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.


On a quiet Friday from footballing sense, the headlines were made by Teddy Sheringham who agreed a £2.l million move to Tottenham from Nottingham Forest as Terry Venables looked to have finally got a replacement of Gary Lineker. Lineker’s departure at the end of previous season had haunted Spurs during a dismal start that has brought only two points and goals from four Premier League matches. Sheringham was expected to move in alongside Gordon Durie and make his debut against Ipswich at Portman Road.

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In other smaller headlines, media marveled over Eric Cantona’s seven goal contribution in five matches. They praised his marvelous scoring touch and ability to create opportunities for his team-mates.

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Concerns were also raised for the dons – Wimbledon who made a dreadful start to the new Premier League season, losing their first three matches. They went down 1-2 at Leeds on August 15 and had since suffered home defeats by Coventry and newly-promoted Ipswich. Only a Dean Holdsworth equaliser after 74 minutes earned the Dons a 2-2 draw at Sheffield United on Tuesday night to give them 1st point of the season.

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Premier League Fans – As we promised, our vision of Premier League Museum portal is to restore the rich history of English Premier League. We want to keep alive every moment which made up the rich , entertaining and best league in the world today. How do you find our website and podcast EPL 24×7 on youtube so far.. Please provide your feedback or comments on the youtube channel  or website.

At the end, we look for 3 things from you as we launch the podcast and website portal.

  • Subscribe to our youtube channel, like our facebook page or follow our twitter handle
  • Join us in writing stories and articles covering rich history of the league
  • Contribute your experiences as fans of the best league in the world


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By Premier League Museum Admin

English Premier League fan since 1992. Travel enthusiast, sports buff and blog writer with deep interest in watching sports - English premier league, American Football, Basketball, Tennis, Cricket.. you name it.. Firm believer in giving back to the community which gives you happiness and identity. My inspiration - “I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples.” – Mother Teresa

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