View Poll Results: Who will win the League title ?

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  • Arsenal

    3 14.29%
  • Tottenham

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  • Everton

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  • Man Utd

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Thread: ⚽️ ♛🦁🦁 ★★ 2016/17 English Premier League ★★ 🦁🦁♛ ⚽️ : Chelsea are Champions

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    preseason fixtures
    Here is the full pre-season schedule for all the top Premier League sides:
    Arsenal
    Date Match Venue
    July 28 vs AT&T All-Stars Avaya Stadium, San Jose
    July 31 vs Chivas de Guadalajara StubHub Center, LA
    Aug 5 vs Viking FK Viking Stadion, Stavanger
    Aug 7 vs Manchester City Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg
    Chelsea
    Date Match Venue
    July 16 vs Rapid Vienna Allianz Stadion, Vienna
    July 20 vs WAC RZ Pellets Worthersee Stadion, Klagenfurt
    July 27 vs Liverpool Rose Bowl, Pasadena
    July 30 vs Real Madrid Michigan Stadium, Ann Arbor
    Aug 3 vs AC Milan US Bank Stadium, Minneapolis
    Leicester City
    Date Match Venue
    July 19 vs Oxford United Kassam Stadium, Oxford
    July 23 vs Celtic Celtic Park
    July 30 vs PSG StubHub Center, Carson, California
    Aug 3 vs Barcelona Friends Arena, Stockholm
    Liverpool
    Date Match Venue
    July 8 vs Tranmere Rovers Prenton Park
    July 13 vs Fleetwood Town Highbury Stadium
    July 17 vs Wigan Athletic DW Stadium
    July 20 vs Huddersfield Town John Smith's Stadium
    Aug 1 vs Roma Busch Stadium, St Louis
    July 27 vs Chelsea Rose Bowl, Pasadena
    July 30 vs AC Milan Levi's Stadium, Santa Clara
    Aug 6 vs Barcelona Wembley
    Manchester City
    Date Match Venue
    July 20 vs Bayern Munich Allianz Arena, Munich
    July 25 vs Manchester United Bird's Nest, Beijing
    July 28 vs Borussia Dortmund Shenzhen
    Aug 7 vs Arsenal Ullevi stadium, Gothenburg
    Manchester United
    Date Match Venue
    July 22 vs Borussia Dortmund Shanghai Stadium
    July 25 vs Manchester City Bird's Nest, Beijing
    Tottenham Hotspur
    Date Match Venue
    July 26 vs Juventus Melbourne Cricket Ground
    July 29 vs Atletico Madrid Melbourne Cricket Ground

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    Game week 1

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    The champions starts against hull

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    When was the last time an EPL team played a National side?

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    Premier League fixtures 2016/17 - click on your club

    Arsenal fixtures
    Bournemouth fixtures
    Burnley fixtures
    Chelsea fixtures
    Crystal Palace fixtures
    Everton fixtures
    Hull fixtures
    Leicester fixtures
    Liverpool fixtures
    Man City fixtures
    Man Utd fixtures
    Middlesbrough fixtures
    Southampton fixtures
    Stoke fixtures
    Sunderland fixtures
    Swansea fixtures
    Tottenham fixtures
    Watford fixtures
    West Brom fixtures
    West Ham fixtures


    Opening day fixtures:
    Arsenal v Liverpool
    Bournemouth v Manchester United
    Burnley v Swansea City
    Chelsea v West Ham United
    Crystal Palace v West Bromwich Albion
    Everton v Tottenham Hotspur
    Hull City v Leicester City
    Manchester City v Sunderland
    Middlesbrough v Stoke City
    Southampton v Watford

    Final day fixtures:
    Arsenal v Everton
    Burnley v West Ham United
    Chelsea v Sunderland
    Hull City v Tottenham Hotspur
    Leicester City v Bournemouth
    Liverpool v Middlesbrough
    Manchester United v Crystal Palace
    Southampton v Stoke City
    Swansea City v West Bromwich Albion
    Watford v Manchester City

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    Chelseaaaaa Daaaa...

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    What Brexit could mean for the Premier League

    Over the past three decades, the league has seen an influx of talented European footballers who have become idols, cult heroes and emerging talents who have used the Premier League as proving ground before departing for warmer climes as confirmed superstars: Thierry Henry, Cristiano Ronaldo and Luka Modric, to name but three.
    From Anthony Martial and David de Gea at Manchester United to Kurt Zouma and Cesar Azpilucueta at Chelsea, the Premier League’s biggest spenders still build their teams around the cream of the continent’s talent pool. However, Brexit would jeopardise this supply line which would cause an inevitable drop in quality and possibly a loss of interest, according to a legal expert.

