Premier League

Sadio Mané Second Liverpool Player To Test Positive For Covid-19 This Week

Liverpool forward Sadio Mané has become the second player from the English Premier League champions to test positive for COVID-19 this week.

The club said in a statement on Friday that the Senegalese, who scored in Monday's 3-1 league win over Arsenal, has displayed minor symptoms of the virus but feels in good health overall.

Sheffield United Breaks Club Transfer Record For Liverpool Youngster

Sheffield United has signed Liverpool's 20-year-old striker Rhian Brewster on a five-year deal in a club-record deal, the Premier League outfit said on Friday.

United did not disclose the transfer fee but British media said it paid 23.5 million pounds ($30.40 million) for the England Under-21 international.

Rhian Brewster Transfer Fee: $30.4 million

Sean Dyche Demonstrates The Beauty Of Matches Without Fake Crowd Noise

Sean Dyche's Burnley side may have suffered a 3-0 defeat to Manchester City in the Carabao Cup on Wednesday, but the English manager still provided a memorable moment from the Turf Moor toucline. 

With the game already decided in the 75th minute, Man City striker Raheem Sterling put in a hard foul on Clarets right back Matthew Lowton. Sterling protested the foul, which resulted in a booking, and in return received a few wise words from Dyche on the Burnley bench.

Aston Villa Completes Surprise Loan Deal For Ross Barkley

In what is perhaps one of the most surprising transfer developments of the week, Aston Villa completed the season-long loan signing of Ross Barkley from Chelsea on Wednesday.

Jürgen Klopp And Roy Keane Edge Closer To The Pay-Per-View Fight We All Want To See

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp hit back at television pundit and former Manchester United captain Roy Keane on Monday after the Irishman described the Premier League champions' defending in a 3-1 win over Arsenal on Monday as "sloppy.”

Liverpool have won all three of their league games so far this season, beating visiting Leeds United 4-3 and winning 2-0 at Chelsea, but while praising Klopp's side Keane said they had shown the ability to win while not being perfect in defending.

A List Of Every Current EPL Club's Worst League Loss

I gagged on my toast when I Googled “epl scores” and saw Leicester City putting the hammer down on last season’s runner-up, Manchester City. The Foxes 5-2 demolition of City had me wondering what was the worse loss City had ever suffered.

Sadio Mané And Trent Alexander-Arnold Star In Liverpool’s Commanding Win Over Arsenal

Premier League champions Liverpool maintained their 100% start to the season with a 3-1 win against Arsenal at Anfield on Monday leaving them level on nine points with pacesetters Everton and Leicester City.

Liverpool created the early openings with Trent Alexander Arnold causing the visitors problems down their left. His cross was headed towards goal by Virgil van Dijk but Arsenal's David Luiz cleared off the line and then another ball from the full-back was volleyed straight at goalkeeper Bernd Leno by Sadio Mane.

Is It Too Early To Just Relegate Fulham From The Premier League?

Let's face it: Fulham is bad this season, like, really bad. 

The Cottagers have lost 3-0 to Arsenal, 4-3 to Leeds and 3-0 to Aston Villa. Through three matches, Fulham is on pace to allow 126 goals, which would break the record of 100 goals conceded by Swindon Town in 1993-94.

Fulham has barely even looked competitive this season, allowing goals in the first 10 minutes of all three matches so far.

José Mourinho Admits That Carabao Cup Is Entirely Worthless As Fixtures Pile Up

Tottenham manager José Mourinho believes their packed fixture schedule will force them to prioritize the more lucrative Europa League over the League Cup in a bid to avoid further injuries in the squad.

Spurs host Chelsea on Tuesday in the League Cup fourth round, two days before Maccabi Haifa's visit to north London for a Europa League playoff match. Mourinho said the English Football League "made the decision" for him and he had no option but to rotate the squad for the London derby.

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