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EPLRT: Southampton Update - How Hasenhuttl Turned Saints' Season Around

EPLRT: Southampton Update - How Hasenhuttl Turned Saints' Season Around

In this @EPLRoundTable segment we speak with @MrSamECox about Southampton's incredible form since the restart, how their season went on the whole, Hasenhuttl's impact in his first full season in charge, what led to Danny Ings incredible campaign, the Hojbjerg/Walker-Peters swap deal, other potential incomings and outgoings, and expectations for the coming 2020/21 campaign.

 

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EPLRT: Transfer Update - Hojbjerg and Walker-Peters Swap Clubs

EPLRT: Transfer Update - Hojbjerg and Walker-Peters Swap Clubs

In this @EPLRoundTable segment, @Kevrov and @MrSamECox discuss the Hojbjerg for Walker-Peters "swap" deal, how it came about, if it actually is a swap deal and if it even technically matters, the Saints perspective on Hojbjerg and his departure, The Tottenham take on Walker-Peters and his joining Southampton, how each player will settle in at their new clubs, and who won the deal.

 

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EPLRT: Arsenal Update - Arsenal Claim Another FA Cup Title

EPLRT: Arsenal Update - Arsenal Claim Another FA Cup Title

In this episode of the @EPLRoundTable we speak with @The_Jersey_Fitz about Arsenal's FA Cup win on Saturday why Arsenal have had so much success in this competition, how the 2019/20 campaign went on the whole, how the Arteta era has gone thus far, if Arsenal should re-sign Aubameyang, how to get the most out of the attack, potential incomings and outgoings, and early expectations for the 2020/21 campaign.

 

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CRT: S04E36 - Who Will Win the Championship Playoff Final?

CRT: S04E36 - Who Will Win the Championship Playoff Final?

In this episode of the @ChampionshipPod we discuss the playoff semi-final matches, if Fulham perform better without Mitrovic, the players to watch out for in the final, if either Fulham or Brentford can be considered an underdog, we preview the Championship Playoff Final, and predict who will be going up on Tuesday.

 

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EPL Index Articles

Ten Lower League Players That Premier League Clubs Should Target

Ten Lower League Players That Premier League Clubs Should Target

When it comes to transfers, football fans can get quite snobbish. They want the big shiny name. They want players that make other clubs jealous. The often overlook the value that can be had in the lower leagues, but in recent years we've seen a number of quality players purchased from Championship clubs, or even League One and League Two clubs. We have seen plenty of players who have spent there careers in the Championship gain promotion to the Premier …
Jose Mourinho Must Look To His Past To See The Future For Spurs

Jose Mourinho Must Look To His Past To See The Future For Spurs

Jose Mourinho. Mention his name in a room full of football fans and it will immediately spark debate about him, his legacy, his personality, his successes and his failures. There can be no denying his place among the greatest managers of all time. From his appointment at Porto in 2002 until the end of his second season with Real Madrid in 2012, Mourinho was sensationally successful. Seven league titles in four different leagues. Two Champions Leagues with underdog teams in …
Olympiacos through the lens of Tsimikas: How team environment impacts player performance

Olympiacos through the lens of Tsimikas: How team environment impacts player performance

Evaluating Nicolas Pepe's First Season At Arsenal

Evaluating Nicolas Pepe's First Season At Arsenal

Nicolas Pepe was Arsenal's big summer signing. The Gunners signed the winger from Lille for a club-record £72m, hoping he'd help push them into the top four. The team failed to reach that goal, but it's unfair to pin that solely on Pepe. That said, the Ivorian did have a turbulent first season in north London. From being benched by multiple managers, to assisting the winning goal in the FA Cup final he had highs and lows. Pepe was an …
Is Willian Really What Arsenal Need?

Is Willian Really What Arsenal Need?

Willian Borges da Silva looks set to leave Chelsea this summer after a very successful seven year spell that has seen him help the Blues to two Premier League titles, an FA Cup, a League Cup and a Europa League success. He has played a key role over his time at club and scored 63 goals under five different managers. He has been linked with a number of clubs who seem prepared to offer him the three year contract he …
Jadon Sancho would solve creativity weakness in Manchester United's squad

Jadon Sancho would solve creativity weakness in Manchester United's squad

Manchester United have yet to finish their 2019/20 season, as they remain in the Europa League, but they are already starting to make moves in the transfer market. Sky Sports report that they are close to agreeing personal terms with long-term target Jadon Sancho. The report goes on to say that Borussia Dortmund haven't relaxed their initial asking price of £108 million. However, there could be more flexibility in the payment schedule and the mood music is beginning to point …
Why Trincao makes perfect sense for Leicester City

Why Trincao makes perfect sense for Leicester City

According to reports in The Guardian Leicester City have launched an ambitious move to capture Portuguese winger Trincao from FC Barcelona. Fabrizio Romano has tweeted that the Foxes have approached Barca, who are desperate to raise funds to sign new players and will need to move on a number players this summer, with an offer of a two year loan with an obligation to buy for £50million on completion of the loan. On the face of it, it would be …
What went wrong for Bournemouth this season?

What went wrong for Bournemouth this season?

AFC Bournemouth never had any right to be in the Premier League. A small south coast team with a tiny stadium, they had spent their history slogging away in the lower leagues not even dreaming of one day playing in the top flight. Indeed, until the 1980's they'd never even played in the second tier of English football. But Eddie Howe changed that. He made fans dream, and then he turned those dreams into reality. Having taken over a club …
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