Story of the season: the best photos from the 2023-24 Premier League
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by Jonny Weeks
1M ago
Our photo editor Jonny Weeks trawled through more than 100,000 pictures to select his favourite images and the most unforgettable moments The Premier League season started ominously as Erling Haaland took just four minutes to get his goalscoring campaign under way when Manchester City beat Burnley in the opening match. Elsewhere, Luton’s first top-flight game for 31 years ended in defeat at Brighton and Ange Postecoglou claimed manager of the month (as he would do again in September and October) as Tottenham made a fast start to the season ..read more
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Jürgen Klopp signs off at Liverpool with emotional Anfield win against Wolves
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by Andy Hunter at Anfield
1M ago
Jürgen Klopp dressed all in black for the final game of his unforgettable Liverpool career but the mood inside Anfield was far from funereal. It was one last celebration with the manager who made Liverpool believe again, and one last chance for Klopp to shape the future. “I thought I would be in pieces but I’m not, I’m so happy,” he announced from the centre circle after signing off with a victory against Wolves. “For whatever reason it doesn’t feel like an end, it just feels like a start because today I saw a team full of youth, energy and desire ..read more
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Premier League 2023-24 fans’ verdicts, part two: Liverpool to Wolves
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by Observer fans' network
1M ago
Fans review the season with one game to play: the stars, the flops and the moments that made them smile Part one: Arsenal to Fulham Back at Wembley winning a trophy, and we’ve made it back to the Champions League, so it’s pretty good. It was a season of two halves really. At New Year we were flying, then came the injuries and then came the dip. The manager has given everything, again, and today will be an outpouring of love and thanks to him. In Germany he is known as a Menschenfanger, a people catcher, someone who has a positive effect on those around him. For us, he’s been a dream catcher ..read more
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Premier League: 10 things to look out for on the final day of the season
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by Guardian sport
1M ago
The title race reaches the finish line, it’s the end of an era at Liverpool and Spurs face two trips in quick succession Only the most grim-faced of churls would refuse to recognise the progress Mikel Arteta’s outstanding Arsenal side have made this season. The very fact a title win is on the table this weekend says more than enough and now they must make sure that, just in case West Ham cause an almighty stir at the Etihad, they do not taint it with unnecessary regrets. When Everton pitched up in London on the final day two years ago the home side cruised to a 5-1 win; nostalgia buffs among t ..read more
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‘Erosion of trust’: Wolves trigger vote to scrap VAR in Premier League
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by Ben Fisher
1M ago
Wolves left aggrieved by a number of VAR decisions this term Resolution will require 14 clubs to vote in favour to be passed Premier League clubs will vote at next month’s annual general meeting on a proposal by Wolves to scrap video assistant referees from the start of next season. VAR has been a subject of controversy since its introduction in 2019-20 and Wolves have submitted a resolution to the league calling for it to be abolished, triggering a vote for all 20 clubs at June’s AGM in Harrogate. A resolution requires 14 clubs to vote in favour to be passed ..read more
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Crystal Palace extend unbeaten run as Michael Olise leads win over Wolves
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by PA Media
1M ago
Oliver Glasner hailed the “brilliant” Michael Olise after Crystal Palace made it five wins from six matches – and said he could use the same word to describe his teammates. Olise, the two-goal star of the show in Monday’s 4-0 thrashing of Manchester United at Selhurst Park, opened the scoring in the 26th minute at Wolves with a delightful curling strike. The 22-year-old was then key in the buildup to Palace’s second two minutes later, scored by Jean‑Philippe Mateta ..read more
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Mature Foden and brutal Haaland rev up City’s relentless winning machine | Jonathan Wilson
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by Jonathan Wilson at the Etihad Stadium
1M ago
Pep Guardiola’s side have not come near to scaling the heights of last season but remain unbeaten for five months Perhaps this is just what happens when a team gets into the habit of winning: they keep on winning. They don’t have to dominate, they don’t have to carve out dozens of chances, they don’t have to hold possession for hours at a time. They just have to be, and by the quality of their being, they find goals when they need them. Manchester City aren’t Real Madrid, not quite. They’re not yet able to doze away from kick-off, watching idly on as the opposition squander a handful of chance ..read more
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Manchester City 5-1 Wolves: Premier League – as it happened
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by Rob Smyth
1M ago
Erling Haaland was in terrifying form on his return to the City XI, smashing four goals in the first hour as they hammered Wolves A reminder of the teams Man City (possible 4-2-3-1) Ederson; Walker, Akanji, Ake, Gvardiol; Rodri, Kovacic; Bernardo, De Bruyne, Foden; Haaland. Substitutes: Dias, Stones, Grealish, Doku, Ortega, Alvarez, Gomez, Nunes, Lewis ..read more
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Four-star Haaland shines as Manchester City sink Wolves in title pursuit
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by Jamie Jackson at the Etihad Stadium
1M ago
Erling Haaland’s sixth Premier League hat-trick, completed in the opening 45 minutes and featuring two penalties, signalled the goalscoring phenomenon is back in ruthless mood at the very best of times for Manchester City. After this crushing victory, in which Haaland added a peach of a fourth after the interval, City can do what Arsenal have been doing to them: pile the pressure on in this tightest of title races by winning at Fulham next Saturday, move ahead two points and make the Gunners think before kicking-off at Manchester United 24 hours later ..read more
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Premier League: 10 things to look out for in this weekend’s football
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by Guardian sport
1M ago
Elijah Adebayo’s return boosts Luton, Wolves seek another City shock and Alexander Isak eyes golden boot Friday night’s clash between deeply imperilled Luton and newly safe Everton ought to mean contrasting moods among the two sets of supporters at Kenilworth Road. Still, off-field alarms at Everton are likely to dampen the mood in the away end despite the impressive three straight wins that have delivered safety for Sean Dyche’s side. Luton’s much-admired campaign against the drop, by contrast, looks as if it is running out of road yet this well-run club have less to fear from relegation than ..read more
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