Xhaka, Wanyama, Pochettino and, yes, Wenger. No identity, no plan, no progress...
Mourinho laments Man Utd injury curse, but appears to question whether Luke Shaw has become its latest victim.
"It's clear. There's no other way to look at it," says Swansea manager after Marcus Rashford dive.
The best managers are capable of change that goes against their philosophy. Well done, Eddie.
Dave the Doom-monger may think he's above all this, but he is as culpable as anyone for relegation.
Plus, Arsenal, Liverpool and Man City lead Van Dijk chase and Spurs want £50m for Kyle Walker.
Mauricio Pochettino says the title is what Tottenham want, not dominance over Arsenal.
Antonio Conte has warned his players the title race is not over despite their 3-0 win over Everton at Goodison Park.
Well, considering they are fighting for title and you're not Arsene, maybe you should...
Defender, who scored second, says Chelsea have shown what they are made of with win.
Three goals in the second half, the first a stunner from Pedro, see Chelsea tighten grip on title race.
Manchester City twice came from behind to earn a draw against lowly Middlesbrough.
"For a while we bit like a boxer who got put on the floor twice," he said of Bayern/Chelsea defeats.
That's the sub-text to Pep Guardiola's musings about the absence of Gabriel Jesus.
"That's got to be the next thing," says Harry Kane, who knows that plaudits mean nothing.
"We are talking about two great strikers. But you know that Diego, for me, is the best striker in the world."
"If the budget is too much different, it's impossible," says the Arsenal manager. And he should know.
Orgasms, machine guns and extraterrestrial life all feature in the best tributes to Messi.
"I've said near enough from the start, I'm experienced, I know what a Premier League team looks like." Nothing like that, we presume...