Premier League appoints Guardian’s David Pemsel as chief executive

Clubs say Pemsel hired because of his straightforward style and personal integrity The Premier League has appointed the Guardian’s David Pemsel as its brand-new chief executive. Confirmation of the appointed came at a Premier League meeting on Wednesday morning. Bruce…

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Aubameyangs Arsenal winner gives Steve Bruce losing start at Newcastle

A deft second-half finish from Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang held Arsenal a 1-0 succes over Newcastle at St James Park A little bit of a boycott and an frightening much of rainfall be guaranteed that Steve Bruce’s Newcastle United reign began in…

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Why there is no accounting for a large slice of luck in the Premier League | Greg Wood

Football data shows that chance comedies a significant and perhaps fateful persona in one join in six in the Premier League Back in the late 1990 s a bookmaking conglomerate came up with an interesting brand-new activity to keep the…

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At home with Vincent Kompany: ‘Setbacks, racism everything fed my fire’

The Manchester City captain talks frankly about the bad course he virtually made as a girl, lunatic politicians and life after football It is 10 am working on an early spring day when I haul up at the electric doors…

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Liverpool left disappointed but proud as the big prize fails to arrive | Andy Hunter

Liverpools record number of spots and the individual accolades were nice but all the supposes were of what might have been in the Premier League climax You Make My Dreams Come True by Hall& Oates was a strange choice of…

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Newcastles DeAndre Yedlin hands points to Chelsea after own goal

The Newcastle United defender diverted Marcos Alonsos volley into his own net to contribute Chelsea a 2-1 succes at St James Park The temperature felt far extremely chilly for Italy in August and the rainwater had a drearily English persistence…

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Arsne Wenger jumped because he feared push from Arsenal board

Arsne Wenger made the seismic decision to walk away from Arsenal on his own terms because he was mindful of the very real threat that he would be sacked at the end of the season Arsene Wenger made the seismic…

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Want to understand politics in the last 25 years? Look at football

In the early 1990s a few ambitious politicians rejected redistribution for a new capitalism based on equal opportunities and the free market. Some people became filthy rich and others turned to grassroots politics. Sound familiar? Philosopher, semiotician and lifelong football…

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Bet your shirt on it: the changing face of Premier League sponsorships | Paul MacInnes

Twenty seasons ago not a single Premier League jersey carried the word of a gambling busines now nine do. We draw current trends on the most cost-effective poster you can buy and examine the impact sponsorship has Fun8 8 is…

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Amazon and Facebook keen on Premier League rights, say Manchester United

The Manchester United vice-chairman, Ed Woodward, said he accepted engage from technology companies and announced another time of evidence income by his club Amazon and Facebook are likely to bid for Premier League streaming claims, which will greatly escalate the…

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