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What Happened Today In EPL – Aug 27 1992

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In this blog series – “What Happened Today”, we are going to revive some of the moments from past which will revive moments of the golden history of the league.

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Headlines on Thursday covered Wednesday night fixtures between 8 premier league teams.

Arsenal                     2    Oldham Athletic             0
Chelsea                     0    Blackburn Rovers            0
Coventry City               0    Queens Park Rangers         1
Manchester City             3    Norwich City                1

 

QUEENS Park Rangers veteran midfielder Ray Wilkins directed his young team-mates to beat Coventry City and replace Coventry City at the top of English Premier League ( Video of goal below ) .Coventry’s reign at the top lasted only four days after winning their three opening games.

 

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Mick Harford ( Photo below) produced a candidate for the miss of the season award as Chelsea was held to a goalless draw with Blackburn Rovers. Andy Townsend pushed a short free kick to Robert Fleck whose instant shot deflected to Harford six yards out. With goalkeeper Bobby Minuns grounded only a simple side foot shot was required but Harford somehow managed to scoop the ball over.

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In other interesting headlines on this date, Football Association gave Everton clearance to play Yugoslavian  ( Serbian American ) midfielder Predrag Radosavljević ( Preki ) ( Photo below) , enabling the talented midfielder to finally play for Howard Kendall’s team. Signing was interesting for 2 reasons –

  • He is the only man to play in the inaugural season of both the Premier League and Major League Soccer.
  • He wasn’t signed from MLS, or USL, or even one of those brilliantly named college teams, but rather from an indoor soccerteam.

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