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List Of All Summer 2013 Premier League Transfers:

Another dramatic and enthralling summer transfer window came to an end on Monday night with the Premier League top-flight clubs smashing the previous transfer records in hitting the £515million mark. It was often dramatic, sometimes calm, very intriguing, at times disappointing (especially if you are a Newcastle, Manchester United or West Ham fan) but more so it was damn expensive. Keeping up with the whole shenanigans was difficult enough let alone detailing every single mover in the English top ... Continue Reading →
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In The Stands: Premier League 2013/2014 Predictions

The Premier League is back and we for one are immensely excited at that. Clean slate. New managers. Fresh start. Here we go again but before that Premier League ball is kicked in anger let us offer you our hearty, honest predictions to this season. From the Gunners to the Hammers, every club and every fan have their own expectations for the new season. Pre-season is done, the transfer window is flapping and the managerial merry-go-round has finally settled. But despite changes to last season’s ... Continue Reading →
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2013/2014 Full Premier League Fixture List Revealed

The new Premier League fixture list for the upcoming season has been revealed. The Opening Fixtures are as follows: Arsenal v Aston Villa Chelsea v Hull City Crystal Palace v Tottenham Hotspur Liverpool v Stoke City Manchester City v Newcastle United Norwich City v Everton Sunderland v Fulham Swansea City v Manchester United West Bromwich Albion v Southampton West Ham United v Cardiff City The Final Day Fixtures are as follows: Cardiff City v Chelsea Fulham v Crystal Palace Hull City v Everton Liverpool ... Continue Reading →

Man Utd Can Add To Brendan Rodgers Woes With Victory Over Liverpool

Manchester United will travel to Anfield on Sunday afternoon looking to compound Brendan Rodgers miserable start to life at Liverpool, who are without a win in the former Swansea manager’s first four games at the helm. Despite a return of just two points from a possible 12, it would appear that bookmakers are finding it hard to separate the two teams in the betting ahead of this clash with the visitors holding the narrowest of advantage according to the odds, with Bet365 quoting the away win ... Continue Reading →

Fantasy Football 2012/13 Guide: Goalkeepers

With the Premier League football season only weeks away it’s time that we started to look at the Fantasy Football team again. We start with recommended goalkeepers… With a total of 166 points, Joe Hart  was the leading Premiership goalkeeper last season. This year it’s likely that he’ll come out top dog again. Arguably, his rivals for clean sheets at the top of the League will be Manchester United’s David De Gea (134)*, Chelsea’s Petr Cech (127) and Arsenal’s ... Continue Reading →

Should More English Players go Abroad?

The English Premiership is truly global league. Their are, in fact,  62 different nationalities represented within a mere 50,000 sq Miles. But in the other 5,730,000 sq Miles, only 35 English players, not including Scotland, are playing abroad.  The questions is; But why? Why are so many English footballers put off by the prospect of adding the experience of more technical leagues in Spain and Italy? Spanish, French and Italian players have always jumped at the chance of playing in the more phisical ... Continue Reading →

Full Premier League Fixture List 2012-2013

The Premier League fixture list for the upcoming 2012/2013 season has been revealed with champions Manchester City commencing their campaign against newly promoted Southampton. City will begin their title defence against Southampton whilst Manchester United face a tricky trip to Goodison Park to play Everton – a place where they have traditionally struggled. The two Manchester giants are the favourites to lift the Premier League trophy come May 2013 but footy lovers will have to wait a while ... Continue Reading →

Premier League Team Of The Year

Yet another incredible Premier League season came to an end at the weekend with Manchester City finally getting the better of their Manchester neighbours to win their first title since 1968. Their final match which they needed to win against relegation threatened QPR was a never to be forgotten classic, unlikely to be surpassed for excitement or intrigue for many years to come. Overall, the 2011/2012 season produced a whole host of stars, with the emergence of a Manchester United side blessed with ... Continue Reading →

Video: Paul Merson Reaction To Manchester City 3-2 Queens Park Rangers

The video has been an explosive hit around and the world and now you can watch it for yourself with ITS; Paul Merson’s hilarious reaction to Manchester City’s 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers on Sky Sports We all know how the greatest ever ending to a Premier League season panned out with Edin Dzeko and Sergio Aguero grabbing two injury-time goals to overturn a 2-1 deficit into a title-winning 3-2 victory. Clearly the thrill and sheer entertainment took its toll on Paul Merson! Classic ... Continue Reading →

City Arrive at the Top Table

So, three days after the drama that was the final day of the Barclays Premier League season, football fans everywhere look back in astonishment and excitement at what could be a pivotal moment in the history of English football. Manchester City are champions of England. Whether you agree with their lavish transfer policy or not, City are the real deal. They are the new team that everyone wants to beat; the barometer against whom others will measure themselves; and possess the players that rivals ... Continue Reading →

VIDEO: ‘RIP Fergie’ Carlos Tevez Unveils Controversial Banner

Carlos Tevez has sparked controversy after unveiling a poster with the message RIP Fergie scribbled across it during Manchester City’s Premier League trophy parade. The banner was handed to Tevez by a Manchester City fan during Monday’s open-top bus parade through the streets of Manchester. It was of course a cheeky reference to Sir Alex Ferguson’s comments in 2009 when he dismissed City’s ability to be top dogs in Manchester as “not in my lifetime”. See also: ... Continue Reading →

Pictures: Manchester City Premier League Title Celebrations

Manchester City came from 2-1 down to bag a dramatic 3-2 win over Queens Park Rangers and secure the 2012/2013 Premier League crown in one of English football’s greatest ever matches. Sergio Aguero was the man of the moment as he struck a 94th minute winner to seal a 3-2 win for Roberto Mancini’s men. The win ended City’s 44-year wait for a league trophy and in 15 seconds of madness saw the Sky Blues strip the title from the hands of Manchester United as footy fans across the land ... Continue Reading →