If bad things come in threes, maybe we should've seen Charlie Adam's latest brain fart coming...
Demarai Gray felt he was 'held back' before Claude Puel arrived, but now he has to justify the manager's faith...
Alvaro Morata played just seven minutes for Chelsea against Barca. Yet he was still stupid.
Michael Keane is being pulled every which way by each of his managers. A half-time sub will not help.
Silva's value plummets; Watford are a sinking ship with no leader; Everton are stuck in a forced marriage.
Alan Pardew is a manager of peaks and troughs. Until he goes to West Brom, that is...
Rafa has whined long and hard but Newcastle won't recover while the manager is fighting this battle.
*Almost* everyone has been blamed at Everton. The one-time flavour of the month has left a bad taste.
Swansea have lost six out of seven at home and look utterly petrified. This kind of form gets managers sacked.
Sir Alex Ferguson once said that teams exist in four-year cycles. Diego Simeone's is up at Atletico Madrid.
If this is the future of Arsenal, fans ought to be worried. They deserved nothing more than defeat.
Remember that time we said Rafael Benitez was creating a masterpiece at Newcastle? Of course you do.
City and Liverpool's weaknesses in defence surprised no-one, while even United looked vulnerable.
City nicked the points but Aguero's omission at Bournemouth is a stark reminder of his status under Pep...
Dave the Doom-monger may think he's above all this, but he is as culpable as anyone for relegation.
Jamie Carragher said he got it wrong twice, and Matt Stead agrees. He played like a rookie...
Is any manager more adept at fitting his own glass ceiling? The 40-point mark has become a curse for Pulis.
Whatever his future holds, the Arsenal manager deserves a lot more than he is being given by his players...
If Steve Gibson was looking for reasons to keep faith in the Spaniard, he will have found none as Boro limped out of the cup...
If Leicester are in free-fall, Bournemouth aren't far behind. Does Eddie Howe have the answers?
It may be premature to call it a drought, but Costa's recent form could be a worry for Antonio Conte...
Instead of climbing out of the bottom three as expected, Palace are joint-bottom.
Just as he chose not to invest in his squad, Klopp chose not to rest against Sunderland. He paid for it.
The owners. The manager. The players. The fans. The stadium. West Ham, as a whole, feels broken.
Sissoko feels he belongs in the Champions League. Based on that, the Championship is a step too far.
Sunderland's relegation might feel overdue, but the man quickly taking them down might lose his top-flight career
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