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Thursday, 18 August 2016 14:22

Manchester United Season 2016-2017 Preview

There was something wrong about Manchester United the whole of last season. Results weren’t pathetic (they were within an earshot to finish fourth) but the performances weren’t encouraging. Some of the old timers have voiced their displeasure saying that this was as bad as it gets. And for a club of the stature and pedigree as United, the results were damaging. Ed Woodward made another set of changes hoping that the new team will save him the ignominy this season. How will the Red Devils fare in 2016-17 season?

Slovakia Super Liga Table - season 2016-2017
2Slovan Bratislava3018395434+2057
4Previous rank: 5Trenčín30145115348+547
5Previous rank: 4Podbrezová3012993431+345
6Previous rank: 7Spartak Trnava30127113437-343
7Previous rank: 6DAC30101283734+342
8Zemplín Michalovce3085173555-2029
10Zlaté Moravce3057182955-2622
11Tatran Prešov30310171763-4619
12Spartak Myjava000000+00

Another season of English Premier League (EPL) is on the anvil which is good news for all football lovers. With the transfer season seeing some of the biggest names moving to the Premier League, this year promises to be one of the most exciting. We preview the action in the first weekend.

Leicester City start their title defense at newly promoted Hull City. The Tigers are one of the most under-prepared sides of this season and the Foxes should win easily. Jamie Vardy at odds of 7/5 (William Hill) is a good bet to be anytime scorer.

You just need to look at the enormous money that’s flowing into English Premier League (EPL) to understand and appreciate the popularity of it. And the 2016-17 season has already set the right tone with some big names – players as well as managers – making their way to England. When the first ball is kicked on August 13th, Saturday – the new season will start with all fervor.

Saturday, 13 August 2016 08:39

Arsenal FC Transfer Table 2016 - 2017

Arsenal FC LogoArsenal FC has just spent over £44.20 million to buy new players. provides with a table with details on all new players arrivals and all those who left together with their transfer fees for 216-2017 so far. At first look, it seems that Wnger did not get good deals as far as the departures are concerned! Let us know your views and comments by registering with
We will update this table as soon as we get further news on transfer for Arsenal FC.
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Arsenal FC Logo Arsenal FC transfer table- new players - season 2016-2017
Arrivals Age Nat. Position Market value Moving from Country Transfer fee
Granit Xhaka 23 Switzerland Albania Central Midfield £29.75m Borussia Mönchengladbach Germany £38.25m
Takuma Asano 21 Japan Centre Forward £1.02m Sanfrecce Hiroshima Japan £3.40m
Rob Holding 20 England Centre Back £213k Bolton Wanderers England £2.55m
Mathieu Debuchy 30 France Right-Back £6.38m FC Girondins Bordeaux France End of loan
Thursday, 11 August 2016 16:30

Leicester City Transfer Table 2016 - 2017

Leicester City FC transfer fees 2016-2017Having won the Premier League 2015-2016 does help when it comes to getting new recruits. Bettingxpert teams looks at how Leicester City  spent £40,380,000 on their new players, and which players were sold for a total of £38,390,000.
We have the latest figures and all the payer names in an easy to read table.
One stricking fact is that Leicester City seems to have gone outside the UK to strengthen its team with 7 out 7 players from abroad.
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Leicester City LogoLeicester City FC - 2016-2017
Arrivals Age Nat. Position Market value Moving from Club Country Transfer fee
Ahmed Musa 23 Nigeria Centre Forward £15.30m CSKA Moscow Russia £16.58m
Nampalys Mendy 24 FranceSenegal Defensive Midfield £6.38m OGC Nice France £13.18m
Bartosz Kapustka 19 Poland Attacking Midfield £4.25m Cracovia Kraków Poland £7.65m
Ron-Robert Zieler 27 Germany Keeper £6.80m Hannover 96 Germany £2.98m
Luis Hernández 26 Spain Centre Back £2.13m Sporting Gijón Spain Free transfer
Andrej Kramaric 25 Croatia Centre Forward £6.38m TSG 1899 Hoffenheim Germany End of loan
Yohan Benalouane 29 TunisaFrance Centre Back £2.55m ACF Fiorentina Italy End of loan