November 17 – In the biggest sanction in Premier League history over financial fair play, Everton have been docked a staggering 10 points after being found to have breached profit and sustainability rules.
November 17 – Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta has been charged by the English Football Association (FA) over an explosive VAR rant following his side’s controversial defeat against Newcastle.
November 16 – Manchester United have unveiled a multi-year global partnership with WOW Hydrate. The sports and fitness drink becomes the club’s official sports hydration partner.
November 15 – Richard Arnold has stepped down from his role as chief executive of Manchester United just as British billionaire Jim Ratcliffe is reportedly on the verge of buying a 25% stake in the storied club.
November 16 – The Roman Abramovich era could come back to haunt Chelsea following reports that the club face possible sanctions over allegations of hidden payments linked to the club’s former Russian owner.
November 15 – After capturing their first treble last season, Manchester City’s success on the field has been matched off it with record profits and the highest ever revenue and wage bill for a Premier League club.
November 15 – The London Stadium yet again passed the 99% capacity mark as West Ham United were victorious over Nottingham Forest in a five-goal thriller on Sunday afternoon.
November 9 – Premier League clubs are to fast track a vote to ban loan moves from teams under the same ownership.
November 9 – Plans for a new independent regulator for English football have been confirmed in the annual King’s Speech which formally rubber-stamps government policy.
November 9 – In the midst of the fierce storm Ciaran that swept the nation, Premier League attendance recorded a season low for Matchweek 11 with more than 10,000 seats remaining empty for the first time since the season begun in August.
November 7 – Sir Jim Ratcliffe is reportedly to commit $300 million to investing in Manchester United infrastructure as part of a deal to secure a 25% stake.
November 6 – Colombian-born Liverpool forward Luis Díaz has begged for his father’s kidnappers to free him immediately and “end this painful wait”.
November 6 – Ex-Liverpool player Jamie Carragher has slammed Luton Town’s supporters after the newly promoted side were heard chanting the ‘Always the victims’ chant, with the Sky Sports pundit insisting that supporters “have to be better than that”.
November 6 – Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta has called out “embarrassing” refereeing decisions after a controversial VAR decision ended his team’s unbeaten streak in the Premier League.
November 2 – The Gold family is seeking potential buyers for an undisclosed portion of their 25.1% stake in West Ham United. Vanessa Gold, now the club’s joint-chair following her father David’s death earlier this year, has appointed Rothschild & Co to explore the potential share sale.