When it comes to relegation from the EPL, it’s Sunderland’s time. And Middlesbrough aren’t far behind. But, Burnley is on a slippery slope as well.
After another rousing weekend of English Premier League action (it was okay), we have some thoughts. First, on the Sunderland/Manchester United match from Sunday morning:
Zlatan threw a devastating elbow Saturday against Bournemouth. And, punishment might actually follow. Also, how much longer does ArsA?ne Wenger have?
Fresh off their thrashing at the hands of Bayern, the relegation conversation begins again for Hamburga��one that’s becoming all too familiar.
Dele Alli is surging, and his recent performances are bringing some incredible numbers to the forefront. Oh, and Chelsea’s winning streak ended.
Manchester United may be playing well, but it’s not translating. Elsewhere Chelsea keep winning, Spurs keep slipping, and Bob Bradley finally sees a win.
It only took a few months for Antonio Conte to set up his currently-dominating Chelsea side. Can they keep rolling? We don’t see why not.
Liverpool’s back line may be shaky, but at the rate they’re scoring, that’s not going to matter much. And, will Tottenham ever score again?
It’s been all downhill for David Moyes since his time at Everton concluded. Sunderland is just another disastrous chapter in the manager’s career.
Arsenal, Manchester City, and Tottenham Hotspur all had a big opportunity this weekend. So, what does it mean now that they all whiffed on it?
In Moyes, there’s a new man in charge. Yet with Sunderland, the story always seems to remain the same. Now, so early on, they need a win in the worst way.
Another year, another relegation battle for Sunderland? That’s almost a sure bet. But can new manager and familiar face, David Moyes, take them higher?
The 2016-17 EPL season is still a couple weeks away and we’re already looking at seven managerial changes. Moyes is back! Who’s next on this carousel?
This week, starting at the bottom, we look at what each EPL team needs to succeed in the second half of the season.
What a season it’s been thus far in England. Long may it continue.
Can West Ham United and Leicester City keep up their improbable starts? There’s plenty of season left.
After moving to Tottenham Hotspur, chances have been limited for DeAndre Yedlin. With his loan move to Sunderland, he’ll finally have a chance to showcase himself.
The English Premier League is back! Though, that may not spell fun for everyone.