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‘We’ve. Gone. Backwards.’ Your three word Premier League 2014/15 season reviews part 2

28 May | BY Betway | MIN READ TIME |
‘We’ve. Gone. Backwards.’ Your three word Premier League 2014/15 season reviews part 2

We asked fans on Facebook and Twitter to sum up their club's season in just three words

Your Premier League 2014/15 three word season review continued.

Click here for part 1, the top 10.



Much like their Merseyside neighbours, Everton fans have not been particularly riveted by this campaign. Toffees fans really got stuck into their side, and this selection of three word reviews speak for themselves…

West Ham United

West Ham

There was a point in the season when West Ham were being talked about as possible Champions League contenders.

Although a dramatic dip in form in the second half of the season saw them finish some way off that ambition, their early season displays do give Hammers fans a real hope for their upcoming farewell year at the Boleyn.

There’ll be big pressure on whoever fills that vacant hot seat to turn that pre-Christmas promise into a more sustained challenge next term.

West Bromwich Albion

West Brom

Alan Irvine wasn’t inspiring much confidence in the Baggies faithful. Yet another side looking dangerously over their shoulders, in need of a change in management to stave off the drop.

Who do you bring in? Tony Pulis. Who then did exactly what Tony Pulis does. An unbeaten February, in which Pulis was named manager of the month, lifted West Brom into a secure 13th place, where’d they’d stay for the rest of the season.

Leicester City


Rooted to the foot of the table for 161 long, hard consecutive days, it looked as though the Foxes were doomed to the drop for much of the season. But with an incredible 7 wins from their final 9 games, it’s no wonder fans are describing it as ‘The Greatest Escape’.

Newcastle United


No surprise responses here from Toon fans. There’s not much more to add than what these two have said.

It was aimless. It was inadequate. It was misguided, But most prominently, it was lucky.

Will this season give the club, and the owner, the kick up the backside it needs to make some meaningful investment? The fans may be taking a collective breath of relief, but the anger at the state of their club still remains.



Sunderland fans have seen it all before. Decent enough looking squad pre-season. Occasional decent performance. A few defeats. Things gets worse. And worse. And now it looks desperate.

But a late salvo sees them sneak out of it, somehow. Same old Sunderland, as Lyndsey Twist put it. Victories over Newcastle are always appreciated, but it seems the fans are getting tired of the last-gasp escape act now.

Aston Villa

Aston Villa

Had Villa not taken decision to sack Paul Lambert and bring in Tim Sherwood when they did it, they would have almost certainly gone down.

He was an inspired appointment, who in turn inspired a clearly talented group of players to show some fight.

In his two top-flight managerial roles so far though, he’s been tasked with getting a reaction out of a lethargic squad.

How will he fare in his first full season with the slate clean? Big things will be expected of him…

Hull City


Any team can look back on individual moments over a season and make a case for ‘if only we hadn’t lost there, we could’ve… [insert won the league, finished in the top four, avoided relegation etc]’.

But defeat at home to already-relegated Burnley with just two games remaining is where Hull could say they really blew it. Missed opportunities, indeed.



In truth, Burnley fans didn’t really seem up for this discussion. But @NoNayNeverNet on Twitter pretty much summed it up on behalf of them all…

Queens Park Rangers


You have to feel sympathy for Rs supporters. A mess of a campaign perfectly personified by the views of these fans.

They’re almost half-hearted, as if they want to properly lay into their team, but they just don’t have the energy for it…