On 11 occasions, the team with the longest unbeaten start has won the Premier League title. Liverpool next?
"I hate this anti-football. I hate it. I hated playing it for Stoke and I hate watching it at Man Utd." Steady on.
Paul Clement has been sacked by Reading after less than nine months in charge, the club have announced.
When we say 'all-time', we mean since 2004. We have a who's who of the best minutes-per-goal strikers in the Champo.
Arsenal and Tottenham will both be away to Football League or non-league opposition in the third round...
Sheffield goalkeeper Dean Henderson handed Leeds United all three points and the tag of Championship leaders.
Leeds haven't been in the Premier League since 2004 – and it’s meant losing some good players.
The match was shown live and replays appeared to show Johnson sinking his mouth into Allen's shoulder.
Former Tottenham and Republic of Ireland striker Robbie Keane has announced his retirement as a player.
Aston Villa beat Birmingham City 4-2 in the Championship, with Jack Grealish and Alan Hutton among the goals.
Patrick Van Aanholt has revealed that constant loan spells away from Chelsea made him want to quit.
Kenny Cunningham holds the overall record. But which current players have gone the longest without scoring?
Mohamed Salah has earned his spot on a list Didier Drogba would only describe as a f***ing disgrace.
Andy Robertson had Stoke as a "really good option" option before deciding to join Liverpool in 2017.
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