Manchester City’s 7-2 demolition of Stoke City on Saturday was one of the great Premier League performances, often in these situations the losing team is viewed as being unimaginably poor, however at the Etihad Stadium Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City looked very much like Barcelona/Bayern Munich. To be a little more specific, they played in a 

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As it seems, Crystal Palace will never catch a breather. After safely negotiating a potential relegation last season, the Eagles are back in the relegation catfight having lost their first seven games of the 2017/18 Premier League season. A gamut of emotions surrounded the club following the dismissal of Frank de Boer after only four 

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Swansea have scored five Premier League goals this season. Tammy Abraham has scored four Premier League goals this season. Paul Clement lost Gylfi Sigurdsson and Fernando Llorente in the summer window, and was in need of attacking reinforcement. A few arrived, including once Swansea hero, Wilfried Bony. Abraham was brought in early in the window, 

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Whilst many were shocked by Leicester City’s decision to dismiss Craig Shakespeare on Wednesday, the fact that the club had won just one of their opening eight Premier League matches can’t be hidden. Leicester City were always going to be in a difficult position after they bungled the Claudio Ranieri dismissal. The coach who had 

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Nemanja Matic has proven to be the most mercurial signing for Manchester United in the summer. The Serbian has had a metrical transformative effect since his arrival at Old Trafford, one that has added to their credibility as Premier League challengers and jolted United into life in the Champions League.   Stability He was never 

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Roy Hodgson’s Crystal Palace did what was almost unthinkable this weekend. In beating Antonio Conte’s champion Chelsea, they ended a record-breaking run of seven matches without a goal scored or a point won. Had Hodgson fallen to another shutout defeat, he would have been the second manager in Premier League history to lose his first 

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Manchester United have been firing on all cylinders this season, one that has seen them mount a legitimate challenge to Chelsea’s status as champions of England. The Red Devils have been ruthlessly efficient in converting their chances while less than generous in their defending; scoring 21 goals while only letting two past David De Gea 

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On the 8th of October 2015, German coach Jurgen Klopp agreed to become Liverpool manager after the reds sacked Brendan Rodgers. The German arrived with a strong reputation, with his time and success at Borussia Dortmund. Optimism was high as Klopp was expected to reignite Liverpool’s glory years and deliver trophies back to Anfield. Fast 

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After the summer transfer window drama between Liverpool FC and Barcelona, Philippe Coutinho has returned to the club looking happy and healthy. During the montage of offers from Barcelona, Coutinho took some time off the pitch due to back problems. Although he was photographed training with the Brazil squad just days later, LFC remained adamant 

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Newcastle United captain Jamaal Lascelles signed a new six-year contract with the club, keeping him at St James’ Park until 2023. The defender has been one of United’s star performers this season and was rewarded with the new deal on the basis of a number of impressive performances, where he has contributed at both ends 

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Top of the league, potent attack, slick football and a mean defence: Jose Mourinho appeared to discover a winning formula, but he neglected the tactics that have formed the foundation of United’s breathless start against Liverpool. Last season United travelled to Anfield on the back of indifferent form as Mourinho sought to embed his identity 

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If Jose Mourinho has cut off a contented figure in recent times, it’s only because Manchester United are where they need to be. The Red Devils are neck-to-neck with Manchester City in the title challenge after seven games, and are only toppled by their noisy neighbors on goal difference. Contrary to last season, Jose has 

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Chelsea won the 2016/17 Premier League trophy against all odds, many gave them no chance especially after their dismal performance in the previous season when the club had one of the worst campaigns the club has ever seen, finishing far below the acceptable league position and failed to qualify for any European competitions. They also 

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