Tottenham scraped past Newcastle United 2-1 in its opening match of the 2018-19 Premier League season, but it wasn’t just the game, or the lack of transfers from Spurs, that had everyone talking. Instead, it was the goal celebration from Dele Alli, which has given rise to the Dele Alli challenge.
His goal restored the lead for Tottenham, and despite it being a pretty neat header, his celebration was the focus. Fans and footballers (and even managers) alike have tried to do it, and many have failed.
The Premier League, our beloved pinnacle of English football, is here glaring at us. With this pyramid of sports excellence comes the often unsung builders: the players who make this league superior to others.
We’ve all been waiting patiently since late May and thanks to the Russia World Cup, witnessing the finesse of some players has only amped up our excitement.
It’s important, fulfilling even, to count one’s blessings during times of joy and excitement. In this case, it’s counting down the 18 best Premier League players in the 2018-19 season.
To Salah or not to Salah? Can Alexis get back to being the cash cow that he was at Arsenal? Is Harry Kane in for a down year? Fantasy Premier League is back! And the questions are soaring. Throughout the season, we'll be posting our takes for the 38-week FPL season.
With the new Premier League season kicking off, predictions have been coming in thick and fast, but none as good as ours.
We’ve decided to spice things up a little bit and thought what better way to show how a team will perform than by picking a song that perfectly defines the season.
Sit back, relax and enjoy...or not (depending on who you support).
To our British readers or anyone who happens to be on vacation over yonder, you might want to check your wallets for some Harry Kane money.
Alas, "it" did not come home, but football fans in the UK have something to be excited about claiming as their own. Micro-engraver Graham Short has snuck the face of England’s captain/World Cup hero on to six £5 notes, each worth a whopping £50,000 ($65,676), in honor of him winning of the World Cup Golden Boot.
The new Tottenham stadium name was officially revealed on Thursday. Apparently the North London club wants to emulate Jerry World in Texas.
After spending a year at Wembley Stadium, the Spurs are eager to break in their new grounds for the upcoming campaign. They hope to have the venue ready for the curtain raiser against Liverpool on Sept. 15 after a couple test events.
On Thursday, the club announced the new Tottenham stadium name, and it’s not exactly original: Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.