I made some pretty bold predictions this season and have an impressive record when it comes to my weekly Premier League predictions column. But I definitely got these five theories completely wrong.
David Kelly looks ahead to the Manchester derby and looks back at an eventful week in his own irreverent way.
Piers Morgan was less than impressed with the 'hyperactive seagull' performance of Lukasz Fabianski this weekend.
West Ham were relegated in the 2002-03 season but not for the want of trying from Paolo Di Canio; who scored the winners in both victories over Chelsea that season.
With injury problems affecting the Spurs team this afternoon can Everton capitalise and throw their hats right back in the ring for European football next season?
The Frenchman returned after 14 months out recovering from a liver transplant and cancer treatment in the 5-0 win against Mallorca last night.
Sir Alex Ferguson is convinced that the current crop of young Manchester United players can become the dominant Premier League force in the coming seasons and has warned his rivals that the Old Trafford club are "not going away".
The county championship gets under way on Wednesday, preposterously early as usual.
The problem with the British economy, we are so often told, is that we're over-reliant on the service sector. We just don't make things any more.