The Premier League Is Back

90 long days since a ball was last kicked, the greatest show on earth (arguably) is back this Saturday as Premier League football returns to our TV screens, papers, internet, and lives in general. We're taking you through this season’s biggest signings, managerial upsets (bye bye Sir Alex) and discussing the introduction of goal line technology. Prepare yourselves for controversy, multi-million pound deals, managerial sackings, great goals that go hand in hand with the Premiere League.

Transfers appear to be the hot topic of conversation, with serious interest in Gareth Bale from Real Madrid, Wayne Rooney to Chelsea and Luis Suarez to Arsenal, but who's going to make the move do we reckon?

Last season we said bye bye to Alex Ferguson and hello to David Moyes as Man United's latest manager, who is desperately trying to sign Cesc Fabregas in a record breaking deal from Barcelona.

Let's hope the introduction of goal line technology will eliminate all those "did it go in, didn't it?" scenarios, as who can forget the heartbreaking 2012 World Cup match when Frank Lampard was wrongly denied an equalizer against Germany, we sure can't So here's to hoping all this will change and we see some cracking (real) goals this season.