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Premier League thread

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EXCLUSIVE: Premier League clubs set to get sponsors on their sleeves from next season


Top flight sides could make £10m more a season from the advertising

 

BY : JAMES NURSEY
22:30, 27 FEB 2017

 

Premier League clubs are in talks to share a lucrative sponsor on their shirt sleeves next season.

Top-flight clubs will rake in up to £10million more per season from next term from selling advertising space on their shirt sleeves.

Sporting Group International have negotiated with eight clubs to sell an aggregated shirt sleeve sponsorship deal.

 

http://www.mirror.co.uk/sport/football/news/exclusive-premier-league-clubs-set-9928659

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Who knew Michael Jackson was a West Ham supporter ? He was always blowing bubbles ! Come on you hammers wipe the smugness of that Spurs lot 

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Burnley at home first game.

     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     
     

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Burnley Home

Tottenham Hotspur Away

Everton Home

Leicester City Away

Arsenal Home

Stoke City Away

Manchester City Home

Crystal Palace Away

:ph34r:

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Okay, that's a tough start with Arsenal in the Charity Shield to begin with. Need to get the new signings in early

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Somewhere in the middle of the sea, hope Conte is looking at the list and saying - Damn you, Hazard!!! And is already texting Emenalo, Maria and Roman on the status of the new signings ... :chai:

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That is one tough start. We have not such a hard start for the last 10 years. However, if we manage it without major spoils we will have a nice run-in when the CL elimination fixtures begin next year. 

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More difficult start than usual. Have to be winning our home games to start with and we all know about Tottenham's record at Wembley.

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Premier League winner odds (via Betfair)

Manchester City 2/1 (Fav); Manchester United 10/3; Chelsea 7/2; Tottenham 15/2; Liverpool, Arsena 11/1; Everton 100/1; Leicester, Southampton 250/1; West Ham 500/1; Swansea, Stoke, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth, Newcastle 750/1; West Brom Burnley, Watford 1000/1; Brighton 1500/1; Huddersfield 2000/1

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12 minutes ago, guddy6969 said:

Premier League winner odds (via Betfair)

Manchester City 2/1 (Fav); Manchester United 10/3; Chelsea 7/2; Tottenham 15/2; Liverpool, Arsena 11/1; Everton 100/1; Leicester, Southampton 250/1; West Ham 500/1; Swansea, Stoke, Crystal Palace, Bournemouth, Newcastle 750/1; West Brom Burnley, Watford 1000/1; Brighton 1500/1; Huddersfield 2000/1

Those bookies never learn do they. Punters will fancy those excellently long odds on us. Yes, the Mancs are favourites, they will sign and sign and like last season theat will disrupt their squad and make it hard for the team to settle. I believe Pep will still struggle with their horrendous defending at times andMourinho has lost his only reliable goalscorer in Ibrahimovic. None of their arsenal of strikers is a consistent scorer, so they will again have problems winning enough. I think despite their unlimited funds we can still win the league if we make the right signings like replace Costa adequately, upgrade the wing backs, Bakayoko seems to be in the bag and is a defnite upgrade on Matic and a proven CB might not harm. James or another left footed winger might be a good luxury signing. 

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3 minutes ago, Laylabelle said:

We always last season aside get Liverpool near the end!

And Sunderland! But they are gone so another Northern team took their place now!

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I miss Sunderland for the last fixture! :cry:

Anyway looks really tough fixture even without the Charity shield match against Arsenal.

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Manchester united, Liverpool, Arsenal - Chelsea's horrendous post-Champions League games revealed    

              
Leicester City away - CL - Arsenal at home
Stoke City away - CL - Manchester City at home
Crystal Palace away - CL - Watford at home
Bournemouth away - CL - Manchester United at home
West Brom away - CL - Liverpool at home
Newcastle United At home - CL - West Ham United away

:ph34r::ph34r::ph34r:

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5 hours ago, xPetrCechx said:

Burnley Home

Tottenham Hotspur Away

Everton Home

Leicester City Away

Arsenal Home

Stoke City Away

Manchester City Home

Crystal Palace Away

:ph34r:

Similar difficulty to our first 8 fixtures in the 2015/16 season...

Swansea (h)
Man City (a)
West Brom (a)
Crystal Palace (h)
Everton (a)
Arsenal (h)
Newcastle (a)
Southampton (h)

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