With two goals in stoppage time, Roberto Mancini's team fulfilled its destiny in the wildest finish to a Prem season of all time, writes David Hirshey.
With Man City about to win its first title in 44 years, United's manager is deluding himself that his team still has a chance to keep its crown, writes David Hirshey.
With a dramatic 1-0 victory over United, Manchester City may have finally exorcised the demon next door, writes David Hirshey.
With City's easy win and United's stunning collapse this weekend, next Monday's epic derby could turn into a Theatre of Nightmares for Sir Alex, writes David Hirshey.
With just four games remaining in a manic EPL season, David Hirshey selects his best XI of the year.
Arsenal buried Man City's title hopes as well as Mario Balotelli's career in England. David Hirshey had a ringside seat at the circus.
For the second consecutive week, Liverpool lost to a relegation-mired team, and the calls for Kenny Dalglish's royal head are getting louder, writes David Hirshey.
Is Carlos Tevez traitor or savior? It doesn't matter to Roberto Mancini as long as Tevez helps City win its first title in 44 years, writes David Hirshey.
Man City was knocked off its league-leading perch this weekend after almost five months. But David Hirshey asks: Is that any reason to sob in public?
Thanks to the likes of Clint Dempsey, Martin Jol, and a revamped, assertive midfield, it's no wonder Fulham is everyone's second favorite team, writes David Hirshey.
In another wild Prem weekend, Liverpool, Spurs and Andre Villas-Boas were blindsided by forces beyond their control, writes David Hirshey.
Can Arsenal's improbable win spur Arsene Wenger's side to a Champions League berth? Our resident Gooner certainly hopes so.
Manchester United has accepted Liverpool's apology for Handshakegate, but will Andre Villas-Boas be forgiven for Chelsea's collapse?
After Luis Suarez and Patrice Evra make peace tomorrow, United and Liverpool have a tough match on their hands, writes David Hirshey.
United made an unlikely comeback inspired by Chelsea fans' shameful boos, while Arsenal showed it's also far from finished, writes David Hirshey.
Is Manchester City's manager Roberto Mancini really up for a title fight? Because Sir Alex Ferguson certainly is, writes David Hirshey.