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    Premier League prepared for VAR controversies next season

    The Premier League says there is "no doubt" video assistant referees (VAR) will cause controversy next season but it is "prepared" for it. VAR will be used in the English top-flight for the first time in the 2019-20 season. It has been controversially used in World Cups, Champions League and...
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    Lecicester City crowned Premier League champions

    After the Chelsea v Spurs game last night Leicester have been crowned premier league champions. Congratulations to all involved at the club.
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    Leicester move a step closer to winning the league

    Source: Sunderland 0-2 Leicester City
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    Who's going to win the Premier league this year?

    With Leicester now 7 points clear at the top of the league do you think they will hold on and win the title?
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    Pep Guardiola: Bayern Munich boss wants to coach in England

    Pep Guardiola says he is leaving Bayern Munich to manage in England. The former Barcelona boss recently announced he would not extend his contract in Germany when it expires at the end of this season. Guardiola, 44, has been linked with Premier League clubs Manchester City, Manchester United...
  6. Newcastle United F.C.

    Newcastle United F.C.

    FOOTBALL in its modern form arouses passions on Tyneside like no other sport or pastime. Yet the North East region was one of the country's late developers and not until around 1890 did Tyneside see rapid progress made, several years after other parts of the country had seen football flourish...
  7. Sunderland AFC

    Sunderland AFC

    Sunderland Association Football Club is an English professional football club based in the North East city of Sunderland in the larger metropolitan area of Tyne and Wear. The club currently plays in the Premier League, the top league of English football. Since its formation in 1879, the club has...
  8. Crystal Palace

    Crystal Palace

    As far back as 1861, it is believed that workers at the famous exhibition building formed the initial Crystal Palace team as an amateur club. They became founder members of the Football Association and competed in the first FA Cup, reaching the semi-finals where they were eliminated by the Royal...
  9. Aston Villa

    Aston Villa

    Aston Villa Football Club; also known as Villa, The Villa, The Villans, The Lions) is a professional football club based in Witton, Birmingham, who play in the Premier League, the highest level of English football. Founded in 1874, they have played at their current home ground, Villa Park, since...
  10. AFC Bournemouth

    AFC Bournemouth

    The Early Years The present football club can trace its roots as far back as 1890 when Boscombe St. Johns Institute Football Club were playing in local football. They disbanded in 1899 and from the remains of that club, Boscombe FC were formed at a meeting under the streetlights in Gladstone...
  11. Tottenham Hotspur

    Tottenham Hotspur

    On Tuesday 5 September 1882, the Hotspur Football Club was formed by grammar-school boys from the Bible class at All Hallows Church. They were also members of Hotspur Cricket Club. It is possible that the name Hotspur was associated with Sir Henry Percy, who was "Harry Hotspur" of Shakespeare's...
  12. Manchester United

    Manchester United

    Manchester United Football Club was first formed in 1878, albeit under a different name - Newton Heath LYR (Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway). Little suspecting the impact they were about to have on the national, even global game, the workers in the railway yard at Newton Heath indulged their...
  13. Chelsea


    Chelsea Football Club has been good at celebrating special anniversaries. The year 2005 saw us reach the major milestone of 100 years-old. What better way was there to mark the centenary than by becoming champions of England for the second time in our existence? Our golden jubilee had been...
  14. Liverpool FC

    Liverpool FC

    When the Football League was founded in 1888, Anfield was one of the League's original grounds. On September 8th of that year - the very first Saturday of League football - Anfield welcomed as visitors Accrington to play not against the 'Reds', but the 'Blues' of Everton Football Club. The blue...
  15. Arsenal


    A small group of Scots sowed the seed which would grow into one of the most famous names in football. David Danskin, from Kirkcaldy in Fife, worked at the Arsenal munitions factory in Woolwich. The Scot, a football man in an area dominated by rugby and cricket, founded a team with the help of...