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2016/2017 English Premier League Season: 51 Questions To Be Answered (The Ultimate Question)

New Logo, New Rules, New Theme Song. Will this new English Premier League season produce a new champion?

The 2016/2017 English Premier League season is upon us. And after discussing 50 questions that will be asked this English Premier League season, we’re down to the last one; the big one!

Q1: Who Will Win the Title?
This one’s got to be the BIGGEST question this season. I mean: with nine teams possibly in contention, the size of this question cannot be overemphasized. And we’re not even talking about who tops the league in December or spends the most time at the top. Who will lift the trophy come May? Which team will be crowned champions and make their supporters merry at the end of it all? Will it be Arsenal or Chelsea or one of the two teams from Manchester? Will it be a back-to-back hit for Leicester? Will Tottenham spur themselves on to the title? What of Klopp’s Liverpool?

Honestly, it’s hard to tell. It’s never been harder than this. And we at ForTheGoals will keep our fingers crossed, and wait patiently as the biggest league in the world unfolds, game by game. We’ll be here throughout the season, talking about all (okay, maybe not all) the events as they happen. (One of us is secretly hoping that this season is more dramatic than the last, for the fans’ sake.)

From all of us here: Cheers to a fantastic 2016/2017 Premier League football season! 

Let the games begin!

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Rotimi Daramola is a freelance football writer, football analyst and football content creator that is in love with the beautiful game. You can keep up with all of his writing and also engage with him on Twitter @rotdav and on LinkedIn

Rotimi "Papi the Great" Daramola
Rotimi Daramola aka Papi the Great is the owner of ForTheGoal. A freelance sports writer who focuses on football, Rotimi is also a freelance writer, a copywriter and a football analyst who regularly appears on radio and television to talk football. You can follow him on twitter @papi_thegreat to keep up with his writings, engage him and also find out about how you can secure his writing services.

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