After a round of action packed drama, it's not too early in the season to start picking up on talking points as we look at ten things we learned from the Premier League this weekend
Manchester City and Arsenal continue their perfect starts to the new Premier League season while Manchester United are rooted to the foot of the league table.
Ange Postecoglou has so far added seven players to his squad for the 2022/23 campaign but is still said to want one more.
There are a number of players who are just sort of there. They’re really good at football, clearly. You never get to play a Premier League game without having something about you. But at this moment in time,
Former United defender Neville gave his verdict on his old club too, labelling Old Trafford ‘a graveyard for football players’ and saying that they have only made two good signings since 2013. But when asked about the two most underrated players he has ever faced in the Premier League,
ALBION star Moises Caicedo is attracting interest from other clubs in the Premier League. The Ecuadorian has been in brilliant form since he was brought into the team by manager Graham Potter last season.
Anthony Taylor has received criticism following his handling of Chelsea's clash with Tottenham on Sunday which contained two controversial goals including Harry Kane's late equaliser
Liverpool look set to miss out on landing Sporting midfielder Matheus Nunes as their Premier League rivals Wolves are reportedly closing in on a club-record £42million deal to sign him. The Reds have already signed three new players this summer but have been tipped to bolster their squad further before the transfer window closes at the start of next month.
Former referee Samir Othman has revealed a member of staff unplugged the VAR in the Egyptian Premier League to make tea
Plus: Tottenham head coach Antonio Conte Conte admits his side remains a level below what Chelsea are producing, Taiwo Awoniyis dream Premier League debut and another baron day for David Moyes and Wes
Man Utd are bottom of the Premier League after losing their first two matches; last seasons top scorer Cristiano Ronaldos future at the club is uncertain; Gary Neville believes United could finish in
Liverpool dominated much of the game against Crystal Palace on Monday night, however they conceded a costly opener on the counter before going down to ten min in the second half
Nkomo was watching the football game in Fingo Bottle Store with his brother in the rural village of Mbembesi when he got into an argument.