Comedian about having three kids…

So, I told you that I was going to post about the effects of having the third on the way to us and after his birth with us – and it is just a funny coincidence that I bumped into a Facebook post by BBC One where Romesh Ranganathan shared his experiences in a rather short video.

It is funny, although you hear the jokes you expected to come, still, some experience I have been looking for. It is good to start with! 🙂

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And by the way, my wife was on a heart ultrasound examination today and everything is OK with the boy, strong and stable heartbeat and a big boy.

Now, as to Mr Ranganathan, he can’t feel that OK at the moment, because as he states on his FB account, he’s a Gooner, which means at the moment his team is 3 goals down against ManCity, so, well, I rather not say anything. Well, #wengerout. Or no, cause it is good for everyone else, of course… 🙂 Although I wish they could rob other top-six teams more often, but they can’t, simply not good enough.

Anyway, the important thing is to get ready for the third mentally and physically too.

I don’t know which one will be the harder.


Player ratings vs Arsenal

Hey, what a great game this was. Really, it was a throwback to better times in terms of performances, youth and even managerial skills. I really can’t remember seeing LVG in the technical zone.

Anyway, my ratings are here and hopefully you can follow them after every match – unless Manchester Evening News suspends posting the form after the matches. (Just like I can’t always find their form to post your planned XI for the games.)

(But then if they do then I can post my own without a picture of it. Never mind, I’ll sort that out later.)

ratings v arsenal
Here they go – ratings for the game vs Arsenal

So, what do you think of it?

Round 37 and the game against Arsenal

Almost at the end of the season, mathematically a very important one point needed for United to secure a fourth place finish to enter the qualifying period of the Champions League. Though our superior goal difference probably means even if we loose both games (Arsenal and Hull City) we can still remain in fourth.

So, there are only two games left, and then only the summer to enjoy with the offseason and the transfer window. I expect us doing business at the beginning, with some of the big names leaving Old Trafford – and new ones arriving.

Well, gameweek 37 predictions, as ever, feel free to post yours.

The game v Arsenal
Matches My prds Luca’s prds Results My pts L’s pts
Burnley v Stoke City 1-1 0-0 0-0 1 3
Liverpool v Crystal Palace 2-0 0-1 1-3 0 1
Manchester Utd v Arsenal 1-1 1-0 1-1 3 0
QPR v Newcastle United 2-1 2-2 2-1 3 0
Southampton v Aston Villa 2-1 0-2 6-1 1 0
Sunderland v Leicester City 2-0 2-0 0-0 0 0
Swansea v Manchester City 1-1 3-3 2-4 0 0
Tottenham v Hull City 3-0 0-2 2-0 1 0
West Brom v Chelsea 1-1 3-1 3-0 0 1
West Ham v Everton 2-1 2-0 1-2 0 0
Total points this week 9 5
Best points 12 11
Most correct result/week 2 2
Head-to-head bf this week 5 5