• A pitchside view of an empty Emirates Stadium

    Halfway There: The Arsenal Renaissance

    Sixteen wins. Two draws. One Loss.  Premier League followers would typically identify the likes of Manchester City and Liverpool to be displaying this sort of form at the half-way stage of the season. However, this year has proved that it is not the standard two-horse race between Pep Guardiola...
  • Premier League Preview – Southern Half

    With the Premier League recently underway once more, Daniel Evans returns with the second half of his season preview (written ahead of the opening weekend), this time looking at the ten most southernly sides. ...
  • Premier League Transfer Round-Up – Part One

    The Premier League returns once more this weekend after yet another summer of bustling transfer activity. Hundreds of millions of pounds have parted ways with some of the sport’s richest clubs, and even more huge footballing names have arrived on British shores. Vinay Patel rounds up the action from...
  • Premier League Roundup: Gameweek 4

    Rhys Thomas Many football fans were grateful for the return of the Premier League following the first international break of the season, and with good reason as Rhys explains.  Crystal Palace delivered a fantastic 3-0 win over Spurs in the early kick-off, with deadline day signing and debutant Odsonne...
  • The Premier League’s Opening Weekend Fails To Disappoint

    Rhys Thomas No draws, 34 goals, and the reinstatement of full stadiums: the Premier League returned in fantastic form. Success for newly promoted sides, familiar woes for some, and a shock defeat for the champions ensured a fast start to a promising season. Rhys Thomas offers an overview of...
  • Another ‘fresh start’ at the City Ground

    Recent weeks have revealed a lot at the City Ground. Forest’s gazillionth ‘fresh start’ of the decade has allowed their players to show what they are truly capable of in the last two games, softening the blow that many fans felt when the club showed Mark Warburton the door....
  • Why won’t Arsenal just get rid of Wenger?

    It seems questions surrounding Wenger’s competence are asked every week on Match of the Day, so is Arsenal’s record really his fault and why won’t they get rid of him? Arsenal were sixth in the Premier League table after their game with Watford, but were 9 points from the top...