Manchester City are cruising, but the stretch run will be tough…
What should we expect?
With each passing week, Harry Kane is hitting some staggering milestones.
Sergio Agüero is coming for the Golden Boot as Manchester City are beginning to roll.
Tottenham’s Harry Kane has picked up an injury, and it’s a fairly serious one. Let’s not try to spin this as some sort of positive in the long run, okay?
Just ahead of the English Premier League’s third week, who were the best of the best from last weekend? Hint: Curtis Davies is off to a great start.
Too often we forget soccer is a team sport when it’s convenient for us. As far as Messi goes with Argentina, he can do whatever he wants. It’s not up to us.
For Arsenal, buying Jamie Vardy would be awfully underwhelming. But it looks like this is going to happen, so let’s take a look.
With Pep Guardiola taking over at The Etihad, it’s time for Manchester City to take the next step. But they’ll have to make some changes first.
Arsenal has made a habit out of finishing top-four and qualifying for the UCL, but that’s been their peak for several years now. How can it change?
This weekend is supposed to be ‘Championship Sunday’, but both the title and relegation races are over. So, what’s there to look forward to?
For the first time in club history, Manchester City is well on their way to qualifying for the UCL quarterfinals.
On Valentine’s Day, the Premier League’s Top 4 square off with plenty on the line.
Brendan Rodgers is gone, and more from the eighth matchweek in the EPL
Manchester City is talented, but the Argentine striker deserves most, if not all of the credit for the team’s recent success.