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It is all becoming a little clearer now that all sides have played 35 matches. Champions Man City are still keeping challengers Liverpool at arms length in the title race, Spurs and Chelsea are in pole position for the Champions League, and it is between Brighton and Cardiff who will be the final side to tumble out of the division and into the Championship.
What a week of European football; Man City and Spurs played a game for the ages which saw the London side squeeze through on away goals; Ajax rolled back the years to defeat Cristiano Ronaldo and Juventus in Turin; and Barcelona and Liverpool emphatically dispatched Man United and Porto respectively.
After the rollercoaster week that was the Champions League and Europa League, it is back to the normality of domestic matters.
With European business done and dusted for another week, it is time for Fantasy managers to refocus their minds and look towards the Premier League.
GROWING AFFLUENCE and increased leisure time are said to be the main reasons for the growing presence of sport in the daily lives of more and more people. The sports sections in newspapers are getting bigger, and there is rarely a news bulletin on radio or TV without a sports report.
After another crazy week of European football, it is back to domestic matters this weekend with the end of the season fast approaching.
With another week of European football completed last night, it is time to get back to domestic matters this weekend as the chase hots up for the Galway Advertiser Tribal Leader League in association with St Anthony's and Claddagh Credit Union.
It is December which means the Premier League matches are coming thick and fast.
Galway United captain Ryan Connolly hopes the Tribesmen can deliver an improved performance when Bray Wanderers visit Eamonn Deacy Park for tomorrow’s SSE Airtricity League premier division clash.