A Small Minority of Idiots
The West Ham striker's endearingly shit videos show us how the world of football vines, mad skills and tekkers is warping our expectations of the game.
This makes perfect sense: McClaren gets a job at a big club, Mike Ashley takes someone desperate who he can bully around, Newcastle get another comedy manager.
A cautionary tale of bribery, stupidity and an obese, parrot-loving snitch.
Balotelli, Scottish banter and Nigel Pearson: here are the real highlights of what turned out to be an otherwise rubbish season.
An XI made up of the league's most weird, fascinating, depressing and terrifying players.
Newspaper curses, 30-minute substitutions and the Pirlo belter to end all Pirlo belters.
Supporting Arsenal is like watching your dad get beaten up, again and again and again.
Can Harry Redknapp's brand of "ancient men playing 4-4-2" upset a stalling City?
Surely no league has ever misused as much talent as the Premier League is in 2014.
Phil Jones running into Yaya Toure is the closest thing to glamour we have.
Jesus Christ – has Sam Allardyce been right all along?
Raheem is likely to make his return, and you could be witness to Scottish footballing history.