Arsenal returned to the top of the Premier League tree, for a couple of hours at least, with a 3-1 win against an uninspiring
This past weekend cost two notable Premier League managers their jobs, with Andre Villas Boas's sacking from Spurs being the most high-profile. The Portuguese manager got the axe on Monday morning after his Tottenham side slumped to a thumping 5-0 mauling at the hands of Liverpool in front of their own White Hart Lane faithful on Sunday afternoon.
Since the euphoria of the derby win, it's been a mixed bag of results for Cardiff City. After coolly dispatching Swansea, they travelled to Aston Villa the following weekend for a game that on paper at least was eminently winnable. Not so.
Following West Brom striker Shane Long's magnificent performance in the 2-2 draw against Aston Villa, it calls into question
In the aftermath of a weekend which saw two game-changing penalties incorrectly given in the Swansea/Stoke clash and the Chelsea/West Brom match and a red card worthy tackle not punished in the Sunderland/Man City game, is it now time that referees are made to wear head-cams during the matches so we can see what they've seen of an incident?
Jack Wilshere ended a difficult week with his first Premier League goal in nearly three years to earn Arsenal a point at
Shinji Kagawa has admitted he must improve if is he is to have a future at Manchester United. The Japan international experienced
Arsenal recorded their 11th consecutive away win at West Brom following a penalty shootout triumph in the Capital One Cup
The Premier League belatedly kicked into life with a couple of barnstorming encounters and a shock result at Anfield, as
Mesut Özil enjoyed a winning Premier League debut as Arsenal continued their resurgence with a 3-1 victory at Sunderland