English Premier League

Chelsea Beat Swansea to Go 11 Points Clear in Premier League
Chelsea Beat Swansea to Go 11 Points Clear in Premier League Runaway English Premier League table topper, Chelsea continue to distant themselves from their rivals as this weekend, Antonio Conte's men picked up an important home win over relegation dweller, Swansea City.
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Ranieri Sacked as Leicester Manager
Ranieri Sacked as Leicester Manager Winning the English Premier League title last season is not enough to keep Claudio Ranieri job at Leicester City for another full season as the Italian has been officially sacked by the club.
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Arsene Wenger’s Future at Arsenal Remain Uncertain
Following Arsenal's massive 5-1 defeat over Bayern Munich in their Champions League knock out stage's first leg this midweek, questions regarding Arsene Wenger's future at Emirates are being raised in a stronger fashion.
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Premier League Title Remain Open After Chelsea’s Draw
The battle for Premier League title might still not be over yet this season as current leader dropped two points on their latest league fixture against Burnley. Antonio Conte's side were held into a 1-1 draw against The Clarets, despite taking the lead first through Pedro's effort after just seven minutes into that tie.
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Liverpool, Arsenal Back On Winning Ways
Liverpool finally got themselves back on winning ways after several disappointing result as Jurgen Klopp's men stunned Tottenham Hotspur 2-0 at Anfield. The Reds once again showed their ability to compete against Premier League top teams as they put on an excellent display to overcome Maurico Pochettino's men.
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Tuchel Remains Silent Over Arsenal Rumors
Uncertainty regarding the future of current Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger continue to spark rumors of potential replacement next summer, with Borussia Dortmund boss, Thomas Tuchel being one of the reported candidates.
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Manchester Duo Back On Premier League Top Four Battle
The dynamic of English Premier League are fascinating indeed this season as within just few match days, things changed pretty drastically in the race for that top four seat. Not long ago, Manchester City along with Man United were being tipped to be missing out in breaking through that Champions League spot.
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Chelsea Overpowered Arsenal to Go 12 Points Clear
Chelsea continuing their dominance in the English Premier League as this weekend, Antonio Conte's men picked up an impressive 3-1 win over one of their title rivals, Arsenal. Keen on avenging their defeat in their first meeting this season, The Blues took the attacking initiative and got themselves in front through Marcos Alonso's effort after just 13 minutes of play.
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Guardiola Ensures Aguero Remains Important for Man City
Only being used as a substitute player during Manchester City's 4-0 win in the Premier League over West Ham United in midweek, many starting to think that Sergio Aguero's time at Etihad is heading for a bitter end.
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Ex – Chelsea Star, Lampard Bow Out from Football
After spending the later years of his footballing career in Major League Soccer, with New York City FC, former England and Chelsea star midfielder, Frank Lampard officially announced his retirement.
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Cech Slams Arsenal’s Performance Against Watford
Arsenal missed out on their chance to cut the gap with league leader Chelsea in midweek as Arsene Wenger's men suffered a shock 2-1 defeat over Watford. That result was disappointing indeed, notably the way they were performing which received plenty criticism, including from Gunners' own keeper, Petr Cech.
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Chelsea and Liverpool Share a Point, Arsenal Loss
Chelsea maintaining their table topping seat in the English Premier League despite being held into a 1-1 draw by Liverpool this midweek. Both teams were gunning for three points, but eventually forced to settle for just one point as neither were able in grabbing that winning goal.
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Arsenal’s Wenger Hit With Four Match Ban for Pushing Incident
Just as it was widely expected, Arsenal boss, Arsene Wenger found himself getting punished for his recent incident during Gunners' 2-1 victory over Burnley. The French manager was charged four match sideline ban by the England FA as he caught pushing the fourth official in protest of a penalty decision given against his team in that Sunday game.
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Depay Sent Praises for Man United, Jose Mourinho
Memphis Depay might not be having the best of time during his time at Manchester United, notably this season under Jose Mourinho as the Dutchman hardly get any playing time. However, despite of that lack of opportunities, which eventually triggered his move to Lyon this January, Depay doesn't hold any kind of grudge towards the Portuguese manager.
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Coutinho Happy With New Liverpool Deal
Having his name continuously linked with a potential departure from Anfield, Philippe Coutinho give some calm into Liverpool fans nerves as he has extended his stay until 2022. The Brazilian midfielder expressed his joy to sign a new deal by thanking everyone at the club while stating that he is happy and will work even harder.
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Klopp Voiced Out Concern Over Liverpool’s Defense
Liverpool's shocking 3-2 home defeat over relegation dweller, Swansea City apparently triggered a strong reaction from The Reds' boss, Jurgen Klopp. The former Borussia Dortmund tactician held an important talk with his players, in which he highlighted some concern regarding their defending in recent games.
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