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The Premier League TV money breakdown

When it comes to the Premier League TV money is a big deal to everybody. Especially if a club has just been promoted from the Championship. It is vital that a club has a big source of income each year as much of it is spent on expenditures such as wages. One of the main incomes in football these days ... Read More »

Who are the youngest Premier League debuts this season?

Angel Gomes and his Premier League debuts

While the Premier League is becoming well known for clubs spending millions on foreign players, young, home-grown players definitely still have a part to play. I look at the Premier League’s five youngest talents to grace the competition this season. Read More »

Players left searching for a new club include Joey Barton

Joey Barton

After a long season, some players face the risk of being released by their clubs. This could be down to a club getting relegated or that the manager is trying to work around his wage budget for next season. For some clubs, it means having to get rid of their best players. Burnley, for example, has just let go Joey ... Read More »

Jermain Defoe linked with a move to AFC Bournemouth

Jermain Defoe

After Sunderland’s relegation, speculation has arisen about certain players futures. One of those players is the key man, Jermain Defoe. The English forward has impressed many pundits this season which comes to no surprise. But Defoe has been linked with a move away from Sunderland. Read More »

Can Harry Kane really be deemed world-class?

Used with growing frequency, the true meaning of world-class is being diluted with each and every careless reference. OED defines the phrase as “a person, thing or activity of or among the best in the world.” In that context, how compelling is the argument Harry Kane should deservedly be regarded as world-class? Read More »

Reading’s last Premier League line-up: where are they now?

It wasn’t so long ago that Reading Football Club had a one-year spell in the Barclays Premier League, being relegated back to the Championship in 2013. Four years later, Jaap Stam is attempting to lead the club back to the top tier. I look at their starting line-up for their last ever Barclays Premier League game and where those players ... Read More »

Why Bournemouth’s Eddie Howe should be named Barclays Manager of the Season

Eddie Howe

Bournemouth manager Eddie Howe was one of six Premier League bosses nominated for the Barclays Manager of the Season. The English coach is up against the likes of Chelsea’s Antonio Conte, Tottenham Hotspur’s Mauricio Pochettino, West Bromwich Albion’s Tony Pulis, Burnley’s Sean Dyche and Swansea City’s Paul Clement. Read More »

Swansea City must utilise their deadly duo to survive in the Premier League

Gylfi Sigurdsson is criticlal to Swansea's relegation fight

Swansea City face the biggest test of their season so far as they travel to Sunderland on Saturday. Of course, the Black Cats are already relegated and so, it should be a game that Swansea should really win, however, the relegated side’s last game shows exactly why the Premier League is the most unpredictable in the world. Read More »

The relegation round-up in the major European leagues

Every year a number of teams in every league face the fate of getting relegated. For those that get relegated in the top leagues in Europe, it is even more disheartening. We’ll take a look at who has been relegated so far in the “top five leagues in Europe”. Read More »

The unbeaten run is finally over for Manchester United

Manchester United

And the award for the most pointless unbeaten run goes to…Manchester United. Only in England could a team be 7th, go on a 25 match unbeaten run and still be 5th when it ends. If you look at United’s record in this run, it’s clear where the issue is: attack.  Read More »

Does Diego Costa really want to stay in London?

The money in the modern game is truly astounding, with the Premier League leading the way for so long with regard to financial firepower. However, in the last few months, Chinese football have been flexing their own financial muscles as they have taken a number of talented players to the fledgling league. Read More »

Manchester United vs Burnley: 5 things learned

Manchester United and Chelsea face off for the third time this season. Jordan Street picks the best combined XI from the two talent-laden squads.

Manchester United made it three wins in a week to continue their Champions League charge and ramp up the pressure on arch-rivals Manchester City. Anthony Martial had a chance to impress in leading the line and a returning Wayne Rooney had a rare moment to mount a claim for a starting spot. Here are five things learned from United’s routine ... Read More »

Manchester United v Chelsea FC: five things learned

Well, Jose Mourinho is an old dog with new tricks. A bemusing line-up which included Ashley Young donning the captain’s armband and a striking duo of Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford had United fans fearing the worst. But, United were far from what many predicted: commanding, energetic and dominant. Chelsea FC couldn’t stop them. Read More »

The biggest Premier League fixtures in April – part 2

So far this month, the Premier League fixtures have produced some enthralling contests. We now look ahead to the must-watch games taking place over next two weeks. They include Jose Mourinho renewing his rivalry with Antonio Conte, as well as two famed derbies between the finest clubs in Manchester and north London. Read More »

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