What a spectacular way to fail one of your main objectives. His predecessor would be proud.
English managers still expecting autocracy are in for a rude awakening. The game has changed.
One shot, the lowest passing accuracy of any starter, and just generally poor; can he fit in?
"We're Stoke City...we're taking the p***." Thankfully for Stoke, the sh*t City turned up. They sometimes do.
Gary Neville is the first of a new breed, the pundit-turned-manager. Will it work though?
Daniel Sturridge's ability is easily forgotten in his absent spells. Boy is he good when fit...
Gianfranco Zola was 'everybody's second player'. The only man who smiled playing Man United.
That's not intended as an insult. Klopp has transformed Liverpool through simplicity and self-belief.
Diego Costa would do well to apologise sharpish, while Spurs cannot be blamed for settling...
See, Louis? Results and excitement can go together. Leicester are the antithesis to his United
Van Gaal's United feels like a poor tribute act, a long-term relationship without sex. We miss Fergie.
Rafa just wants a sofa in a world of lamps at Real. His dream job is slipping away, but it's not his fault.
Van Gaal demands more pace, but has offered no evidence at Old Trafford that he knows how to use it
Football is a sport obsessed by attacking players, Fabio Cannavaro is a damn fine counsel for the defence
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