Mourinho explains why he played Mkhitaryan at left-back for the second game this season.
We have a whole load of fall-out from Man United v Liverpool but also thoughts on Chelsea, Spurs, Man City etc.
Unfinished business, basically. But Pogba confirms he chose United over the Spanish giants.
One point from four games. This was never the perfect marriage, and forget the honeymoon
Ray Wilkins is adamant Rooney should have started v Liverpool. Did he watch the match?
Serge Gnabry only left Arsenal a few months ago, but he is already eyeing a return to the PL.
Paul Pogba has laughed off suggestions that he should be scoring or assisting in every game.
It's safe to say Alan Shearer isn't the biggest fan of Man City defender John Stones.
Mauricio Pochettino reckons Tottenham are "more mature" this season. They look good...
"In 25 matches, we had one penalty - it is something for the Guinness (World Records)". Delightful.
Klopp was frustrated after claiming Manchester United's long-ball tactics cost Liverpool.
Pep also admits the title might be beyond Man City, who are ten points behind Chelsea. Yep.
Antonio Conte lets Diego Costa know that "money isn't everything". Titles are lovely, too.
Mourinho and Klopp (and Rui Faria, obviously) argued late into the clash at Old Trafford. They explain.
Klopp finds it "frustrating" that FIFA have not provided Liverpool with clarification over Matip.
West Ham captain Mark Noble sends Dimitri Payet to his room and grounds him for a month.
There's been a fair bit of business so far. Some of which you probably missed...
Sympathy from an Arsenal fan over the Diego Costa debacle. Plus Clement, Silva and Danny Mills
Zlatan Ibrahimovic scored a late goal to rescue a 1-1 draw for United against Liverpool.
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