Tell you what, Carlton is going to have to knock it one hell of a long way for Graham Taylor to see it now. Allow to me step down from the tongue-in-cheek momentarily. Graham Taylor was doing high tempo, pressing football way before any of our continental friends brought it to the Premier League. He 

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So Hull have gone more left field than Robert Snodgrass hugging the touchline at the KCOM Stadium. Yes, the name they pulled out of the managerial hat was Marco Silva. A wise choice, I am sure. If in doubt, appoint a man that was once sacked for not wearing the right suit. This will end 

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Alex Ferguson, pardon me, Sir Alex Ferguson. A Premier League manager at Manchester United for 26 years, 38 trophies, statue outside Old Trafford, and widely considered one of the best managers to ever live. Fact! On the contrary, Les Reed was a manager at Charlton Athletic and was sacked after 7 games. No trophies, no 

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Believe it or not the Premier League as we know it started 25 years ago, yep it’s been that long. Surprise surprise Manchester Utd won the league, Arsenal came tenth, (that actually happened) and Wimbledon didn’t even have a club shirt sponsor, far from the glitz and glamour that we see today. Within that quarter 

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Ronald Koeman has had a long, successful, illustrious career on and off the pitch, either as a player or manager. With Koeman set to meet the club he previously managed Southampton tonight, we ask ourselves: which clubs did the Dutchman manage or play for prior to his current stint with Everton?   Created by Sporcle 

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How often does the top team at Christmas win the title? What about the bottom three, how often do they go on to suffer relegation? Here is your comprehensive guide.   The Premier League title Beginning at the top, here is a look at every leader at Christmas, followed by the eventual winner: There were 

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As January approaches and writers everywhere prepare their ‘January Sales’ headlines, we take a look at what each club might be up to in January.   AFC Bournemouth Looking to become an established league club, Eddie Howe has done his bid to be the next Arsenal manager no harm by doing the impossible and making 

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The battle begins now who ever gets the right deals will surely lift the trophy come May.   Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang (Borussia Dortmund) The Gabon forward – who plays for Borussia Dortmund – was in the form of his life last season scoring 39 goals in 49 games. This season he continues from where he left 

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Goalkeeper: Hugo Lloris Spurs have the joint best defensive record in the league and Lloris has played a huge role. An ever present in the Tottenham goal, he has shone throughout. He has always been a brilliant shot stopper but he has perfected his craft to an even higher level as well as becoming a 

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Arsenal are trying a new approach to winning the title.   They’ve realised winning some matches and remaining unbeaten in November might give them a chance of not being miles off the pace come the turn of the year.   Xhaka and Sanchez dominated the match against Bournemouth who will have felt a little unlucky 

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Every year we see the usual title contenders as favourites for the title but the 38 game Premier League season is always full of twists and turns from league leader changes to the nail biting relegation battle at the other end. So far this season, after only 12 games the league leaders have changed no 

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Jose has been so wowed by Zlatan’s form this season that they have already decided to take up the option on an extra year of the Swede at Old Trafford.   To be fair, it’s the best bit of work Zlatan has done since landing in Manchester, the “I could rule America” interview he gave 

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Discussion took place on Sky’s Monday Night Football (MNF) this week about the most influential attacking midfielders in the Premier League. It focused on the output from attacking midfielders at the top six sides in fixtures against one another. Following Juan Mata’s goal against Arsenal last weekend, he perhaps makes a surprise appearance at the 

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Here is a look at top four players in the English Premier League who have performed well so far this season. Let’s take a look at the statistics for every player as we all believe stats don’t lie at all.   Diego Costa The Chelsea beast. He is the most improved player in the League 

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We thought we had the Premier League sussed out back in May 2015. Jose walked his Chelsea side to the title, City and United and battled for the automatic Champions League place and Arsenal won their annual 4th place trophy. Normal service was resumed after Liverpool almost won it the year before, and all was 

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