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Premier League ins and outs: all the summer transfers so far

Petr Cech to Arsenal, Raheem Sterling to Manchester City, Bastian Schweinsteiger to Manchester United … the movers hoping to become shakers * denotes loan deal Continue reading…

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Premier League fans’ verdicts part 2: Newcastle United to West Ham United

Newcastle need a return on Ashley’s commitment; Sunderland expect trouble; anticipation is high at Swansea; Watford look to the obvious from their Uruguayan centre-back and Spurs want Lee Marvin leading their Dirty Dozen A new head coach, new backroom staff and a new commitment from Mike Ashley to back the team with cash … this has been a summer of change after all the stagnation. Steve McClaren wasn’t first choice with many fans, but he was probably the most experienced…

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Premier League transfers: who decides which players your club buys?

Who sits on Liverpool’s transfer committee and how much does Abramovich get involved in deals at Chelsea? We look at all 20 Premier League clubs Arsène Wenger is the lord of the kingdom he has built over the past 19 years. His influence extends into every pore of the club and where transfers are concerned, the manager’s authority is total. Wenger always has the final say. The board have attempted to put support systems in…

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Premier League 2015-16 fixture list: Liverpool face daunting early away run

Liverpool start at Stoke City in repeat of last season’s closer Chelsea begin their title defence at home to Swansea City Manchester United open up against Tottenham at Old Trafford Brendan Rodgers will have to demonstrate immediate improvement at Liverpool, as his team will kick off their next Premier League campaign at Stoke City, who walloped them 6-1 at the Britannia Stadium at the end of last season. Related: Premier League 2015-16 fixtures: …

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Premier League facing record low referee shortage

Just one match official has been recruited ahead of next season, despite Chris Foy’s retirement, leaving a total of 17 to call upon including big injury doubt Phil Dowd

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Football: 10 talking points from this weekend’s action

Brendan Rodgers’ tinkering is harming Liverpool, Manchester United may have bigger problems than David de Gea leaving and clubs queue up for Danny Ings In Manchester United’s 1-1 draw in the final home match of the season on Sunday Old Trafford might have bade farewell to David de Gea, Robin van Persie and Radamel Falcao as each player’s future at the club is unclear. While De Gea seems more and more certain to depart for Real…

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Football: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action

Manuel Pellegrini will have an eye on Bayern v Barcelona, Tom Cleverley continues his renaissance and duo do their best to avoid the Europa League Related: QPR’s Chris Ramsey agrees with Joey Barton’s ‘bad eggs’ criticism • Match report: Manchester City 6-0 QPR • Manuel Pellegrini refuses to discuss his future • Bruce blames himself for Hull’s poor performance • Match report: Hull City 0-1 Burnley • Match report: Aston Villa 1-0 West Ham • Match report: Leicester 2-0 Southampton • The Premier…

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Premier League clubs record profit for first time in 15 years

The combined total from all 20 clubs from the 2013/14 season stands at £190 million – nearly four times greater than the previous record

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The League Cup finals of the 1980s: from Wolves to Forest, via Norwich and Oxford

A brief guide to the 10 finals in the 1980s, featuring a goal by Andy Gray, a John Lennon cover by Roxy Music and a ‘diabolical’ performance by Jim Smith’s QPR By Steven Pye for That 1980s Sports Blog , part of the Guardian Sport Network In a tweet: Forest’s quest for three in a row ended after a calamitous Shilton/Needham mix-up let in Gray to score one of the easiest Wembley winners

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Can you identify the 20 Premier League clubs in our quiz of the 2013-14 season?

20 clubs; 20 questions; 20 answers Continue reading…

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Manchester City crowned Premier League champions

Goals from Samir Nasri & Vincent Kompany handed Manuel Pellegrini’s side their second league title in three years, while Liverpool came from behind to beat Newcastle at Anfield

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Premier League fans’ verdicts part 2: Manchester United to West Ham

From ‘woeful’ Old Trafford and ‘miserable’ Norwich, to football that’s a ‘joy to watch’ at Southampton: 2013-14’s best and worst Part 1: season verdicts on Arsenal to Manchester City That was woeful. I knew it would be a transition season but I didn’t think the players would lose heart so soon. The whole Moyes debacle was doomed from the start. Ferguson appointed his successor, a man who had never won anything and who instantly removed…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the weekend’s action | Guardian writers

Ross Barkley and Connor Wickham stake their claims, Loïc Rémy causes a stir and Sam Allardyce proves his worth Pictures: the best images from the weekend’s matches The England manager says he has his World Cup squad in mind and there will no late auditions for a place in Brazil. There have been suggestions that will spell bad news for Barkley, if not Everton and Roberto Martínez, who wants the 20-year-old to have …

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Premier League finances: turnover, wages, debt and performance

