The debate over Bobby Firmino continues in the Mailbox. Plus, Man United and West Ham.
Aston Villa should be safe in the Premier League and Liverpool are only as good as rotten Spurs.
Chelsea are supposedly interested in spending a fortune on an England midfielder to turn him into a CB.
Hasenhuttl has shown what actual coaching can do. Greenwood has proven how far being a baller can get you.
The Jamaican is apparently seen by Man Utd as a cheaper alternative to both Sancho and Grealish.
Bernardo Silva also voiced his thoughts on a match in which City dominated the statistics.
A truly remarkable way to grab your first ever Premier League goal.
Ancelotti is looking to strengthen his squad, and there is "no way" he'll let his big stars leave.
Geovanni only occasionally shone for Man City, but for a while at Hull City he was bloody marvellous.
Leroy Sane "is a terrific player and would really send a message". So why didn't Man United make a move?
Which is not to say Arsenal are signing Jadon Sancho for £39m after agreeing his contract. Not even a bit.
On this day in 2001, Arsenal signed Sol. Spurs fans no doubt loved watching him win the Double.
Barring any health emergencies, the game is scheduled for a 7pm kick-off and is the last of four Premier League matches that day.
A full-strength Liverpool, at least in name, were put to the sword by the champions they so spectacularly deposed.
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