Balls to being "born to suffer". We can't let self-harming instincts nobble Labour's sensible football reforms.
Gareth Bale is not blameless. But Real Madrid have never accepted him, so what do they expect?
By appointing Jose Mourinho, Tottenham have driven back to where they started this journey from. Why?
The post-mortems will focus on spending and ambition. But Daniel Levy has removed Tottenham's soul.
Man United were "proper boring" at the start of the first half and brilliant towards the end. Find that middle ground.
In terms of pure value for money, football's biggest transfer ever is also among its worst. Bloody silly Neymar.
And that involves unleashing Mason Greenwood in the Premier League. Don't go back to Pereira, Ole...
Tottenham looked confident, a side enjoying their football and unwilling to let that feeling slip. The new boys helped.
How much longer can Dyche distract from his man-made disasters by pointing at a natural refereeing catastrophe?
Liverpool have remained unbeaten by doing just enough. That can't be sustainable over a long, twisting season....
A dreadful game between two aimless teams and confused bosses had refereeing insults added to a gruesome injury. Fun.
History shows that teams tend to drop after such massive victories. But not this excellent Leicester side.
Jesse Lingard offers nothing to a Man United side finding their feet. It feels like a waste not giving his spot to someone else.
More goals in the game than the shootout. Teenage brilliance. It was all there at Anfield.
From figure of ridicule to the wise leader in Frank Lampard's youth revolution. What's happened to Jorginho?
Emery must right the wrong he made a while ago. Xhaka has an Arsenal future, but not as captain ahead of Bellerin.
Keane the footballer was a dispassionate killer. Keane the pundit is a child's wind-up toy with five catchphrases.
He was great on Sunday, but the headlines were made by Roy Keane. Fred is making midfield baby steps at Man United.
Joelinton, Almiron and Dubravka are all struggling in front of goal for Newcastle. These were two points dropped.
Unai Emery might be gone by the summer. Ozil could even leave in January. Arsenal need both to work together.
Go and get Harry Kane? What would be the point in a Man Utd side devoid of any creativity?
Liverpool midfielders are assorted into two set groups: the heavy lifters and the creative lights. Klopp should embrace both.
Just like in 2015/16, there is a path being laid for Leicester by their new, disastrous rivals...
Man Utd need a striker, but a game-changing midfielder is their next step towards finding an identity. So...
Chelsea's young players are being afforded patience and understanding. They are repaying that patience...
Nine teams have broken their all-time low attendance record in the B-team-scarred EFL Trophy...
Arriving to challenge Wilfred Ndidi for tackle king status is the man who lets Villa play...
Klopp blamed Man United's injuries for Liverpool failing to beat them in February. No excuses this time...
To stop Liverpool and reinvigorate Rashford and Man Utd's attack, Solskjaer must ape Southgate.
Manchester United's wages make headlines but the numbers are basically irrelevant.
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