Premier League Round-Up : Business As Usual

It was business as usual for most sides, as the Barclays Premier League kicked off after a draining World Cup schedule. Chelsea and United romped to victories, while Liverpool and Arsenal let opportunities slip.

The Premiership is back – Expectations 2010-11′

The Premiership is back and this time it promises to be a cracking one. With the Big Four, we now have at least fore more teams challenging for top honor. With the influx of money into league, thanks to rich owners, the Premier League is the 'Biggest Show on Earth'. THT's Sounak brings you all you can expect in the new season.

Liverpool v Arsenal – Preview

A new look Liverpool side begin a fresh chapter under Roy Hodgson, while the Gunners look for a great start to stake their claim as serious contenders for the title. Arsenal travel to Liverpool as Anfield hosts a fixture which has proved to be one of the most entertaining clashes in recent times. TheHardTackle previews the first biggie of the season.

Transfer Watch – Liverpool FC: Rekindling of lost hopes..

With a new ambitious manager and a new belief, Liverpool FC are focused on starting afresh this season to compete with the top clubs in the Premiership. THT's guest author Kris Sreekanth takes a look at the transfers made so far along with the different speculations that can make or break Liverpool's season.

The faithful supporters at Anfield could see their club ownership changing hands soon, as Chinese philanthropist Kenny Huang corners the American duo of Hicks and Gillett with a proposal, backed by RBS. TheHardTackle's Anurag Upadhyaya explains the entire situation, and what Liverpool F.C could possible experience from this interesting deal.