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CRT: Managerial Merry-Go-Round

CRT: Managerial Merry-Go-Round

In this offseason episode of the @ChampionshipPod we discuss the abundance of managerial changes including: Garry Monk being sacked by Birmingham, Woodgate being Hired by Middlesbrough, the Bilic appointment at West Brom, Swansea's switch from Potter to Cooper, Adkins departure from Hull, and if Darren Moore will get a job in the Championship this season.

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EPLRT: 2018/2019 Premier League Season Review - Part 2

EPLRT: 2018/2019 Premier League Season Review - Part 2

In this @EPLRoundTable special @Kevrov and @DaveHendrick_ break down the signings, seasons, and future of Leicester, Liverpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Newcastle United, Southampton, Tottenham, Watford, West Ham, and Wolverhampton.

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EPLRT: Chelsea Update - Hazard Departs, and Sarri's Likely Next

EPLRT: Chelsea Update - Hazard Departs, and Sarri's Likely Next

In this @EPLRoundTable segment we speak with @StevenClarkeCFC about all things Chelsea including winning the Europa League, Hazard's time at the club and departure, what the future holds for Sarri, if Lampard is the primary replacement option, the state of the transfer ban, and if injuries have derailed the youth movement at the club.

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EPLRT: 2018/19 Premier League Season Review - Part 1

EPLRT: 2018/19 Premier League Season Review - Part 1

In this @EPLRoundTable special @Kevrov and @DaveHendrick_ break down the signings, seasons, and future of Arsenal, Bournemouth, Brighton, Burnley, Cardiff, Chelsea, Crystal Palace, Everton, Fulham, and Huddersfield.

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EPL Index Articles

Can Anyone Break The Top Two?

Can Anyone Break The Top Two?

The gap between the top two and the rest of the top six in the Premier League ended up being on paper much, much larger than the gap between the rest of the top six and the rest of the Premier League. As such, Chelsea, Man United, Arsenal and Spurs (albeit to a lesser extent) have a lot of work to do this summer if they’re to bridge what appears to be an insurmountable gap. And whilst the transfer window …
Chelsea will never have a better opportunity to appoint Frank Lampard as manager

Chelsea will never have a better opportunity to appoint Frank Lampard as manager

Maurizio Sarri has now left Chelsea, which leaves a vacant manager's role at the club. There only appears to be one candidate with Frank Lampard the overwhelming favourite for the post. It represents a huge risk for the Blues, but taking their current situation into account, it could be the perfect time to bring a club legend back to the club. Chelsea are unable to sign players for the next two transfer windows, after being given a transfer ban last …
Manchester United are right to target Sean Longstaff

Manchester United are right to target Sean Longstaff

Manchester United continue to be linked to Newcastle United midfielder Sean Longstaff as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer attempts to stamp his identity on the current squad. The Mirror report that the Red Devils are closing in on a £25 million deal to bring the 21-year-old to Old Trafford.  Although this information goes against quotes from the player who stated that he was happy at his hometown club, despite the rumours. It will be difficult for Manchester United to complete a deal …
Difference between Football and Soccer

Difference between Football and Soccer

It is no secret that football happens to be one of the most popular sports in the world. As soon as the Football World Cup starts, craziness also starts. But then the question is; what is soccer and what is football? A lot of people do not really understand the difference. However, we are here to tell you that both games are different but do have some similarities. Football and Soccer Football is a name used to define sports that …
What Liverpool And Manchester City Need To Go Again Next Season

What Liverpool And Manchester City Need To Go Again Next Season

The top two sides in English football had barnstorming seasons in 2018-19. Manchester City retained the Premier League title in style, garnering an astounding 98 points in the campaign, after scaling the 100-point mark the previous season. Liverpool recorded the third highest points tally ever in finishing second with 97 points and capped an incredible year off by winning their sixth European title.  There will be no letting up in intensity from both sides though. In a season-ending interview with …
Why Manchester United need to sign Gareth Bale

Why Manchester United need to sign Gareth Bale

Manchester United are facing a crucial summer, as they attempt to re-establish themselves as a force under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer. Their transfer activity will be under intense scrutiny after the failures of previous summers. Daniel James has already joined the club from Swansea City, but supporters will be expecting bigger names if they are to come back to compete next season. The Mirror report that they could be ready to sign another Welshman, with the club looking at a possible …
Manchester United Sign a Welsh Winger: Daniel James from Swansea

Manchester United Sign a Welsh Winger: Daniel James from Swansea

For some time now Manchester United fans have been waiting for their club to announce the signing of a Welsh winger who plays on the left. It seems that their club has heard them and obliged, well sort of. United have indeed signed a Welsh left-winger. But he is not the one that United fans have been waiting for with bated breath. The first signing of the Ole Gunnar Solskjaer era is not that of the eagerly awaited Gareth Bale …
Eden Hazard Bids Adieu to Chelsea: A Galactico Leaves the Premier League

Eden Hazard Bids Adieu to Chelsea: A Galactico Leaves the Premier League

The quality of football in most leagues across the world can be represented best by a handful of players who somehow become synonymous with the league they have been playing in. Think of La Liga and you get an image of Lionel Messi in your head. One year back, Ronaldo’s image would have accompanied the Argentine’s image. Similarly, when someone mentions the English Premier League, or when a video commercial of the EPL airs anywhere in the world, one of …
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