MANCHESTER UNITED ALREADY ODDS ON WINNING THE PREMIER LEAGUE

Tuesday, August 20, 2013

The 2013/14 Premier League season is officially underway and the first round of football got off to a flyer with reigning champions Manchester United opening their campaign with a 4-1 win over Swansea.

Chelsea, Liverpool, Tottenham and Manchester City also registered their opening week with a win but the ultimate shocker was provided by Arsenal who slumped to a 3-1 home defeat to Aston Villa. Disgruntled Gunners fans vented out their frustration towards Arsene Wenger and the club administration.
So what does this all mean? The beautiful game of football is back!
Games are coming in thick and fast in the Premier League and the opening day fixtures has set the tone for the rest of the season. So who do you think will win the 2013/14 Premier League season?
Faithful fans will hope and pray that their favourite teams will do well for the coming season while online premier league betting has its own take on the matter.
The biggest clubs in the Premier League have started brightly except for Arsenal. However it is still very early in the season to decide who will eventually be crowned the champions of English football.
There are many new faces in the Premier League this season and some appear to be an absolute gem of a signing for their respective clubs. However reigning champions Manchester United have yet to make a significant signing.
Senior Manchester United players like Ryan Giggs, Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand believes that the current squad is strong enough to retain the Premier League title under new manager David Moyes.
The transfer window is still open and there is still time for clubs to strengthen their squad as they prepare for a grueling 2013/14 football season.
Whatever the case may be, the odds are on Manchester United to retain their Premier League crown but Chelsea and Manchester City will say otherwise.
Can Manchester United retain their Premier League title? Many wouldn’t bet against it but the Premier League season is long and grueling and the pressure is on United to deliver the goods.
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