WHILE the Premier League has lain dormant for the last 12 days, attention has shifted elsewhere to the Champions League, the Europa League, the FA Cup and the election of a new FIFA President.
LIVERPOOL and Manchester United have claimed eight European Cups between them, as well as appeared in four other finals.
AS someone who came within a whisker of a £3.5m transfer to Celtic back in the days of regular Old Firm derbies, Matt Elliott is used to thinking about big games.
WITH the Barclays Premier League top four in action on Valentine’s Day there’s surely going to be at least one dose of heartbreak come Sunday.
SIR Alex Ferguson must be sorely tempted.
THE worst kept secret in football was finally let out of the bag on Monday when it was announced that Pep Guardiola was going to be the next manager of Manchester City.
WE are comfortably into the second half of January and the clock is ticking until the transfer window closes.
WE’RE not even two weeks into the New Year, but the Premier League has reached a critical juncture.
FA CUP third round weekend kicks off this evening when Liverpool visit Exeter City in front of live TV cameras.
THE sky used to be the limit for Leeds United. Now they’re moaning that they’re being limited by Sky.
LOUIS VAN GAAL wants apologies from reporters who have linked him with the sack.