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  • From Chelsea to Arsenal via Tottenham: best season, worst and bang average

    By Brian Sears 27 November 2014 Chelsea’s storming start in the Premier League is their best ever start in the 23 seasons of England’s revamped top division. With 32 points from their first 12 games, they are a point ahead of their previous best-ever tally at this stage – and more than nine points clear […]

  • Tottenham’s long-term dominance over City washed away by Mansour money

    By Brian Sears 16 October 2014 When the Premier League resumes on Saturday after the international break it will do so at the Etihad Stadium as Manchester City hope to close the gap on leaders Chelsea. City will play in the only fixture of the weekend where two current top-10 sides meet each other, against […]

  • Tottenham’s last league win at Chelsea: so long ago it involved Gary Lineker

    By Brian Sears 7 March 2014 There have been seven ‘ever-present’ clubs in the Premier League, none of them relegated from the top flight since England’s top division was revamped in 1992-93: Arsenal, Aston Villa, Chelsea, Everton, Liverpool, Manchester United and Tottenham. That means each of those seven have now faced each of the others […]

  • Everton punching above financial weight as trip to top-four rivals Tottenham looms

    By Brian Sears and Nick Harris 7 February 2014 Everton and Tottenham are both aspiring to play Champions League football next season and along with Liverpool, and perhaps Manchester United, are the only credible challengers for a top-four finish behind the three teams already highly likely to finish inside the top four: Arsenal, Manchester City […]

  • Up for the Cup? A dozen times yes, from Macclesfield to Tottenham

    By Brian Sears 24 January 2013 The League Cup has been grabbing all the headlines this week, what with Bradford’s utterly extraordinary (and globally significant) progress to the final; Swansea’s stirring win over Chelsea on aggregate; and that kick (or was it a poke?), by Mr Hazard upon a ballboy who happens to be the […]

  • Saints dream of bygone glories as generous Tottenham visit

    By Brian Sears 26 October 2012 It’s been a sorry season for Southampton fans so far, with just one win and a draw from eight matches since their return to the Premier League. They’e squandered leads against Manchester City, Manchester United, Everton and Fulham. Yes, they’ve scored in every league game, but then they’ve also […]

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