It's a big call to make after a 5-1 defeat. But then we're not in the mind of Tim Sherwood
Lots on Van Gaal, Pardew, McClaren and Welbeck. Plus the man who makes Liverpool's attack tick
And by that we largely mean Englishmen. We feel like a lone voice sometimes.
The Dutchman says half-time talk remains between him and Steve McClaren.
Willian says Chelsea are in confident mood after 'killing' Newcastle in the first 20 minutes.
Newcastle were as terrible as Chelsea were excellent as the Blues eased to a 5-1 victory.
"We have to be quite front foot," says Newcastle manager. They don't have players to play on counter-attack.
With Guardiola finally arriving on these shores in the summer, we get a bit excited over who could follow him.
Giving grief to opposition players is deemed part and parcel, but having a pop at one of your own? Cold.
Injuries, 'potential', flashes of brilliance but no consistency. Enough about Arsenal, what about Walcott...?
Monk believes Shelvey's move to Newcastle can offer the motivation he needs to perform.
Leicester are winners as long as they are treated as 'only Leicester'. Everton deserve praise; Liverpool don't.
Newcastle are out of the bottom three, but West Brom are just six points above the drop zone.
Man United cannot go to Chelsea looking for a point, Steve McClaren needs a win, Arsenal need goals.
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