The Championship is still just getting going, but some managers are already feeling the heat.
Newcastle United have won five Championship games in a row and haven't conceded a goal in four league matches.
Joey Barton has been sent home by manager Mark Warburton and told to stay away from the training ground after a training ground bust up, but has explained himself via Twitter.
Simeone is one of the favourites to become the next Arsenal manager.
Crystal Palace captain Scott Dann believes that everyone in football knows how talented teammate Wilfried Zaha is.
Jan Vennegoor of Hesselink says that Celtic have to win against Inverness Caledonian Thistle in the Scottish Premiership this weekend in order to bounce back from the defeat to Barcelona.
Roy Keane delivers another blow to Jose Mourinho.
Tottenham Hotspur striker Harry Kane failed to score against AS Monaco in the Champions League on Wednesday.
Leeds United head coach Garry Monk is happy with the quality of his central defenders.
Palace and England winger Townsend is hoping to help his club put together a good run of form after their first victory.
The Westfield shopping centre steward had the answer. The easiest way to West Ham United’s new ground, which, for now, the club are calling London Stadium? “Up one floor on the escalator,” he said. “Straight down towards John Lewis, left out of the last door, cut past Jamie Oliver’s restaurant and you’ll see it.”
It was Wayne Rooney’s night and so José Mourinho took a back seat for his first home game as the Manchester United manager – arriving without fanfare, leaving without a press conference – but this summer’s other big name arrival at Old Trafford made his presence felt in an otherwise tame goalless testimonial against Everton.
Carli Lloyd began this Olympic tournament as she ended the last one: scoring in an American victory.