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Players might be at risk for injury after coming back much earlier after the World Cup.
Manchester City is set to win it all but the rest of the positions will be interesting to see.
Manchester City may be their biggest enemy when it comes to repeating.
More and more fans are getting too smart to pay for high ticket prices.
West Brom gets a late season glimpse of happiness before inevitable relegation.
The FA needs to listen to FIFA to best handle this situation.
Aguero claimed the fan spit at him and hurled verbal abuse.
The man reportedly kicked Sterling and called him racist names.
United and City reportedly kept up Derby hostilites after the game ended
Manchester City moves up to an 11 point lead in the Premier League.
The Citizens have scored 15 goals in 3 matches and the club is starting to look like a prototypical Guardiola outfit, that's bad news for their rivals
Should Arsenal be hitting the panic button?
Welcome to the gentrification of European soccer.
An English team hasn't won since the 2011-12 season.
Soccer fans are intensely passionate about this stuff because it's important.
The Spaniards first season in the Premier League was disappointing, but City's squad should be deep enough to contend.
Everyone is swimming in a Scrooge McDuck pool of gold.
It's the final match day of the Premier League season, and with the title wrapped up and relegation settled, all the drama belongs to the race for the top four.
Both teams had opportunities to win but wound up splitting the points.
Manchester City need better defenders, but are they actually going to look to improving the defense?