Last week we ran through our top ten surprise successes of the season so far, so now it's time to flip-reverse it.
It's a whopper. On Wenger and Sanchez, Vardy, immorality, Aguero, Van Gaal and Rooney
See, Louis? Results and excitement can go together. Leicester are the antithesis to his United
Jamie Vardy broke that goalscoring record thing as Manchester United held Leicester to a 1-1 draw.
Claudio Ranieri believes Jamie Vardy and Riyad Mahrez should stay with Leicester as they look to establish themselves among the Premier League elite.
In a season of surprises, who has raised the eyebrows more than most? Other than him, obviously...
No reason for Spurs and Liverpool to place ceilings on their expectations. Plus Arsene. Oh, Arsene.
Liverpool and Man United decided to win without a striker, and who knew Chelsea's best player was good?
This is ridiculous now. Jamie Vardy has now scored in 10 consecutive league games and Leicester are top.
Leicester striker Jamie Vardy will be given until the last minute to prove his fitness as he chases a record-equalling goal in the Premier League.
Jamie Vardy has been backed to 'get 40 on the trot' in his search of history at Leicester by his former manager.
Inspired by the fact we could not remember who bought Nikica Jelavic in the summer.
Liverpool have four fixtures to be shown on TV; Arsenal, Chelsea, both Manc clubs and Spurs all have two.
Goalkeeper Marton Fulop has died at the age of 32, his former club MTK Budapest have announced.
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