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One of the biggest talking points throughout any season, in any league, is which manager is leaving their club.
Oh Arsenal fans, it looks like your week is just about to get worse.
After Sunday’s 4-0 thrashing of Arsenal, much of the post-match analysis primarily focused on the inept, incompetent and quite frankly indefencible performance of the Gunners and yet more should be spoken of the brilliance of Liverpool.
It was honours even at the Hawthorns as Peter Crouch’s late strike was enough to cancel out Jay Rodriguez’s earlier effort in a feisty match where little separated both teams.
Tottenham endured another frustrating day at Wembley as they struggle to adapt to life away from White Hart Lane. It looked like they were on for the victory until Chris Wood equalised in the 92nd minute on his debut for Burnley.
Ronald Koeman went into this game hoping for a better result than last season at Stamford Bridge, where he suffered his worst managerial defeat in the form of a 6-0 score line.
Three points, three goals and the sun shone on Rafa Benitez and his side as the doom and gloom that engulfed Gallowgate lifted on Saturday.
Huddersfield once again gave an admirable performance in this well-matched game; looking like a genuine Premier League side, despite picking up just the one point instead of three this time out. Southampton put in an excellent defensive effort themselves which resulted in the game ending goalless.