Tim Sherwood admits Tottenham's squad are playing for their futures at the club as he prepares for the visit of Benfica.
Joe Hart believes Manchester City are capable of stunning the Nou Camp and knocking Barcelona out of Europe.
Manchester United star Wayne Rooney admits it is hard to see rivals Liverpool battling for the Premier League title.
Thomas Vermaelen admits he does not know where his future lies after being linked with a move away from Arsenal.
Ahead of their Champions League last-16 second-leg encounter at Barcelona, Vincent Kompany reminds us of the time when Manchester City were two goals behind to QPR but came back to win the match and secure the Premier League title.
Arsenal bow out at Bayern but there was a positive in Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain, writes Matt Stanger.
Manuel Pellegrini's Manchester City side must seek an early goal at Camp Nou, writes Daniel Storey.
Wolves were a club at war but Kenny Jackett has transformed the mood at Molineux, writes Adam Bate.
Trevor Francis says Arsenal can hold their heads high after their Champions League exit to Bayern.
Kevin Phillips blogs on what makes a perfect captain - and picks the best he's worked under in his career.
Wayne Rooney has all the credentials to become Man United's next captain, says Jamie Carragher.
Johnny Phillips questions whether fervent mic men, mascots and fireworks add anything to football.
Barcelona have flaws, says Graeme Souness, but their pressing should see them past Manchester City.
Man v Food presenter Adam Richman enjoys some Fantasy Fun, while John Carew enters the studio.
David Villa's form is key to Atletico's title tilt - and his World Cup dream, says Gaizka Mendieta.
Retirement and gambling are the topics for this week's panel, featuring Lewis Moody and Angus Fraser.
Click here for your chance to meet former Aston Villa striker John Carew on The Fantasy Football Club.
I think the issue lies not with the act of diving but with going down really really easily. The problem with the game these days and for refs is that "acceptable amount of contact for a player to go down" is very subjective...
I would love for England to play Holland. Then we'l see most of these comments stating the complete opposite. When it happens to Arsenal and we make a point of it, you bite at us like we've committed a crime, yet when it happens...
Pardew shouldn't have retaliated, whether or not it was provoked by Meyler. To lose his job? Ridiculous. 10 game ban? Justified considering the Suarez ban he got for BITING another opponent. Newcastle fan.
Anyone saying this isnt long enough is deluded, yes he has priors but if shoving an official is one of his priors isnt this what Meyler done to provoke Pardew? The fines were fair and id say the ban could be deemed as fair but anyone...
Time to move on I think. Meyler was the cause of all this, entering the technical area, pushing the opposition manager for no justifiable reason (Pardew was not preventing him from getting the ball, regardless what the anti pardew/Toon...
Pellegrini has to find a solution to the slump in form. Yes we won the Capital One trophy but including the Chelsea defeat we have played 7 games won 3, lost 3 and drawn 1, scoring a mere 7 goals in the process most of which have...
I don't see United getting into the top four but if they were to win this weekend then it could panic Liverpool but of course I do not see that happening. Liverpool win would ensure United are out the top four and the SAS will...
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