October 19 – Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has been charged by the English Football Association following his sending-off during his side’s 1-0 win against champions Manchester City at the weekend.
October 17 – Liverpool have condemned a section of the travelling Manchester City support for “vile chants relating to football stadium tragedies” during Sunday’s high-profile clash between the two Premier League heavyweights.
October 13 – English Premier League Tottenham Hotspur are reported to have held talks with Google about a potential sponsorship of their £1 billion state-of-the-art stadium.
September 23 – Arrests and reported incidents of disorder at matches across England and Wales last season were at their highest level for eight years.
September 21 – Premier League clubs have agreed to hand pitch-invading fans a minimum one-year ban.
September 21 – Just days after sacking manager Thomas Tuchel, Chelsea are back in the headlines again after showing the door to yet another official, commercial director Damian Willoughby, dismissed despite having started work for the Premier League club only weeks ago.
September 19 – Bournemouth could be the next Premier League club to fall under US ownership after reports in the US and England that a Las Vegas-led consortium had bid for the club.
September 15 – Premier League Leicester City have been granted planning permission to extend their King Power Stadium by 8,000 seats.
By Samindra Kunti
September 14 – Chelsea chairman and part owner Todd Boehly has said he wants to build a multiple-club network to complement the acquisition of the London club. The American has also suggested an MLB-styled all-star game in England to raise funds to be distributed across the English football pyramid.
September 13 – Ahead of Queen Elizabeth’s funeral next Monday three Premier League matches scheduled for this weekend have been postponed, but tonight (Tuesday) EFL and National League matches will resume as will a full round of FA Trophy matches.
September 9 – All football in England has been postponed this weekend as a mark of respect following the death of Queen Elizabeth II yesterday.
September 8 -The Premier League match Brighton vs Crystal Palace on September 17 has been postponed because of a national rail strike across the United Kingdom.
September 9 – Chelsea manager Thomas Tuchel has been sacked after suffering a surprise 1-0 defeat in the club’s Champions League opener at Dinamo Zagreb last night.
By David Owen
September 6 – The International Olympic Committee (IOC)’s head of marketing is leaving for the high-octane world of Premier League football.
September 5 – The Premier League continued its love-hate relationship with VAR over the weekend with two controversial and game-changing decisions following VAR intervention.