Premier League set to be closer than ever next season
Managerial changes will prevent the top three teams from running away with the title
The top three teams of the English Premier League are recruiting new managers for next season, which should mean only one thing; a level playing field.
All three teams have committed to investing in their future and allowing their respective manager the funds to bring in the talents they have earmarked.
This should prevent any one team running away with the league as has happened this year and contrastingly stop any teams falling at the wayside before the heavy Christmas period.
You can expect a lot of transfer activity in and out with top names expressing their desire to leave and speculation about top draw players arriving.
Furthermore, if Jose Mourinho returns you can expect Chelsea to mount a real challenge for the title whilst causing a lot of controversy in the process.
Whether these managerial alterations prove to be positive or not remain to be seen, either way it will bring all teams closer together resulting in closer competition in all aspects.
So whether you are a fan of Chelsea, Arsenal, Everton or Newcastle you should be rubbing your hands together at the prospect of the managerial changes helping with your club’s success.
So, although the last weekend of football is now an anti-climax with not a great deal to play for apart from Champions League automatic qualification, next season is bound to get the football juices flowing and should be an action packed season.
On a separate note all neutral supporters cross your fingers and toes and hope that we find Arsenal and Chelsea in the position of having to play a Champions League play-off.
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