1) Direct action has an impact at Old Trafford“We decide when you play.” That was the warning handed out to Manchester United by the fans who invaded the club’s training centre during the week the European Super League was formed and then expired. It was one they delivered on in
Guardian writers’ predicted position: 18th (NB: this is not necessarily Ed Aarons’s prediction but the average of our writers’ tips) Last season’s position: 14th Odds to win the league (via Oddschecker): 1,000-1 While everything in the garden appears rosy given Palace ended the season well clear of relegation again, there is a growing
Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed the signing of Matt Doherty from Wolves and and joins the club on a £14.7m deal after agreeing personal terms with the Republic of Ireland right-back. Harry Maguire 'disappointed' Gareth Southgate cut him from England squad Doherty has been with Wolves since 2010, having signed from Bohemians
Mark Ogden and Don Hutchison explain why players and clubs are pushing back against the league's approach. Manchester City's Raheem Sterling insists that player and staff safety is the priority when football returns. Mark Ogden reacts to Danny Rose's comments about the Premier League's return during a
espnEXCLUSIVE: How Zlatan, Ronaldo & Solskjaer have impacted Haaland's careerESPNThe world has come to a standstill, so we compiled 10 shows and documentaries that will scratch your soccer itch while in isolation.ESPNThe Hall of Fame is a concept as old as sports itself but the Premier League finally has a
Arsenal: Olivier Giroud Position Centre-forward Time at club 2012-2018 League apps/goals 180/73 Karim Benzema might take issue with the idea, but Giroud has always been more than a chugging go-kart. Perhaps his misfortune was that, for most of his time at Arsenal, there was someone else to take the limelight. Arriving in
“Wow! Bloody hell!” exclaims Pajtim Kasami as he watches back his volley for Fulham against Crystal Palace six years later. It is the goal the Switzerland international’s time in England will be remembered for.Full-back Sascha Riether was situated just inside his own half when he saw Kasami make his run.
1) Lloris quick to deliver emphatic reminder of his pedigree The debutant Steven Bergwijn will rightfully claim the headlines for Spurs but the contribution of Tottenham’s current third-longest serving player against Manchester City should not be forgotten. Hugo Lloris made one of the saves of the season to deny Sergio Agüero