We need to look at the violent conduct law after Gaston Ramirez's controversial sending off, says Kammy
Kammy insists that Liverpool must not dither over Steven Gerrard's future and risk him doing a Frank Lampard...
Kammy questions some ridiculous refereeing decisions as he rounds up the Premier League action...
Chris Kamara says Chelsea can be happy with a point and Burnley must stand by Sean Dyche.
Chris Kamara says Harry Redknapp made the correct call by broadcasting Adel Taarabt's fitness issues.
David de Gea looked like he didn't want to be at Man Utd, says Kammy, but he's now back to his best.
Wayne Rooney's red card was the right decision says Kammy, but there's no need to go over the top.
Frank Lampard showed his class, says Kammy - but Spurs and Everton paid for European exertions.
Chris Kamara says Alan Pardew needs results and explains why referees must visit football clubs.
Chris Kamara says Premier League fans must embrace Diego Costa's physicality and character.
Kammy salutes Swansea and says there's even more to come from Aaron Ramsey and Daniel Sturridge.
Kammy says Luis Suarez deserves his PFA gong, praises Chelsea and insists the title isn't won yet.
Chris Kamara says Man Utd have lacked dignity in their handling of David Moyes' departure.
Kammy rounds-up the weekend talking points and says nothing is decided at the top or bottom.
Chris Kamara sizes up Neil Adams' task at Norwich, that Andy Carroll goal and Arsenal's philosophy.
Chris Kamara applauds Liverpool's transformation, Palace's defence and talisman Wayne Rooney.
Kammy has his say on Andre Marriner and reckons Luis Suarez is now the third best player in the world.
Chris Kamara blogs on Hawkeye's close call, Liverpool's big win and the North London derby.
Kammy says Tim Sherwood was right to question his players but won't get carried away by Man Utd's win.
Kammy expects the FA to come down hard on Alan Pardew and fears for Fulham's survival hopes.
Adam Bate looks at the numbers that reveal just how clinical Diego Costa has been for Chelsea.