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.
On Sunday afternoon the Merseyside Derby took place but it wasn’t quite what we would all have expected.
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.
While the battle at the top of the Premier League was pretty much over before it began, it’s the other end of the table where the real action is right now, as teams get set to play their final couple of games of the 2017/18 campaign.
Manchester City was probably expecting to win the Premier League title with victory over Swansea City this coming Sunday, with the odds stacked heavily against basement club West Brom beating Manchester United at Old Trafford.
Chelsea may not have physically dropped any points on Saturday’s encounter against Watford – but the Blue’s put out a less-than-convincing performance, and were moments away from losing the game in its entirely… Read more
It’s the time of year where club boards and owners start to get a bit trigger happy in terms of firing managers.
Sunderland finished bottom of the Premier League last season after picking up only 24 points over the course of the whole season.
One of the biggest 3-O-clock games this Saturday is undeniably the Everton and Bournemouth game, and with both teams enduring a fair number of losses in their opening games this season, they’ll be both keen to secure a win – with the competition expected to be fierce when the costal team head North to Everton’s stadium. Read more
In one of the most anticipated games of the season so far, top-of-the-table leaders, Manchester United play host to Everton, where they hope to continue their winning streak. Read more
You don’t need to be the world’s greatest football fan to recognise the skill, and ability of England footballer Wayne Rooney. One of the greatest footballers of all time, Rooney has become a household name within the UK football scene, and youngsters idolise the striker, who’s become somewhat of a Saint in the community, thanks to his incredible goal-scoring record, and his impeccable record on the pitch. 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