Club by club review of the Premier League season

LONDON - Manchester City won their third straight Premier League crown after Arsenal's title challenge collapsed, big-spending Chelsea could only finish in mid-table and 2016 champions Leicester City were relegated.

Following is a summary of the campaigns of the 20 top-flight clubs, listed in order of their final positions.

Club by club review of the Premier League season


Revisiting The18’s awful Premier League 2022-23 predictions — wow how wrong we were

In July 2022 the great minds working at The18 put their heads together and tried to predict how the 2022-23 Premier League season would unfold. Looking back at our EPL predictions 10 months later we got a couple things right and several things very, very wrong.

Our predictions came out in two separate parts. The first prediction article had each of our individual picks for topics like the Golden Boot race, best American, teams relegated and more.

Man City claim third EPL title in-a-row after Arsenal lose to Nottingham Forest

NOTTINGHAM — Arsenal's last-flickering hopes of winning the Premier League were extinguished on Saturday by Nottingham Forest, whose 1-0 win courtesy of Taiwo Awoniyi secured their top-flight status.

Eight points clear at the top just two months ago, Mikel Arteta's team have had a dismal end to the season, with their latest defeat ensuring what had become an inevitable-looking consecutive title for Manchester City.

Papá de Marcelo Flores publica misterioso tuit: ¿Qué se viene en el futuro del futbolista?

¿Se acuerdan de Marcelo Flores? Bueno, aquí les viene un poco de humo en torno a su futuro: su papá publicó un "misterioso" tuit lleno de emojis que tiene a varios elaborando hipótesis en torno a su próximo destino.

Flechita soon, bandera de México, flechita soon, círculos rojo y blanco, balón de fútbol. Todo acompañado de fotos del jugador con la playera del Real Oviedo, la Selección Mexicana y el Arsenal.

Arsenal hopes crushed by Brighton as Man City on the brink of title

LONDON - The flickering embers of Arsenal's Premier League title dream were all but extinguished as they suffered a 3-0 home drubbing by Europe-chasing Brighton and Hove Albion on Sunday.

With relentless Manchester City winning at Everton in the earlier kickoff to move four points clear, long-time league leaders Arsenal knew only a victory would suffice.

An open letter to Chelsea fans: Are you guys OK?

Dearest Chelsea fandom,

I hope this letter finds you well, however I seriously doubt it. I trust that you witnessed yet another pathetic performance from your club on Tuesday as the once mighty Blues lost their sixth game in-a-row.

60,000 watch on in horror as Arsenal throw away place in Champions League final

When two teams are so evenly matched, the old cliché dictates that an individual piece of genius or a horrendous mistake will ultimately decide the outcome.

For Arsenal and Wolfsburg — with the score level at 4-4 on aggregate after nearly 190 minutes of action across the two legs — it was the unfortunate error that ultimately decided the tie.

Haaland lets his freak flag fly, sets record for most goals in a 38-game EPL season

After watching Manchester City's 4-1 beatdown of Arsenal on Wednesday, you might be tempted to say the only difference between the two sides is Kevin De Bruyne (two goals, one assist) and Erling Haaland (one goal, two assists), but when you consider the ludicrous amount of quality those two possess then the three-goal margin sounds about right.

Arsenal rally from 2-goal deficit in Women's Champions League semifinal

WOLFSBURG, Germany - Two-time European champions VfL Wolfsburg let a two-goal lead slip against Arsenal as the visitors fought back to earn a 2-2 draw in Sunday's Women's Champions League semifinal first leg.

Ewa Pajor and Sveindís Jane Jónsdóttir gave the home side a 2-0 lead inside the first half hour but Arsenal reduced the deficit through Rafaelle Souza on the stroke of halftime before Stina Blackstenius leveled in the second period.