Their Premier League relegation reminds us all that watching the rich fail terribly is one of England's favourite pastimes.
In a league of nerds and losers, the Arsenal right-back stands out as the only genuinely cool player in the Premier League. Why?
After Manchester City took Liverpool 2-1 in one of the most exciting matches of the season, Ben Mendy took to the field to celebrate with his teammates and stewards didn't realize he was a player until it was almost too late.
An ode to Callum Paterson, Cardiff City's moustachioed wiggling weirdo.
Since its launch in 1993, the show has transcended football to become a ritual that has woven its way into the hungover fabric of British public life.
It's an elaborate conspiracy designed to disappoint hundreds of millions of us.
Are Man United and Arsenal finally ready to escape the shadows of the recent past?
Whoever you're backing in this very public falling out will probably be determined by the decade you were born in.
Liverpool and City seem the consensus-pick, yet neither have played as well as Sarri’s men in their most heightened and excited state.
In an opening month that has failed to raise the blood, Bournemouth's nippy winger is the only thing keeping our hearts beating.
Autumn, death and Luke Shaw’s redemption mark the nation’s latest therapy session.
As Manchester United spirals, one man provides an anchor for the club.