Barclays Premier League

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Jose Mourinho,Chelsea,Barclays Premier League,

Photo: Jose Mourinho (Getty Images)

The Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho was charged for comments made on Saturday about the referee against Southampton. Mourinho was left displeased with decisions made by the referee on the day after his team went down to 3-1 to Southampton. Mourinho in an interviewed questioned why referees don’t want to give his team penalties.

Here was what the “Special One said in an interview:

“I think it’s time for people to be honest and say that I’m right.

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Brendan Rodgers,Liverpool,Barclays Premier League,

Photo: Former Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers (Getty Images)

Liverpool sacked Brendan Rodgers following their 1-1 draw with Everton on Sunday. The Mersyside derby was a very important match for Rogers and had he won that game he would have kept his job a bit longer. The draw against Everton means that Rogers and Liverpool had only managed to win 1 of their last 9 games.

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Manchester City,Barclays Premier League,Yaya Toure,Vincent Kompany,

Photo: Manchester City captain, Vincent Kompany heads home his team's third goal as the former champions cruised to a 3-0 win over West Brom over the Hawthorns on Monday night. (AFP)

Manchester City moved to the top of the Barclays Premier League on goal difference when they cruised to a 3-0 win over West Brom at the Hawthorns, in the first Monday Night match of the new season. A Yaya Toure first half brace gave them a comfortable lead before Captain Vincent Kompany put the game to bed with the third of the game as, the former champions barely broke a sweat.

 |  Written by Dwayne Richards  |  0
Arsenal,Arsene Wenger,West Ham,Petr Cech,Barclays Premier League,

Photo: Cheikhou Kouyate heads past Petr Cech to give West Ham the lead against Arsenal at the Emirates on Sunday. West Ham went on to win the game 2-0 and end an eight year unbeaten streak against Arsene Wenger's men. (Getty Images)

Arsene Wenger saw his team’s eight year unbeaten run against West Ham snapped on Sunday as they endured a nightmarish start to the Barclays Premier League, beaten 2-0 at the Emirates Stadium in front of their bewildered supporters.

 |  Written by Marvin Walters  |  0
Arsene Wenger,Arsenal,Barclays Premier League,West Ham,

Jesus said in a parable "The stone which the builders rejected Has become the chief corner stone" in Psalms 118 verse 22. This was clearly demonstrated by Arsene Wenger last weekend, after signing Peter Chec over the summer he was instrumental in breaking the 13 winless drought against Chec's old boss Jose Mourinho. A superb strike from Ox-laid Chamberlain was enough to allow Arsene Wenger for the first time ever, to claim victory over Jose Mourinho after amazingly trying for 14 times! Never say never!

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0
Barclays Premier League,Manchester United,Chelsea,Manchester City,

The Barclays Premier League takes centre stage this weekend with Chelsea looking to extend their lead at the top and get themselves out of sight. Jose Mourinho seems to be happy with the situation at the moment and even insisted that he wants to remain at Chelsea for as long as possible. Manuel Pellegrini on the other hand hinted at a Wilfried Bony debut against Newcastle and hopes his Man City team will make up some ground in the title race.

 |  Written by Marvin Walters  |  0
Alexis Sanchez,Arsenal,Barclays Premier League,

Photo: Alexis Sanchez (Getty Images)

Arsenal May not be in the top four currently in the English Premier League, but they are certainly clawing their way back to the top. Since the exit of players like Patrick Viera, Theiry Henry, Robert Pirez, Tony Adams and David Seaman, Arsenal has not managed to look the same. Last season was the closest they got to lifting the coveted title again by introducing Mezut Ozil, Santi Carzola, and Lucas Poldolski.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  3
Steven Gerrard,Liverpool,UEFA Champions League,Barclays Premier League,

Photo: Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard (Getty Images)

 

Perhaps the most significant moment in English Football along with the retirement of Sir Alex Ferguson from Manchester United, the departure of Steven Gerrard from Liverpool is historic. The 34 year old midfield general will depart Anfield and the Kop at the end of this season ending his 26 years association with his boyhood club.

 |  Written by Yashiema Love  |  0
Champions League,Barclays Premier League

Photo: Champions League draw (AP)

 

With the busy and exciting Festive Period about to take centrestage in the Barclays Premier League, other leagues around Europe are already on a break as they recognize the Christmas holidays. The top clubs in Italy, Spain and Germany in particular who are still in the Champions League will be afforded time off, which could be of huge significance as their players can get some much needed rest as well as time to relax with their families.

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