Who did the best business?
For Swansea City, Gylfi SigurA�sson was the core that powered their machine. He kept them afloat when it was a struggle. Now that he’s gone, what’s next?
Is there an ArsA?ne Wenger excuse generator yet? Plus, Pep discusses the difference between City, Bayern and Barcelona as we near the end of the EPL season.
On Monday, Chelsea ran right through Middlesbrougha��essentially wrapping up the Premier League “race” in the process. But that’s not all.
When it comes to relegation from the EPL, it’s Sunderland’s time. And Middlesbrough aren’t far behind. But, Burnley is on a slippery slope as well.
After another rousing weekend of English Premier League action (it was okay), we have some thoughts. First, on the Sunderland/Manchester United match from Sunday morning:
Manchester United may be playing well, but it’s not translating. Elsewhere Chelsea keep winning, Spurs keep slipping, and Bob Bradley finally sees a win.
It only took a few months for Antonio Conte to set up his currently-dominating Chelsea side. Can they keep rolling? We don’t see why not.
The Premier League is officially back! And week 1 gave us a few surprises, not the least of which being Swansea City’s superb team performance. What else?
If Swansea City are going to threaten anyone, they have to figure out their striker situation. But if they keep performing poorly, it may not matter anyway.
On Sunday afternoon, sans Ronaldo for almost 100 minutes, Portugal was able to outlast France and become European Champions. Once more, the hosts shrunk.
With Pep Guardiola taking over at The Etihad, it’s time for Manchester City to take the next step. But they’ll have to make some changes first.
Nowadays, football clubs are getting less and less patient.
Never sleep on the FA Cup; you’re bound to miss something interesting.
This week, starting at the bottom, we look at what each EPL team needs to succeed in the second half of the season.
What a season it’s been thus far in England. Long may it continue.
Our look at all 20 English Premier League clubs continues with the dissection of five who could challenge for European football.
Tottenham, Southampton, and Swansea are all competing for Europa League spots, but would failing to qualify be a blessing in disguise?