Norman Hubbard on Peterborough boss Darren Ferguson's difficulty in following in his father's footsteps.
Norman Hubbard answers your questions on Italian bosses' FA Cup dominance and Belgians in England.
Norman Hubbard says Di Matteo deserves a chance to present his long-term plan for the Chelsea job.
Norman Hubbard on the man leading Stoke to their first chance of silverware since 1972, Tony Pulis.
Norman Hubbard wonders if the Anelka-Drogba-Torres triumvirate can be a success.
ESPNsoccernet's resident anorak, Norman Hubbard, answers your latest questions.
Norman Hubbard looks at the impact that the January transfer window can have on clubs.
You can't always get what you want, but, this summer, explains Norman Hubbard, Rafa Benitez couldn't get what he needed.
Norman Hubbard asks the GBP;25 million question: who will join Wigan and Sunderland in next season's Premiership, Preston or West Ham?
The Spurs FA Cup clash needs to spark a revival at ailing former giants Nottingham Forest, says Norman Hubbard.
A month on from Harry Redknapp's shifting of loyalties from Portsmouth to Southampton, Norman Hubbard compares and contrasts the rivals.
Norman Hubbard has a pen picture of every United Cup Final squad member.
Dennis Wise is back with the rank outsiders, and back in the FA Cup final. Norman Hubbard takes a look at the Millwall manager.
Despite being out of both cups and with little chance of a Champions League position Norman Hubbard argues Villa have much left to fight for.
Patrick Vieira's exit has left Arsenal with a decidedly threadbare midfield. Norman Hubbard ponders Arsene Wenger's options.