It's fixtures day. It's still Euro 2020. It's still the summer transfer window. It's all kicking off at the same time.
Mason Mount runs around too much while England can just hoof it over his head now anyway.
Raheem Sterling has gone from idiot to hero with an England goal. But should he have started?
Remember when Man United 'forced the Germans' to sell Sancho last summer after refusing to be 'bullied'? Yep.
Euro 96 was actually sh*t and we shouldn't get giddy about that or Phil Foden...
Phil Foden thinks England can win it. Phil Foden is silly. England should just focus on avoiding Portugal.
Jordan Henderson was turned into a 'rampant egotist' because Gareth Southgate picked him for Euro 2020.
Football's coming home despite a nightmare build-up to Euro 2020 for England that has included two wins...
The Sun tried to rule out Harry Maguire for the whole of the Euros to fit their narrative...
England beat Austria 1-0 on Wednesday night but you would not know that from the coverage...
Southgate was apparently a real grump after he named his England squad for the Euros, which included a TAA U-turn.
There is something about Alexander-Arnold not being called up by England which causes some to lose their minds.
Man United were so 'misfiring' in the Europa League final that they need to spend £200m on Harry Kane.
Harry Maguire would never have let that goal happen. The 'big brains' at Arsenal were also completely shown up.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is no Bruno Lage, apparently. He just does not have his aura...
Harry Kane wore a Spurs shirt so he is staying. Harry Kane signed a Spurs shirt so he is leaving.
Harry Maguire makes a team of the season for being a 'tough cookie' while Kylian Mbappe is joining Liverpool again...
The media are still pretending Kane is in control. Plus Rodgers will definitely leave a Leicester side that 'may have peaked'.
Tottenham should spend £150m on Brendan Rodgers? Are you sure? Plus, Jurgen Klopp's mistakes...
Chelsea and Liverpool have both been irrefutably ruled out. But Harry Kane still has some Man United hope.
Harry Kane dominates the football media but let's not pretend he is in control here...
Some classic Liverpool clickbait after the Alisson goal while Jamie Vardy's dull words become a back page.
It's too much to ask Fred to pass a ball to a teammate when Manchester United fans continue to protest.
Nothing to do with them failing to beat Brighton or Fulham home and away this season, of course.
Garth Crooks on Paul Pogba and Mo Salah is cringeworthy, while Stan Collymore thinks Chelsea are good by accident.
Liverpool won 2-0 so of course it's time to tear apart Sadio Mane and Mohamed Salah.
'So someone does remember' Frank Lampard. Who could possibly sodding forget him at the minute?
We should still be giving credit to Frank Lampard for this Chelsea success, apparently.
Man City don't bring in the clicks so let's pretend that Pep Guardiola has had a pop at Man United.
The narrative that Manchester United protestors should think of second place is something...
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