Every year, we ask the question: Is Arsenal good? And every year, the answer presents itself quite clearly. But there’s always one more question.
Not many would go for a playoff-style format across Europe’s best leagues, but that doesn’t mean we can’t look at how it would (or wouldn’t) work.
Manchester United may be playing well, but it’s not translating. Elsewhere Chelsea keep winning, Spurs keep slipping, and Bob Bradley finally sees a win.
You may not like how RB Leipzig has come to be; you certainly don’t have to. But it’s not their fault other Bundesliga clubs can’t get their act together.
Tuesday afternoon, Tottenham’s Champions League hopes vanished—even with a fixture to spare. Sure we could make excuses, but it’s also time we criticize.
It only took a few months for Antonio Conte to set up his currently-dominating Chelsea side. Can they keep rolling? We don’t see why not.
The debate over implementing safe standing spaces at matches has raged on for years. But now, it’s looking like more of a reality across England.
So often, football is straightforward. It wasn’t last year with Leicester City, while this season, clubs like Nice and Leipzig are stirring things up.
Liverpool’s back line may be shaky, but at the rate they’re scoring, that’s not going to matter much. And, will Tottenham ever score again?
Ever since their dominance over Manchester City, it’s all been pretty dire for Tottenham Hotspur. And now, they have Arsenal to prepare for.
It’s been all downhill for David Moyes since his time at Everton concluded. Sunderland is just another disastrous chapter in the manager’s career.
Arsenal, Manchester City, and Tottenham Hotspur all had a big opportunity this weekend. So, what does it mean now that they all whiffed on it?
It’s been a return to normalcy for Leicester in the EPL, but if you thought the UCL would give them fits, they’ve had a few surprises for us.
Has Daniel Sturridge become the odd man out in Jürgen Klopp’s Liverpool attack? It’s entirely possible, with Coutinho, Firmino, & Mané all impressing early.
These aren’t the same Spurs from just a handful of years ago. And while missing Harry Kane is undoubtedly huge, they are capable of grinding it out.
West Ham is struggling, and with just one win from their first six matches, speculation is already surrounding Slaven Bilić. But is it ever that simple?
Will Pep Guardiola ever let Yaya Touré back into his Manchester City team? If not, the once talismanic midfielder has had one helluva run.