Not too many high-profile losers this week but Rashford, Hazard, Arsenal and Sterling are among winners.
Plus some love for Conte and Walcott, hate for England, and conflict over Rooney. Obviously.
Burnley striker Andre Gray could face further investigation over more offensive Twitter posts.
The Blues continue their 100 per cent start to the season by thrashing Burnley at Stamford Bridge.
Wales hero will choose his next club on final day. Presumably because he doesn't have a good offer yet.
Yaya Toure, Matteo Darmian and Loic Remy among the poor souls.
Pogba landed in style, while Klopp, Sturridge, Henderson and Mignolet all had rotten Liverpool weekends
Nobody has a bad word to say about Sean Dyche so why is he telling everybody he is being picked on/ignored?
Rather than making Gray a pariah, let’s make him a poster boy for change. Football needs that.
"I am not the guy I was back then," says Andre Gray. We only hope that is true.
First-half goals from Sam Vokes and Andre Gray gave Burnley a shock 2-0 victory against Liverpool at Turf Moor.
He has to, right? Plus who else is looking forward to Mahrez ripping Arsenal to pieces?
Arsene Wenger is already under enormous pressure, and we have a new thing: Friday Night Football
Jurgen Klopp has defended his decision to allow Jon Flanagan to join Burnley on loan.
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