Angepinnt Premier League Saison 2015-16

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    • Tja, vielleicht ist es nicht die Schwäche von Chelsea, sondern die Stärke der Gegner?

      Chelsea hat gegen Manchester City (1.) Und Crystal Palace (2.) Verloren und ein Unentschieden gegen Swansea (4.).

      Gegen Manchester Cit kann man auswärts verlieren.. Auch wenn nicht mit der Leistung.

      Pardew hat als Palace Trainer 8 von 10 Auswärtsspielen gewonnen..

      Swansea hat eben gegen Manchester Utd gewonnen..

      Nur um die Diskussion um Mou's Sack zu relativieren
    • blueblue schrieb:

      Tja, vielleicht ist es nicht die Schwäche von Chelsea, sondern die Stärke der Gegner?

      Chelsea hat gegen Manchester City (1.) Und Crystal Palace (2.) Verloren und ein Unentschieden gegen Swansea (4.).

      Gegen Manchester Cit kann man auswärts verlieren.. Auch wenn nicht mit der Leistung.

      Pardew hat als Palace Trainer 8 von 10 Auswärtsspielen gewonnen..

      Swansea hat eben gegen Manchester Utd gewonnen..

      Nur um die Diskussion um Mou's Sack zu relativieren


      Diese "Diskussion" hat ein User angestoßen....nicht alles so ernst nehmen hier :biggrin:
    • blueblue schrieb:

      Tja, vielleicht ist es nicht die Schwäche von Chelsea, sondern die Stärke der Gegner?

      Chelsea hat gegen Manchester City (1.) Und Crystal Palace (2.) Verloren und ein Unentschieden gegen Swansea (4.).

      Gegen Manchester Cit kann man auswärts verlieren.. Auch wenn nicht mit der Leistung.

      Pardew hat als Palace Trainer 8 von 10 Auswärtsspielen gewonnen..

      Swansea hat eben gegen Manchester Utd gewonnen..

      Nur um die Diskussion um Mou's Sack zu relativieren


      Wie war die Bilanz von Pardew bei Newcastle??? :gruebel:
      "Es geht mir immer mehr auf die Nerven, dass immer über alles und jeden protestiert wird. Wir sind zu sehr eine Protestgesellschaft geworden." Robin Dutt
    • blueblue schrieb:

      @spock Newcastle mit ausschließlich auf Profit orientierten Owner?? Kein Wunder, dass Pardew weggegangen ist. Ist ein guter Mann


      Mag sein. Was ich sagen will-manchmal passt es eben bei einem Verein und manchmal nicht.
      ich glaube auch, dass Pardew ein gute Mann ist. Aber Mou natürlich auch. :zwinker:
      "Es geht mir immer mehr auf die Nerven, dass immer über alles und jeden protestiert wird. Wir sind zu sehr eine Protestgesellschaft geworden." Robin Dutt
    • Die Erwartungshaltung ist halt eine andere bei Chelsea als bei Palace, aber lasst Mou doch mal machen.

      Es ist diese Saison nicht der ganz große Umbau, aber mit Drogba und Cech sind zwei wichtige Führubgsspieler gegangen. Dazu kommt noch, dass Terry und Ivanovic nicht in Form sind.

      Baba und Kennedy sind Spieler für die Zukunft. Pedro ist der wichtigste Transfer der Saison. Unglaublich, dass er ohne Anlaufzeit gleich seine Leistung abrufen kann.

      Ob es wieder die Premier League wird, weiß ich nicht. City ist extrem stark, insbesondere wenn De Breuyne noch kommen sollte. Die Liga insgesamt ist extrem stark, auch wenn die Ergebnisse im Europapokal es nicht widerspiegeln, aber was willst du machen, wenn du 4 zusätzliche Ligaspiele hast und dann noch einen zweiten Pokal.

      Die Spieler sind um Jahresende einfach kapputt, um in allen Wettbewerben volle Leistung abzurufen, die du brauchst, um in England und Europa Titel zu holen. Winterpause gibt es ja nicht.

      Klar, Bayern spielt auch in der Bundesliga jede Woche mit der Top 11, aber es kann mir keiner sagen, dass es bei einer komfortablen Führung genauso anstrengend ist, wie jede Woche in der Premier League knappe Spiele zu gewinnen
    • ​Overseas football fans visiting Britain now at 800,000

      By Alistair Magowan
      BBC Sport
      The number of overseas fans visiting Britain to watch top-flight football rose to 800,000 in 2014 and brought in £684m, according to research.
      Most fans came from the Republic of Ireland (121,000), with Norway (93,000), Sweden (58,000) and the United States (53,000) next.
      Old Trafford and Arsenal's Emirates Stadium were the most popular venues, both receiving 109,000 visits each.
      Premier League chief Richard Scudamore said the rise was "very encouraging".
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      Supporters' Chair: 'Concerns over tourist ticket distribution'
      However, football supporters groups said the figures, released by tourism body Visit Britain, underlined concerns they have about the make-up of fans in stadiums, ticket prices and club identity.
      The last time Visit Britain - which has a partnership with the Premier League to encourage visitors to come to Britain and see a live match - published figures was in 2010, when 50,000 fewer fans attended games.
      The Norwegian branch of the Liverpool Supporters' Club estimates that for big games, up to 1,500 Norwegians descend on Anfield.
      The Premier League is already a huge global brand with an estimated 1.2bn fans worldwide and overseas TV rights expected to exceed the £2bn which was paid for the last deal running from the 2016-17 season.
      The research shows that fans want to experience that excitement in person, which in turn is boosting the British economy.
      Where do overseas fans comes from?
      Republic of Ireland accounted for 121,000 of 800,000 fans visiting Britain to watch top-flight football
      Boosting Britain's economy

