July 17 – Arsenal supporters groups have been rebuked by Josh Kroenke, son of American owner Stan Kroenke, in an open letter declaring that top trophies are out of reach this season for the club.
July 3 – Premier League Liverpool have launched an International Academy in Mauritius in partnership with The Ministry of Youth and Sport Republic of Mauritius.
By Andrew Warshaw
May 13 – The most thrilling title-chasing season since the Premier League was created in 1992 was finally concluded on Sunday when Manchester City held their nerve to retain the trophy on the final day and condemn Liverpool to second place despite them losing only one league game all campaign.
By Andrew Warshaw
April 3 – It’s been a long and at times infuriatingly frustrating time coming, especially for the fans.
March 11 – Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed a move-in date for their new home after almost two full seasons at Wembley and a string of delays that have bloated the bill for the club’s new stadium.
By Andrew Warshaw
February 22 – Big-spending Chelsea, in the headlines for much of the season for all the wrong reasons, have been slapped with a two-window transfer ban by FIFA and fined CHF600,000 after being found guilty of illegally signing no fewer than 29 under-age foreign players.
January 25 – Rescue workers have finally called off their search for the missing light aircraft carrying Cardiff City’s new striker Emiliano Sala to the Premier league club which says it will plan a special mark of respect next week.
By David Owen
January 20 – In this loadsamoney era for top-tier football, Crystal Palace stands out as a club that has managed nonetheless to retain close links with the community that spawned it. So it is not altogether surprising that of all Premier League outfits it should be the Eagles who have teamed up with their local council to provide some practical midwinter help for the homeless.
January 17 – In what is becoming something of an embarrassment for the richest league in world football, a second high-profile media executive has turned down the chance to become the new head of the English Premier League.
January 10 – It was initially hoped to be ready last September but the waiting goes on after a series of delays. Tottenham Hotspur say their state-of-the-art new stadium may not be ready until at least March, possibly only being able to stage the final five home league games of the season.
January 1 – The search is on again for a new head of the English Premier League after the sudden withdrawal of broadcasting executive Susanna Dinnage before she even started.
December 20 – Despite a pre-match appeal to both sets of supporters following a number of high-profile cases of discrimination in recent weeks, police are investigating an incident that saw Tottenham Hotspur’s England midfielder Dele Alli struck on the head by a plastic bottle during their 2-0 League Cup quarterfinal win against arch-rivals Arsenal on Wednesday.
December 11 – Chelsea have taken immediate action following the foul-mouthed abuse perpetrated towards Manchester City’s England forward Raheem Sterling last weekend by banning four fans pending an investigation.
November 16 – Richard Scudamore , the departing Premier League executive chairman, will receive a £5m goodbye gift paid by Premier League club when he hands over the CEO’s reins at the league to incoming chief executive Suanna Dinnage in December.