What did no-one see coming this season? Chelsea being so damn good, for one. Watford not, for two.
Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City, Man United and Spurs are all represented.
Liverpool, Leicester, Chelsea and even Norwich are safe. We're not angry with Marcus Rashford, just disappointed.
Imagine how bad Man Utd would have been without their three new signings...
As is tradition, it's time to base our opinions for the entire Premier League season solely on the first weekend.
A threat to the top six hegemony. A pair of established relegations. And what of Liverpool versus Man City?
Arsenal will surely come up with the right terms for Tierney, and someone will buy Bruno Fernandes, won't they?
With transfer fees reaching stratospheric levels, there might still be a few desirable freebies on the market...
Harry Maguire would top this list by an absolute mile if his move to Man United goes through for the reported fee.
Sure, transfer fees are completely irrelevant now. It doesn't make any of these much easier to understand.
Real Madrid need a little more cash to fund a lot more spending. This lot might be on their way out.
All aboard the #AshleyOut Newcastle banter bus. Letting Rafael Benitez might be his biggest mistake yet.
Just the six Chelsea bosses on this list. Plus one Man Utd manager and Ian Wright's nemesis...
Three Spurs players in this lot which also features a couple of keepers and Ol' Slabhead...
When this list was first published in February 2018, Roberto Firmino sat fourth. It's time for a change.
Arsenal have two representatives, but no other outfield player in our other top tens. Which tells its own story...
It's the turn of the creators. Attacking midfielders, No.10s, wingers, second strikers... they're all in here.
It might be the most difficult end-of-season category yet. Which means a couple of difficult omissions...
There is not a single chance that you will be able to guess who is No. 1 on this list. No bloody way.
Antonio Valencia, Stephen Ward and Ashley Young were on this list last year. They were so close this time around.
Maurizio Sarri doesn't make this list because of his lower-league Italian titles. We really do mean f*** all.
2019 is very much upon us, so what do we expect to see at some point this year? No Jose Mourinho, for one...
Who is lowering the bar for Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham? Manchester City have no-one...
Forget Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool, Man City and Spurs - who is starring for the Premier League's smaller clubs?
Mohamed Salah has earned his spot on a list Didier Drogba would only describe as a f***ing disgrace.
We pick ten former Premier League players who could realistically return and tip potential clubs.
With a quarter of the season gone, it's time to take a look at what we all got wrong so far.
As we head into another bloody international break, it's time to see who has let us down in the Premier League.
Matt Le Tissier won 10 fewer caps than Carlton Palmer. Man Utd's double winning captain didn't win any...
Plenty from Man City, a couple from Liverpool and Man United, a Toon icon and more.
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