Attending fans at Stamford Bridge on Sunday got their money’s worth in terms of entertainment with Chelsea VS Tottenham. The 2-2 draw had goals (including a last minute equalizer), passion and fisticuffs galore. Premier League managers are serious men. They’re educated, multilingual, motivated go-getters. They are also, with the right sort of provocation, little boys.
Manchester City striker Erling Haaland is withstanding the pressure so far following his goal scoring Premier League debut. Erling Haaland scored a penalty and another goal in style in between being thrust onto the same stage as legends. The Premier League’s latest mega star at just 22 years old has a cool head in front
If you were Liverpool, it would be easy to feel quite disheartened at how the past few seasons have gone. Luckily they’re infused with the relentlessness of Jurgen Klopp, so they’re not going to give up anytime soon. Still, only one title to show for their current historic era of greatness must be hard to
Arsenal, the champions of preseason, now have to build on their positive momentum and prove it in the Premier League. Mikel Arteta’s team enjoyed a good season last year, narrowly missing out on Champions League qualification. At points, they were the form team in the Premier League. It’s easy to forget Arsenal lost their first
Former Manchester City striker Sergio Aguero has criticised his former club over the sale of Raheem Sterling to Chelsea. The England international joined Stamford Bridge for a fee of £47 million in July. Alongside Sterling, Sergio Aguero won three Premier Leagues, a F.A Cup and five league cups. “I don’t understand the sale of Sterling,”
James Milner has highlighted the Liverpool fanbase and experience of the squad as key reasons for signing a new deal. James Milner, who enters his 21st season as a Premier League player, had been the subject of rumours of a move to Leeds. However, he says he always wanted to stay another year, even after
Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel is fretting over the state of his squad ahead of the new season, and justifiably so. Marcos Alonso, Cesar Azpilecueta and Timo Werner are all reportedly seeking moves away from Stamford Bridge. Tumult was to be expected following Chelsea’s change in ownership, and it appears Thomas Tuchel has been unable to
Writing an earnest preview of the title race in the modern competitive landscape of the Premier League is somewhat disingenuous. Luckily, the battle royale for Champions League qualification is likely to compel throughout the season. Given the dominance of City and Liverpool, we effectively have four teams fighting for two positions in the top 4.
Jurgen Klopp always raises eyebrows with his insistence that Liverpool’s primary aim is to finish in the top 4. It seems absurd given his team has consistently held their own against Manchester City for the last five years. However, it’s worth remembering that Liverpool missed out on the Champions League for five out of six
Pep Guardiola says City are in danger of dropping points in August because of key absences from preseason. Phil Foden, John Stones and Ilkay Gundogan are training with the U23s in Croatia because they cannot enter the U.S and join their teammates on their tour of America. This is due to Covid-19 vaccination being required