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EPL 2007-2008

Champions Manchester United
Top goalscorer 31: Cristiano Ronaldo (MUN)
Most assists 17: Cesc Fabregas (ARS)
Most goals  80: Manchester United
Most clean sheets 21: Chelsea
21: Manchester United 
Player of the Season Cristiano Ronaldo (MUN)
Manager of the Season Sir Alex Ferguson (MUN)


League table[edit]

Qualification or relegation
1 Manchester United (C) 38 27 6 5 80 22 +58 87 2008–09 UEFA Champions LeagueGroup stage
2 Chelsea 38 25 10 3 65 26 +39 85
3 Arsenal 38 24 11 3 74 31 +43 83 2008–09 UEFA Champions League Third qualifying round
4 Liverpool 38 21 13 4 67 28 +39 76
5 Everton 38 19 8 11 55 33 +22 65 2008–09 UEFA Cup First round
6 Aston Villa 38 16 12 10 71 51 +20 60 2008 UEFA Intertoto Cup Third round
7 Blackburn Rovers 38 15 13 10 50 48 +2 58
8 Portsmouth 38 16 9 13 48 40 +8 57 2008–09 UEFA Cup First round 1
9 Manchester City 38 15 10 13 45 53 −8 55 2008–09 UEFA Cup First qualifying round 2
10 West Ham United 38 13 10 15 42 50 −8 49
11 Tottenham Hotspur 38 11 13 14 66 61 +5 46 2008–09 UEFA Cup First round 3
12 Newcastle United 38 11 10 17 45 65 −20 43
13 Middlesbrough 38 10 12 16 43 53 −10 42
14 Wigan Athletic 38 10 10 18 34 51 −17 40
15 Sunderland 38 11 6 21 36 59 −23 39
16 Bolton Wanderers 38 9 10 19 36 54 −18 37
17 Fulham 38 8 12 18 38 60 −22 36
18 Reading (R) 38 10 6 22 41 66 −25 36 Relegation to 2008–09 Football League Championship
19 Birmingham City (R) 38 8 11 19 46 62 −16 35
20 Derby County (R) 38 1 8 29 20 89 −69 11


Personnel and kits[edit]

Team Manager Captain Kit maker Shirt sponsor Notes
Arsenal FranceArsčne Wenger FranceWilliam Gallas Nike Emirates Same home kit as 2006–07. New white and redcurrant away kit with watermark in tribute to former manager, Herbert Chapman. New third kit for Champions League ties features red and blue hoops.
Aston Villa Northern IrelandMartin O'Neill EnglandGareth Barry Nike 32red Nike takes over from Hummel. New crest design. The new home strip was unveiled on 17 July 2007, there is a small white lion on the back of the neck. Away kit is white with sky blue pinstripes and also features a lion on the back of the neck (claret). Black third shirt released in November.
Birmingham City Scotland Alex McLeish Northern IrelandDamien Johnson Umbro F&C Investments Lonsdale dropped as kit manufacturers as Umbro come in. F&C Investments replace flybe as sponsors. "Penguin" shirt design returns. White away shirt, with blue shorts and white socks. All-red third kit with blue and white trim.
Blackburn Rovers England Mark Hughes New Zealand Ryan Nelsen Umbro Bet 24 Umbro replace Lonsdale as new kit manufacturers. Minor alterations to home kit. New red and black halved away kit.
Bolton Wanderers England Gary Megson England Kevin Davies Reebok Reebok New white home kit, with watermark, red sleeve design and navy blue trim. New indigo blue away kit with turquoise shapes and dark watermark. Last season's third kit unchanged.
Chelsea IsraelAvram Grant England John Terry Adidas Samsung Mobile Home kit same as 2006–07. New 'electric yellow' away kit with black trim, new white and blue third/European kit.[42] Both of the new kits have a small Chelsea Lion embossed on the lower back.
Derby County England Paul Jewell EnglandRobbie Savage Adidas Derbyshire Building Society Adidas replaces Joma. New white home kit and black away kit. New crest design. Third kit is bright yellow.
Everton ScotlandDavid Moyes England Phil Neville Umbro Chang Beer New royal blue home kit and white away kit designs. New navy blue alternative kit.
Fulham England Roy Hodgson United States Brian McBride Nike LG Nike replaces Airness as kit maker; LG replaces Pipex as shirt sponsor. All-white home kit and red-and-black striped away kit, honouring Fulham's 1975 FA Cup Final team, with white V-neck collar.[43] Third kit of all-sky blue.
Liverpool SpainRafael Benítez EnglandSteven Gerrard Adidas Carlsberg Home kit same as 2006–07. New white away kit with red trim. Also, new black and red third/European away kit. New Adidas kit for 2008–09 was previewed in the final home game of the season against Manchester City on 4 May.
Manchester City SwedenSven-Göran Eriksson Republic of IrelandRichard Dunne Le Coq Sportif Thomas Cook.com Reebok replaced by French sports kit makers. White shorts replace sky blue in home kit, with shirt having white pinstripes. New indigo away kit also with white pinstripes. Third kit is white with a blue cross white shorts and socks.
Manchester United Scotland Sir Alex Ferguson England Gary Neville Nike AIG New red home shirt with a white line which runs down the centre of the back, blue goalkeeper shirt were released on 1 August. Away kit is black with red trim and red line on the back. Previous season's white away kit confirmed as the third kit.
Middlesbrough EnglandGareth Southgate GhanaGeorge Boateng Erreŕ Garmin 888.com replaced as sponsor by satellite navigation company Garmin.[44] New home kit with red pinstripe, and new white and gold away kit. New crest design.
Newcastle United England Kevin Keegan England Nicky Butt Adidas Northern Rock New home kit with solid black back and sky blue trims. New sky blue away kit with black trim. New sky blue and white third kit.
Portsmouth England Harry Redknapp England Sol Campbell Canterbury Oki Rugby jersey manufacturer Canterbury replaces Jako in the New Zealand brand's first venture into football. Home shirt is blue with white and gold trim. Away shirt is white with blue and gold trim. Third shirt is black with gold trim. Each kit has a number of reflective circles on the sleeves and down the sides.
Reading England Steve Coppell ScotlandGraeme Murty Puma Kyocera Home kit same as 2006–07. New black and grey hooped away kit with black back and 'arch' design. Third kit is the same as last season's.
Sunderland Republic of Ireland Roy Keane England Dean Whitehead Umbro boylesports.com Another change from Lonsdale to Umbro; Reg Vardy out as sponsor. New home kit is red-and-white stripes with Umbro diamond design on shoulders. Away kit is all white with red and black trimmings. Third kit is all blue with red and white trimmings.
Tottenham Hotspur SpainJuande Ramos EnglandLedley King Puma Mansion Casino Celebrating their 125th season. Home strip to change to all white. Navy blue away kit and yellow third kit to carry Chinese Mandarin version of the Mansion logo. Halved white and light blue throwback worn on anniversary date.
West Ham United England Alan Curbishley Australia Lucas Neill Umbro XL Airways Reebok replaced by Umbro; JobServe replaced by XL Airways as sponsor. New claret-and-blue home shirt unveiled on 16 June; white away shirt unveiled on 27 July.
Wigan Athletic England Steve Bruce Netherlands Mario Melchiot Umbro JJB Sports New home, away and third kit. JJB replaced by Umbro as kit maker, but remains as sponsor. Home kit is a return to blue-and-white stripes with solid blue back. Away kit is white with blue and black trim, with the third kit black with blue and white trim.


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