So we’ve looked at the title race, the top four, relegation, the golden boot, new signings and new managers but now finally it’s time to give my predictions for the season ahead.
So we’ve heard all about the new signings, the title race, the battle for survival and the golden boot, but what about the masterminds behind all of this: the managers, and specifically the teams under new management this season?
Having already spoken about the top clubs and their new signings, it’s time to turn our attention to the clubs who haven’t really had a mention so far.
Harry Kane will be looking to become only the third player in the Premier League era to win a hat-trick of consecutive golden boots.
But as we know, it’s not all about the top of the Premier League. What makes this league one of the most pulsating and exciting in the world is the quality from top to bottom, the drama of it all and what is at stake for the 20 clubs involved as they desperately try and…
That leaves us with Arsenal, Tottenham and Liverpool to fight for the last remaining Champions League spot.
Antonio Conte blew the league away last season with his somewhat revolutionary 3-4-3 formation too much for most teams to handle. This reformation saw his side go on to win the league with an impressive 93 points and record 30 wins.
And just like that, the Premier League is back! Three months have passed since Gary Cahill and John Terry (no comment) lifted the Premier League trophy which means it’s now time for a new season to get underway.
Slaven Bilic said he was left feeling “very disappointed, angry and frustrated” following West Ham’s 1-0 defeat at the hands of Leicester City on Saturday.
Following a tournament which had moments of sheer brilliance, sheer disappointment and sheer madness, it was 2004 finalists Portugal who were crowned European Champions for the first time with Eder’s long-range effort enough to beat hosts France in the final. Portugal’s shock triumph as well as the successes of minnows Wales and Iceland were just…
As the Premier League returned this weekend following the first international break of the new season, Manuel Pellegrini’s Manchester City side continued their 100% start to the season, with Nigerian teenager Kelechi Iheanacho grabbing an injury time winner for the league leaders at Crystal Palace. The 2011/12 and 2013/14 champions have begun their campaign strongly…
115 days since Gareth Bale & Co lifted the UEFA Champions League trophy aloft in Lisbon, claiming ‘La Decima’ for Real Madrid, the prestigious European club competition returns, with more excitement, more drama and more memorable moments a certainty!
I can remember it all so vividly. I was sat on my living room carpet directly in front of our television as the penalty was saved and cleared to the right, crossed in and put into the back of the net.