The Premier League is back in action, and after scoring twice at Stamford Bridge, Dele Alli has made Chelsea fans absolutely livid.
After poor performances this weekend, people are angry at a bunch of refs for going to a bachelor party the week before.
Seems like we'll have to wait a hundred years or so to get another miracle run from Leicester.
Never quite heard this expression before.
It's hard to argue with a one-footed, high-velocity, diving Scorpion kick that finds side netting.
It seems that not a week goes by without an argument over a footballer’s ‘world class’ status. Here, we call out that frame of reference for being completely fucking pointless.
We explore the possibility that Manchester United are better off when Jose Mourinho watches from the stands.
Newly-appointed Swansea manager Bob Bradley has a lot of digging to do in order to get out of this hole.
In the second instalment of this week’s Premier League Review, we look to the recent struggles of Jose Mourinho and Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
De Bruyne's goal was maybe only bested by Zlatan's ridiculous sideways golazo.
When Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho meet on Saturday, it will be a reunion of old friends and new enemies. They are not the only Manchester derby debutants, however.
Fifteen years ago, Ajax were blessed with two brilliant young talents. In a 20-year-old Zlatan Ibrahimovic, they had a tantalising prospect; in Ahmed Hossam Hussein Abdelhami – Mido for short – they had an even better one.