It’s finally upon us once more! It’s the eve of what is sure to be another enthralling Premier League season and oh how good it feels for the domestic campaign to be kicking off again tomorrow.
Arsenal, Burnley, Chelsea, Leicester City, Liverpool, Manchester United, QPR, reigning champions Manchester City and 12 more teams stand on the precipice of another enduring campaign.
Make no mistake; the World Cup in Brazil was one of the most impressive spectacles in the recent history of the tournament.
But is there truly anything that invokes the senses like pulling on the famous claret and blue, amber and black or red and white, heading to your ground, singing your chants and seeing your heroes create memories that will last a lifetime.
The Premier League is quite simply the greatest show on earth. It sounds cliché but here in England, the uncertainty of the 90 minutes ahead reigns supreme. Never before has there been a Premier League so competitive with six teams realistically believing they can claim the crown.
‘Dare we dream’ and ‘is this our season’ are many questions ringing through the minds of Premier League fans up and down the land right now with 38 games to come between now and May full of blood, sweat and tears.
But the answers to some of the questions will begin to be revealed this weekend as Premier League fans unfurl the opening chapter of new beginnings.
The time for waiting is almost over. We’ve been counting down the hours, minutes and seconds but tomorrow lunchtime, both Manchester United and Swansea City will raise the curtain on the 2014/15 campaign for real.
With the Red Devils now under the stewardship of Louis van Gaal and Garry Monk’s Swans boasting new French international striker Bafetimbi Gomis in attack, it’s a great way to kick off the new term.
Take your seats football fans, the Barclays Premier League is back. That calls for a Carlsberg!
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