My league predictions for the 2019/20 Premier League season.

It’s that time of the year again! Every year I announce my predictions for the upcoming Premier League season that confuses people and this year is no different. The following takes a look at how I think the table will look like once the season concludes in May:

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Arsenal’s Weekly Transfer Round-Up, 19th July

As far as transfer rumours go, this week has easily been the biggest week yet for Arsenal in the summer transfer window. Every day has consisted of at least one major story and it looks like the club is close to a few new signings. Elsewhere, the club has confirmed one departure on loan with more expected in the coming weeks. But anyway, here is the round-up of this week’s transfer headlines:

Incomings:

Outgoings:


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The FA’s treatment of VAR is ridiculous; they need to implement it wherever possible.

An underdog’s story is special. The ability to beat the odds and shock the system is always an intriguing narrative to unravel. However, due to the FA’s incompetency about VAR, Swansea City were unable to experience their own triumphant tale last weekend.

I, for one, am a big advocate of the implementation of VAR. It does not slow the game down significantly, nor is it the end of football as we know it. If bringing in more technology, like VAR, to make the game fairer results in my favoured team losing more often, so be it. I’d rather see my team lose fairly than see my team win by cheating.

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