When we think about Manchester City we think invincible, especially when it comes to champions versus newly promoted outfits. City’s record against newly promoted sides like Norwich speaks for itself.
Manchester United still to this day remains one of the biggest and most successful clubs in the world, but it’s been relatively hard going for two times Champions League winners since the departure of Sir Alex Ferguson back in 2013.
This week was the first of the new campaign where the Championship held midweek fixtures, and some proved to be very telling indeed. With the season now 4 games old, already there are reasons to be optimistic for some teams, while it’s panic stations elsewhere.
You could say that this Premier League weekend was all about the newly promoted teams, with two out of the three securing magnificent victories.
Two teams who many had concerns about heading into the new Championship campaign are now the only sides in the division to have recorded two wins from their opening two games of the season.
Finally, the Premier League is back, with football fans around the world rejoicing that the off season is now over.
Transfer deadline day in the English Premier League saw plenty of comings and goings as you would expect, but it’s always a case of there being winners and losers, highs and lows.
With the Premier League beginning in just five days teams have been making big moves. Some huge transfers have occurred mainly from the likes of Manchester United, Wolves, Arsenal, Newcastle United and Everton.
With the transfer deadline quickly approaching clubs have been looking to make massive moves. Big players have been tipped to make moves that will surely shock the world of football.
We start this transfer update with news on Newcastle United’s potential new manager. It’s believed that an approach for Sheffield Wednesday’s Steve Bruce is in the pipeline.
The biggest news in the transfer window so far where the Premier League is concerned is the departure of Eden Hazard to Real Madrid. The Belgian, who joined Chelsea in 2012, decided that it was time for a change, swapping Stamford Bridge for The Bernabeu.
Aston Villa made it all the way to the playoff final last season under former manager Steve Bruce, only to fall at the final hurdle by losing to Fulham. This time they were back with a vengeance, and nothing and nobody was going to stand in their way.
The Premier League title race appears to be going down to the wire with Manchester City and Liverpool head and shoulders above the rest. The two teams have been neck and neck all season with either side fighting for the title.
With the final stretch of the English Premier League coming teams are fighting it out to avoid the drop. While some teams still have a fighting chance, others don’t anymore.
With there only being eight games remaining of the Premier League season the race for Champions League places are heating up. There just four points separating third and sixth place making the final two Champions League spots anyone’s for the taking.
Since the appointing of former Red Devil Ole Gunnar Solskjaer United have been a revelation. In recent years United have been struggling and haven’t been able to get back on track despite going through three recognised managers in Louis Van Gaal, David Moyes and most recently Jose Mourinho.
On Sunday afternoon the Merseyside Derby took place but it wasn’t quite what we would all have expected.
On Saturday the Premier League will kick off with a bang when Arsenal head across London in an attempt to add more misery to Spurs’ week. Earlier on Spurs had already lost one London Derby against Chelsea, so the question is will they lose another?
On Tuesday night the London Derby took place between Spurs and Chelsea in what was a game of utmost importance to both sides. Both teams came into the derby in poor form and both needed the victory as it would mean un-welcomed consequences.
Miguel Almiron, many would know the name as he took the MLS by storm. The 24-year-old played for Atlanta United in the MLS during the last two seasons.
On Wednesday 23 January 2019, Chelsea secured an incredibly big loan deal for the well-known Gonzalo Higuain.
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It was another exciting weekend in the Premier League, with four games now being played in the 2018/19 campaign so far.
Roberto Pereyra, 27, signed for Watford from Juventus in the summer of 2016 for a reported €13 million, but things haven’t exactly gone to plan for the Argentinian after injuries restricted his time on the pitch.
It was all change this summer at West Ham as David Moyes departed, former Manchester City manager Manuel Pellegrini arrived and so did a raft of new players.
The new Premier League season is underway, and Liverpool are the side tipped by most as having the best chance of challenging current title holders Manchester City for the title.
Manchester United are one of the world’s biggest football clubs and they potentially have two of the footballing universe’s biggest characters within it in Paul Pogba and Jose Mourinho.
The new Premier League season kicking off in less than a weeks’ time.
So, the Championship season ended just recently with Fulham and Aston Villa playing out the playoff final at Wembley Stadium in what is known as “football’s richest game.”
David Moyes replaced Slaven Bilic as West Ham manager last November and it was expected that he would then extend his stay at the club after steering them away from danger and up the Premier League table.
Let’s face it, most people would have probably expected Jose Mourinho to continue his great record in cup finals when his Manchester United side took on Chelsea in the FA Cup final at the weekend.