End Of Season Report: How Would You Grade Your Club?

By on May 26, 2011

And just like that we’re done with another Premier League season. It seems only yesterday that Manchester United were dropping points at Everton, Spurs were thrashing Inter Milan and Arsenal were dreaming of the quadruple. Here are our report cards:

Manchester United:

A record nineteenth title to go with third Champions League final in four years is a fairly impressive achievement by any standards. Only concern would be terrible away form. Grade: A

Chelsea:

Oh what could have been were it not for that staggeringly long poor spell in the middle of the year. Squad renewal is a must along with an improvement in European performance. Oh, and a new manager! Grade: B

Arsenal:

Need more mental strength. Too many passengers in the side and the defensive frailty is beyond a joke. So close to being a title winning side and only have themselves to blame for trophy less season. Grade: C

Tottenham Hotspur:

Hard to picture any club having more of a Jekyll and Hyde season. A wonderful first four months won plaudits all over Europe while a limp and frankly pathetic effort in the run-in cost them Champions League football. Grade: C+

Liverpool:

The polar opposite of Spurs. The purchase of Suarez looks very, very astute. Could well regain their top four place next year if they start the season well. The feel good factor is back at Anfield. Grade: B-

Do you agree with our grades, how would you grade your club?

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2 Comments

  1. tony

    May 27, 2011 at 9:29 am

    spurs i would give a 7/10.they relied on vdv in the early part of the season to gain points .the sorry end of season ,when every basement dweller had a great chance of 3pts against us.the forwards are contenders for the worst attack at spurs for 50 years.things can only get better.they cant get worse.

  2. chris

    May 28, 2011 at 12:53 am

    chelsea should look for hiddink or they should forget anything about coach.

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