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Premier League’s Top Teams of the Season
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Premier League’s Top Teams of the Season

Another season of English football is in the history books. This year, the Premier League was rife with fearsome competition as clubs across the country battled it out to determine who is truly the best. In many ways, this was a difficult season for everyone involved, but winners always manage to push through the adversity. With the Premier League champion crowned and numerous other tournaments completed, now is the time to look back and analyze the best teams of the season and review their efforts.  Manchester City As expected, Manchester City entered this season as the clear favorites and they did not disappoint. After walking away with the Premier League title after a 27-5-6 season, there are no arguments left. Manchester City may have had their shortcomings early on, but they...
Liverpool trigger Ibrahima Konate release clause
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Liverpool trigger Ibrahima Konate release clause

Reports suggest that Liverpool have triggered Ibrahima Konate's £36m release clause and hope to close a deal for the RB Leipzig defender in the coming days. Discussions are underway between both clubs for the 22-year-old center-back. Konate played 21 games for RB Leipzig this season with 8 starts in the Bundesliga as they finished second, 13 points behind eventual champions Bayern Munich. Liverpool need reinforcements in defense and the France U21 international alongside the likes of Virgil van Dijk, Joe Gomez, and Joel Matip who will be hoping to return before the start of next season will ensure this. It can be recalled that the aforementioned trio played no part in the majority of the 2020/21 season due to injuries. READ: 2020/21 UCL Final – The clash of the billionaires and...
2020/21 PL season – Top four drama awaits on the last day
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2020/21 PL season – Top four drama awaits on the last day

2020/21 Premier League season reaches its climax on Sunday as all teams will be in action simultaneously as expected. Some teams will be playing their last games in the Premier League till further notice as the three relegated teams have been confirmed namely, Fulham, West Brom, and Sheffield United. One can't help but wonder where it all went wrong for the latter who impressed under Chris Wilder last season. The strongest title contender Manchester City have also emerged victoriously and there won't be any drama for the title on the final day and it's been a while we experienced that. However, the race for the top four will be fierce on the final day as two spots are up for grabs. Manchester City and Manchester United have already sealed their place in next season's UEFA Champ...
Steven Gerrard inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame
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Steven Gerrard inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame

Liverpool legend and Rangers of Scotland manager Steven Gerrard has become the seventh former player to be inducted into the prestigious Premier League Hall of Fame. In his playing days, the 40-year-old Englishman made 710 appearances for the Reds in a career that spanned 17 years at Anfield, with nine major trophies to his name including the UEFA Champions League. The Liverpool legend is the first inductee that did not win the Premier League in his career. He has now joined the likes of Eric Cantona, Frank Lampard, Thierry Henry, Dennis Bergkamp, Alan Shearer, and Roy Keane on the list. Gerrard was appointed as Liverpool captain in 2003 and led the side to UCL success in 2005 in Istanbul by scoring the first goal that began the comeback from 3 goals down against AC Milan in the f...
Liverpool Fights For Top 4 in Final Days of EPL Season
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Liverpool Fights For Top 4 in Final Days of EPL Season

The fate of the Premier League title is decided: Manchester City has won its seventh. The runner-up and the third are, in turn, still undecided - Manchester United, Leicester, and Chelsea are just a few points apart. And then there’s the fate of the fourth spot in the rankings for this season - for which fifth-place Liverpool is still very much in play. Liverpool’s final matches this week will not only help it assure its position among the top four Premier League clubs this season but also pave its way for next year’s Champions League - so, it’s safe to say, the stakes are high. READ: Brighton set price tag for Yves Bissouma Liverpool Vs. Burnley On Wednesday, the Reds will meet Burnley FC at Turf Moor. Most outlets from Sky to keo168.com consider the Reds to be the favorite for th...
Brighton set price tag for Yves Bissouma
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Brighton set price tag for Yves Bissouma

Brighton and Hove Albion have warned the likes of Arsenal and Liverpool that a bid of around £40million would be required to sign midfielder Yves Bissouma this summer. The 24-year-old is one of the sought-after players after an impressive campaign with the Seagulls which has caught the eye and attracted the attention of Mikel Arteta and Jurgen Klopp. Bissouma, a Mali international, joined Brighton in 2018 and has been improving season after season since his arrival, coupled with the help and support of Graham Potter this season. Brighton desperately want to keep the player and they've done their best to persuade him to remain committed to their cause, adding that he would see a huge development in his play if he commits to another year at the Amex. Regardless, they are realisti...
EPL Clubs with Fans in Surprising Places
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EPL Clubs with Fans in Surprising Places

As you might expect, the vast majority of European football clubs have their biggest fan base right at home - people who don’t miss a match, constantly cheering from the grandstands, and willing to spill their blood for their teams, quite literally. But the English Premier League often has the same effect on football fans in other countries, too, gathering massive fan bases in countries where you may not even expect. Manchester United The Red Devils have many fans in many countries around the world, from Botswana to Zimbabwe, from Bangladesh to Vietnam. The latter - the Manchester United Supporters Club in Vietnam - is among the biggest. Football is among the most popular sports in the country, with both the local V.League 1 and international tournaments closely followed by news ou...
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Liverpool must exorcise the ‘home loss’ demon against Newcastle

Jurgen Klopp's Liverpool finally returned to winning ways in their last Premier League game at Anfield, beating Aston Villa 2:1. The German tactician has backed his side to make it to the Champions League places although he admitted that they are under pressure. Liverpool welcome a recently resurgent Newcastle United to Anfield on Saturday and the Reds must prove that they've exorcised the losses demon at Anfield that has seen them lose even to the worst teams at home in the Premier League in recent weeks. Today's game offers them the opportunity to prove that the win against Aston Villa was not a fluke and that they are intent on returning Anfield to its former status as one of the most difficult grounds for visiting teams in world football. READ: Schalke players may skip the ...
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Liverpool owner apologizes to fans, club and players

Liverpool FC owner John W Henry has apologized to all the club's supporters after the club's involvement in the proposals for the European Super League. The video of the apology was posted via the club's social media platform, where Henry solely accepted responsibility for the unnecessary negativity that has prevailed at the club in the past few days. The American owner noted that the happenings over the past few days are things that he won't forget. It can be recalled that Liverpool were among the 12 founding members of the European Super League but withdrew in dramatic fashion on Tuesday night alongside the other five English clubs that were involved. "I want to apologise to all the fans and supporters of Liverpool Football Club for the disruption I caused over the past 48 ho...
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Klopp’s comments resurfaces as European Super League plans are confirmed

Previous comments made by Jurgen Klopp on the European Super League have resurfaced after plans for a new breakaway competition were confirmed. The move is being led by 12 elite clubs including Manchester United, Liverpool, and Arsenal, who are intent on launching a new European tournament to rival the UEFA Champions League. The 12 founding clubs disclosed their intentions on Sunday night with a formal announcement and three major clubs are expected to join imminently. The move has been heavily criticized by supporters, fan groups, politicians, and leading football figures like Jamie Carragher and Gary Neville. READ: Thibaut Courtois – Real Madrid won’t cry about injuries However, none of the top figures from the clubs involved have broken their silence on the proposals but ...