It's one of the oldest clichés in the managerial lexicon: the league table doesn't lie. And there is truth in it: usually the teams at the bottom deserve to be there.
But this season, apart from poor old West Ham, sleepwalking their way to the Championship, it would be hard to make a case that any of the likely candidates for the other two relegation slots have brought it upon themselves. All of them, at one time or another, have contributed to this the most competitive Premier League since the competition's inception. All of them will believe the swing of the trap door to be the most unjustRead More »from Who’s for the drop?