Mourinho pays tribute to ‘sweet enemy’ Wenger

Jose Mourinho has described his old rival Arsene Wenger as a “sweet enemy” and insisted he regarded a man he

Man City star reveals key to thrashing ‘one of the best sides in the world’

Bernardo Silva believes Manchester City’s confidence is soaring thanks to their knack of scoring early goals. The champions reclaimed top

Ex-Arsenal stars discuss why Sanchez will never recover

Paul Merson and Charlie Nicholas both feel Alexis Sanchez will never again show the form that made Manchester United sign

Liverpool are ‘Spursy’; Salah is Ozil; Chelsea aren’t stupid

Kepa of the lost Citys Whatever your opinion of Kepa Arrizabalaga, Maurizio Sarri, Chelsea and an otherwise rather sleepy League

Big Weekend: Man Utd v Liverpool, Chelsea v Man City, Ozil

Game to watch – Manchester United v Liverpool Jose Mourinho uncharacteristically paused to gather his thoughts before fielding a difficult

What drives football fans to abuse reporters of racism?

You would hope there were some issues that transcended club loyalties and united fans in support of a larger, nobler

Ref upset over ‘bizarre’ penalty mistake – Warnock

Neil Warnock called Simon Hooper’s decision to refuse Cardiff a first-half penalty against Watford “bizarre” and claimed that the Wiltshire

Why do minnows turn into Messi on FA Cup weekend?

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Young warns Liverpool that Man Utd have ‘another gear’

Ashley Young thinks Manchester United still have “another gear” to go to ahead of their clash against Liverpool in the

City’s VAR nightmare shows need for handball reform

It was all going so routinely for Manchester City in Gelsenkirchen. Sergio Aguero had put the visitors 1-0 up in