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Emre Can, Victor Wanyama, King… Names of the Premier League, week 35

As we head into the season’s final month, there’s still plenty to play for in the Premier League (unless you’re Sunderland). Which performances impressed us enough to make Names of the Premier League this week? SEE ALSO: Sunderland relegated: 4 talking points from a nightmare season as Black Cats’ relegation confirmed Victor Wanyama (Tottenham Hotspur) […]

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Wasteful Zlatan, unlucky Wilshere and clinical Chelsea: The Premier League season so far – in stats

An international break is often time for the domestic club game to stop, pause and reflect. Managers will be taking those players not meeting up with their national setups on now-traditional warm weather training breaks in the sunshine, and trigger-happy owners of struggling clubs might be considering if now isn’t the best time to get […]

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England squad: 10 uncapped English players Gareth Southgate could call up

At 2pm today the England squad is announced for the friendly game against Germany on March 22nd and the World Cup qualifier against Lithuania the following Sunday. Gareth Southgate will be deprived of some key players – particularly Harry Kane – but it may give him a chance to experiment. With some uncapped Englishmen impressing in […]

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The Premier League 2017 Run-In Roundtable Discussion: Who wins the title? Top 4? Relegation and more

25 games down, 13 to go: the Premier League is entering crunch time. While Chelsea look to be running away with the title, two draws from their last three games is a sign that nothing can be taken for granted during the run-in. Elsewhere, the battle for the top four will see two big clubs with […]

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Patrick Bamford at Burnley and six more Premier League 2016/17 summer transfers you forgot ever happened

Football transfers windows are big business, and that’s especially true in the Premier League. Every window England’s top flight clubs fall over themselves to throw money at a fleet of new players. Plenty of new signings work, but for every future club legend you often find a couple of duds. The players who didn’t work out, […]

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66 goals in 10 games: Remembering the Boxing Day goal-fest of 1963

While other European leagues take a breather and allow their players to rest, recuperate, celebrate and maybe take in some warm weather training somewhere nice, the Premier League continues apace. Boxing Day saw eight fixtures played, with two more taking place on the 27th and 28th. An at-least-nearly-full Boxing Day programme is a long-standing tradition in […]

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Alexis Sanchez, Aguero, Heaton… Names of the Premier League, week 10

Names of the Premier League returns, but who were the star performers from the Premier League‘s week 10? The weekend saw Jose Mourinho’s miserable time in Manchester continue, while their neighbours across the city got a thumping win. With plenty of goals and some great performances, let’s take a look at the standout stars of […]

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Slick-passing Chelsea, dirty Wanyama and long ball Middlesbrough: The Premier League season so far – in stats

After what feels like an extra long international break, the high-octane 2016/17 Premier League season returns this coming weekend. There has been much to chew over in the early weeks, with some great teams vying for the title this season, but every time a contender puts a run of form together, they stumble. It looked as though […]

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