The trio shared their views on the Toffees' group-stage draw.
Liverpool have been grouped into a Champions League mini-division along with Real Madrid, FC Basel and Ludogorets Razgrad.
Chelsea have reportedly already lined up a replacement for AC Milan-bound Fernando Torres, with the club said to have activated the buy-out clause in Loic Remy's QPR contract.
The £25 million summer signing has returned to action at Melwood, while Mario Balotelli looks to have settled in perfectly.
Arsenal's group fate has been decided but unless two problem areas are amended, they will not sustain a Champions League challenge.
Richard Keys has said that Ashley Cole should have gone to the World Cup ahead of Manchester United's Luke Shaw if Roy Hodgson knew about his fitness issues.
George R. R. Martin’s most recent novel in the Song of Ice and Fire series appears to be where Telltale’s story game starts.
The £32 million transfer from Atletico Madrid has been called an "animal", but now he's a "streetfighter".
Arsenal's Per Mertesacker has taken to Twitter to thank the club's fans for the welcome that they gave him on Wednesday night.
Jamie Redknapp believes that Didier Drogba could start for Chelsea against Everton in the Premier League this weekend.
Within the salons of the Elysée Palace, along the corridors of the European parliament and under the glass dome of the Reichstag, Old Europe is preparing for a new war.
In the black-and-white era after the second world war when Alec Guinness was starring in Ealing comedies and Richard Attenborough played Pinkie in an acclaimed 1947 film of Brighton Rock, it was clear that British films had the brightest of futures. In the following decades, film studios such as Pinewood and Elstree became hives of cinematic activity. Then, in the 1990s, it all seemed to fade away.
Lewis Holtby has had a tough time of late but he is clearly optimistic about the future under Mauricio Pochettino at Tottenham Hotspur.