This weekend welcomes the start to the 2014/15 Premier League campaign. We welcome an array of talent this season from around the world with the inclusion of Sanchez (Arsenal), Cesc Fabregas (Chelsea), Diego Costa (Chelsea), Filipe Luis (Chelsea), Alberto Moreno (Liverpool) & Ander Hererra (Man U).  However we have also seen the departure of some of the heavyweights of the premier league from last season with the departure of Chelsea’s David Luiz to PSG and last year’s top scorer Luis Suarez to Barcelona. Regardless, the Premier League is likely to prove from another season why it is the most watched league in the world and the inclusion of world class talent further cements this.

This season is to answer many questions on everyone’s minds:

  1. What will Luis Van Gaal bring to Manchester Utd?

After finishing seventh last season under David Moyes, the red devils looked for a new leader to get Manchester Utd back into the champions’ league and gave Van Gaal in excess of £100Million to strengthen their team this summer. A figure they simply could not trust Moyes with after blowing £28Million on Manchester Utd flop Marouane Fellani.

 

  1. How will the departure of Luis Suarez impact on Liverpool?

Having parted company with Luis Suarez following his lengthy ban after his bite on Georgio Chiellini in the world cup, Liverpool have looked to re-invest the £75Million transfer fee into their squad. The inclusion of Lambert, Can, Lallana, Origi, Markovic, Manquillo, Lovren & Moreno they are hoping to show doubters that they are more than just one man team. They have still kept hold last season’s runner up in the golden boot ‘Daniel Sturridge’ who will most likely be playing as Brendan Rogers sole striker.

 

  1. Will Arsenal finish above 4th Spot?

It happens every season, Arsenal make some big summer signings, (most recently Cazorla and Ozil last season & Alexis Sanchez this season) they are hyped up to win the league and they run out of steam towards the end of the season. Will Wenger have played his cards right this time, or is it time to bring in a new manager?

However one thing is for sure, the Premier League is blessed with spectacular opening day moments, dream debuts, and last minute goals. There are always twists along the way and friends and family together unite to support their team! Here it is, the hope, excitement & anticipation that special moment is just around the corner!

Now that calls for a Carlsberg!

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