We're not saying this lot are sh*t but we are saying their powers are somewhat exagerrated.
"I don't know where it started and why it started." Manchester United, Chelsea and Leeds are to blame.
Man Utd's current trio are a long way off the 2007/08 vintage but still doing grand...
Not the Mo Salahs or the Marcus Rashfords – these are the unsung heroes of the season...
Leicester's poor form has blown qualification wide open. We look at the contenders' chances...
Klopp spoke of the transfer committee, the need to have "a stable defence" and more in his first Liverpool presser.
Liverpool are Premier League champions. And they couldn't have done it without a couple of defeats.
Mikel Arteta has got a real job on his hands to rebuild Arsenal. These five would be a good start...
Chelsea haven't won against a fellow member of the top five; has Frank Lampard learnt his lesson yet?
Chelsea are reported frontrunners for Havertz, and that should come as no surprise...
Aubameyang on the left? Ozil not in the 20? DAVID LUIZ?!
4-2-3-1 or a midfield diamond? Can Pogba make a good United team great?
In the 100 days between Premier League games, which clubs have lived up to reputation and which have not?
Mikel Arteta faces his former boss on Wednesday. He will be hoping to emulate these successful assistants.
Footballers were told to "make a contribution, take a pay cut and play their part". They have put some to shame.
Jadon Sancho is the first choice for Man Utd. Fortunately, they have a whole team of possible back-ups.
Who will host the Liverpool title Zoom call? Will Man Utd's run-in work against them? Can Spurs surprise us?
So Liverpool might be looking at a Timo Werner Plan B. These all paid off despite not being first choice.
Zaha was "crushed" to learn of Ferguson's retirement. This lot never played for the fella that signed them either.
Bournemouth v Crystal Palace on the BBC is likely to beat this list of Premier League TV audiences...
Two Manchester United players are on this list; they might be about to add two more...
Liverpool beat Tottenham 2-0 in the Champions League final last year. It doesn't rank so highly here.
Manchester United have the easiest run-in. Should Liverpool be worried (no, they really shouldn't).
It's probably about time Manchester United gave Dean Henderson his chance. Returning loanees, assemble.
Arsenal missed a European trick in their Invincibles season. They were not the only brilliant team to fall short.
The most expensively-assembled squads, you say. Manchester United are high but not top...
Mourinho knew Chelsea would be champions with Fabregas and Costa. Title jigsaws often need two more pieces.
Since when were all transfer fees undisclosed? Publish the details alongside referee match reports.
Now is the perfect time to try and change football for the better. Removing loan clauses could be a start.
Alberto Aquilani screams 'biggest downgrade' but so do Mark Bosnich and co...
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