Category Archives: Premier League

Premier League Week 11 in review

Here are some of the notable stats and facts from the latest round of Premier League games. Sunderland's win at AFC Bournemouth was their first in this Premier League season. It came after the joint-worst ten-game start in the competition's history (two points). Despite such a bad start, the Black Cats were now only one point worse off than at the same stage in the previous season. (more…)
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A year of Jürgen Klopp

Liverpool completed a season’s worth of Premier League games under Jürgen Klopp with a disappointing draw against arch rivals Manchester United, but there’s no doubt that the Reds’ hopes and ambitions have been significantly lifted since the arrival of the charismatic German. (more…)
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Will history repeat itself as Leicester try to win the Premier League again?

The Premier League is well underway and the clubs are already beginning to show what they're made of. With the Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho rivalry continuing over the Manchester Derby, with Manchester City coming out on top, to Leicester battling as the reigning champions, there's a lot of speculation about whether Leicester will be able to win the League once again this season. (more…)
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Which English Teams Have Been The Busiest In The Summer Transfer Window?

The 2016/17 Premier League season is set to kick off on the 13th August and with 7 new managers in place plus an 8th pending it is set to be an explosive year. All the clubs are currently recruiting new players to strengthen their squads as well as clearing out players they feel can’t contribute any more. (more…)
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Gareth Barry tops the starters menu

The sacking of Roberto Martinez brings a disappointing season towards an ignominious close at Everton but, amid the doom and gloom, there is a reason for a cheer around the Goodison Park ranks. Although the Toffees’ final away game of the 2015-16 campaign at Sunderland did mean they had won only one of their last ten league games, it was a notable occasion for veteran midfielder Gareth Barry as he became a new record breaker. It was the 35 year-old’s…
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