Di return of Premier League


Afta di 2021/22 season battle for who go dey crowned di champions of England for di English Premier League (EPL).

Di EPL na top competition of di English football wey see deifferent big clubs come battle to win one cup.

Current defending champions Manchester City lift di trophy last season afta big challenge from Liverpool wey finish as second for table.

Chelsea to despite dia end of season challenge still end up as one of di top contenders for di league table.

Tottenham also end up for forth position afta fans write dem off from di top 4 list.

Arsenal despite poor performance for di PL beginning also end up one of di top 5 bifor di league end.

Manchester United wey get very poor performance during di 2021/22 season end up for 6th position.

As di EPL dey start today 5th August 2022, fans of newly promoted teams Fulham, Bournemouth and Nottingham Forest go watch dia teams battle to survive.

Twenty teams go play 38 matches to know who go be di champions of EPL.

Di strongest and beta teams go qualify for di Champions league and di least ranked go face relegation.

Even as di EPL get major contenders and clubs wey fans expect say go finish top four, realities fit dey different dis season.

Wit clubs spending big to get beta players and goal machines dis season, fans no fit wait for di season to kick off.

Crystal Palace go face Arsenal for game week one and first match of di EPL 2022/23 season.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

Share post:



More like this

Independence day: See Presido Muhammadu Buhari full tok

"Na honour say my story dey enta record of dis kontiri, my success and failure bifor i become presido for 2015".

Kontiri pipo celebrate Naija @ 62

Niaja pipo don wake today (1st October 2022), to...

Govanors reject FG plan to privatize power plant

Federal govament drop proposal say make dem privatize di following power plants; Benin Generation Company Ltd, Calabar Generation Company Ltd.

NECO fail to release Niger state result as state govament ‘Gbese’ plenty

Di exam body tok say di state Govament dey owe Gbese' of about N500m from unpaid examination fees of students.
%d bloggers like this: