Simeone and Adrian ruined Liverpool's party...
For every Barca 2019 or Chelsea 2005, there is a Benfica 2006 or Celta 1998. Liverpool cannot rely solely on Anfield.
City v Arsenal may be off, but is it a bit mad that we're determined to mainly carry on as normal?
Spurs are potless once again and without a win in six. Who thinks Jose is the right man?
Slightly too much panic is probably better than not quite enough. Time for Villa to reach for that pint of hand sanitiser.
Arsenal are the best Premier League side bar Liverpool in 2020. And yet credit is scarce...
Only one team carried out anything resembling a plan. Man United were as deserving winners as City were losers.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been criticised on these pages and beyond, but his strides forward have been astonishing.
Whether or not Norwich survive, Daniel Farke will be in demand. If they can keep him, they absolutely must.
Jose Mourinho - not a great winner but the greatest not-loser. His legacy will be the media circus...
Wolves are an analyst's dream, a single, adaptive entity instead of 11 component parts. Nuno is the key.
It seems Brandon Williams has succeeded where Van Gaal and Mourinho failed in getting the best out of Luke Shaw...
Eric Dier was wrong, but he did also remind us that football can't half turn us all into c***s.
Injuries. Hefty contract. Daniel Levy. Harry Kane may well fancy a move, but can he actually get one?
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