      Visit Britain says it is targeting key markets across the globe through its 'Football is Great' campaign, which includes a video from Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs on the ease of travelling around the country.
      And from a financial point of view, it appears to be paying off.
      The 800,000 overseas fans who watched football in Britain last year spent £684m collectively, up £89m since 2010. On average they were likely to spend £855 per visit, considerably higher than those who chose not to watch football at £628.
      Football also appears to be a good way of encouraging visitors to Britain in winter months while the football season continues, with 31% of visitors from January to March taking in matches, compared with 19% in July to September.
      Almost three quarters (73%) of visitors who gave their primary journey purpose as watching sport said they had attended a football match.
      Manchester taxi drivers will tell you how much busier they are on match days when Manchester United are at home, and it is clear that football is a big attraction to the area.
      Ten percent of visitors to the North West of England, which is also the home of Manchester City and Liverpool, head to the region to watch football, compared to 5.6% in the north-east and just 1.3 in the south-east.
      Tourism minister Tracey Crouch said: "It's fantastic to see the positive role football is playing in showcasing key destinations in many different regions of the UK."
      Fans merchandise is often geared towards overseas tourism
      Fans merchandise is often geared towards overseas tourism
      What is the appeal?

      Tore Hansen is the chief executive of the official Norway branch of the Liverpool Supporters' Club and has been travelling to Anfield for the past 30 years.
      He says the love affair started in the 1960s when many Norwegians adopted English teams as a result of games being screened on TV. He also believes the numerous flight routes to Britain have made it easier for fans to travel.
      "It's been building for many years," he told BBC Sport. "One of the reasons was because the standard of football in Norway wasn't that great. British football has always been popular in Norway and it's also a nice country to visit."
      So popular in fact, that the clamour for tickets has increased at Anfield, a stadium which holds 45,500 fans and is dwarfed by the 60,000 capacity at Emirates Stadium and 75,700 at Old Trafford.
      Hansen, 48, says that some Norwegian fans end up buying from season ticket holders, with some choosing to sell their seats every week. He also says there are many examples of fans paying for tickets on the internet, never to see them in person.
      "The demand is massive and it's a shame it's gone that way, especially for local people in Liverpool," he added.
      The Premier League says that stadiums were at 96% capacity last season.
      Anfield
      Liverpool is expanding its stadium to 59,000 seats for the start of the 2016-17 season
      Keeping a club's heritage

      Manchester United Supporters Trust (MUST) vice-chairman Sean Bones says there needs to be equilibrium between welcoming overseas fans and maintaining the club's heritage.
      Asked whether a local or overseas supporter was considered more important by clubs, he said: "Manchester United has been built by generations of local support and we deserve that recognition. It's a question of balance, the fact we are so attractive to tourists is because of our history."
      Bones also has concerns about the demand for tickets increasing prices. A BBC study found that the average price of cheapest tickets in England has increased by 13% since 2011, with the Football Supporters' Federation calling for clubs to reduce their cost.
      Bones told BBC Sport: "It's good for the country when additional funds come into the economy but we need clubs to reward the long-term loyalty of our supporters."
      As for whether overseas fans contribute to subdued atmospheres at Old Trafford, Bones says: "That's probably more to do with all-seater stadiums."
      Most visited stadiums in Britain by overseas fans
      Old Trafford (Manchester United): 109,000
      Emirates Stadium (Arsenal): 109,000
      Anfield (Liverpool): 99,000
      Stamford Bridge (Chelsea): 89,000
      Wembley (England): 51,000
      White Hart Lane (Tottenham): 40,000
      Etihad Stadium (Manchester City): 33,000
      Craven Cottage (Fulham): 30,000
      Will numbers of overseas fans increase?

