2016 Season

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2016 Schedule
6-6-26, 20th in English Premier League
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39mBen Dinnery, Premier Injuries

Chelsea, Sunderland show injuries matter

Champions Chelsea had the second-least number of days lost from injury, while relegated Sunderland had the most. That tells you a lot.

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Darke: David Moyes has lost his mojo (3:27)
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4dPeter O'Rourke

Pardew eyed for Sunderland job - sources

Former Newcastle United boss Alan Pardew is the surprise name in the frame for the vacant manager's job at Sunderland, sources have told ESPN FC.

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4dJohn Brewin

Moyes faces a bleak managerial future

Having struggled at home and abroad since leaving Everton, there are few immediate options for David Moyes. But maybe the Scotland job could be one.

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Prem in 90 seconds: Moyes, Terry strike deal (2:42)
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4dThore Haugstad for FourFourTwo.com

Contrast between top and bottom clear

David Moyes came up with an honest attempt to stop Antonio Conte's 3-4-3 system, but Chelsea still trashed his Sunderland team 5-1.

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4dColin Randall

Moyes and Sunderland's miserable season

With goals and creativity hard to come by, David Moyes and Sunderland suffered through a season expected to bring about big changes for the club.

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5dColin Randall

Sunderland thrashed on Prem farewell

Sunderland bowed out from the Premier League after 10 seasons with a 5-1 thrashing at Chelsea that illustrated the gulf between top and bottom.

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5dPA Sport

Chelsea, Terry sign off in style with 5-1 win

Chelsea celebrated lifting the Premier League trophy with a record 30th win as relegated Sunderland were dispatched with ease at Stamford Bridge.

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Wenger downplays Arsenal-Pickford rumours (0:28)
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Moyes praises outstanding Pickford performance (0:54)
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10dColin Randall

Pickford drives up prospective price tag

Sunderland fell 2-0 at Arsenal in a match that afforded them some pride, while Jordan Pickford surely pumped up his price tag with strong performance.

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10dMichael Cox

Cox: Arsenal keep top-four hopes alive

Michael Cox: Arsenal could well miss out on a top-four finish, but their late-season form is still encouraging, as shown by a 2-0 win vs. Sunderland.

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11dPA Sport

Moyes agrees with Shearer's criticisms

Sunderland boss David Moyes has admitted he could not argue with Alan Shearer's withering critique of his relegated team's abject surrender vs Swansea

2016-17 Prem Table

TEAMGPWDLGDP
Chelsea383035+5293
Tottenham Hotspur382684+6086
Manchester City382396+4178
Liverpool3822106+3676
Arsenal382369+3375
Manchester United3818155+2569
Everton38171011+1861
Southampton38121016-746
AFC Bournemouth38121016-1246
West Bromwich Albion3812917-845
West Ham United3812917-1745
Leicester City3812818-1544
Stoke City38111116-1544
Crystal Palace3812521-1341
Swansea City3812521-2541
Burnley3811720-1640
Watford3811720-2840
Hull City389722-4334
Middlesbrough3851320-2628
Sunderland386626-4024

RankingsEnglish Premier League

Goal Difference-4019th
Goals Scored2919th
Assists1220th
Goals Conceded6918th