton, Stoke, Cardiff, West Ham (are you telling me the second half and result weren't good?)

So, taking into consideration all factors, has it really been so poor?
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