With Man United losing to West Brom this weekend, the title race is officially over. Massive respect to them for the way they fucked up the finale for Manchester City.
With Manchester City soundly battering Tottenham at the weekend, there’s a major difference between perception and reality at Spurs.
ANZACS ABROAD: A Q&A with Football Fern Betsy Hassett; the only Kiwi to play for Man City, Werder Bremen & Ajax
"You go to these massive mens clubs and there are boys there that are way younger than we are, getting like triple the amount of support and money – it’s ridiculous.”
Manchester City's £35,000 fine says an awful lot.
Content creation might be a source of sustenance for the rest of us, but for footballers it can be a professional death knell. Here, we explore the tragic correlation between too much YouTube and football oblivion.
In the late noughties, Arsenal and Manchester City went in very different financial directions. So began a very modern rivalry, which persists, albeit in a slightly different form, to this day.
We look back at a fractious match at the Etihad and the potential consequences of Sergio Aguero’s red card.
In the first of this week’s Premier League Previews, we look to a monied match at the top of the table, and how its meaning has changed in recent years.
In the third portion of our Premier League Review, we look to Yaya Toure and Alan Pardew, two men whose fortunes went in markedly different directions this weekend.
Though Yaya Toure's Manchester City career appears to be nearing a rather bloated, undignified end, we'll never forget the swagger and spectacle of his glory years in the Premier League.
In the second instalment of the Premier League Review, we get inside the head of a melancholy sports editor, shredding his Pep Guardiola back-page spread.
In the second of this week’s Premier League Previews, we look forward to a crucial clash between Tottenham and Man City, with a fiery undertone of sexual tension.