You could say that this Premier League weekend was all about the newly promoted teams, with two out of the three securing magnificent victories.
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.
It was an all London affair in the Europa League Final in Baku, as Chelsea took on Arsenal at the Olympic Stadium.
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 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.
It was another exciting weekend in the Premier League, with four games now being played in the 2018/19 campaign so far.
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 kicking off in less than a weeks’ time.
Huddersfield Town now head into their two final games of the season knowing that a point is all they need to retain their Premier League status for another season.
Arsene Wenger made his final trip to Old Trafford as Arsenal manager on Sunday, as he looked to get one over on a long-time foe in Jose Mourinho before he heads for the Emirates exit.
The pressure had been mounting for a number of years on Arsene Wenger at Arsenal.
A lot has been said about where Arsenal are going to finish this season, with hopes of a Top Four finish all but over.
There have been calls for Arsene Wenger to leave his post as Arsenal manager for quite a while now and while there are times where Arsenal do manage to pull off a great result or two in order to silence a few critics.
Spurs are a side in the Premier League who have been steadily building and progressing over the last few years.
There has been a lot of criticism aimed at Arsenal and Arsene Wenger over the last few seasons when it comes to recruitment.
Over the last two seasons you’d probably say that the majority of things said about Arsenal have been negative, especially where Arsene Wenger is concerned.
A lot has been said in the press about whether Arsenal should have let Arsene Wenger go at the end of his contract, rather than offering him a new two-year deal.
When it comes to Arsenal and their choice of strikers or left-siders, Danny Welbeck probably isn’t the name most people opt to mention.
With one of the most anticipated games taking place at Stamford Bridge this Sunday of the season, all bets are on, and the game looks set to be one of the most interesting this year yet. Read more
The season started so well for Jurgen Klopp, and his team; they looked as though they were off to the perfect start, given their 4-0 whipping of Arsenal, alongside moving further into the Champions League – and fans and pundits alike, thought the team looked set to make a solid first-quarter of the season. Read more
It was another transfer window and deadline day of drama in England with teams racing around to do business as well as having to deal with internal politics that have become synonymous with this time of year. Players wanting to leave, transfer requests and declaring themselves unavailable to train and play.
It’s set to be another thrilling Sunday of Premier League football, with some great games in store. Current champions Chelsea take on a much improved Everton side at Stamford Bridge, Tony Pulis sees one of his former clubs in Stoke come to The Hawthorns, Spurs in their Wembley home will be looking to put last week’s defeat to Chelsea behind them against Burnley and the clash of the day sees Liverpool take on Arsenal at Anfield. Read more
After the opening weekend of the new English Premier League season brought goals galore, many will be hoping for a repeat performance this weekend. There are definitely some interesting fixtures and many will be on the lookout for the players who may not be playing for their sides after being linked with moves elsewhere. Read more
The start of the English Premier League is just days away and anticipation is growing ahead of what should be another rollercoaster of a season. The opening weekend begins on Friday 11th of August with Arsenal facing off against 2015/16 champions Leicester City. It ends with what should be a tasty affair between Manchester United and West Ham at Old Trafford on the Sunday. Read more
It was a season to remember in 2015/16 as Leicester City shocked the world by becoming Premier League Champions. However, the 16/17 campaign saw normality restored somewhat as Antonio Conte’s Chelsea ran out winners, finishing 7 points ahead of Spurs in second. Read more