Hello friends today we will talking about New Priemere League. As football strives to fit in a winter World Cup, the 31st Premier League season begins sooner than normal, with Crystal Palace facing Arsenal on Friday.
The most significant change is that each club can now make five replacements every game, up from three previously.
When football resumed following the first Covid lockdown in 2020, the Premier League imposed the regulation for the remainder of the 2019-20 season.
While the majority of Europe’s other divisions – and Uefa competitions – used five substitutes, English football returned to three.
From a bench of nine players, five substitutes will now be permitted. Teams have three chances to deploy their five substitutes, plus the option to use them at half-time, before no more subs may be made.
Players will now only take the knee before certain games, as opposed to the anti-racism gesture that was previously used before every match.
Premier League clubs have been instructed not to halt games unless necessary due to a medical emergency in the stands.
Assistant referees have been told to only raise their flag for blatant offside when there is a clear likelihood of a goal and when the call is close.
There will be increased searches outside stadiums, as well as the deployment of sniffer dogs, to reduce the use of flares and smoke bombs during games.
Another improvement will be the implementation of a multi-ball system to eliminate delays while the ball is out of play.
There will be ten balls in total, including the match ball, one with the fourth official, and eight on cones around the pitch next to a ‘ball assistant.’
There are also possibilities for postponing games due to missing players, albeit the Premier League would evaluate each team’s request on an individual basis.
“Approval will only be granted where the impact of player unavailability on a club’s squad is truly exceptional and where the club concerned has taken all reasonable steps to avoid the necessity to make the application,” it stated.
Nottingham Forest has returned to the Premier League after being demoted in 1998-99 for the first time in 23 years.
It took them 8,414 days and 1,069 league and play-off games to return, with a 1-0 win against Huddersfield at Wembley in May. No team has spent more time in the Championship before being promoted to the Premier League.
The other two teams coming up have recently been in the top flight.
Scott Parker and Fulham, who were relegated from the Premier League in 2020-21, are back – but not together.
Fulham made it five seasons in a row of bouncing between the Championship and the Premier League when they were promoted as winners under Marco Silva.
Parker left Craven Cottage in June for Bournemouth, where he led the Cherries to second place in the Premier League until 2020.
However, one familiar team will be missing: Burnley will be absent from the Premier League for the first time since 2015-16. Norwich and Watford were relegated after only one season.
Erik ten Hag becomes the ninth manager of Manchester United, counting caretakers and interim managers, since Alex Ferguson’s retirement in 2013.
In his four and a half years in Amsterdam, the 52-year-old led Ajax to two Dutch doubles and a third Eredivisie crown.
United will be hoping he can help them re-enter the Champions League and win their first trophy since 2017.
Nottingham Forest’s other new manager is Welshman Steve Cooper.
Before taking over as Swansea manager for two years, the 42-year-old led England Under-16s and 17s.
He took over as manager of Forest in September, when they were bottom of the table and having their worst start to a season since 1913, and guided them to promotion through the play-offs.
Parker and Silva have previous Premier League managing experience, while Ten Hag was the lone summer managerial change.
This summer has seen numerous major Premier League additions, but all eyes will be on Manchester City striker Erling Haaland.
The £51 million signing from Borussia Dortmund has more than 130 club goals and another 20 for Norway. He is only 22 years old.
Another significant transaction saw Liverpool replace Sadio Mane, who departed for Bayern Munich, with Benfica attacker Darwin Nunez for £64 million.
Tottenham purchased Everton forward Richarlison for £60 million, while Manchester City sold striker Gabriel Jesus and defender Oleksandr Zinchenko to Arsenal for a combined £75 million, and Raheem Sterling to Chelsea for a fee of £50 million.
Manchester City paid £45 million for Leeds midfielder Kalvin Phillips, while Manchester United signed Ajax defender Lisandro Martinez and Chelsea signed Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.
West Ham paid more than £60 million for Rennes’ Nayef Aguerd and Sassuolo’s Gianluca Scamacca.
Alexandre Lacazette, Paul Pogba, Mane, Romelu Lukaku, Antonio Rudiger, Andreas Christensen, and Raphinha are among the notable players who have left the Premier League.
New winter break
As a result of the Qatar World Cup being pushed to November and December, there will be six weeks without a Premier League game this winter, a first for English football.
There will be no Premier League football from November 13 to December 26.
Teams will also have more time between Christmas games, however, there will only be two days off between December 26 and January 5.
To accommodate the break, the season begins a week sooner than the previous term – Friday, August 5 – and finishes a week later – Sunday, May 28.