Crystal Palace, West Bromwich Albion, Hull City, Arsenal and Manchester United players feature in this list amongst others.
Manchester City were this weekend linked with a move for Liverpool defender Martin Skrtel – but how does he compare to the current City centre backs?
French forward M'Baye Niang has been given a 18-month suspended prison service for dangerous and wreckless driving at the start of February.
Former Liverpool player Mark Lawrenson believes the Reds possess the best front-four in the league, but what do the stats say?
Alan Pardew thinks Loic Remy becomes "harder to sign" with every goal he scores. Is it time for a step up?
Mike Njoroge looks at the two arguments regarding Manchester United striker Wayne Rooney.
Arsene Wenger has confirmed a new contract is in place for midfielder Tomas Rosicky.
Resources for dev kits run dry as demand catches up with virtual reality machine.
11 games to go for Tottenham Hotspur, and a big month awaits in the race for fourth place.
We take a look at three key reasons why Manchester United were able to take all three-points against Crystal Palace.
In one of the most surprising deals of this transfer window, former Arsenal and Ipswich Town goalkeeper Richard Wright signed for Manchester City on a one-year contract.. We discuss the move and take a look at the veteran keeper's career to date.
Sir Alex Ferguson believes Wayne Rooney's thigh injury could be "a blessing" as the striker can now work on his fitness. Ferguson said the 26-year-old, who is out for four weeks, was dropped for last Saturday's 3-2 win over Fulham because the manager could not select him and Robin van Persie, who was also not match fit.
Yes, you heard right, it's just like a factory lock-out. Only this time where talking about millionaire pro hockey players possibly being locked out of arenas. What is this dispute and why is it threatening to threaten the hockey viewing pleasure NHL fans everywhere this winter?