English Premier League

City announced that a fresh round of testing had “returned a number of positive cases”.
Fireworks went off and fans waved flags and sang: “We’ve gone and won the league.”
The English Premier League has been suspended over fears around coronavirus spreading. The news follows the revelation that Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta had tested positive for the virus, with the first team all in self-isolation. Leicester City also have three players under observation, with Benjamin Mendy of Manchester City also in observation. The ruling follows other leagues across Europe.
Billionaire Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha died last week when his helicopter crashed in a car park next to the Premier League club’s stadium.
Fans have been leaving flowers and other mementos outside the King Power stadium in Leicester, in tribute to the football club’s owner Vichai Srivaddhanaprabha, who died in a helicopter crash over the weekend. Hugely popular among fans, Srivaddhanaprabha bought the club in 2010, and oversaw it winning the Premier League in 2016.
Hatred in football remains completely unnecessary and any grown adult who hates people for supporting a different football club needs to have a look in the mirror
I expect disappointment, I expect to narrowly fall short and be left with the inevitable 'what if' questions that will haunt me for years to come. But whatever the result, most Spurs fans will turn up again next season with the same gusto and passion as always - because that's all we know.
Disgraced former England manager Allardyce is rumoured to be off to China. It has nothing to do with the money though, right? He has learned his lesson on that one. The rumours that Rooney might be following him are getting louder. Rooney to China at the end of the season would have to spell the end of his England career and many would consider that the finest Christmas present he could give to the English game. Not me though, I'm a fan.
This year has seen significant developments in the media industry that will have long lasting effects going well beyond 2016. Every major media trend from this past year centred around video, which now accounts for over two-thirds of all internet traffic. There's been three key trends that standout in my mind:
Dear Gareth. Could you make England play like Spurs please? Thanks. Before we wax lyrical about the Premier League to soften