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.
Which Manchester team will win the title this year -- the one that humiliated Arsenal or the one that crushed Spurs?
Kevin Muscat's shocking foul puts the Aussie defender in the shameful pantheon of all-time soccer thugs, writes David Hirshey.
Players from Newcastle and Manchester City were recently caught drinking (and brawling), but it's their managers' polar reactions that could affect the EPL standings, David Hirshey writes.
Spurs are free falling, Chelsea's Didier Drogba can still get it done and Andy Carroll finally showed up for Liverpool in FA Cup play, 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.
After Arsenal's improbable beatdown of Chelsea this weekend, David Hirshey tells the Gunners' manager that all is forgiven.
When Chelsea and Arsenal meet Saturday in the Bad Behavior Derby, will either team finish with 11 players on the field? Don't bet on it, writes David Hirshey.
Manchester City can revel in humiliating United in Sunday's Manchester derby, but don't presume the defending champs will go away quietly, writes David Hirshey.
For the first time in ages, United goes into a Manchester derby trailing City in the standings. Will the Blues make United pay for years of humiliation? David Hirshey investigates.
With Manchester United's Wayne Rooney and Liverpool's Luis Suarez squaring off this weekend, David Hirshey wonders which of the EPL's reigning hotheads will explode first -- either with a stunning goal or a foolish red card.
What English Premier League managers will be given "gardening leave" and who will survive the chop? David Hirshey takes a closer look.
A couple of controversial calls -- or non-calls -- may have marred the Merseyside and North London derbies, but neither decided the outcome, writes David Hirshey.
This weekend promises not only the Merseyside derby between Liverpool and Everton but also the heated matchup between Arsenal and Tottenham, writes David Hirshey.
After derailing Manchester United's perfect streak, Stoke City is finally getting some respect, writes David Hirshey, who also looks back at Fernando Torres' up-and-down weekend.