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, only 12 passing yards but 61 rushing
Gareth Wheeler of TSN Radio 1050 Toronto offers his Midweek Musings for Match-day 24 in the Barclays Premier League. - Chelseas 1-0 win at the Etihad, spoiling Manchester Citys perfect home record continues to be the talking point of the week. Chelseas prudent defensive record and approach under Jose Mourinho always makes them a contender in all competitions. Tactically, the Portuguese is among the finest managers in the game. His public demeanour remains all over the place, providing fodder for argument. Despite sitting only two points back of Arsenal atop the table and having an easier schedule the rest of the way, Mourinho continues to downplay Chelseas title chances. Assessing the title race, Mourinho explains, "Two horses (Arsenal, Man City) and a little horse (Chelsea) that still needs milk and to learn how to jump. A horse that next season can race." Not sure if were getting the straight goods, straight from the horses mouth. Yes, Chelsea is a team in transformation as Mourinho finds players to ideally play his way. Add a striker and another centre-back for next season, and add the injured Marco van Ginkel into the fray, Chelsea promises to be scary good next season. That being said, Mourinho suggesting Chelsea is on the outside looking in is a fallacy. Mourinho cant believe it to be true. A trip to Anfield is as difficult as it gets away from Stamford Bridge. And his team is undefeated in their last 10. In this analysts eye, Chelsea are favourite to win the league. Downplaying Chelseas chances is an alternative type of psychological warfare. Sir Alex Fergusons Manchester United, who dominated the Premier League for the better part of the last two decades, were always full of belief, publicly and privately stating their intent in the title race. Its shocking Mourinho is using this tact when he has a team of millionaire superstars at his disposal. No matter what he says, Mourinho isnt fooling anyone. At the very least, it keeps things interesting. - City was down two key players in Mondays loss. Centre-midfielder Fernandhino and top striker Sergio Aguero missed the all-important occasion through injury. While Fernandhinos steady approach was missed, it paled in comparison to the void left by Aguero. While Citys other forwards are of high quality, they lack the same game-breaking ability of Aguero. 15 league goals in 15 games is an astounding record. A constant danger inside the box and lethal on his right foot, City lacked the Argentines cutting edge against a team difficult to penetrate. Its no coincidence David Silva is at his best with Aguero on the field. The movement off the ball makes the duo as difficult a combination to play against as any in world football. Matches against Chelsea in the FA Cup and Barcelona in the Champions League in the next two weeks, potentially without Aguero, raises true questions of whether City can truly compete in all four competitions. Aguero is that important. - As Mourinho continues to make a near seamless transition back into English football, David Moyes struggles at Manchester United remain. A 2-1 loss against lowly Stoke City, a team having picked up just one point in their previous six, compounds his problems. Moyes has made 83 changes to his starting XI in league games, 11 more than any other manager in the Premier League. Injuries have been an issue here, but no excuse for such poor form. The lack of involvement and interplay between attacking players was ultimately most disturbing at the Britannia. Michael Carrick being forced to centre-back is one thing, but the attacking players going MIA speaks to Moyes team approach lacking inspiration. Where are the fresh ideas? What is his teams identity? These questions cant be answered. And that is a failure. United are playing an unimaginative, passive, unaware brand of football. One has to wonder if a manager of alternate stature would be faring better at present time with this team. What if Mourinho was at Manchester United? Its difficult to think this same team would be in seventh place under the Portuguese leadership. Its a valid question to ask, as it seemed all along Mourinho wanted the Old Trafford job. And in his autobiography, Sir Alex Ferguson was full of praise of Mourinho and his managerial ability. Ferguson may have seen some of himself in Moyes. But did United need another Ferguson? Better question: can another Ferguson be cultivated in the present day climate? Moyes isnt going anywhere, for now. But its legitimate to question whether Ferguson picked the right successor for a new Manchester United. - Arsenal may be the most under-respected among title contenders. There has been a remarkable consistency in the side. The attacking flair and superior passing remains, even without Theo Walcott and Aaron Ramsey. The development of the centre-back partnership between Laurent Koscielny and Per Mertesacker has been essential to the exceptional form. The spine of the team is arguably the strongest in the league, led by the duo. Arsenal remain undefeated since January 2012, a stretch of 31 games with Koscielny and Mertesacker both in the starting XI. The next two games are massive for Arsenal and potential title hopes. Back-to-back games at Liverpool and home to Manchester United are true tests. Full points would be a giant step towards ending their 10-year title drought. It would also silence the critics wondering where the January striker signing ended up. - The true importance of a manager will be tested now that Michael Laudrup has been sacked by Swansea City. Laudrup helped build on the accomplishments of Brendan Rodgers at the Welsh club, leading Swansea to their first major silverware in the clubs history and venturing into the previous unchartered territory of the Europa League. Injuries have decimated the team, with last years star player Michu a long-term absentee. The midfield has been torn apart, and the failure to bring back Ki-Sung Yueng off loan from Sunderland raised eyebrows. A vacation to Paris, dressing room turmoil, an uncertain future, and six