West Ham's good form continued with a win over Leicester on Saturday which keeps them in the top four of the Premier League. And The Daily Telegraph's Paul Hayward has been impressed with Sam Allardyce's team.
The Sunday Supplement panel discuss the future of Ched Evans after Hartlepool announced they won't be signing the striker.
The Sunday Supplement team discuss comments from Liverpool Brendan Rodgers about how the media are portraying his team and management style.
The Sunday Supplement panel discuss whether Frank Lampard will extend his stay at Manchester City until the end of the season.
The Sunday Supplement panel discuss whether Steven Gerrard's future still lies with Liverpool and speculate on Brendan Rodgers' tenure at the Reds.
The Sunday Supplement panel discuss whether Manchester United will emulate Chelsea and Manchester City in the transfer market.
The Sunday Telegraph's Jason Burt said Alan Pardew needs a Cup win if he's going to get sections of the Newcastle fans back on his side.
The Daily Mail's Martin Samuel said his money would still be on Chelsea to win the Premier League despite Jose Mourinho's men losing at Newcastle.
The Sun's Charlie Wyett says Liverpool's 'gamble' on signing Mario Balotelli has not paid off.
The Sun's Charlie Wyett said Chelsea aren't quite the same side without midfielder Nemanja Matic.
Antony Kastrinakis says is it sad for fans to see so much money spent on agents fees rather than be invested at grass roots level.
The Sunday Supplement panel believe the timing of Roy Keane's departure from Aston Villa was strange and the departure could cause more damage to his career.
Jeremy Wilson believes there is a split amongst Arsenal fans as to whether manager Arsene Wenger should continue or not, but admits he shares the fans' pessimism.
Matt Dickinson believes under normal circumstances Steven Gerrard being rested wouldn't be an issue but the unease at the club is magnifying the situation.
The Sunday Supplement panel debate whether or not Ched Evans has a future in football.
The Sunday Supplement panel believe the FA are too scared to charge Dave Whelan and Malky Mackay.
Henry Winter believes Arsenal are a fading force and it is time for Arsene Wenger to move on from the club.
The Sunday Supplement panel debate whether the management or players are to blame for Tottenham's recent slump in form.
The Sunday Supplement panel give their take on what Hans-Joachim Eckert's report on the World Cup bidding processes means for FIFA and future tournaments.
Speaking on the Sunday Supplement, The Independent's Sam Wallace argues that Wayne Rooney should be seen as one of England's all-time greats.
Despite being a driving force in England, Manchester City are struggling to produce the goods in the Champions League.The Sunday Supplement panel discuss why this is causing Manuel Pellegrini to become under pressure.
The Sunday Supplement panel discuss matters revolving around Brendan Rodgers as the Liverpool manager has come under fire after they lost their third game in a week.
Wayne Rooney is set to earn his 100th England cap against Slovenia on Saturday, but after questioning by Roy Hodgson, can the striker cope as captain for club and country?
John Richardson believes Mario Balotelli's body language has an impact on other players and says the club should have prioritised quality over quantity in the summer.
Matt Lawton says that Jose Mourinho has a point after he criticised the Stamford Bridge crowd but believes he is being hypercritical to avoid complacency at the club.