In another wild Prem weekend, Liverpool, Spurs and Andre Villas-Boas were blindsided by forces beyond their control, writes David Hirshey.
Manchester City shrugged off its Chelsea loss by brushing aside Arsenal and showing its league-leading mettle, writes David Hirshey.
Chelsea handed Manchester City its first league loss of the season, and in so doing opened the door for Manchester United to possibly go atop the table after this weekend, writes David Hirshey.
Manchester City risks its unbeaten record against a newly confident Chelsea in its toughest test of the season, writes David Hirshey.
Fernando Torres' mid-week Champions League performance raised hopes by Chelsea -- and fears by everyone else -- that he is on the road to redemption, writes David Hirshey.
With the Prem title all but won, Manchester United can now concentrate on doing the unthinkable -- upsetting Barcelona to win the Champions League -- writes David Hirshey.
Two maniacal Chelsea and United fans debate this Sunday's title showdown -- the match should be even nastier, writes David Hirshey.
Despite Chelsea's win and the Red Devils' loss to Arsenal this weekend, Sir Alex Ferguson will rally his team to close out the season with the Prem title.
Approaching the end of a World Cup year, David Hirshey selects his most memorable soccer moments from South Africa.
Why is the best team in the Premier League in a free fall? David Hirshey offers a foolproof plan to revive the Blues.
Frank Lampard and Wayne Rooney are preparing to return to Chelsea and United, but David Hirshey wonders if their teams even need them anymore.
The young Blue millionaires beat the old Blue millionaires this weekend, and the Baggies finally bagged the Gunners. