With the upcoming season only a bit more than 1 month away, the time is now to start this thread. Just as a foreword to the guys on this forum, http://gibol.tv/fullmatch/ is an invaluable resource if you are trying to watch matches for free online. I've been using this website to watch all of the Euro's, and it's worked perfectly for me and I am able to watch every single match. Gibol does not actually host the videos, rather it collects the videos which are hosted at other sites, thus it is both safe and completely legal to use. A good way to navigate the site is to start at http://gibol.tv/fullmatch/, you can see all full matches that you can watch of all leagues posted chronologically. By opening the link you can watch the match in full, often times perfect HD streaming. If you are like me, and prefer to watch matches on demand, on your own schedule without knowing the score, there are a couple tricks you can do to play the match without knowing the score. One is to open the match link in another tab, use a piece of paper to block the area where the score is displayed (it is the center of the screen, so a big piece of paper to cover the center of the screen will work), then scroll down to the video. Once you have scrolled down to the video, you will be past the score and thus can watch the video without knowing the score. Or you can do like I do, open in a new tab, look away from the computer to the side, and scroll down in the tab using the arrow key on keyboard, then look back and press play. Works like a charm and lets us watch all the matches, on our own schedule, without knowing the score. It will need to be confirmed when the new season starts, but I believe they stream matches for all of the major football leagues (PL, Ligue 1, Bundesliga, La Liga, Serie A). It would be great if we could all watch the matches then discuss here. Now, onto the Premier League 2016-17 season; Leicester City were the surprise Champions last season in a stunning upset, and the good news is they have managed to hang on to Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez, both of whom were the consensus players of the season last season. Mahrez was by far the highest scoring midfielder of the year, I think he finished with like 18 goals which is superb considering he is a midfielder. And Vardy was #2 in strikers. I'm a huge supporter of what Leicester City did last year, and quite frankly, even if they bottom out this year I don't care! Last year was legendary!!! But if they can boost the squad with a few signings, maybe they can pull it off again? Christian Fuchs is also pretty awesome. Man U will be awesome to watch this year, just because they've got Zlatan Ibrahimovich. For Sweden, he has looked poor, but in fairness the team as a whole is very lacking. With PSG, Zlatan has always looked stellar and would love to see him in the Premier League, a welcome addition, could easily be highest scoring player. Will add an attacking edge to a team that looked desperate at times last season. Henrikh Mkhitaryan is also in from Borussia Dortmund. I may be supporting Man U this year depending on how their starting XI looks. We shall see. I'm a huge Shaqiri fan (note my pic) and he scored a stunner this past Euro VS Poland, he also scored some amazing goals this year with Stoke City, a team I keenly support (mostly because of Shaqiri, but as a whole very white friendly club which is awesome). Arnautovic is also a great footballer to root for! Spurs will look to build on a 3rd place finish. They have the "new stars" like Kane, Alli, Dier, Walker, and Rose, but aside from Dier these guys all looked terrible in the Euro's that just passed. I feel this club is overrated and I'm glad they lost out to Leicester last year. Man City have added German-Turk Ilkay Gundogan, 19 year old Ukrainian Oleksandr Zinchenko, and Spaniard Nolito. Great signings there, also a fan of Nasri, Kolarov, and Aguero. Very decent team to watch and it seems so far they've gotten lighter in the off season! Perhaps a good team to root for. Chelsea has added various overpriced Negroes to their team, I'll be rooting against them come August. They paid over 30M Pounds for an overrated Negro from Belgium Michy Batshuayi who is relatively unproven and the truth is the club could have got better white strikers like Jamie Vardy for far less. As I'm sure we're all aware, transfer amounts do in no way correlate to actual ability of the player or any sort of merit. The transfer period almost seems which clubs can spend the most on sh1tty over priced Negroes who are ultimately unproven. Liverpool has also splashed money on Negro forwards, Sadio Mane from Southampton. Arsenal has signed Granit Xhaka, the Swiss international which is a great signing in my opinion. West Ham have Dimitri Payet and Sofiane Feghouli just signed, I've been following Feghouli for sometime and he's a great player, will be a beneficial signing.