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Jim White is waiting to reassure fans pining for the Premier League that Football. Is. Coming.
You may know it all about Fabregas and co. but who are the signings to have slipped under the radar?
Part three of our transfer guide includes a look at where Manchester United need to strengthen.
Check out our gallery of when you can see each Premier League club live on Sky Sports this season.
Find out which Stoke games you can see live on Sky Sports in the first few months of the season.
After a record-breaking season, Stoke can be happy. Jamie Redknapp and Opta to give their verdict.
Martin signs off with stats on City's title, seasons with most goals and poor old Martin Skrtel.
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