"There will easily be 90,000 fans there," says Michail Antonio, and he's absolutely buzzing for it...
No Man United players, no Chelsea players, but two each from West Ham and Watford. Oh and that man Mousa.
It doesn't even feel particularly weird that no Man United player features in the top ten. This is where City excel...
We have one from Liverpool, Arsenal and United in this XI of forgotten injured players we want to see return.
There are a couple of reasons Michail Antonio reportedly wants to leave West Ham in the summer...
West Ham will be thanking their lucky stars that they're pretty much safe, as Antonio is out for the season.
Michail Antonio has been called up for England three times, but is yet to make his debut. Poor thing.
Well, Ross Barkley for a start. But also a West Ham pair and two more Evertonians...
The common theme is Bilic will "leave it to the chairman". Because it worked so well before.
The West Ham defender/winger/striker will double his wages to £70,000 per week.
Danny Rose and Kyle Walker to cost £60m combined? Chelsea want two more wing-backs, too.
Antonio says his mother’s decision to not allow him to join Tottenham as a teenager upset him.
And no, we don't mean Kevin Stewart. Gareth Southgate is a pretty lucky boy...
"It's crazy how people are just looking to trap people now," says West Ham winger called up by Allardyce.
Liverpool forward Sadio Mane has been voted Player of the Month for August and September.
Even Sam Allardyce doesn't think Mark Noble deserves an England cap. Ouch.
Sturridge may be complaining about being used out of position, but he isn't the only one...
Have West Ham had the busiest summer transfer window of any Premier League side thus far?
England always try and freshen things up after a major tournament failure. So, who will get their chance?
And no sign of Mark Noble. There is room for Michail Antonio and Troy Deeney, mind. Who is No. 1?
Mark Noble has finally made an England squad. Rejoice, footballing world.
Manchester United want Antonio and Ibrahimovic, PSG to target Costa, Vardy has buyout clause in contract
Spurs' superhuman physical and mental energy makes them winners while poor Mesut loses.
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