Friday, Tottenham confirmed the move of Kyle Walker to a direct competitor in Manchester City. There’s no rationalizing around it—THFC are weaker for it.
It’s that time of year again—transfer season. Rumors are flying and clubs like Manchester City are spending money endlessly. Which, well, why wouldn’t they?
John Terry got a deserving send-off, Harry Kane did it again, and Arsenal’s streak is over. Thus ends another chapter of the English Premier League.
Is there an Arsène Wenger excuse generator yet? Plus, Pep discusses the difference between City, Bayern and Barcelona as we near the end of the EPL season.
On Tuesday, Monaco’s wonderful Champions League run came to a screeching halt. It was fantastic for the club, but what comes next probably won’t be.
On Monday, Chelsea ran right through Middlesbrough—essentially wrapping up the Premier League “race” in the process. But that’s not all.
Friday afternoon, Tottenham fell to West Ham, and the title race that never was mercifully came to and end. But that was never going to stop the narratives.
This week, Tottenham will get the chance to be within 1 point of Chelsea before the league-leaders even play. Does that really make a difference, though?
It looks like this will finally be the season Arsenal’s top-four streak comes to an end. On the other hand, who will join Tottenham and Chelsea in Europe?
Monday’s humiliating defeat at Selhurst Park was just another chapter in a very disappointing season for Arsenal. How much worse could it get?
Look, the title race is probably over. I know what you’re thinking, Spurs fans. But it’s Chelsea’s to lose. We can talk about United underachieving instead.
Tuesday afternoon came and went, and with it, Leicester City knocked off Sevilla to advance to the quarterfinals. How? What’s going on? And what’s next?
With Antonio Conte on the touchline, Chelsea have been a step or two ahead of everyone this season. That’s unlikely to change with the FA Cup’s final four.
Little has changed since we last spoke of Chelsea running the EPL. Meanwhile Zlatan led United to another trophy, but it was awfully harsh on Southampton.
Last season was a fairy tale; this season it came undone. In the end, the answer was familiar: Claudio Ranieri, like many before him, became the scapegoat.
The 4th Round of the FA Cup produced just about the most magic it could have. The 5th Round, however, sets us up for an all-EPL quarterfinal. What gives?
Pep Guardiola’s Manchester City is struggling, but a 0-4 defeat away to Everton is a new low. Plus Chelsea gets back on track, and plenty more.