There were many talking points in a busy weekend in the Premier League. Sergio Aguero propelled title favourites Man City to a 6-1 win, scoring five goals against Newcastle. Chelsea lost their fourth match of the eight so far played, losing to Southampton 3-1, and Arsenal thrashed Man United 3-0 in a surprising game at the Emirates. Continue reading “Premier League round up: Aguero stars, Chelsea lose and Arsenal beat United”
Manchester United’s purchase of nineteen-year-old striker Anthony Martial from Monaco for a hefty £36 million was the biggest move of transfer deadline day. Other big stories included David De Gea’s collapsed move to Real Madrid and Everton and Southampton both bought defenders. Continue reading “United swoop for £36 million teenager”
It’s that time again, as football fans up and down the country start to eagerly anticipate the beginning of the new football season. Will Chelsea triumph once more, or will the title return to Manchester? Will Manchester United and Liverpool’s high-spending summer pay off? How will the teams promoted from the Championship fare? This post will tackle all those questions and more, as Teen Sport News tries to predict where each team will finish in thirty-eight games time. Continue reading “Premier League Predictions 2015-16”
Liverpool have joined the race for a Champions League place after they beat Southampton 2-0 Continue reading “Premier League round up: Liverpool push for Champions League spot”
Welcome to my annual predictions post. This is where I will tell you where I think each Premier League team will finish, and for the first time I will give a paragraph with my thoughts on each team.
While last time pre-season was about new managers, this time it is the players who have come to the league and those that have left.
The league’s top scorer, Luis Suarez, has left Liverpool to go to Spanish giants Barcelona for £75 million. Star players such as Alexis Sanchez at Arsenal, Diego Costa for Chelsea and Luke Shaw to Manchester United are just some of the star names playing for their teams this season.
Here is my guide to the Premier League 2014. Continue reading “My Premier League predictions: 2014-15”
Daniel Sturridge rescued a point for Liverpool in an exciting Merseyside derby earlier.
Three goals in the first 20 minutes set it up to be a cracker, and Liverpool and Everton didn’t disappoint. An early Phillipe Coutinho goal put the visitors (if you can call the Reds that – Anfield is just across Stanley Park from Goodison Park) in front. However, Kevin Mirallas soon leveled less than five minutes later. Continue reading “Premier League round-up: Sturridge rescues point for Liverpool in brilliant Merseyside derby”
Liverpool and Southampton stayed hot on Arsenal’s heels as they recorded big wins.
Liverpool thrashed struggling Fulham 4-0 as Luis Suarez scored two. It puts Martin Jol’s position as the Cottagers’ manager even more in doubt.
Southampton, who along with Liverpool have been the surprise of the season, beat Hull 4-1.
A late penalty saved Chelsea from defeat home to West Brom. Bottom side Crystal Palace held Everton to a draw.
The full results are:
Liverpool 4-0 Fulham
Southampton 4-1 Hull
Norwich 3-1 West Ham
Aston Villa 2-0 Cardiff
Chelsea 2-2 West Brom
Crystal Palace 0-0 Everton