So another Premier League weekend is in the books and you know what that means? It is time to overreact!
Arsenal 1-0 Tottenham
So remember two weeks ago when Arsene Wenger HAD TO GO? Of course you don't, two weeks is a lifetime in the overreaction theatre.
Wenger is and will always be a genius. A true leader in a world of pretender midgets spending cash for the headlines. COYG
— Jorian (@jorianm) September 1, 2013
The best thing was fans displaying "In Wenger We Trust" banner after the game. He'l bring the glory days & will give us some golden moments. — Sir Jenkinson (@theEpicGooner) September 1, 2013
If Flamini had cost Arsenal £17m everyone would have said what a genius buy it was by Wenger.
— Bruce Millington (@brucemillington) September 1, 2013
Meanwhile, Tottenham lose 1-0 after spending over £100m – which can mean only one thing – time to spend EVEN MORE.
Liverpool are the only team with a 100 per cent record…you know what is coming next right?
— Dan Dogg (@Real_Dan_Larkin) September 1, 2013
No sign of Joe Allen or Fabio Borini in the Liverpool side on Sunday which suggests Liverpool decision to start 'signing by committee' is working but no harm in Rodgers taking all the credit.
As for Manchester United…well…anyone else thing this sounds a bit cultish?
Retweet if you're a true Man United fan and you'll stand by David Moyes no matter what. You should all know he won't let us down! #MUFC
— ManchesterUnitedFC (@welove_MUFC) September 1, 2013
While at the club's in-house channel it is certainly a case of 'keep calm and carry on'
The Premier League – the best league in the world!
— Premier League (@premierleague) August 31, 2013
Dark forces at work in this tweet as Premier League teams fail to smash it!
1 complete hour without a goal. has the money filled this lge with fear? — Richard Keys (@richardajkeys) August 31, 2013
*Guy from other sport weighs in about football klaxon*
Loved Di Canio as a player but i am afraid as a manager he is useless.... You can't come out and criticise your players like that ..
— Michael Vaughan (@MichaelVaughan) August 31, 2013
This seems like a logical next step….
I wonder if Di Canio will smash up his house and steal stuff from Sunderland when he gets sacked?....
— Paul Darlaston (@DarloSTFC) August 31, 2013
Not a good day on Twitter for the mad Italian.
Di Canio is quite easily the worst manager I have ever seen. — Jack Potter (@Jack_Potter18) August 31, 2013
One of the best things about getting promoted to the Premier League is seeing your team on Match of the Day – or so you would think…
Di Canio is quite easily the worst manager I have ever seen.
— Jack Potter (@Jack_Potter18) August 31, 2013
It's time for the weekly 'Franny Jeffers award for overhyped young English player' and step aside Ross Barkley because we have a new champion
Here's a prediction for you: this time next year Nathan Redmond will play for someone else and will have featured for England in't World Cup — Declan Taylor (@DeclanTaylor87) August 31, 2013
Meanwhile, Manchester City's opening day win over Newcastle would already appear to be a distant memory
@ForcedErrors :) City look like Liverpool of the last 20 years. Clueless when it comes to breaking down rubbish teams
— Dasco_is_a_nono (@Dasco_is_a_nono) August 31, 2013
While if only Hull City one of the best players in the world they would be…well better.
If hull had a persie-like figure upfront they could easily finish in the top 10 man — Shaz Jamal (@ShazGokku) August 31, 2013
But here is a little bit of optimism to finish things off.
Omfg hull city is AMAZING
— sup (@darth0) August 31, 2013
Best league in the world indeed!