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How to Make a Pepperoni Pizza | It's Only Food w/ Chef John Politte

Today we are showing you how to make a pepperoni pizza. The total of the ingredients for two pizzas came to $22.55. That’s better and cheaper than take out. ...

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Comment by kuailai99 on May 9, 2018 at 8:36pm

W2W4 previews the midweek action by highlighting its most compelling storylines as Chelsea look to pip Tottenham to the Champions League and Swansea and Southampton stare relegation in the face.To get more soccer news, you can visit shine news official website.

Swansea vs. Southampton isn't usually a fixture to command top billing in the Premier League but, with so much riding on Tuesday's game, all eyes will be on the Liberty Stadium.Neither club has suffered mismanagement to the same extent as double-relegated Sunderland in recent years, but both will look to the Black Cats as an example of the dangers of being sucked into downward spiral. The Championship is a fiercely competitive, unrelenting division, and stronger sides than Swansea and Southampton have failed to bounce back at the first attempt in the past.

With such high stakes, the tension is likely to be palpable on the pitch. Such occasions are rarely conducive to free-flowing football, but that won't take anything away from the drama. The loser won't be doomed ahead of the final day, but they will need everything to go for them to stand any chance of survival.

Swans and Saints supporters must wonder how their clubs ended up in this position. Southampton have finished in the top eight in each of the last four seasons, while Swansea have twice placed in the top half in the past five years. It has not been a hasty collapse, though, with poor recruitment, boardroom upheaval and frequent managerial change all chipping away at the foundations.

The pair's current predicament should serve as a warning for every other club below the top six. Swansea and Southampton were previously regarded as model Premier League clubs, punching above their weight, but doing so with a sustainable vision and discernible identity. They now stand on the brink, and both know it could be a long way back.Neither club has suffered mismanagement to the same extent as double-relegated Sunderland in recent years, but both will look to the Black Cats as an example of the dangers of being sucked into downward spiral. The Championship is a fiercely competitive, unrelenting division, and stronger sides than Swansea and Southampton have failed to bounce back at the first attempt in the past.

With such high stakes, the tension is likely to be palpable on the pitch. Such occasions are rarely conducive to free-flowing football, but that won't take anything away from the drama. The loser won't be doomed ahead of the final day, but they will need everything to go for them to stand any chance of survival.

Swans and Saints supporters must wonder how their clubs ended up in this position. Southampton have finished in the top eight in each of the last four seasons, while Swansea have twice placed in the top half in the past five years. It has not been a hasty collapse, though, with poor recruitment, boardroom upheaval and frequent managerial change all chipping away at the foundations.

The pair's current predicament should serve as a warning for every other club below the top six. Swansea and Southampton were previously regarded as model Premier League clubs, punching above their weight, but doing so with a sustainable vision and discernible identity. They now stand on the brink, and both know it could be a long way back.

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