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Premier League 2023/24: In-Depth Review and Memorable Moments

 Premier League 2023/24: In-Depth Review and Memorable Moments

Cole Palmer of Chelsea
Cole Palmer of Chelsea is closed down by Lewis Cook of Bournemouth during the Premier League match between Chelsea FC and AFC Bournemouth at Stamford Bridge on May 19, 2024 in London, England(Image-Getty) 



Adrian Kajumba, Alex Keble, Adrian Clarke, and Ben Bloom review the highlights and memorable moments from the 2023/24 Premier League season.


 Adrian Kajumba


Best Player

Cole Palmer was a standout, almost single-handedly securing European football for Chelsea with 22 Premier League goals and 11 assists in a phenomenal breakout season.


Best Goal

Alejandro Garnacho’s overhead kick for Manchester United at Everton was jaw-dropping, showcasing incredible execution and earning it the title of Budweiser Goal of the Season.


Favourite Moment

An emotional return for Luton Town's captain Tom Lockyer to Kenilworth Road after collapsing on the pitch at AFC Bournemouth. His comeback was a poignant highlight of the season.


Standout Achievement

Unai Emery's transformation of Aston Villa, leading them into the UEFA Champions League despite taking over when they were 16th and just three points above the relegation zone.


 Alex Keble


Best Player

Phil Foden emerged as a superstar, moving from Kevin De Bruyne’s understudy to a leading role, highlighted by his decisive goal on the final day of the season.


Best Goal

Garnacho’s overhead kick against Everton remains an unparalleled spectacle, noted for its quick footwork, power, and precision.


Favourite Moment

The surreal tactical gamble by Ange Postecoglou during Tottenham Hotspur's 4-1 defeat to Chelsea, instructing his nine men to maintain a high line, creating a chaotic and unforgettable match.


Standout Achievement

Emery’s feat of getting Villa into the Champions League despite an injury crisis and a demanding schedule, demonstrating remarkable resilience and tactical acumen.


Adrian Clarke


Best Player

Martin Odegaard was sensational for Arsenal, leading by example with his work-rate and creativity, creating the most chances in open play for the team.


Best Goal

Oscar Bobb's winner at St James' Park, set up by De Bruyne’s perfect chip pass and followed by Bobb's sublime control and finish, was a crucial and beautiful goal.


Favourite Moment

The chaotic Spurs vs. Chelsea match with its five goals, five disallowed goals, and two red cards, highlighted by Postecoglou's audacious tactics.


Standout Achievement

Emery guiding Aston Villa to a top-four finish, surpassing many bigger clubs, was a testament to his exceptional coaching and tactical prowess.


 Ben Bloom


Best Player

Cole Palmer’s transformation from squad player to a critical part of the Chelsea team, along with Foden and Rodri’s consistent performances, made him a standout.


Best Goal

While De Bruyne's assist for Bobb’s crucial goal against Newcastle was notable, Garnacho’s bicycle kick at Goodison Park was a masterpiece of audacity and technique.


Favourite Moment

Luton captain Tom Lockyer’s return to Kenilworth Road after his on-pitch cardiac arrest, receiving a standing ovation, was a moment of profound emotion and perspective.


Standout Achievement

Emery not only guided Villa to fourth place but did so while managing European football and an injury-hit squad, securing key victories against top teams like Manchester City and Arsenal.




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