October 2 – The referees’ governing body in English professional football has admitted a “significant human error” after Luis Diaz had a goal ruled offside in Liverpool’s 2-1 defeat at Tottenham Hotspur in the Premier League on Saturday.
October 2 – Tottenham Hotspur have condemned racist abuse directed at fullback Destiny Udogie on social media following Saturday’s 2-1 home win against Liverpool.
September 29 – Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust (THST) have expressed deep concern over the London club’s multi-year partnership with Socios.com, the cryptocurrency-based providers of club fan tokens who have been widening their digital fan-based marketing and commercial solutions.
September 29 – Chelsea defender Reece James has been charged by the English FA for an alleged altercation with a match official which is said to have occurred after the club’s 1-0 loss against Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday.
September 27 – Saudi-owned Newcastle United has added a third betting partner – BetMGM UK – to its sponsorship roster.
September 27 – British billionaire Sir Jim Ratcliffe is reported to be preparing a “restructured” offer to speed up the takeover process at Manchester United as a deal to buy the iconic club drags on.
September 26 – Round 6 of the Premier League season was the second-most attended matchday so far, up 1.5% from last week’s rock-bottom score.
September 22 – Premier League Chelsea looks to have become more about the money than the football. The club, bought by Clearlake Capital and fronted by US investor Todd Boehly for £4.25 billion, has raised another $500 million in cash from US investor Ares Management.
September 20 – With the international break over, fans up and down the Premier League returned in their hundreds of thousands for a weekend packed with a selection of last-minute winners and nasty upsets.
September 20 – Premier League Liverpool have unveiled UPS as the club’s first Official Global Logistics and Shipping Partner in a new multi-year partnership.
September 15 – Troubled Premier League club Everton, one of the sleeping giants of English football but punching well below their weight for years, are about to enter a new era after controversial majority shareholder Farhad Moshiri agreed to sell his 94% stake in the club to American investment fund 777 Partners.
September 15 – Tottenham Hotspur’s stadium is set to become the go-to venue for official NFL games in the UK for another seven years following an extension of the current deal.
September 15 – Arsenal chief executive Vinai Venkatesham has announced he will leave next summer after 14 years at the Premier League club.
September 14 – Snapdragon will replace TeamViewer as the brand name on the front of Manchester United’s shirt from the start of next season in a reported £60 million a year deal.
September 14 – Manchester United, Chelsea and Manchester City have been revealed as having the most expensive squads in world football, rounding out an exclusive billion-euro club with PSG, according to the latest report by the CIES football observatory.