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The Premier League returns: Strange times, stranger football

English football is set for (another) defiant return, bringing with it several bizarre subplots

Lampard vs Arteta: Managers of a forgotten generation

Two of football’s youngest coaches are competing for one of its highest honours. This tells us something about how the Premier League appoints manager

Manchester City CAS ruling counts for everything and nothing

It may leave a sour taste in the mouth, but the lack of sanction for Manchester City, aside from a fine that amounts to small change, doesn’t affect the bigger picture

Football will define its own destiny as it returns to a strange world

The superstars of the Premier League are back and how they do will determine whether they remain relevant – on and off the pitch

Three things we learned from the Premier League

Derby delight for the Red Devils kept them on Chelsea's coattails in the battle for a top-four finish, but it was also a good Sunday for the Blues as they thrashed Everton 4-0.

Three things we learned from the Premier League

Liverpool lost their invincibility as they were beaten by Watford who climbed out of the relegation zone. The top four race continued with its inconsistency

How Carlo Ancelotti has brought steel back to Everton

Everton are finally a team with direction again thanks to the Italian’s astute man-management

Three things we learned from the Premier League

Video Assistant Referee (VAR) was firmly back in the spotlight in the Premier League this weekend as Manchester United and Arsenal...

Simeone has lost his soldiers but not his bite

Liverpool will come up against a decidedly familiar iron will when they face Atleti

Three things we learned from the Premier League

Liverpool moved to within six victories of becoming champions of England while Man City dropped points on the road

Three things we learned from the Premier League

Liverpool's march towards the Premier League title gathered pace with a 2-0 win over rivals Manchester United. The...

The couch potato’s guide to sports over the holidays

If you can’t make it to the playing fields, don’t stress out. There’s plenty of entertainment to be found on the box

Women’s super league cash trap

Huge new interest has meant record-setting attendance for the women’s league. But not all is well, with a three-club stranglehold on success

Mourinho: ‘Special one’ or ‘surly one?’

The manager’s move to Spurs offers him a shot at redemption after his stint at Manchester United

It’s all in the interpretation

Translation are a vital bridge for foreign players and coaches working in the Chinese Super League

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Centre for Women & Gender Studies

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