zuricity wrote: Nigels Tackle wrote: zuricity wrote:
Nigels Tackle wrote:Compared to this point last season, Manchester City are down 11 points and two places.
To repeat the 100-point achievement of 2017/18, City would have to win every game for the rest of the season
Oh dear oh dear .
Each new season brings with it new opportunities, new options and new team constellations.
Given that we all would like City to win the league again this season.
It is not necessary to get 100 points . it is only necessary to have one more point or a better goal difference than the team in second place.
Don't forget these points when crapping on about the 100 point mark.
100 points will not be needed to win the league this season.
crikey, i had you down as a being tad sharper than moron64
Well you certainly aren't coming over as being bright , simply abusive and full of insults when people attempt to put some rational thought into pointless information and statistics you deem somehow relevant to share here.
We still are involved in four competitions , scouse in three. A very heavy program and schedule ahead and you think it is relevant to crap on about 100 points and attaining it . ! really ? it does not matter. Bettering the opposition by just one point will do in the PL.
The 100 point total is an interesting one. The first time it's ever been done and some people expect it to be done every season? The fact it took is until added time in the very last game shows just how hard it is to achieve yet certain elements state we need to do it continuously to be regarded as one of the best teams.
And winning back to back league titles, this is another spouted by the Rag hoards. How difficult has it been for teams to retain the title lately or, should I say, since the Rags went backward? We now know that the PL want a different team winning it each season as long as their chosen teams are competing (courtesy of Scudamore, Gill et al). Who's to say that the league isn't designed like that nowadays, especially as many now know that the PL also have their own officials, since splitting from the FA?