Spurs' acceptance of Arsenal's superiority for 20 straight years has finally come to an end. Their 2-0 win over the Gunners have propelled them into new heights—of the Premier League elites.
Ahead of the last NLD at the Lane, Mike's optimism has taken on new heights. Finally, he says, Spurs will seize their opportunity to prove themselves far superior to their North London counterparts.
The Champions League Round of 16 featured a record-breaking comeback, a goal fest, and the typical Juve and Atleti being Juve and Atleti. What more could you ask for?
Arsenal and Liverpool's matchup was always set to be an enticing contest, but nobody had predicted this. Liverpool will certainly be happier of the two, but Klopp still has some thinking to do.
It's pretty clear Wenger's not going to splash the cash on Higuain--not at that €94 million price tag he's not. Here are some other targets he should focus on.
The transfer window has been a small flame that is surely going to become a blazing inferno by the time it all ends on August 31. Who should look to do more? And who should be patted?
With all clubs strengthening significantly in the summer, both managerially and in terms of squad quality, it might be make or break for Arsene Wenger and Arsenal.
Mourinho's appointment reaffirms and exposes the badly held secret of this new Premier League: there can no longer be dynasties here.
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