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Reigning Premier League Champions Manchester City proved why many see them as the favorites to once again win the title this season as they swept past Huddersfield Town.
Veteran striker Sergio Aguero proved during the match that he still has it despite being 30-years-old as he struck a hat-rick to lead his side to a convincing victory at the Etihad Stadium.
While Joe Gorenc did manage to score for Town, there were never a threat and goals from Gabriel Jesus, Aguero,David Silva and an own goal from Terrence Kongolo allowed Pep Guardiola’s …

The 2018/19 Premier League fixtures have been released and we’ve listed all 380 games that will be played by Arsenal, Bournemouth, Brighton & Hove Albion, Burnley, Cardiff City, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, Huddersfield Town, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Southampton, Tottenham Hotspur, Watford, West Ham United and Wolverhampton Wanderers.
Saturday, August 11, 2018

Bournemouth v Cardiff
Arsenal v Man City
Fulham v Crystal Palace
Huddersfield v Chelsea
Liverpool v West Ham
Man United v Leicester
Newcastle v Tottenham
Southampton v Burnley
Watford v Brighton
Wolves v Everton

Saturday, August 18

Brighton v Man United
Burnley v Watford
Cardiff v …

Its been a tough couple of weeks for football managers. I have been pretty confused and shocked about certain decisions made by clubs lately. Now everyone knows that managing a Football Club is no easy job, It is simply put down to tactics, players, and resources but recently another factor has made a huge contribution to a managers job, the clubs board. I don’t know about you, but I think a club should have ambitions at the start of the season and that they should made clear to the manager. If these …

Valentine’s week. A time of love, happiness and compassion for all. But not in the English leagues it seems! On Monday, Mick McCarthy was sacked by Wolverhampton Wanderers, bringing an end to his 5 1/2 year tenure. All this despite leading Wolves back to the Premier League, and maintaining their Premier League status in the seasons that followed during his lengthy stint. Many will not be surprised by the sacking, given Wolves standing in the Premier League. Wolves have been battling relegation all season, and the 5-1 defeat to Black Country …

The football “professional foul” is a fairly recent phenomenon. Years ago the prospect of waving a red card at a player for fouling an opponent and ruining a goalscoring opportunity would never have been considered. Now it is common practice and as a consequence more and more matches are finishing with teams having less than 11 players on the field. Is this a good thing? Does such a crime warrant a player being sent off? Are we looking at the full options?
I have …

At the end of May we will all once again be fantasizing at the prospect of John Terry raising aloft the World Cup trophy, dreaming of that Wayne Rooney blockbuster winning goal in the final, and salivating at the prospect of watching some wonderful football. It will also mean the end of another season of following our clubs. But what did happen to your club, and what happened to mine?
This season has seen some wholesale changes at Huddersfield, another new birth at a club long since starved of …