Will the track or tyres dominate? Are Merc really the faves? Can Webber get back on track? And...
Daniel Storey draws ten conclusions from the Premier League 2012/13 season.
Sky Sports caught up with Theo Walcott to talk England ahead of their forthcoming friendlies.
Sky Sports' reporters reflect on how the 20 Premier League clubs have done this season.
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Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio is happy to leave the identification of summer targets to others at the club.
The PFA have hit out at Sunderland boss Paolo Di Canio over his recent use of club discipline.
May 22, 2013 11:00pm
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Jamie Redknapp will answer your questions in our Champions League webchat on Thursday.
The Premier League season is done and dusted but the entertainment is just starting, says David Jones.
Paul Merson heaps praise on Van Persie, Clarke and Michu and revels in Arsenal's derby demolition.
Paolo Di Canio kept Sunderland up, but there is still much work to be done at the Stadium of Light.
Sunday 19th May 2013
As a Brighton fan, I think Gus Poyet would be perfect for Stoke - best defensive record in the championship fits with Stoke's current defensive strengths, he loves the overuse of width, lots of crosses and big front men (also...
I'm a Chelsea fan through and through. I'd be delighted to welcome back Jose, he is a proven manager. And to those that say he simply bough things it isn't true, yes Chelsea spent a lot of money but so did Liverpool and...
73 points, more than last season so all the idiot pundits, reporters and doubters think we were better off last season with RVP and we would fail can now track back or shut up as you do not know what you are talking about! Watching...
Paolo Di Canio's combination of exuberance and managerial acumen has breathed life into Sunderland, writes Sunderland FanZoner Michael Graham.
FanZone's Sunderland blogger Michael Graham admits to feeling a mix of fear and excitement over the club's appointment of Paolo Di Canio.
FanZone blogger Michael Graham says the sacking of Martin O'Neill at Sunderland is a reckless play by Ellis Short in a very high-stakes game.