Thanks to the unforgiving, brutal weather currently victimising certain areas of England, the Carling Cup semifinal clash between Manchester City and Manchester United, as well as the one between Aston Villa and Blackburn Rovers, has been postponed.
Heavy snowfall in the English county of Lancashire has prevented both highly anticipated clashes from proceeding as scheduled.
Also, in Staffordshire, where Stoke City host Fulham in the first Premier League match of the new decade, heavy snow threatened (but ultimately failed) to disrupt the encounter from going ahead as planned.
In England, this severe weather is perhaps symbolic of the new decade, and these fixtures which fell victim to the snowfall could epitomise the new decade of English football.
This is because, whether people choose t...
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