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Premier League
Did Brendan Rodgers need to rush into Leicester City?
08:00 Sunday 3rd March 2019

Brendan Rodgers made a name for himself as a top manager in the modern game. His success at Swansea City earned a deserved move to Liverpool in 2012.  After three seasons in which the club made significant progress but narrowly missed…

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Why signing Youri Tielemans is a great move by Leicester
08:00 Wednesday 6th February 2019

Leicester City confirmed the capture of AS Monaco midfielder Youri Tielemans on deadline day. The 21-year-old signed on loan until the end of the season in a deal that involved Adrien Silva going the opposite way. The signing of Tielemans has…

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The Carabao Cup is more important to Maurizio Sarri than he realises
16:00 Wednesday 19th December 2018

The first trophy on offer in English football is approaching the critical point. After Burton Albion and Manchester City booked their places in the last four last night, the remaining two will be known today. North London rivals Arsenal…

Opinion
Cloudy with a chance of Jamie Vardy?
17:00 Wednesday 19th September 2018

International retirement is a landmark for players. They no longer feel that their services are either required or good enough for the national side. For many football-folk, international retirement goes unannounced and is just a mark of time…

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Is the Premier League mid-table in need of some Potter magic?
09:00 Monday 14th May 2018

With British managers in steady decline as the modern era of football rolls on, an unremarkable ex-footballer is having a remarkable start to his managerial career. That man is Graham Potter. While the pool of managers currently floating around…

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Equal Time: Another Reason Why The Premier League Is The World's Best
08:00 Thursday 22nd March 2018

It’s cliché at this point to call the Premier League the best league in the world. Or more specifically the hardest. Cristiano Ronaldo fans constantly reference the difficulty of playing in England as the overriding point…

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FA Women's Cup: A Closer look at Fifth round fixtures
08:00 Sunday 18th February 2018

The FA Women's Cup returns on Sunday with mouth-watering clashes across the country. Over 260 teams began the grinding trip to Wembley.  Just 16 survive to tell 5th Round tales. Eight will have happy endings. Eight will be…

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Grading the best Premier League bargain hunters in the winter window
10:00 Friday 2nd February 2018

With the transfer window now firmly shut, thoughts turn to which Premier League clubs conducted proper business. After a relatively slow start, business certainly picked up in January's final weeks. There were some surprising moves. There…

Premier League
Arsenal, Leicester make excellent case for Friday night football
09:30 Saturday 12th August 2017

When the Premier League season opens with a seven-goal thriller, even purists must find it difficult to argue against Friday night football. Some people don't like change. Everything in its place. And time. They believe you can get too much…

Opinion
The Premier League remains the most attractive league in the world
11:00 Wednesday 5th July 2017

Recent seasons have displayed the Premier League as struggling to prove that it is the best league in the world. Once a huge power in the Champions League, it did not ever seem as though an English club would win the competition this season,…

Opinion
This weekend's crunch Premier League matches
18:00 Friday 3rd March 2017

Another weekend, another batch of mouth-watering Premier League fixtures. We're at the business end of the season and the battle for survival and the race for the Champions League spots are as fierce as ever. Here are the five crunch matches…

Opinion
The biggest talking points ahead of this weekend's Premier League action
15:30 Friday 10th February 2017

The last few weeks of the Premier League have been a testament to its brilliance: entertaining and unpredictable. No one would have foreseen Liverpool's dramatic decline, Hull's revitalised form and Swansea's re-birth. Once again, this weekend's…

Opinion
Moyes nearing redemption but there is still a long way to go for Sunderland
23:20 Monday 5th December 2016

Saturday's 2-1 win against Leicester is Sunderland's third in four league games, leading to suggestions that David Moyes' side have finally turned a corner.

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Talent or consistency? Which will out in this Premier League campaign?
17:56 Tuesday 4th October 2016

We let the stats do the talking, well Martin Palazzotto does with his own Premier League tables. Sixteen-time world champion Ric Flair (or nineteen, twenty-one, two or four, depending on who's counting, it is wrestling, after all) is famous…

Premier League
Rafa waves his wand, Foxes are rampant and misery for Wenger, 3 things we have learned from week 35 of the Premier League
16:09 Tuesday 26th April 2016

The beauty of the Premier League is its sheer unpredictability, any team can beat any team. As the campaign draws to a close, this is your chance to catch up on the key talking points in a week in which four Premier League sides participated…