It wasn't as dramatic as two years ago, but Man City held their nerve to become Premier League champions for the second time. It could start an era of dominance from blue side of Manchester, but the red side will look to bounce back after the arrival of Louis van Gaal at United.
Launched in 1992, the Barclay’s Premier League is the peak division in English professional football. Operating on a promotion and relegation-based system with a season running from August to May, the Premier League comprises England’s 20 top teams and produces some of the best football in Europe, if not the world, as demonstrated by its record-breaking attendance and TV audience figures.
The Premier League is the most famous football league in the world, with some of the best players in world football plying their trade for clubs such as Manchester United, Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Manchester City.
Last season saw one of the most epic races in Premiership history as Man City, Liverpool and Chelsea all had realistic chances of title success with just a handful of games remaining. In the end Manuel Pelligrini's City took advantage of Steven Gerrard's slip for Liverpool and stole the crown away from Merseyside.
The 2014-15 Premier League season should be every bit as exciting as well with a host of clubs having real chances. The champions still boast a deep squad, while Man Utd, under Louis van Gaal's leadership, are being backed to rebound and Chelsea's additions, including that of Cesc Fabregas, could see Mourinho once again reign supreme.
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The Guinness International Champions Cup kicks off, as Greek outfit Olympiakos take on Serie A giants AC Milan. Filippo Inzaghi has had a good start to life as Rossoneri manager, with his charges winning their opening two pre-season friendly fixtures.
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