5 Reasons Why This Could Be The Year We Are Relegated
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Thursday 09 May 2013 21:45:00
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1. The loss of form from Ali Al Habsi.

Ever since the mistake against reading earlier in the season Al-Habsi totally lost all confidence and was becoming a deterament to the team where once he was a goliath in net making important save after save.

2. Injuries to our defenders.

It says something when our 2 best centre backs have never played together (Alcaraz and Ramis) in a latics shirt. Injuries have played probably the huge part in our downfall as clearly Caldwell is not up to premierleague standards or was he ever?

3. Signing no right winger in January.

Mcgeady and Zaha looked on the cards but both didn't happen for differen't reasons but not signing anyone in that position since Moses left in the summer seemed like shooting ourselves in the foot.

4. Home Form

Winning 4 matches at home all season is poor with only QPR having a worse record, the away record is decent so there is no complaints there just a let down at home.

5.  F.A. Cup

What a achievement right? Yes but I cant help thinking we couldn't challenge on both fronts with an already injury plagued squad. It is a massive achievement for anybody to get in the final of the oldest cup competition on the world but is it expense of our premierleague status?

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