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.
For a sport that is often littered with scandal and negativity, football has once again shown that it’s the most fascinating and exhilarating on the planet after two unbelievable nights in the UEFA Champions League.
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 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.
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.
The Premier League is by far and away the most exciting and watched league in the world.
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.
The new Premier League season kicking off in less than a weeks’ time.
Last year’s Premier League champions Chelsea, and manager Antonio Conte will have been preparing in the summer to mount a strong defence of their title.
Luke Shaw has come in for some strong criticism from manager Jose Mourinho and not for the first time.
It was bad news for Spurs after their victory over Bournemouth in the Premier League on Sunday as star striker and key man Harry Kane had to leave the pitch early.
With just 10 games to go in this season’s Premier League campaign, things are certainly getting hotter at both ends of the table.
Spurs are a side in the Premier League who have been steadily building and progressing over the last few years.
It’s the time of year where club boards and owners start to get a bit trigger happy in terms of firing managers.
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.
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
Barring a miracle, like the one we saw with Leicester City, very few teams in the Premier League harbour ambitions of winning the title in the near future. Every season you can probably gauge who thinks they can win it and the rest that aren’t aiming to. It’s usually determined by what players teams sign, sell and the amount of money being thrown around. Read more