Premier League Predictions For 2016-2017 - Forbes

This week there have been four posts previewing each of the twenty Premier League clubs. On Tuesday, it was Leicester, Manchester United, Stoke City, Watford, and Sunderland. The following day it was Arsenal, Chelsea, Southampton, West Brom, and ...

History suggests defeat is not an option for Leicester or Arsenal if they want to win the title - Metro

Arsenal and Leicester go into next weekend's clash with history suggesting it is a game neither side can afford to lose if they want to win the title. Last season's top two sides meet at the King Power in a fixture which takes on added importance after ...

Hull won't survive without new players, warns Phelan - Belfast Telegraph

Hull City's Robert Snodgrass (left) and David Meyler celebrate after the Premier League match. 1 1 Hull City's Robert Snodgrass (left) and David Meyler celebrate after the Premier League match at the KCOM Stadium, Hull. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

How did the Premier League debutants fare? 10 new boys assessed after opening weekend - Mirror.co.uk

It's been a thrilling opening weekend of the Premier League season with the champions Leicester suffering a shock defeat at Hull. The Zlatan Ibrahimovic show inspired Manchester United to an opening weekend victory as Jose Mourinho put down a marker ...

Hull's Robert Snodgrass starts Leicester title defence with shock defeat - The Guardian

Robert Snodgrass, centre, celebrates scoring Hull City's winner against Leicester City. Photograph: Craig Brough/Reuters. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on Pinterest · Share ...

Curtis Davies insists huddle after Hull City's win against Leicester let out frustration of shambolic pre-season - Daily Mail

Curtis Davies described the huddle he led after Hull's shock victory over champions Leicester as a means of venting frustrations over a shambolic pre-season — but he called for fresh signings quickly as 'there's only so far you can get on emotion ...

Hull's players call on Michael Phelan to be appointed permanent manager as Leicester fall to surprise defeat - Telegraph.co.uk

Curtis Davies has pleaded with Hull City to end the turmoil at the newly-promoted club and also appoint Michael Phelan as their permanent manager. Following the astonishing opening day victory over champions Leicester City, the Hull captain gave an ...

Leicester title defence won't get easier admits Danny Simpson following shock opening loss to crisis-hit Hull - Mirror.co.uk

Gary Lineker may have been busy showing off a bit of Leicester front in his underwear on Match Of The Day . Yet Foxes skipper Danny Simpson was more concerned about the target on the team's back after they started their title defence with a shock loss.

Hull captain backs caretaker boss Mike Phelan to be made manager permanently after shock win over champions ... - Mirror.co.uk

Curtis Davies has no idea what the future holds for Hull City – but is certain that Mike Phelan should be their full-time manager. The stand-in captain believes his temporary boss can restore some sanity to the newly-promoted, crisis-hit club after ...

Five things we learned from Premier League opening weekend - Yahoo Sports

Manchester United is off to a towering start with Zlatan Ibrahimovic and Jose Mourinho. (SNAPPA Sports). More. On Saturday, the Premier League kicked off the 2016-17 campaign with an exciting start to a season that saw champion Leicester City lose to ...

Every club, every deal: Your comprehensive Premier League commercial preview - SportsPro Media

The 'world's richest league' begins this weekend and, after a wonderfully surprising 2015/16 campaign, the new Premier League season promises the customary start-of-season hyperbole. Posted: August 12 2016; By: George Dudley. Every club, every deal: ...

Mike Phelan feels the frustration at Hull's approach to recruitment of players - Daily Mail

Hull caretaker manager Mike Phelan has warned the club's morale-boosting start to the season will be unsustainable without new signings. The Tigers conjured the unlikeliest of 2-1 victories over champions Leicester in the first match of the Premier ...

Hull City and Mike Phelan wait for news of Chinese takeover - The Guardian

Hull's caretaker manager Mike Phelan was able to call on only 13 fit senior players against Leicester City. Photograph: Nigel French/PA. Share on Facebook · Share on Twitter · Share via Email; View more sharing options; Share on LinkedIn · Share on ...

Hull 2-1 Leicester City analysis: Okazaki influence, centre-back wobbles and more - Leicester Mercury

Shinji Okazaki's skill as a support striker should not be downplayed. The Japanese forward was one of City's sharpest players in pre-season and in his 22-minute substitute appearance at the KCOM Stadium, he showed glimpses of his value to the team.

11 things we learned from the Premier League's opening day as Pep Guardiola starts with a win - Mirror.co.uk

While it's not been a barren footballing summer with Euro 2016 and all manner of pre-season friendly tournaments to keep us going, the proper stuff got underway on Saturday lunchtime, when champions Leicester went to crisis-hit Hull. And it didn't take ...

Pep Guardiola admits the luck factor in Manchester City win, emphasises on need for aggression - Daily News & Analysis

Josep Guardiola, Manager of Manchester City shows his appreication for Nolito of Manchester City efforts after being subbed during the Premier League match between Manchester City and Sunderland at Etihad Stadium on August 13, 2016 in Manchester, ...

Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri warns of tougher season after opening day defeat - Daily News & Analysis

Jamie Vardy of Leicester City and Claudio Ranieri, Manager of Leicester City talk on the touchline during the Premier League match between Hull City and Leicester City at KCOM Stadium on August 13, 2016 in Hull, England. Shares2. Sun, 14 Aug ...

Premier League preview: Ready for another interesting season - Toronto Sun

After one of the most unpredictable and shocking seasons in Premier League history, a lot of the top teams hit the reset button and we should be in for another interesting season. Chelsea and the two Manchester clubs all brought on new, world-class ...

We round up the best Opta stats from Saturday's Premier League action - SkySports

Leicester City were the first reigning top-flight champions to lose their opening game of the following league season since Arsenal in 1989/90 - the Gunners lost 1-4 away at Manchester United on August 19, 1989. Premier League,1st April, 07:00am.

Premier League: Hull City Stun Champs Leicester, Manchester City Make Winning Start - NDTVSports.com

Leicester City's Premier League title defence got off to a dismal start as crisis-club Hull City clinched a 2-1 win over the champions, while the Pep Guardiola era at Manchester City started with a dramatic 2-1 victory against Sunderland on Saturday's ...