The English FA Premier League is currently the biggest and richest sport in the country. Football players and managers from all over the world have traveled to England to compete it what has widely become known as the best footballing league in the world. However, successful teams seem to of been founded simply by the richest people in the world, buying the clubs and pumping endless amount of millions of pounds into their bank accounts to buy up the best talent football has to offer. This season appears to of been a little different to the norm though, lower teams have been beating the giants, and likewise, teams such as Tottenham and Middlesbrough have struggled to get win the matches expected. 무료스포츠중계
So what has changed ? Well, at the time of writing this article, the top three are as to be expected, with Man Utd, Liverpool and Chelsea flying their flags as high as ever, however there are now other teams joining them at the top such as Aston Villa and Everton. It is no surprise to me, that both of these clubs both have long serving British managers, and now they are beginning to get the rewards of standing by their man, when other footballing giants have sacked their manager, only to replace them with another not so long later. This season it has been difficult to predict Premier League results, look at Arsenal, they have lost plenty of matches they were expected to win, as have Chelsea.
Liverpool have been title contenders for most of the season, but they have drawn more matches then they should of done. Newly promoted Hull City have joined the Premier League fantasy football by actually going top four in the early part of the season and amazing everyone with the results. Man Utd look set to be the Premier League champions again, they are the best team in the world from what I can see, they have riches beyond most clubs dreams, but they are not the richest club. Chelsea and Manchester City are amongst the richest football teams in the world, but this season it looks as if they can’t buy their success. So come on Premier League club owners, take a leaf from the success at Manchester United, Aston Villa and Everton, employ British managers whenever possible, and stand by your decision, the success will follow.