Last Week in Las Ligas

By Jake Appleman and Oliver Price 

Real Madrid 3 Sevilla 2

Espanyol 2 Atletico 1

Getafe 2 Betis 0

Mallorca 3 Osasuna 1

Levante 2 Nastic 0

Recreativo Huelva 0 Athletic Bilbao 0

Villareal 1 Celta Vigo 0

Barcelona 2 Real Sociedad 0

Valencia 2 Deportivo 1

So- Manchester United win the Premiership, as another team does their best to gift the Manc’s a win (this time Man City- who missed a late penalty) while Chelsea only manage a draw at Arsenal.

Liverpool and Arsenal will battle it out for third place while Spurs, Bolton and Everton look to tie up the right to get beaten by decent Spanish teams in next years Uefa Cup. Watford and Charlton are already down to the ‘championship’ next year and one of either, Wigan, West Ham or Sheffield United will be joining them.

Let’s get to the weeks games



Man City 0-1 Manchester United

Michael Ball gets egg on his face as he riles up Ronaldo by stamping on him, then brings him down in the box to concede a penalty….which the winger converts. Look for a nice ban and fine for Ball’s thuggish antics. Also talk about a crappy penalty by Darius Vassel!

Reading 0-2 Watford

West Ham 3-1 Bolton

This is why Tevez wont be at Upton Park next year

Fulham 1-0 Liverpool

Everton 3-0 Portsmouth

Newcastle 0-2 Blackburn

Wigan 0-1 Middlesbrough

Aston Villa 3-0 Sheffield United


Arsenal 1-1 Chelsea

Chelsea hand over their title after a battling display at the Emirates


Charlton 0-2 Tottenham

Bye Charlton…bye Darren Bent


Chelsea 0-0 Manchester United

The game that was supposed to be the ‘big, premiership decider’ ….or not- it meant nothing and both teams played weakened teams. But if this was anything to go by the FA Cup final will be a tempestuous affair

Highlights First half-

Highlights Second half-


Tottenham 1-1 Blackburn

Player of the Week-

Carlos Tevez- on a quest to make sure West Ham beat the drop- scored 2 this week

The return of Goal of the week

If this was deliberate from Andres Vasquez then it was pretty damn impressive


How about the top ten champs lge goals of the season (so far) to get us in the mood for the Milan- Liverpool game


How about a video of the new Arsenal goalkeeper Lukas Fabianski