As the summer season approaches the football season once again comes to an end.
Currently all but the most optimistic Chelsea and Arsenal Fans believe Manchester United will win the Premiership Race; they may have some consolation in the fact that they are almost certainly going to qualify for next season’s Champions’ League.
The battle for fourth spot and the final Champions’ League place is currently a three horse race between Manchester City, Tottenham and despite their worst start to a season in living memory, a rejuvenated Liverpool.
The bottom of the League couldn’t be tighter only 9 points separate the bottom 10 teams, currently Newcastle, Sunderland and Aston Villa who are all currently on 41 points should be safe as should West Brom with 40 points. Birmingham, Blackburn and Blackpool and are nervously hovering above the drop zone. All is not lost for the bottom three teams Wigan, Wolves and West Ham, a good run in their last few games could prevent any of them from avoiding relegation.
Man United many man not be the only team taking silverware back to Manchester, their arch rivals Man City famously knocked them out of the FA Cup in the Semi Finals to earn themselves place at the Wembley Final against Stoke taking place on Saturday 14th May..
Both the Rembrandt Hotel in South Kensington and the Bull Hotel in Gerrards Cross are excellently situated for those going to the match.
For those who fancy a night on the town to celebrate (or commiserate) the Rembrandt with its location in Knightsbridge, close to many of the best clubs and bars in the country is perfect. If you would prefer something a little more peaceful the Bull Hotel located in the charming village of Gerrards Cross would be an excellent choice. Gerrards Cross is only 15 minutes from Wembley Park Station on the Chiltern line.
Submitted by Ian Kingston Assistant Financial Controller at The Rembrandt Hotel (and Life Long Spurs Fan)