We have to get used to a winter World Cup but first, Liverpool and Man City have strikers to match their managers and more...
"For the love of God", won't someone please admire Liverpool. Simon Jordan wades into the net spend debate.
Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp were leaving years ago in the mind of Gary Neville. That both seem likely to stay is concerning for the rest.
The City boss is out-of-contract at the end of next season and is yet to agree new terms with the club.
Manchester City and Liverpool were both phenomenal, Antonio Conte and Eddie Howe both thrived as mid-season arrivals and Jesse Marsch did it.
“It was the plan, 0-2, calm, calm. And after we scored it was a great night."
"When you win the Premier League in this country four times in five seasons it is because these guys are so special."
"They're welcome to join us in the streets but they have to wear a blue shirt."
Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp are two very different managers, but the way in which they apply their energy usually leads to the same results.
Pep Guardiola is manfully trying to talk tactics against Aston Villa while everybody wants to talk about Liverpool and the title race.
"If you ask me personally, I want him next season. There is no one thinking he cannot be here."
"Liverpool, United, Arsenal have a lot of history, we are new, how many times we arrive in this history?"
"They made a partial training and we will see tomorrow. It is good for us to have them back."
"Now there’s no debates about goal difference, we need to win our game to be champions."
"I didn’t see this kind of personality when we destroyed United in the Champions League final."
"Kevin is so generous and always thinking the best for the team but this year is also the most prolific for him."
Evra claimed Guardiola doesn't want "leaders" or "personality" and the Man City boss believes he's trying to remain in Man United's good books.
"Listen, when Liverpool in the 70s or 80s [were winning titles] who spent more money? Was it Norwich? Did Norwich spend more money?"
"I cannot talk I am sorry. We will have time to talk."
"He can't train people with personality. He did it at Barcelona, but he builds his team to control everyone."
Jurgen Klopp was pissily wrong about Spurs, and Pep Guardiola was pissily wrong about Liverpool. And we love their pissy wrongness.
Simon Jordan and Danny Murphy have rejected a claim from Manchester City boss Pep Guardiola that the media are biased towards Liverpool.
The Citizens beat Newcastle 5-0 on Sunday to extend their lead at the top of the table to three points over Liverpool.
"If some people doubted us they don't know this team. It's one of the best groups I ever trained in my life."
It's all just rumour for now, but Paul Pogba leaving Manchester United for City is a transfer rumour that pushes every narrative button going.
"The Champions League is the beginning and the end, we want to do it. Nobody knows if we can."
Guardiola 'takes responsibility' from his players and that's why they crumbled in the Bernabeu...
"It is not like in the last 10 minutes they attack and attack and you suffer. It didn't happen."
Manchester City handled that game wonderfully but Real Madrid have dibs on the Champions League and Pep Guardiola can't compete with that.
Pep Guardiola has revealed that Man City right-back Kyle Walker will travel to Madrid for the second leg of their Champions League semi-final.