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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 29

Tottenham remain youngest in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.0, followed by Liverpool (now 25.6), Newcastle United (now 26.076), Southampton (26.115), Manchester United (26.2) and Arsenal (26.4). Manchester City (now 29.0) are still oldest, followed by Queens Park Rangers (28.6), Everton (now 28.340), Crystal Palace (now 28.256), Sunderland (28.204), Leicester…

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Chelsea maintain loan gap from Man City – loan watch 14/15

Loan Watch: The Winter transfer window closed on 2nd February, with loans to teams outside the Barclay’s Premier League allowed to be completed after this date. Whether some teams use the loan system as their primary means of developing players, some, quite clearly, use it a lot more than others…

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Life after football when injury ends it all

For some professional footballers, a career-ending injury is just that, the end. However, for some, a break (both figuratively and physically) can be the start of a new chapter. Stories of former stars falling from grace after being forced out the game are plentiful, but so too are the number…

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Arsenal, Newcastle top Injury League 3 years – Chelsea bottom

Injury League Analysis – A common complaint from fans and pundits alike is that a particular team in the Barclay’s Premier League would have done a lot better if it weren’t for the tremendous amount of injuries sustained. This year seemed especially worse to some, moreso than others. Granted, some…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 28

Tottenham are still the youngest side in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.0, followed by Liverpool (25.7), Newcastle United (now 26.052), Southampton (26.101), Manchester United (26.2) and Arsenal (26.4). Manchester City (29.1) remain the oldest, followed by Queens Park Rangers (28.6), Everton (now 28.4), Crystal Palace (now 28.250), Leicester City…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 27

Tottenham remain the youngest in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.0, followed by Liverpool (25.7), Newcastle United (26.0), Southampton (26.1), Manchester United (26.2) and Arsenal (26.4). Manchester City (29.1) are still oldest, followed by Queens Park Rangers (28.6), Everton (28.5), Crystal Palace (28.3), Leicester City (28.1), Sunderland (28.028) and West…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 26

Tottenham are still youngest in the Barclay’s Premier League, now at 25.0, followed by Liverpool (now 25.7), Newcastle United (26.0), Southampton (26.1), Manchester United (now 26.2) and Arsenal (now 26.4). Manchester City (29.1) remain oldest, now followed by Queens Park Rangers (now 28.6), who swap positions with Everton (now 28.5),…

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Chelsea romping away from Manchester City and Tottenham – loan watch 14/15

The Winter transfer window closed on 2nd February, with loans to teams outside the Barclay’s Premier League allowed to be completed after this date. Whether some teams use the loan system as their primary means of developing players, some, quite clearly, use it a lot more than others as the…

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Chelsea largest spender, Manchester United largest net spender in the Premier League since 2012

Recently, an assessment of club spending was published using data from 29 January. Since the majority of transfer activity occurs on deadline day, some four days later, this assessment may have been a bit premature. Now that the transfer window is closed we can properly assess where the money went….

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 25

Tottenham remain the youngest side in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.1, followed by Liverpool (now 25.8), Newcastle United (26.0), Southampton (26.1), Manchester United (now 26.263) – who are now younger than Arsenal (now 26.291). Manchester City (now 29.1) are still oldest, followed by Everton (now 28.6), Queens Park Rangers…

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Injury League vs Age of Teams – Week 24

No change to team ages this week due to the Cup break. Tottenham are still by far the youngest side in the Barclay’s Premier League at 25.1, followed by Liverpool (25.9), Newcastle United (26.0), Southampton (26.1), Arsenal (26.270), and Manchester United (26.310). Manchester City (29.0) remain oldest, followed by Everton…

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West Ham United Percentage of Season Missed by Players Through Injury

  EVERYONE COMPLAINS ABOUT HAVING INJURED PLAYERS – especially impact players that are essential to team success. It always seems that just when you’ve gotten those players off of the physio table and back onto the pitch, someone else goes right back in. It begs the question: Just how much…

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