It is becoming harder to "trust the process" under Mikel Arteta at Arsenal. And is it the end for Nuno?
Jude Bellingham was a winner and a loser. But Phil Foden came of age for the 427th time, while Chelsea showed they can adapt...
Same coach, same coach and same coach again. Leeds, Lingard and Leicester feature in a Mourinho-heavy column.
The individuals culpable in Liverpool's defeat feature prominently among the losers. Three young England talents make the winners...
Liverpool were as great as Arsenal were bad. Everything that could go wrong did for Chelsea.
Thomas Tuchel tops the winners. Pep Guardiola's stylist joins Diego Simeone among the losers...
Here's to Mbappe and Haaland fuelling football Twitter for the next 15 years. Barcelona look broken.
This Palace could be condemned before their huge rebuilding job in the summer. Who will oversee it?
Manchester United win 9-0 and get a couple of paragraphs. It's that kind of winners and losers week.
Frank Lampard's faith in Mason Mount was rewarded with a match-winning display, But for Chelsea, the same questions remain...
Leeds turned in their worst performance of the season. Bielsa will take the blame, but for what exactly?
Are Man United any good? Dunno. Are they good enough to maybe win *this* Premier League? Yeah.
We might have got Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wrong. Not quite as drastically as Chelsea with Frank Lampard.
Arsenal and Allardyce have enjoyed hugely contrasting weeks. The young Gunners are on the up; West Brom look destined go down...
Solskjaer and United are winging it a little but fair play to them: Liverpool seem to be feeling the pressure.
There are many tactical concerns for Frank Lampard to address but Chelsea's attitude stank out the Emirates...
Even without their most eye-catching individual, Villa's defence again showcased a staggering improvement...
Harsh to single out one Arsenal player when they're all so bad, but we've done it anyway.
That went precisely as Jose Mourinho planned it. Which is damning for meticulous planner Mikel Arteta.
It's time to wonder whether Arteta and Arsenal have made a mistake. But let's praise Bruce and Leeds first.
In a topsy-turvy season of unpredictable nonsense, Wolves are seventh and just the same as ever. Is that still enough?
A failure to address Jordan Pickford's performances would be Everton's first mis-step in a perfect season so far...
Liverpool are the figurative and literal Premier League winners. But Fernandes, Wilder and Bruce get mentions.
Rodgers has solidified his reputation. Watford could go further down. Guardiola has work to do. Silva is done.
Liverpool, Aston Villa and Eric Dier are winners. Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United? Not so much.
Pearson peaked too soon. Watford are unique and should be judged accordingly. And Jose motors on.
Everyone has finally realised they are in a relegation battle. Palace, Everton and Leicester are in trouble.
Greenwood is indeed United's best finisher. Mourinho's 'us against them' attitude isn't fooling anyone.
Hasenhuttl has shown what actual coaching can do. Greenwood has proven how far being a baller can get you.
Steve Bruce deserves his fun. That's what David Moyes does, win. And there is no case for Chelsea's defence.
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