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Premier League survival guide: How to stay in football's richest league

The ESPN FC crew give their picks for which teams will get relegated following the 2015/16 Premier League season.

It seems silly to reiterate, but the Premier League is the biggest thing in world soccer, regardless of how you measure it. Money, branding, sponsorship, TV viewing figures or global fans, it doesn't matter: The overall scale is the same. And if you make it into the Prem, you've found El Dorado.

This year, it's the turn of Premier League debutants Bournemouth, third-time-a-charmers Watford and yo-yo club Norwich to have a turn. Through research of the past 10 seasons of failed attempts to avoid...

Premier League managerial turnover unparalleled in U.S. major sports

For fans in the U.S. raised on American football or baseball, the concept of the Sack Race is a foreign one -- both literally and figuratively. In two of America's favourite pastimes, there's an emphasis placed on patience, on stability. Those ideals are conspicuously absent in the Premier League, where it's never too early or late in the season for a club to make a change with their manager.

It was only a year ago that Tony Pulis, less than three months removed from saving Crystal Palace from...

Van Gaal hints that Manchester United need to sign Pedro from Barcelona

ESPN FC's Sid Lowe weighs in on the back and forth transfer Saga regarding Pedro, who he contends will be sold.
ESPN FC's Sid Lowe says that Pedro has proven he can play an important role for FC Barcelona, despite the fact that the forward "lacks the talent" of his superstar teammates.
In an exclusive with ESPN Deportes, Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu revealed that there has been no official bid for Pedro and that the squad is complete.

Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has suggested that the club need to sign a player in the mould of Barcelona forward Pedro.

The Spain international, who has a £22 million release clause in his contract at the Camp Nou, is a target for United.

Van Gaal believes the Old Trafford club need more attacking options if they are to win the Premier League.

He told The Sun: "Barcelona have the speed of Neymar and [Lionel] Messi -- and they have Pedro behind them. We have to compete with that.

"We...

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Chelsea could give up on Everton defender John Stones, Mourinho hints

Jose Mourinho refuses to fuel transfer rumours, declining to comment on suspected left back signing, John Stones, a week ahead of the start of the season.
ESPN FC's Dan Thomas and Craig Burley discuss the recent reports that Everton have turned down another Chelsea bid for John Stones.

Jose Mourinho has hinted that Chelsea may not increase their offer for Everton defender John Stones.

Everton have rejected a second Chelsea bid of £26 million for England defender Stones, 21, who made 23 Premier League starts last season.

"The market sometimes has no rules," Mourinho said. "We, as Chelsea, we make our own rules.

"To make our own rules is to evaluate the players, and to know the players' value, and to know when we have to stop and turn to another side and think in another option."

Mourinho...

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Cesc Fabregas says Chelsea are still hungry, ready for title defence

Chelsea captain John Terry and defender Gary Cahill speak about facing Petr Cech after the keeper's move to Arsenal.

Cesc Fabregas can see his Chelsea teammates' desire for success is undiminished by winning the Premier League as Jose Mourinho's men bid to retain the title this term.

Since Mourinho led Chelsea to back-to-back titles in 2004-05 and 2005-06 only Manchester United, with three in a row until 2008-09, have successfully retained the Premier League title.

Mourinho believes Chelsea will face competition from United, Manchester City, Liverpool and Arsenal in their bid for another title.

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