ANALYSIS: West Ham. The goalkeeping conundrum – who’s in line for a move to London?

Following on from West Ham’s impressive capture of England number one Joe Hart on loan for the upcoming Premier League season, it has started a replacement process in the goalkeeping position as Darren Randolph has left for Middlesborough for £5 million.

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ANALYSIS: Why Gary Megson’s unexpected return to WBA makes sense for all.

Yesterday it was announced that Gary Megson has returned to the Hawthorns after a 13 year absence, albeit in the reduced capacity of assistant manager.

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ANALYSIS: Ross Barkley. Where is Everton’s prestigious talent off to next?

Ross Barkley has expressed his desire to leave Everton to manager Ronald Koeman. In an Everton press conference ahead of their Europa League qualification clash at Goodison Park against Ruzomberok, Koeman clarified the clubs ongoing situation with the player.

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ANALYSIS: Everton. What will this Moshiri funded spending spree mean for the Toffees in 2017/18?

Everton have been one of the Premier Leagues most active clubs in this year’s transfer window. With spending being around £100m, manager Ronald Koeman is looking to close the gap between the Blues and last season’s top five teams, setting a top four finish as their target.

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FEATURE: Stoke, Crystal Palace, Swansea and Burnley. How will they fare in 2017/18?

How will Stoke City, Crystal Palace, Swansea City and Burnley fare in the 2017/18 Premier League season? These teams are often considered to be relatively mid-table, though will the return of Premier League football spark an ascendency up the Premier League table?

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FEATURE: Southampton, Bournemouth, West Brom, West Ham & Leicester City. How will they fare in 2017/18?

With 6 points separating Southampton in 8th and Watford in 17th after the completion of the 2016/17 Premier League season, the 2017/18 season looks to continue in this compact fashion. The 6-point gap was the closest in the Premier League since the turn of the new millennium, yet surprisingly the previous season saw a considerable 21-point gap between these positions with Liverpool in 8th and Sunderland in 17th respectively.

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