Since Ole Gunnar Solksjaer stepped into the void left by the sudden departure of Jose Mourinho, Manchester United’s results have improved dramatically.
In fact, since the Norwegian took over, we’ve only dropped two Premier League points, a remarkable achievement.
That feat has seen those dark thoughts of having no chance of finishing in the top-four, thereby qualifying for the Champions League next season, into high hopes that it is now a distinct possibility.
But, whilst it is pleasing to see Manchester United in such a position, looking at the summit of the table is, for me, a painful experience.
It’s not pleasant seeing the title being contested by Liverpool and Manchester City, our two biggest rivals.
But, we have to accept that unless Tottenham Hotspur go on a remarkable run, one of those two aforementioned sides will be lifting the trophy come May.
Which leaves me in a quandary, which of the two would I prefer to win the title?
Should I opt for our near-neighbours Manchester City who would bask in the glory of lifting the trophy for the second successive season?
Or should I opt for the horror of watching Liverpool win their first top-flight title for 20 years?
Or perhaps I should, once all the hullabaloo is over, simply hide under the duvet and hibernate for a couple of weeks until the newspaper coverage dies down?
Which of the three options above would you opt for?
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