Will England's top-flight teams really decide to weaken their global blockbuster brand?
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In 25 years of the Premier League, things have changed, but it's an ongoing battle.
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Summer spending across English Premier League football clubs has been jaw-dropping.
328 football clubs, spanning all tiers of the game, are currently involved in the inquiry.
The local game in Senegal is underdeveloped.
European football matches allow African fans to partake in the aspirational dreams exported worldwide by the Premier League or the Champions League.
There are three ways to manage promotion to the top flight. Let QPR, Blackpool and Burnley guide you through the choices.
The game is changing.
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Is it time the Premier League developed an on-demand, Netflix-style football watching service?
Lots of ground staff are on minimum wage.
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The wealth bonanza enjoyed by top flight football clubs does not trickle down to many of their employees.
How to get the best result from a £1.1 billion bet on football.
Ten months after guiding outsiders Leicester to the Premier League title – arguably the greatest shock in the history of the English game – the club’s manager has been unceremoniously sacked.
Multiple ownerships, mega-transfers and a foot in the door at FIFA. Beijing's bid for football power is a challenge to world soccer.
Everything is in place for a spending spree this January, but some data crunching shows successful spending is elusive.
Scottish football faces challenging economic conditions, but shows how a focus on fans offers a different way forward.
Sam Allardyce was tackled over third-party ownership of football players. But what is it and why does it matter?
‘All for one …’
Bio-banding is all the rage as youth football seeks to make the most of young talent. Here's why we shouldn't get carried away.
There are deep issues with the structure in which elite referees in England operate.
The Premier League may well be flying, but right now, English football is dying.
Leicester City’s win last year was unpredictable, which is why so many of us found it exciting.
Turns out the English Premier League is a lot more unpredictable than Spain's La Liga, which could be why it attracts so much funding.
The boys are back in town: (from top left) Jose Mourinho, Antonio Conte, Jürgen Klopp and Pep Guardiola.
The egos have landed, and they're ready to rock.
Many clubs sign players as young children and make them agree to not play anything else. The evidence suggests they're making a big mistake.