As this year’s title promises to go down to the wire, it is baffling that neutral fans are creating what feels like a national campaign for Liverpool to choke. What has driven us to yearn to see one of the country’s most historic clubs fall, once again, at the feet of the country’s most soulless?
Mesut Ozil and Arsenal: A story of unwanted stardom and constant criticism
How has one of Arsenal's best loved players been criticised more than anyone else in the squad?
Interim managers part two: A look at the Premier League’s most memorable temporary bosses
Why Roberto Di Matteo, Rafael Benitez and John Carver are living proof that the title of "interim manager" is a poisoned chalice.
In the numbers: How have top Premier League teams’ transfer market habits changed?
A look at the numbers behind the top Premier League clubs' transfer market trends.
Interim managers part one: Premier League clubs should follow Real Madrid and Watford’s example
Law in Spain states that clubs cannot have an interim manager for more than two weeks. Would a similar rule be effective in the Premier League?
The Headline Commentator – December 9
Welcome to the “The Headline Commentator,” a new feature that gives unfiltered opinions on the week’s headlines.
Welcome to the new era of North London derbies
On Sunday, a new era of North London derbies ignited in a blaze of touchline scuffles, furious celebrations and pulsating football.
If fans are to get their Arsenal back, both Emery and the board must learn from past mistakes
A look at Arsenal's outgoing transfer record exposes the past errors that Unai Emery and the Arsenal board must learn from.
Unai Emery’s Arsenal fail to once more succumb to Liverpool
In avoiding defeat to Liverpool, Unai Emery's Arsenal showed clear signs of progress, but there is still plenty of work to be done.
If the MLS is to Ever Compete, a Structural Overhaul is the Only Way
If it ever to make significant progress, Major League Soccer should implement a European-style promotion/relegation system.