Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane and Marcus Rashford will play together for the first time. And the Ox.
Raheem Sterling once dubbed himself "the hated one". Southgate reckons he will bounce back.
Man City bid £100m for Kaka in January 2009. Milan were open to the bid. The player turned it down.
The Premier League's big six, Everton, West Ham and Leicester want a change in TV revenue distribution.
Pep Guardiola is "satisfied" with who Bayern Munich are appointing as their next manager. Fair enough.
These 40 players probably saw Harry Winks get a call-up and thought: "That could be me." Some would be right.
"He can't move in his house, nor get in and out of the car." Argentina's team doctor says it'll be six weeks out.
Ryan Mason is predicting a two-team Premier League title race. But without Man City. Hmm.
"We all want a fair chance at everything but that's not how it works," says poor Joe Hart.
There are two players from a losing Southampton side, but none from Man City or Man United.
Also, Garth Crooks being Garth Crooks, Paul Merson doubting foreign managers, and Duncan Castles being terrible.
To see Aubameyang play in the Premier League one day would be lovely. It just doesn't seem likely.
It is being framed as a 'dig at Tottenham' by most, but it just sounds like a compliment to Kane.
"At that time, it was Chelsea, Arsenal, United. Now you have City and Tottenham." Erm...
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