Barkley might still be the real deal, but new links with Manchester United fall on deaf ears. Still not yet
“You’ll never beat Wes Morgan," Forest fans would chant. Not far off, Leicester fans must think
'Doing a Tottenham' was once considered a failure for Liverpool. Now it is the template.
Iwobi's development has been similar to that of Walcott. But potential is better when you're 19, not 27.
If Aston Villa are to glean the slightest of positives from this season, it is Jack Grealish. Welcome back.
There are no more Jose Mourinho-shaped excuses for Loftus-Cheek. Time to keep it up, chief.
Is it possible to separate Leicester's sporting story from the indecent behaviour of their players. Ish...
Big moves up the ladder for Alli, Dier and Rose, huge falls for Baines and Jones. And what of Wilshere?
Possibly the greatest midfielder ever, the personification of Johan Cruyff's Barcelona dream. It's Xavi
Kinds words for Smalling, Drinkwater and Lallana. Not so much for Stones or Milner.
Should Rooney start for England in the summer? Who drew the short straw and had to argue 'yes'?
All that excitement on Saturday, and Wayne was still centre of attention. Can we write him off yet?
Watching England play is enjoyable. Forget to embrace the hope, and you only have the disappointment
We're not getting carried away, but Dele Alli is England's little star. Poor Wayne Rooney, watching on.
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