At the time of writing (21/3/23), Arsenal are sitting pretty eight points clear at the top of the Premier League table with 10 games of the 2022/23 campaign remaining. But Gunners fans are not relaxing just yet, especially with second-placed Manchester City putting in some scarily good displays of late. But as Arsenal focus on marching towards their first title since the 2003/04 season, we’re going to take a look back at when teams have led the way in the top flight, only to fluff their lines. So here we have the worst Premier League title collapses ever – any Arsenal fansout there might prefer not to read this!
Since the first Merseyside derby was played between Everton and Liverpool in October 1894, the sides have met more than 240 times. The sides have both been in the top division of English football since the 1962/63 season, which means the Merseyside derby has been going on season-on-season in the top flight longer than any other.
The 2023 January transfer window has been nothing short of manic, with Premier League clubs and their respective owners (we’re looking at you Todd Boehly) spending like they’ve never spent before. A jaw-dropping £780.1 million was splashed on 52 permanent transfers, with an enormous number of loan deals also being struck.
Erling Haaland has done what Erling Haaland does and yet many seem surprised by his goalscoring feats at Man City. His stats at every single club he has played for have been phenomenal and he is only likely to get better given he won’t turn 23 until July. Moreover, he has never played at a club as strong as Man City, a side that creates so many chances and dominates almost every game they play.