BRIGHTON, England -- Three thoughts from Manchester City's 2-0 win away at Brighton and Hove Albion in the Premier League.
1. City hold nerve at Brighton
After their title rivals lost their heads, Manchester City kept theirs. Victory at Brighton did not come easy to the Premier League title favourites, but at least they did not concede three goals like each of Arsenal, Liverpool and Chelsea have done on opening weekend.
Sergio Aguero's 70th-minute opening goal, set up for...
The Premier League is back! Which club do our writers think will win the title in 2017-18? Who will finish in the coveted Champions League spots? Which the three clubs will go down? And who will finish as top scorer and player of the year?
Top four: 1. Man City 2. Arsenal 3. Man United 4. Liverpool Relegated: Huddersfield, Southampton, Brighton Top scorer: Gabriel Jesus Player of the Year: Paul Pogba
Top four: 1. Man City 2. Man United 3. Tottenham...
Getting promoted to the Premier League is one of the toughest tasks and biggest accomplishments in football, but staying there can be just as difficult. Many a promoted side have succumbed to that challenge in their first shot of asking, and those clubs will be first to attest to what an uphill battle staying in the top flight can be.
One of the biggest keys to staying up is having a manager with a defined plan and style of play and a fan base and board that believe in that manager and are willing...
Things change in the blink of an eye in football. The Football Whispers Index takes the latest transfer rumours and gives them a score out of five; the higher the score, the more realistic and reliable the whisper.
Here are today's top five emerging whispers for the summer. And keep an eye on Transfer Talk for all the latest gossip.
Henry Onyekuru to West Ham United
West Ham have joined the race to sign KAS Eupen's 19-year-old striker Onyekuru, according to the Mirror.
The EFL have promised to replace Anthony Knockaert's Championship Player of the Year award after managing to spell the Brighton forward's name incorrectly on the original trophy.
The French striker was bestowed with the honour at the EFL Awards ceremony at Hilton Park Lane in London earlier this month, but was photographed holding a trophy engraved with the name "Anthony Knockeart."