points from their last 10 matches all contributed to his sacking. Fact remains Swansea have completed almost 600 more passes than any team in the league and still have the top pass accuracy. The stylish football is no fluke. Its progressive and refreshing. Credit Laudrup. With the short-term hiring of Garry Monk, the club is apparently choosing stability over style. A risk, not worth taking. It will be determined in short order the importance of style vs. stability. Id choose Laudrup. Now a relegation fight beckons under the veil of the great unknown. Good luck with that. - The Sunderland climb off the bottom continued with an emphatic 3-0 away derby win over Newcastle. Gus Poyets side is flying, with true competition for places in the side, and a good combination of strength and skill. As for Newcastle, its all gone pear-shaped. The loss of Yohan Cabaye was the first blow. Being without top goal scorer Loic Remy, suspended for three was the clincher. An in-form Remy and consistency from Hatem Ben Arfa will be essential to staying in the top half of the table. Some good news for Newcastle, the teams latest embarrassment, director of football Joe Kinnear has mercifully stepped aside, putting an end to experiment gone wrong from the get-go. Kinnear said hed be judged in the transfer window; he didnt sign one player last summer or in January. He did however state potential transfer interest in a player already at the club during a radio interview. An absolute nightmare. Alan Pardew now solely has to deal with the bad dreams. His team is a mess, again. - West Hams co-owner David Gold is threatening legal action over Andy Carrolls red against Swansea City. Carroll swung recklessly, albeit not making much contact, after challenging for an aerial ball with Chico Flores. Its difficult to judge intent, and if there was, it should always be an automatic sending off. Carroll now faces a three-match ban. Most troubling, West Ham believes Carrolls suspension could make-or-break the Hammers in their relegation fight. Scary thought. Carroll was involved in both West Ham goals last week, but has been an absolute nightmare in front of goal. His performances have been abysmal. And the player often looks lost. If West Ham is relying upon Carroll as saviour, they may as well already punch their ticket to the League Championship. Not good enough. Joe Namath Jets Jersey .5 million contract with the right-handed reliever. 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Montreal will play Hamilton in the East semifinal and BC will play Saskatchewan in the west semifinal. But what do you do about this week - Week 19? Well, as much as CFL football fans may not want to hear it, the goal is to stay healthy. I seriously doubt that you will see many of the "stars" of the league this week but that does not mean we will not see good games. Football is the type of sport that when you let your guard down you pay a price, and sometimes the price is severe. Players know that and will respond. It was pretty amazing what Ricky Ray did on Thursday night; throwing for over 500 yards and 21 straight completions at one point in the game. It will be difficult to stop Toronto from representing the East as going into the final they will be prepared - or maybe over prepared - for that game. No doubt that whether it is Montreal or Hamilton, they can win come the East Final, but it will take a perfect game to upset a quarterback who is about as close to perfect as you can get. With Winnipeg, theres one more game to go with Hamilton coming to Investors Group Field and that is it - season over. Will the players be watching the clock? Of course! Playing football without a playoff goal is just like working and not getting paid. It is just not the same. Having said that; the Bomber players are getting paid and if they watch the clock too much, all will notice. With Hamilton, I have two thoughts. Brandon Banks may turn out to be the best late season pick up of any team as this year of football concludes. He may be only 57 and 153lbs but he is a well-educated return specialist and I would not be surprised if he was a big part of the offense next year. The second thought is quarterback for the Ticats. Over the course of the game, Henry Burris ran 31 plays, 163 passing yards and 23 rushing yards. Dan Lefevour ran onlyy four plays, no passing yards and only nine yards running.dddddddddddd And then Jeremiah Masoli also has his opportunity to play and actually does very well with 18 plays, only 12 passing yards but 61 rushing yards. Now I have seen three quarterbacks play in one game but the issue was injury not ability. Not sure how this is going to be handled in the future but it is one of the more interesting conversations going into the playoff: who plays and how much? On the other side, Troy Smith looked good at times but regressed in the fourth quarter. The Brandon Banks touchdown return with 4:43 and Montreal up 23-20 was why Hamilton won, but also a regression from Smith in the fourth quarter. First third quarters he was 17-of-25, 68 per cent, 294 yards, two touchdowns and one interception. In the fourth quarter he was 6-of-14, 43 per cent and 46 yards, no touchdowns, one interception with his last five passes being incomplete. Having made that reality point, I do think Smith is the present and future. In BC, I would not be surprised if Buck Pierce finished the season, as Travis Lulay may not be ready or they are waiting for the playoffs. Of all the teams, I think BC has the toughest road to conquer to make it to the Grey Cup. In Saskatchewan, they have the talent, they have the team but do they have self-control? It seems in the second half of the season, someone is always mad at something said or done. Sheets vs Cornish is getting old as Cornish won, but the unsportsmanlike penalties are a problem. Maybe get it out of your system against Edmonton because if it transfers to round one of the playoffs, the Riders will be one and done and on their way to the offseason. Week 19 of CFL football will be kind of unusual; play to win but play to stay healthy. 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