Four ties, three at home, no wins and no goals: it was not the most elevated of European weeks for Premier League clubs. Tottenham aside (reversing a 1-0 away defeat in Ukraine should be well within their capabilities) it is hard to make an argument of further advance. For Manchester City, Arsenal and Swansea this looks like the end of the line. For them the European adventure is over.
But I’m not sure we should be writing the epitaphs for Premier League competitiveness just yet. Given their opponents next week, there is every chance that the two other English clubs in the Champions LeagueRead More »from A nightmare week in Europe, but English football isn’t dead yet