The TEN ‘Footballing Conclusions’ To Take From This 2011/12 Season

With only a handful of fixtures to go for all involved, the league campaign is winding down now and the fact this may be greeted with a huge sigh of disappointment represents the popular belief that domestic football is so much more exciting than that tactical, over-analysed tosh we are likely to see at Euro 2012 and at the London 2012 games! Since August, we have been treated to sublime strikes, venomous volleys, a series of scandals, scathing sackings and cavalier comebacks. The Premier League season has been a rollercoaster ride, and for many neutrals the 20th edition of England’s top flight has been reviewed as the best yet.

Of course, for every positive, there has been a negative but taken altogether; the English football season has had its thrills and spills, sparking a wide variety of emotions from the loyal fan bases following the twenty competing sides up and down the land, and across living rooms, friends’ houses and public houses all over the nation. Sky Sports ‘The Premier League Years’ will most probably put the following ten factors to some fast-paced dance music and have a voice-over from a veteran correspondent at some point in the near future, but I thought I would get in there first and categorise the distinct ten morals to take from this English football campaign. So without further ado, let us begin!

Click on Martin O’Neill to unveil the top 10

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What should be the moral to take for your club at the end of this campaign? Fit your suggestions into no more than 140 characters on Twitter @ http://twitter.com/Taylor_Will1989

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