The main focus during the season is on the club who will become the new champions of England as well as the other teams who will finish in the top-four or bottom-three, though, there are also individual honours that players take pride in and in this situation it’s the Premier League Golden Boot. As
The Premier League starts up again this Saturday after the International Break with friendlies and World Cup Qualifying taking place. Whilst all eyes will be on England and hopefully Ireland in Russia next summer, for now fans are fully focused on their club team. Tickets for the Premier League are some of the most expensive
As we approach matchday 4 of this season’s Champions League, all English teams sit top of their group. So, can an English team win this season’s Champions League? Liverpool If Liverpool wins this year’s Champions League, I will be astonished. Liverpool have been the most disappointing English team in the Champions League so far.
Just under £1.5billion was spent in the summer transfer window by the Premier League sides, as many of the expensive buys would have hoped for a better start to the campaign at their new respective clubs whilst the others have gotten into their stride instantly. With gameweek ten close to coming to an end, here
We are 8 games into the Premier League and there already seems to be an interesting relegation battle forming. Teams that were predicted to finish in the top half are lingering around the relegation zone, while teams that were predicted to go down have had a cracking start to the season. So, at this early
The title will end up in Manchester Whilst it might be a little premature to predict where this year’s Premier League title will end up, it seems increasingly likely that it will either be Manchester City or Manchester United lifting the crown once again. City’s display at Chelsea was the biggest indicator of any title
Although we can’t read anything into predictions at the start of the season, not many pundits thought that the three newly promoted teams would do incredibly well. Many thought that the behind the scenes action at Newcastle would end with Rafa Benitez leaving the club, while the lack of Premier League experience that Brighton and