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  • The Premier League in cyberspace: an Arsenal to Wigan of social media

    By Lauren Fisher 16 April 2013 More and more sports clubs, personalities and brands are using social media not only to communicate team news but to fundamentally shake up the relationship they have with fans; giving unique access and a new kind of transparency to the world of sport. Follow Andy Murray on his Facebook […]

  • QPR relish capital gains as Man City and Wigan flop in north-west derbies

    By Brian Sears 29 March 2013 QPR face a London derby this Easter weekend that will partly determine whether their season can be resurrected. That one is played on Monday, and a week later the two clubs from Manchester – champions-elect United and champions (reigning) City – will also meet in a derby, at Old Trafford. […]

  • From Man Utd at £1bn to Wigan at £43m: what’s your club REALLY worth?

    . Recent months have seen some extraordinary numbers bandied around for the values of English Premier League clubs. Arsenal were rumoured to be the target of £1.5bn offer by a Middle Eastern consortium, who have gone strangely quiet since. In January, Forbes said Manchester United had become the world’s highest value ‘sports franchise’ worth $3.3bn (£2.1bn). […]

  • ANALYSIS: Man Utd have made best ‘weighted’ start to season, Wigan worst

    By Nick Harris SJA Internet Sports Writer of the Year 3 October 2011 Manchester United haven’t just made the best actual start to the Premier League season but also the best relative start when the difficulty of their fixtures so far is considered, according to analysis by sportingintelligence. Manchester City have made the second-best start, […]

  • For the drop? History says West Brom, Wigan and Birmingham

    By Brian Sears 29 March 2011 Just 82 Premier League games remain to be played this season, and it’s great fun trying to predict the outcome. Using historical results based on previous Premier League meetings, sportingintelligence has projected the end-of-season table for 2010-11. The full explanation of how we reached our conclusions is elsewhere today. […]

  • Wigan’s woeful wins wait: nearly two years since consecutive victories

    By Brian Sears 19 February 2011 While Everton and others are relishing the romance and the glory of FA Cup victories, Wigan are possibly not too unhappy they were knocked out the other day, meaning they can focus on their Premier League survival. And goodness how they need to focus, with an unwanted record among […]

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