Considering Saturday’s high‑stakes visit of Chelsea Pep Guardiola was breezy when discussing the challenge of Antonio Conte’s Premier League leaders.
Ronald Koeman has said Everton’s miserable run has opened his eyes to the changes required at Goodison Park but insisted the club’s academy prospects are not yet the solution.
Celtic's Callum McGregor has commented on Brendan Rodgers' training sessions.
In the absence of the injury-hit Héctor Bellerín and Mathieu Debuchy, Arsène Wenger does not plan to turn to the next right-back in his squad, Carl Jenkinson, because he feels the player is suffering a crisis of confidence.
José Mourinho has revised his timescale for Manchester United winning the Premier League title, claiming that changing the way a team plays is the most difficult thing in football.
The Leeds legend is backing his former side to edge Saturday evening's clash.
Liverpool will intensify efforts to sell Mamadou Sakho in January after Jürgen Klopp confirmed the France international is not considered part of his first team squad.
Alan Pardew has conceded his future at Crystal Palace is dependent upon arresting the side’s dismal recent form and admitted the club themselves are in crisis before Saturday’s pivotal visit of Southampton to Selhurst Park.
Mark Lawrenson has backed Tottenham to beat Swansea 2-0.
“Drobo, Drobo,” the khal – sorry, the call – went from the stands.
At least he ate well.
The Championship may be the fourth most-watched league in Europe, but received wisdom is that, for a footballer’s international future, it’s a black hole. The Premier League, or at least one of Europe’s premier leagues, is thought of as the place to be in order to further one’s ambitions. But for QPR midfielder Massimo Luongo, that’s not necessarily the case.