Who was Wenger's first ever signing in 1984? Who was Mourinho's in 2001? Who was Klopp's in 2002?
What do Hazard, Pogba, Alderweireld, Coutinho, Britton and many, many more have in common?
The Premier League's three relegated clubs earned almost £100m each this season. That makes sense.
One said Chelsea would win the title; one backed Spurs for top four; all five embarrassed ourselves.
What better way to relive a decent Premier League season than through F365's opinion piece time machine?
Which team makes Degsy so horny he could do a goat? There's only one way to find out - if you really want to.
Jurgen Klopp, Antonio Conte, Jose Mourinho and Hull City. There is no doubt who is to blame for their fall...
Palace ensured their own Premier League survival and sent Hull down after defeating the Tigers 4-0.
“We have to try and find a way to make this work quickly,” said Moyes this week. The first step, then?
Of over 97,000 votes cast, Grosicki received 61,181. Firmino, Eriksen, Alli and the rest had no chance.
Is this really the time to be defending Merson and Thompson over Marco Silva? Yes it is, apparently.
It turns out Tottenham paid less in agent fees over the past two windows than Bournemouth. Cool.
Gender discrimination in tiger form, the most boring online shop yet and Sarah Beeny the dictator...
You know the rules: the big clubs are on the TV a bit. Some games have been moved about too. Come see.
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