"No, he’s not top drawer," said Glenn Hoddle. You really are very wrong, Glenn. He is the Eternal City's eternal leader.
It's Champions League week and it's big for Morata, Lukaku, Klopp and some of Europe's biggest clubs.
No Man United players either, but Philippe Coutinho and Christian Eriksen make it.
Eriksen joined this list at the weekend. 99 different nations have scored in the Premier League. Here we go...
They're 16th but have had a tough schedule. And Choupo-Moting, Shaqiri, Zouma & Butland are grand.
...but there's no sign of Luis Suarez or Neymar. Real need to take a look at this list and pick a new striker...
We bring you the story of Allan Simonsen, the Ballon d'Or winner who played in the Second Division...
Olivier Giroud is the obvious place to start, but what of the other 19 Premier League clubs?
Ask Boro, Leicester, Swansea, Blackburn and Birmingham. There is a point if you take it seriously.
Liverpool and Spurs' problems are much bigger than Arsenal's. Everton and Saints do not escape censure.
Can Atletico still be a force in Spanish and European football away from the Calderon?
United and City chucked money at their problems while Stoke, Swansea and Watford had to be more canny.
Why spend time and money developing eight-year-olds that get cherry-picked by the big clubs?
They don't have a lot of creativity and they foul a lot. But isn't it wonderful?
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