The debate over Bobby Firmino continues in the Mailbox, which also addresses where Man Utd and West Ham are heading next...
A full-strength Liverpool, at least in name, were put to the sword by the champions they so spectacularly deposed.
As he says: "I think it's a load of nonsense!" And it's not like there is precedent for guards of honour.
Danny Murphy claims Kevin de Bruyne will be clapping Liverpool players who "can’t even lace his boots".
Who will host the Liverpool title Zoom call? Will Man Utd's run-in work against them? Can Spurs surprise us?
Pochettino has impeccable taste. He names two Man City stars and a Liverpool man as his favourite Prem trio.
Kevin de Bruyne has hinted that he will leave Manchester City if their two-year Champions League ban is upheld.
"I would be sorry to stop early after such a good season." Would you, Kevin? Really?
Manchester City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne has hailed Jadon Sancho's talent amid interest from Manchester United.
"I would say he's the best Premier League passer I've seen, and that's including Beckham, Scholes, all of them."
Kevin de Bruyne, like thousands of other footballers around the world, has been on lockdown with his family.
The Mailbox features more end-of-season awards and a suggestion for next season to be scrapped...
And it features only one Liverpool player. Which is weird, we grant you...
Guardiola's got some rebuilding to do, but here are five players he can rely on next season...
It's Man Utd v Man City; Bruno Fernandes against Kevin de Bruyne. And it could be settled by Luke bloody Shaw.
The City boss also discussed what chance Leroy Sane has of facing United at Old Trafford...
Man City midfielder Kevin de Bruyne doesn't think he's "too far" away from challenging for the Ballon d'Or.
Rodri claims Madrid "dropped off physically" in the last 15 minutes or so.
Man City travel to the Bernabeu to take on European giants Madrid on Wednesday night.
Liverpool want Aymeric Laporte and Kevin De Bruyne? Of course they do.
Premier League rules allow points to be deducted retrospectively.
Jadon Sancho and Timo Werner may be the next big-money imports from Germany. Here's how their predecessors rank...
"When he was at Sporting he controlled all the matches. Everything Sporting did went through him."
Jadon Sancho was the firts player in Europe to record a double-double, but he's only seventh for total goal contributions...
De Bruyne has revealed the City players spent just 15 minutes fine-tuning the tactics which dismantled United.
The Liverpool defender is one assist behind Thomas Muller and Kevin de Bruyne...
Lampard insists he is 'going to stick with' his young players.
Rodgers admits his Leicester side were not at their best.
Plus, talk of anti-Liverpool bias from F365 is dismissed. And there's more...
This is on-pitch amateurishness compounded by boardroom inadequacy. Oh, Arsenal.
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