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Premier League’s opening madness may well shatter our preconceptions

Thanks to several unique circumstances, this season will likely confound everyone, from pundits to economists

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

Corporate and broadcast deals push PSL to restart

Football will return, but the players are likely to have very little time to acquaint themselves with the "new normal"

Pundits cling to football’s racial tropes

A study of European 2019 season commentary suggests prejudice is alive and kicking, but Black Lives Matter and Covid-19 may be changing this

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

Tragic trailblazer Fashanu honoured as homophobic United fans shamed

Fashanu will be honoured on what would have been his 59th birthday, an occasion also marked by a reminder from Manchester United that homophobia still exists in football

How Sheffield United is finally living up to its history

Thanks to years of mediocrity, the rich footballing history of the club and its city is often forgotten

Manchester City owners score silver

Club’s parent company awarded global record valuation after United States investment

Tale of dirty, sexy Watford

The gritty underdogs have bludgeoned their way to the finals, but can they beat football’s best?

The age of schadenfreude is at its prime

The plot sickens with Liverpool forced to sit on the sidelines rooting for the failure of a rival team

Fortune favours the brave City

Pep Guardiola has Liverpool to thank for pushing him and his team to the limit

Title, top four and pride at stake in massive Manchester derby

The days of dominance are long gone for the Red Devils with just a place in the top four and Champions League qualification their target

Man United, Barcelona marquee match of exciting quarterfinals

It’s an all-English clash as City draw Spurs, while Ajax are rewarded with clash against Ronaldo’s Juventus

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