Steve Clarke insists he holds no grudges against the club that sacked him via their human resources department in the summer, but how he made Liverpool suffer regardless. Brendan Rodgers's Premier League debut as Liverpool manager proved a calamity as West Bromwich Albion, led by the former Anfield first team coach, ran riot.
Arsenal Football Club has confirmed that terms have been agreed for the transfer of Alex Song to Barcelona.
Newcastle United face Tottenham today in the Premier League - A battle between fourth and fifth in last year's table.
Last summer, Arsenal lost their two best players as their captain Cesc Fabregas returned to Barcelona and Samir Nasri headed north to Manchester City. A year on and history may well be about to repeat itself.
Even the Sky pundits are split - with two of Gillette Soccer Saturday's finest going for Manchetser United, and two for Manchester City.
Southampton legend Matt Le Tissier says that he remains confident that Southampton will survive this season, and says that the club is looking for more than just retaining their Premier League status.
Arsenal legend Paul Merson is more optimistic about the club's prospects this season, as is fellow Sky pundit Charlie Nicholas. Merson says that he is more worried, however, about the possible loss of Alex Song than Robin Van Persie, who he says can be replaced.
Sky's Phil Thompson said on Gillette Soccer Saturday that he believes that, although this season will be kinder to Liverpool both on and off the pitch, a Top 4 finish is just too much to ask for.
Arsenal, Bolton, Blackpool, Manchester City, Manchester United, Aston Villa, and QPR feature in this run down of how a good start to the season doesn't always mean everything.
Manchester United, Chelsea, Tottenham Hotspur, Swansea City, West Brom, Fulham, and Arsenal players feature on our list.