The Premier League clubs collectively made a loss of £291m in 2012-13 despite a £2.7bn income and spent a record £1.8bn on wages. What earns them the most and which club is in most debt? Get the data Get the 2011/12 data It’s that time of year again – the Guardian’s review of the annual Premier League accounts is here. It shows that in 2012-13, the 20 top-flight clubs generated a record-beating combined income of 2.7bn, however collectively the Premier League clubs …

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Premier League finances: the full club-by-club breakdown and verdict

The 2012-13 accounts of all 20 top-flight clubs and what the figures say about their health Wages of players and staff now hits record £1.8bn Financial figures for 2012-13, for the 20 clubs in the Premier League during 2012-13. All details from the published annual reports at Companies House. Net debt is as stated in the accounts; debts minus cash held at the bank. The separate categories of turnover are rounded down or up…

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Fellaini, Van Wolfswinkel & more – Goal’s worst Premier League Team of the Season

Three Manchester United players are named in our side, while the three strikers selected have scored just four goals in a combined total of 76 Premier League appearances

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Premier League Team of the Week: Sterling & Coutinho star in exhilarating attack

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Premier League survival may look bleak for some but miracles do happen | Stuart James

Bradford, Fulham and West Ham have all performed great escapes that can inspire current relegation strugglers Six years ago Fulham lost 3-1 at home against Sunderland, leaving the London club second bottom of the Premier League and six points from the relegation cutoff with only five matches remaining and their manager, Roy Hodgson, crestfallen. “The only lifeline is that football is not played on paper,” Hodgson said afterwards. “On paper it looks very, very bad …

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Premier League Team of the Week: Mata heads dominant midfield diamond

The Spaniard is rewarded for his scintillating display in Manchester United’s 4-0 win at Newcastle and he lines up alongside the likes of Steven Gerrard and Yaya Toure

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Football – live clockwatch! | Niall McVeigh

Minute-by-minute report: It’s a busy round of games in the Premier League and beyond. Follow the latest news with Niall McVeigh Niall McVeigh

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West Ham United 2-0 Norwich City | Premier League match report

If West Ham are to remain a Premier League side this year, then there may be a little pocket in Seville that celebrates with them. The Andalucian city produced their man of the match here, with goalkeeper Adrian coming to the rescue of a side that was often outmanoeuvred and outwitted by Norwich City but eventually emerged victorious thanks to late goals from James Collins and Mohammed Diamé. As Collins capitalised on some poor Norwich …

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West Ham 2-0 Norwich City: Collins & Diame pile pressure on Hughton

Sam Allardyce’s men jumped five places in the Premier League table thanks to late goals from the Wales and Senegal internationals, after the Canaries had the better of the chances

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Match Preview: West Ham v Norwich City

Team News: West Ham United (15th, 25 points) Andy Carroll serves the second of a three match ban after his red card against Swansea two weeks ago. Joe Cole and Mohamed Diame are both in the squad after receiving from their respective injuries. Norwich City (16th 25 points) Robert Snodgrass will need a late fitness… Read more »

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Transfer deadline day club by club: who went where and for how much

• Arsenal sign Kim Kallstrom on loan from Spartak Moscow • Crystal Palace bring in five players including Tom Ince Arsenal Ins Kim Kallstrom (Spartak Moscow, loan) Outs Nico Yennaris (Brentford, undisc), Chuba Akpom (Brentford, loan), Anthony Jeffrey (Wycombe, free ), Benik Afobe (Sheff Weds, loan), Emmanuel Frimpong (Barnsley, undisc), Billy Clifford (Colchester, loan), Park Chu-young (Watford, loan) Arsène Wenger’s interest in Julian Draxler raised hopes of a pulse-quickening deal but Schalke’s…

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Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend | Toby Moses

Arsenal’s resilient backbone, a Pulis reunion with Stoke, Chelsea’s crunch clash with Manchester United, and much more 1) Arsenal’s resilient backbone will dash Fulham hopes of an upset When Fulham travelled to the Emirates last season Arsenal let a two-goal lead slip, before eventually salvaging a 3-3 draw . Arsène Wenger’s side came close to doing something similar in Monday night’s 2-1 victory at Villa Park , but the resilient backbone they have developed over the last 18 months held firm. Much of the credit for that has gone to…

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Premier League: 10 talking points from the New Year’s Day action

Bendtner turns the tide, Nolan loses his mind, Mata’s strop elicits a cool response from Mourinho and Moyes morphs into Sir Alex 1) Could Arsenal finally see the benefit of Bendtner? In so many respects it was classic Nicklas Bendtner. On as a substitute against Cardiff City, he scored the crucial 88th-minute goal for Arsenal yet sprained his ankle in the process to be forced back off. As he limped round the fringes …

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