    No more EU wonderkids?

    The best young players are frequently scouted from around the EU and there are good numbers of EU players under 18 years of age at academies here,” said Andrew Osborne, a partner specialising in immigration at Lewis Silkin LLP, a London-based law firm.
    “In the event that Britain leaves the EU, young players will not be able to move from the EU to English clubs under the age of 18 years and so clubs here will not have access to a significant pool of talent.
    “Young players from the EU are unlikely to be able to qualify for a work permit and so, again clubs here will be limited in the players they recruit.”

    peaking on BBC News at Six on March 31st, Stoke City chairman Peter Coates offered similar concerns over the potential impact of Brexit.
    “We’ve got the best players in the world. And we’ve got access through Europe to those best players. Not to have them is self-evidently very damaging, very damaging, and that’s a real threat to us and we shouldn’t go down that road.”
    West Ham Chief Executive and Britain Stronger In Europe board member, Karren Brady has also recently offered her thoughts in a statement on the campaign group’s website:
    “The Premier League is the most watched league globally because it boasts some of the most talented players from across Europe and around the world.
    “Fans pack stadiums and crowd round screens every week to marvel at the likes of Anthony Martial, Francis Coquelin, N’Golo Kante, and our very own Dimitri Payet. Leaving the EU runs the risk of fans missing out on seeing emerging talents from Europe coming to the play at their clubs and gracing the Premier League.”

    A red tape hell…

    A Britain that has chosen Brexit would exist outside of the EU ‘freedom of movement’ zone and prospective signings would almost certainly need to apply for visas that would hamper the entire transfer process due to extra delays and red tape.
    Daniel Alfreds, from sports law firm Couchmans LLP, told Squawka: “At present, a Spanish or Polish player can be transferred on a Friday and be playing for an English club on a Saturday without any delay.”


    In a post-Brexit Britain, however, Premier League clubs would find themselves at a disadvantage against their EU counterparts.
    Alfreds continued: “It could cause several issues and uncertainties during transfer negotiations. Many European players may not qualify for an automatic visa, It takes time to receive approval during which a non UK club may poach a player and it can be costly, particularly if the decision is taken to appeal.”


    …or a homegrown heaven?

    Isn’t a drop in foreign imports exactly what English football needs in order to build up its own talent base? Not necessarily.
    Should Britain be cut off from the EU, experts seem to agree that it is highly likely that the Premier League would seek talks with the government to seek an exemption around visa rules for footballers – something that could put it on collision course with the Football Association.

    “In the event of a Brexit, it is likely that the FA would be charged with meeting the Home Office to discuss the visa rules which should be applied to European players,” said Leon Farr, a solicitor at sports and entertainment-focused law firm OnSide Law. “However, as much as internationalism is an asset for the Premier League, it can be seen as a hindrance for the FA.”

    Farr’s view follows on from the thoughts of the FA’s out-going chairman Greg Dyke. In 2015 he stated that “homegrown heroes are fast becoming an endangered species, particularly among the Premier League’s top clubs,” as reported by the Mail, and that the Premier League is in danger of “having nothing to do with English people,” according to BBC News.
    Dyke has spearheaded plans to restrict the amount of non-EU players in English football and greatly desires a stronger national team although many of his initiatives, especially the Elite Player Performance Plan, have caused controversy, especially among Football League clubs.


    Would Brexit cannibalise the lower leagues?

    The feeling for many teams further down the pyramid is that their youth ranks are already over-exposed and raided at will with the cost of running academies having been increased while compensation for player sales has been decreased, and consent for this restructuring sourced by blackmail, according to critics.
    If the clubs outside of the Premier League didn’t agree to the plan, their trickle down incomes from the topflight TV revenues would have ceased. Without easy access to European markets, the greatest fears of those below England’s top division could come to be realised, unless the clubs won their battle with the FA.
    “If the current work permit rules for non-EU players were applied the Premier League’s best players may not be on show.”
    “If EU players have to meet current work permit requirements then there will be a significant number that cannot qualify to play in England,” Osborne told Squawka.
    “This will leave Premier League squads short of players and so clubs will buy and or poach English players from clubs further down the pyramid. Potentially this will lower the quality of squads in the Football League.”
    Given that their last run-in with the game’s national governing body saw them get their own way to create the Premier League, the establishment would be likely to blink first once again.
    “All of this suggests the FA would resist lax work permit restrictions on European players post-Brexit. The result would be less European footballers in the Premier League, and in particular, less young talent,” continued Farr.

    Read more at http://www.squawka.com/news/what-bre...wEq7m2V8yYW.99


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