Premier League

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Premier League

n (Ftbl) → erste Liga
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To be in the mix all you need to do is answer the following question: Which team went unbeaten in the 2003/04 season to clinch the Barclaycard Premiership?
Yesterday we gave away 2,000 Free Kicks Nike Premiership balls and TODAY we are offering readers the chance to win a signed football from your favourite Barclaycard Premiership club.
The Foxes are six points behind Kevin Keegan's side, who hover just outside the Barclaycard Premiership relegation zone, as they prepare for a crucial encounter at the Walkers Stadium.
Forssell will go into tomorrow's home Barclaycard Premiership clash with Manchester United with 18 goals to his name during a season-long loan from Chelsea.
Bushnell caused a stir a fortnight ago when he turned up at Leicester's training ground uninvited and persuaded manager Micky Adams to allow him to give a pep talk to his players before the Barclaycard Premiership match at home to Bolton.
It means City are unbeaten in four meetings with Villa since they returned to the Barclaycard Premiership 18 months ago.
Aston villa's second string suffered a heavy 3-0 defeat at Manchester United in the Barclaycard Premiership Reserve League North last night.
On a bad evening for the form book which saw Northampton, Scunthorpe and Wimbledon also upset the odds, it was Division Two Tranmere's 2-1 win over Barclaycard Premiership Wanderers at the Reebok Stadium which was the most notable of the third-round replay surprises.
THE Barclaycard Premiership moves into full swing with a mouthwatering lunchtime clash between Aston Villa and Liverpool.
ITV promised to pour cash into Champions League coverage after losing their Barclaycard Premiership football highlights package to the BBC.
Barclaycard awards panel spokesman Nic Gault said: "Steven Gerrard is without doubt one of the most gifted young midfielders in the Barclaycard Premiership.
Arsenal, yet to be beaten this season, currently stand two points clear at the top of the Barclaycard Premiership.