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Premier League News How It Goes, Points, Goals, Loses

Poster: STANCOBRIDGE | Date: 2:20pm, 16th Aug 2016. | Views: 133 | 1 Replies
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STANCOBRIDGE. Jalingo, Taraba
2:20pm, 16th Aug 2016.
Crystal palace have bid rejected by
Liverpool for Christian Benteke. £23m
guaranteed, £7m in add ons
The structure of Palace’s deal for
Benteke was turned down with the
triggers for the additional payments
seen as unrealistic.
West Brom are also keen on Benteke
and would be willing to meet
Liverpool’s valuation, but he does not
want to move there.
25years (1992/93) since its renaming,
here are all the premier league stats
(Records)
(First 10s only)
Appearances
1. Ryan Giggs - 632
2. Frank Lampard - 609
3. Gareth Barry(Everton) - 595
4. David James - 572
5. Gary Speed - 535
6. Emile Heskey - 516
7. Mark Schwarzer - 514
8. Jamie Carragher - 508
9. Phil Neville - 505
10. Rio Ferdinand - 504
GOALS
1. Alan Shearer - 260
2. Wayne Rooney (Man Utd) - 193
3. Andrew Cole - 187
4. Frank Lampard - 177
5. Thierry Henry - 175
6. Robbie Fowler - 163
7. Michael Owen - 150
8. Les Ferdinand - 149
9. Teddy Sheringham - 146
10. Robin van Persie - 144
ASSISTS
1. Cesc Fàbregas (Chelsea) - 85
2. Wayne Rooney (Man Utd) - 76
3. James Milner (Liverpool) - 63
4. Ashley Young (Man Utd) - 62
5. David Silva (Man City) - 57
6. Steven Gerrard - 56
7. Frank Lampard - 52
8. Robin van Persie - 52
9. Leighton Baines (Everton) - 47
10. Ryan Giggs - 44
CLEAN SHEETS
1. Petr Cech (Arsenal) - 137
2. Joe Hart (Man City) - 119
3. Tim Howard - 116
4. José Reina - 114
5. Mark Schwarzer - 75
6. Edwin van der Sar - 72
7. Brad Friedel - 65
8. Simon Mignolet (Liverpool) - 64
9. David de Gea (Man Utd) - 61
10. Jussi Jääskeläinen - 58
B.) All-time Premier League CLUB
STATS
WINS
1. Man Utd (Old Trafford) - 586
2. Arsenal (Emirates Stadium) - 502
3. Chelsea (Stamford Bridge) - 486
4. Liverpool (Anfield) - 456
5. Spurs (White Hart Lane) - 374
6. Everton (Goodison Park) - 332
7.Newcastle (St. James' Park) - 322
8. Aston Villa (Villa Park) - 316
9. Man City (Etihad Stadium) - 304
10. Blackburn (Ewood Park) - 262
LOSSES
1. Aston Villa (Villa Park) - 333
2. Everton (Goodison Park) - 325
3. West Ham (London Stadium) - 315
4. Spurs (White Hart Lane) - 311
5. Newcastle (St. James' Park) - 305
6. Southampton (St. Mary's Stadium) -
271
7. Sunderland (Stadium of Light) - 270
8. Blackburn (Ewood Park) - 250
9. Man City (Etihad Stadium) - 249
10. Liverpool (Anfield) - 235
GOALS
1. Man Utd (Old Trafford) - 1,802
2. Arsenal (Emirates Stadium) - 1,621
3. Chelsea (Stamford Bridge) - 1,560
4. Liverpool (Anfield) - 1,523
5. Spurs (White Hart Lane) - 1,320
6. Everton (Goodison Park) - 1,197
7. Newcastle (St. James' Park) - 1,168
8. Aston Villa (Villa Park) - 1,117
9. Man City (Etihad Stadium) - 1,093
10. Blackburn (Ewood Park) - 927
GOALS CONCEDED
1.Spurs (White Hart Lane) - 1,205
2. Aston Villa (Villa Park) - 1,186
3. Everton (Goodison Park) - 1,163
4.Newcastle (St. James' Park) - 1,140
5. West Ham (London Stadium) -
1,082
6. Liverpool (Anfield) - 944
7. Southampton (St. Mary's Stadium) -
918
8. Blackburn (Ewood Park) - 907
9. Chelsea (Stamford Bridge) - 892
10. Man City (Etihad Stadium) - 886
Daniel Sturridge is also in contention
to face Burnley after Klopp decided
not to risk him against Arsenal. #lfc
James Milner is expected to replace
Alberto Moreno at left-back for
Liverpool ’s Premier League clash at
Burnley on Saturday.
Since Liverpool's pursuit of Ben
Chilwell ended numerous left-backs
have come under consideration but
none have been pursued.
Klopp views Milner as the ideal
alternative to Moreno in that role &
as it stands he won’t be buying
another full-back. #lfc
Milner: "I told Klopp left-back is not
my favourite position but if he wants
me to play there, I’ll play there." #lfc
Manchester City have signed Claudio
Bravo from Barcelona. €20m. Done.
#MCFC
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