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MARTIN SAMUEL: It's nonsense to believe Manchester City will dominate for a decade

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If Manchester City beat Chelsea on Saturday, they will win the 2020-21 Premier League.

Just as this one, that City are winning, was going to be Liverpool's; and Liverpool's was going to be Manchester City's third in a row.

Between the 2005 takeover and the 2013 departure of Sir Alex Ferguson, the club won five league titles and the Champions League, and the status quo prevailed.

The utter mess that has been made of the Ferguson succession by the owners and their executives has allowed Manchester City to rise, the resurgence of Chelsea under several managers, Liverpool's first title of the modern era, and of course the greatest triumph of them all, by Leicester.

Manchester United won 61.9 per cent of Premier League titles under Ferguson; and precisely zero since he left.

What if they, too, became convinced these small, undeserving clubs were a burden and for mediocre Arsenal to claim their entitlement they had to join a league of their peers? One of the members of the Manchester United Supporters Trust set out his beliefs after Sunday's demonstration.

Fans in the north will say Liverpool and Manchester City always raise their game against Manchester United, no matter the disparities - yet imagine being Arsenal.

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