Tottenham Hotspur won what was by the end a comfortable game against the high-flying Saints, leading Mike to suggest that the Spurs of old may yet be back. This top 4 race is certainly one for the ages.
This past weekend, as always, presented us with some wonderful goals and moves. Chelsea continue to impress, City bounce back (is it really a bounce-back?) and United, oh dear.
Southampton continued their fine run of results with a dominant victory over Burnley. Alas, their staggering record of clean sheet exists no more.
The transfer window has been a small flame that is surely going to become a blazing inferno by the time it all ends on August 31. Who should look to do more? And who should be patted?
Victor Wanyama's impending move to Spurs is delightful news for Spurs' supporters and the manager. How will he fit into the team?
Amidst the current frenzy of international play, one recent Premier League move full of intrigue seems to have had the impact of raindrops on the river Seine.
Boxing day's matches, as usual, brought plenty of excitement for Premier League fans, but the big doorbuster was the table toppers Leicester playing oily rich Manchester City.
Huddersfield beat Reading in penalties in a tense and, ultimately, stalemate affair in the annual playoff game at Wembley, that sees the side managed by former Klopp protégé David Wagner get promoted.
The EFL Championship title-winners and runners-up have been decided, but the last spot for promotion to the Premier League is being contended by Huddersfield and Reading after their playoff victories.
Although missing out on the playoffs will leave a sour taste on Leeds' supporters, there are greater positives to take from this season, and it could get better once Radrizzani's takeover is complete.
Welcome to Soccity. Follow us on Twitter and Facebook to ensure you learn about the latest articles right as they come out. Not to mention, other cool stuff too.
Contact us: email@example.com
© Copyright 2021 - Soccity by RDM