Erling Haaland is a footballing phenomenon, but is he actually football's first successful automaton?
Spurs started brightly against Chelsea, so Thomas Tuchel shuffled his pack and normal service quickly resumed.
Manchester United were a bit lucky, then a bit unlucky, then extremely unlucky, and then extremely lucky.
Jimmy Greaves was the prototype modern striker, unfairly remembered for something he didn't do.
Derby are set to enter administration. What does this insolvency mean, how will it work, and what fresh horrors await?
Pep Guardiola's comments were perhaps more ill-advised than specifically malicious. But they were poor either way.
Wayne Rooney kept Derby up last season and his team is holding its own now. But they may soon be bottom of the table anyway.
FIFA may run roughshod over Europe and South America in order to guarantee a biennial World Cup but that could backfire.
Leeds haven't won any of their first four Premier League matches, but is this a case of Second Season Syndrome?
Rafa Benitez has taken Everton to joint-top, but their previous overspending means that he's got one hand tied behind his back.
Brighton are in the Premier League's top six on merit, and their recent progress is a reflection of the owner's philosophy.
Ryan Giggs remains 'innocent until proven guilty', but his appearance in the directors' box at Old Trafford was still tone deaf.
Mikel Arteta will surely be aware that his Arsenal team still needs to improve...
Nuno has been unlucky, but Spurs' defeat to Crystal Palace was at least partly self-inflicted.
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