Top 10 Premier League teams of all time has no Manchester United on the podium

Fun debate, isn’t it? Which is the best Premier League team of all time? We’ve got ourselves a top 10 for you to disagree with here. Some (pretty fluid) ground rules. We’ve gone for a single season, but obviously plenty of these teams had multiple seasons of greatness. We’ve tried to pinpoint the absolute peak … Read more

Arsenal fans should not be worried; the process will include selling a Saka or Saliba

If Arsenal want to be like Liverpool then they need to sell like Liverpool did with Philippe Coutino. It’s nothing to worry about. This is your page. Send your thoughts to theeditor@football365 on (almost) any subject.   The only mail we got on that Liverpool winA win, and played marginally better than toilet. I’ll take … Read more

Premier League records that will probably never be broken features Arsenal, Liverpool, Man Utd

People say records are there to be broken, but some are there to stay for an eternity. We give you 14 Premier League records that will probably never be bettered.   Most consecutive seasons as manager (22)From 1996 until 2018, Arsene Wenger was manager of Arsenal, meaning he was in charge for a colossal 22 … Read more

Haaland could comfortably eclipse the ten greatest Premier League debut seasons ever

There is a sneaking suspicion that Erling Haaland might just have got the hang of Our League. A few others made it look easy straight away.   10) Fernando Torres (Liverpool, 2007/08)The most goals a foreign player has ever scored in their debut Premier League season was the 24 plundered by Fernando Torres for Liverpool … Read more

How every Premier League team would have ranked in Haaland’s points-based system

Alfie Haaland revealed in the documentary ‘Haaland: The Big Decision’ that he and his son Erling used a points-based system to decide which club to join from Borussia Dortmund. It’s not clear exactly what all the criteria were, but five were mentioned. Only seven clubs made the shortlist but we thought it might be fun … Read more

problems Prem managers should have addressed during international break

Mikel Arteta needed only to spread the love, while the likes of David Moyes, Steve Cooper and Brendan Rodgers have had their work cut out during the international break. Here’s the most pressing issue each manager has had to address over the last fortnight. Or in some cases, four weeks…   Arsenal – keeping everyone … Read more

Ranking clubs by how knackered they will be in seven weeks

The international break is over, and it’s back to a nice quiet bit of of domestic football. For six mad weeks before we all have to stop so they can sneak a little World Cup in. There is a really quite insane amount of football to get through before Qatar, so who’s got it worst? … Read more

North London and Manchester derbies, David Moyes, Alexander-Arnold in Big Weekend

It a huge weekend in north London and Manchester. It’s also a biggie for David Moyes as pressure builds at West Ham, and Gareth Southgate’s least favourite right-back…   Game to watch – Arsenal v TottenhamAre Arsenal still pretenders or actual contenders? And what do we really think of Tottenham? Saturday lunchtime’s north London derby … Read more

Man Utd wouldn’t be in this mess if the supporters hadn’t stopped Rupert Murdoch…

Would Manchester United be better off if they had just let Rupert Murdoch do his thing? Also in the Mailbox: Prem All-Stars, and the stain on Arsenal’s history. Get your views into… History lessonIn your piece on the NLD you gloss over the reasons for why the rivalry started because it “happened decades before … Read more

One player per club worried about the World Cup as Premier League returns…

Three Arsenal players are second-guessing the Brazil coach, a 146-cap veteran is sweating, while a West Ham winger has a Man Utd star breathing down his neck. With the Premier League returning this weekend, here are 20 players all stewing over their World Cup prospects…   Arsenal – Gabriel MartinelliThe last Brazil squad before the … Read more