Has a player's reputation ever gone before them so much and so early than it did with Joe Cole?
“They just keep coming through the production line. The future is bright for British football. It’s fantastic.”
Cole sees similarities between himself and the Blues midfielder...
Spurs are without a win in six matches in all competitions.
Joe Cole says his former club West Ham would be in a good position if the season were to resume.
Aubameyang hasn't played in the Champions League for Arsenal.
Joe Cole on Chelsea board: "So not recruiting has definitely affected the performance and the team."
Jimenez scored a brilliant header against Liverpool on Thursday.
Joe Cole was "disappointed" with Zaha’s performance after he "let a youg full-back dominate him".
Not Salah, not Mane, Roberto Firmino is Liverpool's MVP, according to Joe Cole...
Joe Cole has reacted to Pochettino's comments that it could take Spurs another five years to win a title.
Former Chelsea midfielder Joe Cole is returning to the club in a coaching role...
Liverpool bloody love signing a relegated player. Hey, even Man United and Chelsea have done it before.
Thousands of West Ham fans craned their necks to see a 17-year-old Joe Cole in 1999. How could he live up to that awe?
James Milner is joint-seventh on this list, so has some catching up to do. Who scores plenty, but never 10?
A brilliant Mailbox features Mourinho, Sanchez, the Southampton Way, Mitrovic, Conte and much more.
Here's a few players that understand what John Terry will be facing next season.
Romelu Lukaku is Chelsea's obvious choice, but Cole throws up two other Premier League candidates.
Turning Joe Cole into a hard-working winger, apparently. Also, Tiote, Dyche, England in Europe and how did you find F365?
"When he wins the Europa, after Conte, he's probably manager of the season." Yes, "when". Oh Joe Cole.
Cole also admits he should never have joined Liverpool in 2010, and should have gone to France instead.
Tim Sherwood is "definitely good enough to keep Aston Villa up" and Jack Grealish is the future, says Joe Cole.
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