Dele Alli has been poor this season and Mauricio Pochettino wants 'patience'.
The media frots over Wayne Rooney but questions Romelu Lukaku. Plus, the flop Guus Hiddink.
Why spend time and money developing eight-year-olds that get cherry-picked by the big clubs?
Ander Herrera says about 17 times that Man City are the favourites because of money.
Hazard keeps calling Real, Sanchez wants a move too, Gomes to Barcelona and no Alli talks...
"Racist stereotypes are never acceptable," say Kick It Out. They are absolutely right.
Liverpool, Man United, Michy Batshuayi, Everton, England Women and lovely Dries Mertens...
They don't have a lot of creativity and they foul a lot. But isn't it wonderful?
Man United with a two-man midfield featuring Marouane Fellaini? And Chelsea with Cesc?
Obviously we are biased against Man United so only include one man. Swansea get a lovely pair, at least...
The Spaniard is expected to sign a new deal despite starting just one Premier League game this season.
"Sorry, first of all the Premier League and then the Champions League," says Spurs boss Mauricio Pochettino.
"He is a quality player, and in training he is so encouraging," says the Swansea defender of his new teammate.
"I think people forget how young he is because he has been around the game for some years," says the Bournemouth boss.
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