Premier League News

Arsenal get Chelsea and Manchester City in opening 3 Premier League games

The Premier League fixtures have been revealed for the new season and Arsenal will start their campaign with a trip to newly promoted Brentford and finish with a home match against Everton. The new Premier League season is due to start on Saturday 14 August and, while we don’t know the exact dates of Arsenal’s …

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ARSENAL would have finished FOURTH without VAR this season

A SunSport study of all the decisions overturned by Stockley Park shows the Gunners were the biggest “sufferers” from the system. Arsenal had 9 original decisions changed against them with only 3 calls made in their favour. Mikel Arteta’s men would have been in the top four, finishing above Chelsea, West Ham, Leicester City and …

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Premier League confirms no away fans for final two rounds

The Premier League has confirmed away fans will not be allowed to attend fixtures staged in the final two rounds of the 2020-21 season. With a further relaxing of coronavirus restrictions scheduled in the United Kingdom on May 17, up to 10,000 supporters will be allowed inside grounds to watch games again. The penultimate set of top-flight …

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Ex-Arsenal boss Wenger: Europe wants to destroy Prem – yet we’re doing it to ourselves

Former Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has slammed attempts to launch a Super League breakaway. Wenger says the competition’s foundations were always doomed to failure. He told the Telegraph, “The basis of our sporting culture in Europe is to have access to high-level competition through merit. “I don’t understand how anyone could believe that limiting the link …

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50+1 ownership model could happen: UK government launches fan-led review of English football

The possibility of a different ownership model is being explored. A regulatory authority to oversee the decisions made by club owners could be set. The UK government has brought forward a review of all English football after the European Super League fallout. According to the BBC, the process will include assessing ownership, finance and supporter involvement in the …

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Enough is enough – Willian demands action over online abuse

Willian has urged players to make public the abuse they receive online after revealing the personal impact of such comments on social media. The Arsenal player shared abusive messages sent to him on Instagram earlier this year, while other high-profile footballers have followed suit in the hope of exposing the issue. Manchester United and England forward Marcus Rashford described it …

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Three Things: De Bruyne sours win, Arsenal boss genius myth, wonderful West Ham

Good morning everyone! No, you haven’t lost a day – this is our weekly Three Things column on a Tuesday. In the spirit of noting that yesterday was a holiday for some people, we decided to delay things by 24 hours. In the words of The Black Eyed Peas, let’s get it started. De Bruyne …

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Arsenal loanee Willock strikes late to deny Spurs win

Arsenal loanee Joe Willock has scored a late equaliser for Newcastle to deny Spurs the three points in today’s Premier League clash. The midfielder has been impressing for the Toon since joining the club on loan in January, and if Arsenal sent him on loan to do one thing, taking two points off of Spurs would be …

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Premier League data dive: Arteta doing worse than Emery, Tuchel’s honeymoon ruined by Big Sam

With the Premier League back following the international break, all eyes were set to be on the Emirates Stadium for a heavyweight clash between Arsenal and Liverpool. Or, that’s what the nostalgia of the Premier League wanted us to expect – the reality was rather different, as Arsenal’s current status as Europa League-hopefuls at best …

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Lacazette vs Kane: Hilarious double-standards in Daily Mail penalty coverage

As Harry Kane won another penalty at the weekend, Gary Neville called him ‘cute’ and ‘wily’ just a week after Alexandre Lacazette was widely slated for being slammed into. So, given what had been said about the Arsenal penalty against Spurs last weekend and how widely derided Alexandre Lacazette has been for a number of …

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Former Gunner reveals which Arsenal star does the most ‘work after training’

Kevin Campbell has revealed that Nicolas Pepe is the man who does the most work after training of the current Arsenal squad. The Ivory Coast international joined the club from Lilly in a club record move in the summer of 2019, but hasn’t managed to find the level that is expected of him as of yet. The …

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Rodgers admits Pepe forced him to make Leicester substitution

Leicester boss claims Arsenal winger was excellent on 1v1 encounters Arsenal cruised past Leicester City at the King Power Stadium on Sunday, with goals from Alexander Lacazette, David Luiz and Nicolas Pepe ensuring a first Gunners win against a team currently sitting in the top 3 since January 2015. It capped off a brilliant week for …

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