Why the 2012-13 Premier League Season Has Been One of the Worst on Record

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Why the 2012-13 Premier League Season Has Been One of the Worst on Record
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Manchester United are well on their way to winning the Premier League title. It will be the 20th time the Red Devils will have claimed the ultimate prize in English football and the 13th time since the Premier League began back in 1991.

They will be deserved champions of an incredibly weak league.

Arsenal are in decline.

Liverpool are in decline.

Chelsea are in decline.

The three teams who have challenged Manchester United the most over the last 21 years have moved into parallel periods of regression. 

Manchester City have surrendered their title with the limpest of resistance after a season of mismanagement by Roberto Mancini.

It all adds up to make the worst title race the Premier League has ever seen.

How does the league add up as a whole?

Not well, I'm afraid.

Here, Willie Gannon looks at the main reasons the 2012-13 campaign will not go down in history as one to remember.

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