Robin van Persie is the EPL's best player, Mark Young writes, but Arsenal need to improve if they wish to keep him at the Emirates.
Mark Young believes that the Norwich City manager would be a fine replacement for Harry Redknapp at Spurs.
The EPL's 25-man roster rule could be the best thing that's happened to English soccer.
The powers that be in Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland don't want their players representing Great Britain at next summer's Olympic Games. Let them play, Mark Young writes.
I used to think of myself as a West Brom fan -- until last week, that is, writes Mark Young.
Rafael Marquez, Frank Lampard and Carlos Tevez clearly believe that there's a "me" in team, writes Mark Young.
It's been a tale of two of two seasons for Roy Hodgson, who's gone from getting axed by Liverpool to saving the Baggies from relegation.
Discontented Gunners fans should stop firing broadsides at Arsenal's manager, Arsene Wenger.
Brad Friedel has been the best U.S. soccer export in history, but should his club, Aston Villa, resign him to a contract when he's about to turn 40?
Carlo Ancelotti has Chelsea back on track -- and in the hunt to catch Manchester United for the EPL title. But first, the Blues must defeat United's crosstown rival, Man City, writes Mark Young.
Crazy EPL season is building to an epic climax, writes Mark Young.
While Wayne Rooney and Dimitar Berbatov soak up the spotlight, Nani is having a career year for the Red Devils that deserves more attention.
Based on his outstanding performance in the Premier League, Clint Dempsey should be the player around which Bob Bradley builds the U.S. national team.
Professional soccer should take a page out of the Super Bowl playbook and hold a media day before the game's big occasions, writes Mark Young.
We take a look at the candidates for manager of the year in the U.K., writes Mark Young.
West Ham United may be at the bottem of the Premier League table, but there's still hope that the team can turn things around. But only if the club brings in a striker this January, writes Mark Young.