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This Weekend On Soccer Twitter: TAA Dunked On & Medford Messi

Soccer is ever-moving. Just as soon as one season end, the next begins, and with it comes an overwhelming supply of games, moments and, most importantly, memes from the past week. Here, we make sure that you never miss a moment of the greatness that goes on in just 280 characters. This is “This Weekend On Soccer Twitter.”

Ranking All 2022-23 Premier League Jerseys

These days, soccer jerseys are more than just a colored shirt your favorite team plays in. They’re a way to express yourself, who you are and what the sport means to you. It's fashion, it's style, it's a way of life. Every year, clubs release their new home, away and third kits to much scrutiny, and while some are instant classics, many are destined for a life in the back of someone's closet, never to be worn again. With the Premier League well and truly underway today, what better time to decide who is going into this season with the best Premier League jerseys?

Everything You NEED TO KNOW Before 22/23 English Premier League

This is Everything You Need to Know Before the English Premier League. Watch this before the start of the 2022/2023 season in England! Which teams were promoted? Which teams were relegated? Who was the biggest transfer? What players were bought and sold? Get ready for the new season with this recap of the last year in the EPL! Including new players to pick up for your fantasy team and if you're new to soccer, find yourself a team to support! 

The Biggest Premier League Stadiums By Capacity

The Premier League kicks off this weekend as Crystal Palace hosts Arsenal at Selhurst Park, a modest yet perfect example of what soccer stadiums should and can be. With so many teams, and especially the giants, boasting opulent cathedrals of sport, it's only necessary to determine which are the biggest for the 2022-23 season.

The18’s Premier League Table Predictions For 2022-23 Season: Will City, Liverpool Or Spurs Win?

With a new season on the horizon, The18 felt it was appropriate to create a Premier League table prediction for the 2022-23 season. We’ve already submitted our Premier League predictions for the winners and losers of the league. Now it’s time for the whole table.

The way this prediction worked was we had nine staffers/experts at The18 predict the table one through 20. The numbers from all nine tables were combined to form The18’s Premier League table prediction.

Welcome Back — Meet The Three Promoted Teams In The Premier League For 2022-23 Season

England’s Championship division is one of the most intense seasons in Europe. The 46 games played, just in the league itself, give players more opportunities to perform well but also for a team’s season to come crashing down. While there are more games, every game means just as much in the Championship, if not more, as the teams compete for the right to move up to the Premier League.

Would Everton Be The Most Talented Team Ever Relegated From The Premier League?

A handful of times during the season, there are results that can only cause one reaction among neutral fans: laughter. Such matches are rare because they usually involve a larger club losing in embarrassing fashion. Arsenal's 5-0 loss to Manchester City in August certainly falls in this category, as does Manchester United's 5-0 defeat to Liverpool and 4-1 loss against Watford.

Premier League Players Will Continue To Kneel Next Season In Their Fight Against Racism

Players from all 20 Premier League clubs will continue to take the knee ahead of games this season to highlight their opposition to racism, the league said on Tuesday.

The Premier League said it "wholeheartedly supported" the decision, adding that players and match officials will continue to wear a No Room For Racism badge on their shirts.

Players and staff have been taking a knee prior to kickoff since the league returned to action in June last year to show their support for the Black Lives Matter movement.

Arnaut Danjuma Goal Gives Bournemouth Key First-Leg Victory Over Brentford In Playoffs

The Build-Up

For just the third time this season, fans were allowed inside Vitality Stadium for the first leg of Bournemouth's Championship Playoff Semifinal against Brentford.

Well-partitioned, socially-distanced pods of mask-wearing Cherries fans dotted the stands like freshly planted plots of seeds in a garden, and while they only numbered about 2,000, the Bournemouth supporters came ready to make some noise.

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