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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! 

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.

Red Devils Run Riot In Mancheser United vs. Liverpool Preseason Match

Preseason friendlies are well and truly underway, and certainly, at face value, the contest between Manchester United and Liverpool stuck out among the best of the summer.

The two Premier League sides traveled to the Rajamangala National Stadium in Bangkok, Thailand, where United and Liverpool debuted their new home and away jerseys, respectively. While it may seem like just another pointless preseason game, the importance of getting off to a strong start and establishing a clear style of play cannot be understated, especially for Manchester United.

Tea Time With David Episode 20

The18's David Moore breaks down the week in soccer news while sipping on some tea...it's Tea Time.

Episode 20 Topics include: Mason "Mickey" Mount missing his penalty, US Soccer officially has equal pay for World Cup winnings and game appearances, and newly formed USL2 side, Vermont Green, wins fans with their excellent debut kit.

Safe Hands Under Stress: The Crucial Saves That Defined A Week Of Big Games

Despite all the hype, cup finals and semifinals tend to disappoint. Nerves take hold of the players, and the play on the pitch is dictated by a fear of losing rather than a desire to win. These matches become cagey affairs defined by midfield battles and long clearances, both caused by an aversion to conceding.

This week was different. The FA Cup final was an end-to-end affair, the notoriously-prudent EFL Championship playoff semifinals were both entertaining affairs and the Europa League final was an emotive footballing masterclass.

Chelsea's Emma Hayes Says ‘Fear Of Losing’ Is What Fuels Her Remarkable Record Of Success

LONDON - Chelsea coach Emma Hayes says her relentless drive for success comes from her fear of losing after she watched her side clinch their fourth FA Cup on Sunday, the 11th major trophy under her management.

Hayes, appointed Chelsea manager in August 2012, has overseen a glittering period in the team's history, completing another domestic double with a 3-2 extra time win over Manchester City at Wembley.

Mason Mount Flubs His Chance As Liverpool Keeps Quadruple Dreams Alive

Maybe Chelsea should try to start scoring goals in regulation of domestic cup finals. Or maybe coach Thomas Tuchel should give more respect to American penalty takers. For the third time in three years and second in a manner of months, the Blues missed a chance to bring home hardware via a penalty shootout defeat after a scoreless draw.

Liverpool outlasted Chelsea 6-5 in a dramatic shootout following 120 minutes of scoreless football to claim the 2022 FA Cup trophy. The win kept Liverpool’s hopes for an unprecedented quadruple alive.

Klopp: Liverpool ‘Desperate’ To End Long FA Cup Drought

Liverpool manager Jürgen Klopp said his squad was not deep enough to challenge for multiple trophies earlier in his reign as they look to end a long FA Cup drought in Saturday's final against Chelsea.

The Merseyside club advanced to the FA Cup final for the first time under Klopp, who took over at Anfield in 2015, and are chasing an unprecedented quadruple this season having already won the League Cup in February.

Liverpool, seven-time FA Cup winner, beat Manchester City to reach its 15th final but their first in 10 years, and have not lifted the trophy since 2006.

With EPL Title Almost Wrapped Up, Guardiola Says Team’s Legacy Is ‘We Have Fun’

MANCHESTER, England — Manchester City may appear to be a relentless winning-machine, but manager Pep Guardiola wants his side's legacy to be that their period of Premier League dominance was "fun" as the team close in on their sixth title.

City lead the standings on 89 points, three ahead of Liverpool with two games to play. Thanks to their superior goal difference, a win against West Ham United on Sunday would all but assure them of a second successive league triumph.

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