[ad_1] After eight months and 380 matches, the 2018-19 Premier League campaign is over. Here is a bite-size summary of the campaign through 10 games that feature all 20 sides.- Ogden: Epic title race decided by millimetres- What you might have missed on Premier League's final dayThe Premier League's 27th year started with a thrilling, end-to-end contest and a fortunate Manchester United victory which set the tone for their campaign.
[ad_1] 4:06 PM ETNick AmesESPN.com writer Man City were only crowned 2018-19 Premier League champions yesterday but it is never to early to start looking ahead to next season. Will City repeat? Which club will surprise? Who is in trouble? And finally which top-six club is headed for a transition season?Nick Ames takes a way too early peak at the 2019-20 campaign and makes a few projections regarding the next
[ad_1] Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba wants to leave Old Trafford this summer and is determined to push for a move even if the club refuses to sell him, sources have told ESPN FC.Pogba, who joined from Juventus for a then-record €100 million three years ago, is under contract at United until June 2021, with an option for an extra year which could be triggered solely by the club.- Marcotti:
[ad_1] HUDDERSFIELD, England -- The most worrying thing for Manchester United right now, as their last hope of qualifying for the Champions League slipped away at Huddersfield with Sunday's 1-1 draw, is that there is no guarantee things will get better any time soon.Players will come and go over the summer as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's gets his first real chance to shape his squad, but we have been here before.
[ad_1] It's been a miserable campaign for Manchester United, but despite all their suffering, they could still qualify for next season's Champions League. Nick Miller previews the weekend's Premier League action by highlighting its most compelling storylines ...Manchester United can salvage their seasonRoy Keane's assertion that this current crop of Manchester United players are "bluffers" is a subjective call you can agree with or not, but there's one problem that
[ad_1] The professional knowhow of Premier League footballers was loudly questioned when Paul Pogba was named in the PFA's team of the season this week. It's true that he's the only player not from Liverpool or Manchester City in there, but some perspective is needed, please. The votes were cast when Pogba was in form during the three-month bounce after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer took charge.Critics point to Eden Hazard's impressive
[ad_1] The 178th Manchester derby between United and City, on Wednesday at Old Trafford, will be crucial in deciding the outcome of this season's Premier League title race, but the result of this game will mean as much in Liverpool as it does in Manchester.With United languishing in sixth position, it is all about whether City can claim the win that will put them on course for the title or
[ad_1] For Manchester United executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward, Sunday's humiliating 4-0 defeat against Everton at Goodison Park had at least one positive. If every cloud really does have a silver lining, this one offered validation of United's determination to rip it up and start again under Ole Gunnar Solskjaer and follow the example set by, of all clubs, their biggest rivals, Liverpool.You will hear plenty of talk this week about
[ad_1] LIVERPOOL, England -- Manchester United's miserable run continued as they were hammered 4-0 by Everton after an abject display from Ole Gunnar Solskjaer's side at Goodison Park.United suffered their sixth defeat in eight games to leave their top-four hopes hanging in the balance ahead of back-to-back games against Manchester City and Chelsea.Richarlison, Gylfi Sigurdsson, Lucas Digne and Theo Walcott scored the goals to ensure United lost a third successive
[ad_1] The Camp Nou was generous with their applause for Alexis Sanchez when he came off Manchester United's bench with 10 minutes left on Tuesday night. It was some noise from 92,000 home fans -- and maybe some in the away end too. Not everyone has fully given up on Sanchez at United, of course, but they know a comeback to greatness is a likely as a United one was