Premier League Archive Premier League Archive 2016/17 Season Now Available
After a season of under achieving in 2015/16, Chelsea bounced back to claim the title in 2016/17. New Manager, Italian Antonio Conte guided the Blues to the trophy with the record number of League victories, 30, including a 13 match winning streak.
17 Clean Sheets by Manchester United
25,000th Goal in PL scored by Zlatan Ibrahimovic
29 Goals from Harry Kane
2,459 Passes by Cesar Azpilicueta
114 substitutions by Chelsea, all 3 every match
1,064 Goals
30 Matches won by Chelsea FC 97.14 latest goal scored by Alexis Sanchez
At the beginning of the season all eyes were on the side-lines as big name managers were causing a stir. Conte, Guardiola, and Mourinho all joining an already stellar cast of Klopp, Pochettino, Wenger and Koeman in the greatest show on Earth. Big names came on the pitch too, Zlatan, Jesus, David Luiz, again, and of course, the world’s most expensive footballer, Paul Pogba.

Last season’s fairy tale was soon over as a 6 match pointless and goalless run saw the charismatic Claudio Ranieri leave his post as Leicester City manager. But, with a change of manager came a change in fortunes and an end of season 12th placed finish was happy relief for the fox fans, as the unwanted record of relegation was a realistic possibility for the reigning Champions of England. It seems it was one great escape too many for David Moyes’ Sunderland, as they made it a disappointing treble for the North East as they joined newly promoted Hull City and Middlesbrough in facing relegation.

Tottenham’s Harry Kane helped himself to 29 goals, and with it, the Golden Boot for a second year running. The Premier League saw 1,064 goals, with Tottenham Hotspur helping themselves to 86, and Hull City seeing 80 hit the back of their own net.

There were nearly 1400 yellow cards, over 40 red cards, 188 headed goals, 253 posts or cross bars struck, two 9 goal thrillers and over 15 thousands crosses delivered, all in all making it an eventful 2016/17 season, which saw John Terry lift Chelsea’s fifth Premier League title in his final game for the men at the Bridge.
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