There are 18 foreign managers working in English league football. Discrimination against Brits? Shush.
Is this season proof that football is on the brink of a revolution? Money is becoming less and less important...
The 4-4-2: An old-fashioned English formation? Nope. Leicester and Watford prove the foreigns master it.
Either way he has done nothing to suggest he should replace Louis van Gaal at Manchester United.
The best league in the world? Only because it's everything the big clubs don't want it to be...
Too many skilful lightweight flakes and not enough skilful tough nuts, that’s been Arsenal’s problem.
Van Gaal's United feels like a poor tribute act, a long-term relationship without sex. We miss Fergie.
Liverpool's 43% possession proves the possession fascists' wisdom was twisted all along.
After years of England bosses being hounded out, has there been a sea change?
It's just like leaving half your dessert, right? Or at least that's what they have made us think.
'Why doesn’t someone say “Not this pathetic act again, Jose. Is this the best you’ve got?' asks John Nic.
Tim Sherwood was not sacked because he was English, but because he was really sodding awful.
It doesn't matter how well Newcastle do; you can't convince our Johnny that he has a clue what he's doing.
Our Johnny worries that Jurgen Klopp is already being set up to fall short...
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