And they’re off.
Six weeks after England’s worst-ever World Cup finish, soccer fans in the UK have something to cheer about today with the 2014-15 season kickoff. So even as actual born-and-bred Englishmen play less and less of a starring role at the Premiership’ top clubs, Barclays aficionados the world over will be debating whether Manchester City will be challenged by the newly refurbished Chelsea, whether Louis van Gaal can return Manchester United to the top four, and whether Arsene Wenger’s incessant transfer-season tinkering will keep Arsenal on top of the table longer than a few weeks.
Who will come out on top at season end next spring? Have your say.