Sunday, 23 August 2009


Do you believe that difficulties off the pitch affecting a member of the team impact upon team performance?

Whilst I recognise there is potential there for blaming poor performance on such events, I have seen enough examples to believe the theory has some validity.

For example, remember how the Arse flew out of the stocks at the beginning of the 07/08 and were heading in the right direction to win the Prem, then it all fell apart after that awful injury to Eduardo?

Everton seem to be struggling to find their form with the threat to poach Lescott still ongoing. And I note there are currently 1 - 0 down to Burnley as I post.

No surprise then that West Ham lost to Tottenham today in the light of the attack on Calum Davenport. Latest indication is that he might lose a leg. You can't help thinking there must be quite a story behind all that but at this time I am sure we all wish him a speedy recovery.

On a more positive note, Leicester seem to have their focus firmly where it should be. Illustrated by Matty Fryatt's beautiful goal yesterday against Barnsley. Accompanied by the new celebration to the sound of Kasabian.


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