THE Premier League fixtures will be announced TODAY!
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There was so much hype surrounding Leeds' long-awaited return to the top flight.
And they lived up to the expectations of good football - and secured a 9th place finish.
Not bad for their first season back in the top flight.
Marcelo Bielsa's side played attacking football throughout, and refused to change their style or approach.
It saw them get battered by Man Utd, but it guaranteed them goals as well as some big results.
Leeds saw off league winners Man City towards the back end of the season.
People are excited to see what Bielsa and Leeds do next, so a good start will be key this season.
SPURS: TIME TO REBUILD
Tottenham started off last season really well, and they were considered in the title picture.
But in typical Spurs fashion, their title challenger status faded rather quickly.
And things started to turn sour for Jose Mourinho.
The legendary Premier League manager was sacked after a string of poor performances.
And a rather early Europa League exit to Dinamo Zagreb.
The best thing to come from Mourinho's tenure as Spurs manager: he turned Harry Kane into a beast, as promised.
The England striker finished top of both the league goals and assists chart.
David Moyes is a miracle maker, the Moyesiah!
The Hammers' biggest signing last summer was the permanent move for Thomas Soucek, who was on loan.
And Brentford's Said Benrahma.
Lots of players went out the door, and the Hammers' net-spend was rather low.
West Ham fans had the lowest confidence out of all fanbases in the Premier League.
But Moyes' side massively over-performed and secured a record points tally for the club in the Premier League, alongside a 6th place finish.
And they'll be going on a European tour.
All-in-all, last season was a rather successful one for Brendan Rodgers' Leicester.
The Foxes spent 242 days inside the top four last season, but dropped out at the last minute - much like the season before.
BUT, Leicester did come away with some Silverware. The Foxes picked up their first-ever FA Cup!
Rodgers' side finished 5th, but they'll be looking to better that in the new season.
Liverpool endured a injury-hit 2020-21 Premier League season with main man Virgil van Dijk picking up an anterior cruciate ligament injury.
The defender missed a large part of the season, and in that period, the Reds very nearly didn't secure a top four finish.
But a late surge, and a late Leicester capitulation, saw the Reds claw their way to a 3rd place finish with Chelsea just behind in 4th.
Big season for the Reds, who'll be looking to take back the Premier League title, after losing it last season.
And they'll have Van Dijk back!
SKY BLUE CRUISE
Man City, despite winning the Premier League, ended the 2020-21 season on a loss.
Pep Guardiola's men lost the Champions League final to Thomas Tuchel's Chelsea last month.
And this season, no doubt they'll try and reach the final again - they're yet to win the competition.
In the Premier League, no matter who they face, it'll be business as usual!