It’s not going to be cheap.
Little has changed since we last spoke of Chelsea running the EPL. Meanwhile Zlatan led United to another trophy, but it was awfully harsh on Southampton.
Like the UCL, the Europa League group stage has come and gone. Were there any surprises? And, what intriguing matchups lie ahead?
The 2016-17 EPL season is still a couple weeks away and we’re already looking at seven managerial changes. Moyes is back! Who’s next on this carousel?
Sadio ManA� going to LFC isn’t farfetcheda��he’s a Saints player, after all. It’s the price tag and fact they could’ve had him earlier that make it fun.
They’ve turned to Ronald Koeman to manage them. They’ve got billionaire backing. Now, what does Everton need to focus on this summer?
Southampton have improved in three consecutive seasons and are back in Europe ahead of next year. It’s time for them to start putting their foot down.
THFC were very good most of the season, but their final month painted an entirely different picture. There doesn’t have to be a silver lining right away.
This weekend is supposed to be ‘Championship Sunday’, but both the title and relegation races are over. So, what’s there to look forward to?
Our four-part EPL club needs series continues by rounding out the bottom half of the table.
West Ham is off to an exceptional starting after another surprising away victory. What next?
Can Tottenham, Liverpool, Southampton, and West Ham stay competitive in four competitions this season?
Which clubs from around Europe exceeded expectations the most this season?
Tottenham, Southampton, and Swansea are all competing for Europa League spots, but would failing to qualify be a blessing in disguise?
For all their faults, Arsenal have produced as of late and find themselves in second place in the Premier League.
Liverpool have recovered from their early season struggles and are now threatening to take a Champions League spot.
Last weekend’s upsets in the FA Cup may only further ensure a predictable final.
As the season rolls into its second half, Southampton continues to defy naysayers.