      The top-10 largest markets for overseas visitors to British football are limited to European countries, the US and Australia.
      But Visit Britain believes that the growth of the Premier League's appeal in Asia means the established order may not remain for long.
      "The London 2012 Olympics put Britain on the map as the home of sport, and obviously football is a global draw," says Patricia Yates from Visit Britain.
      "It's interesting to see the strong appeal it has in new-growth markets like China, Hong Kong and Indonesia where those new out-bound travellers tend to be younger and affluent. They have the same loyalty to their clubs as British fans and they want to come and see them play in the stadium."
      £1,300 to watch your team play?
      Read about one South African fan's journey to watch his beloved Manchester United play at Old Trafford.
      Like Bones, Yates believes there needs to be a balance between local and overseas supporters but argues that foreign fans "add to the flavour of the match".
      As for overseas football visitors reaching the 1m mark, do not expect Visit Britain to halt its use of the Premier League as key marketing tool.
      "In 2014, we saw 35m people come to Britain where they spent £22bn, and we plan to grow that to 40m by 2020," Yates added. "So we have ambitious targets and we will continue to use football as a major draw to this country."
      As Hansen says, the Anfield Stadium expansion has come at just the right time.


      bbc.com/sport/0/football/34197370
      | "It is better to fail aiming high than to succeed aiming low. And we of Spurs have set our sights very high... so high, in fact, that even failure will have in it an echo of glory!" (Bill Nicholson OBE) |
    • Live UK TV fixtures for December-January released

      Live UK TV fixtures for December-January released
      Thursday 08 October 2015
      Find out the latest raft of matches due for live broadcast on Sky Sports and BT Sport in 2015/16
      Manchester United v Chelsea on 28 December will be shown on BT Sport
      Manchester United's home match with Chelsea is just one of the stand-out Barclays Premier League fixtures selected for live broadcast in the UK by Sky Sports and BT Sport for December and the festive period.
      Fixture changes explained >>
      The month opens with Stoke City manager Mark Hughes welcoming his former club Manchester City to the Britannia Stadium on 5 December in a match to be shown on BT Sport while the next day will see Sky Sports broadcasting live from St James' Park as Newcastle United host Liverpool.
      Leicester City, managed by former Chelsea manager Claudio Ranieri, welcome the Blues to the King Power Stadium on Monday, 14 December on Sky Sports, while BT Sport will broadcast the Foxes' home match with Manchester City on Tuesday, 29 December.
      Sky Sports will show Manchester City's visit to Arsenal on Monday, 21 December while Manchester United's tussle with Chelsea at Old Trafford will be on BT Sport on Monday, 28 December.
      There are three live matches on Boxing Day, with Southampton hosting Arsenal on 7.45pm on BT Sport. The first BPL match of 2016 will take place at the Boleyn Ground when West Ham United host Liverpool at 12.45pm on 2 January on BT Sport.
      Sky Sports will broadcast Arsenal v Manchester City on Monday, 21 December
      Barclays Premier League live fixture list

      Saturday 5 December, 2015
      12.45pm Stoke City v Manchester City (BT Sport) #STKMCI
      5.30pm Chelsea v AFC Bournemouth (Sky Sports) #CHEBOU

      Sunday 6 December, 2015
      4pm Newcastle United v Liverpool (Sky Sports) #NEWLIV

      Monday 7 December, 2015
      8pm Everton v Crystal Palace (Sky Sports) #EVECRY

      Saturday 12 December, 2015
      12.45pm Norwich City v Everton (BT Sport) #NOREVE
      5.30pm AFC Bournemouth v Manchester United (Sky Sports) #BOUMUN

      Sunday 13 December, 2015
      1.30pm Aston Villa v Arsenal (Sky Sports) #AVLARS
      4pm Tottenham Hotspur v Newcastle United (Sky Sports) #TOTNEW

      Monday 14 December, 2015
      8pm Leicester City v Chelsea (Sky Sports) #LEICHE

      Saturday 19 December, 2015
      5.30pm Newcastle United v Aston Villa (Sky Sports) #NEWAVL

      Sunday 20 December, 2015
      1.30pm Watford v Liverpool (Sky Sports) #WATLIV
      4pm Swansea City v West Ham United (Sky Sports) #SWAWHU

      Monday 21 December, 2015
      8pm Arsenal v Manchester City (Sky Sports) #ARSMCI

      Saturday 26 December, 2015
      12.45pm Stoke City v Manchester United (Sky Sports) #STKMUN
      5.30pm Newcastle United v Everton (BT Sport) #NEWEVE
      7.45pm Southampton v Arsenal (BT Sport) #SOUARS

      Monday 28 December, 2015
      5.30pm Arsenal v AFC Bournemouth* #ARSBOU
      5.30pm West Ham United v Southampton* #WHUSOU
      *following the movement of Southampton v Arsenal to 7.45pm on 26 December
      5.30pm Manchester United v Chelsea (BT Sport) #MUNCHE

      Tuesday 29 December, 2015
      7.45pm Leicester City v Manchester City (BT Sport) #LEIMCI

      Wednesday 30 December, 2015
      7.45pm Sunderland v Liverpool (Sky Sports) #SUNLIV

      Saturday 2 January, 2016
      12.45pm West Ham United v Liverpool (BT Sport) #WHULIV
      5.30pm Watford v Manchester City (Sky Sports) #WATMCI

      Sunday 3 January, 2016
      1.30pm Crystal Palace v Chelsea (Sky Sports) #CRYCHE
      4pm Everton v Tottenham Hotspur (Sky Sports) #EVETOT
      premierleague.com/en-gb/news/n…ber-january-released.html :winke:
      | "It is better to fail aiming high than to succeed aiming low. And we of Spurs have set our sights very high... so high, in fact, that even failure will have in it an echo of glory!" (Bill Nicholson OBE) |