Barclays Premier League
Week 1 of the Premier League season saw some very interesting results. Teams like Norwich and Southampton showed they can perform in the top tier, while teams like Aston Villa showed they are not to be taken lightly this season. However, as we all know, the Premier League season is a very, very long one, so expect much moving around in the league table. Here are our predictions for week 2. Read the rest of this entry »
The Premier League is finally upon us! After a long summer of big name signings, player dumps, and big name player pursuit rumors only to be let down once again by a frugal manager who keeps his wallet locked tighter than Fort Knox (sorry fellow Gooners), the long awaited season is here. To kick off the season (no pun intended) and the start of each week, Chris Wirth and I will be giving you our picks to win each game and offering our insight for each matchup. Now, to make this a little fun, we’re going to make this competitive. Each correct pick gets a point, and an extra point goes to whoever get’s the score-line correct. The points will be tallied up at the end of each week, and the person with the most points at the end of the season wins. Now, without further adieu, here are our picks for week 1 of the Premier League Season. Read the rest of this entry »
2012/13 EPL season and offseason recap
The English Premier League season starts next weekend. Whether you are a diehard soccer fan or new to the game, welcome to a new season. Take some time to check out the results for the top 6 teams from the past year and get an idea of what they could look like this year. Look for more in depth articles coming up with predictions of weekly games and post game analysis. If you are one of those new English Premier League fans I welcomed earlier check out some of the links at the bottom of this article to get an understanding of the different competitions talked about in this article. Read the rest of this entry »
Although both clubs played a hard fought, physical game, the final whistle blew and Arsenal and Everton would play to a scoreless draw. The draw would give the Gunners one more meaningful point, and inch them all the more closer to securing a spot in the Champions League for a 16th straight season.
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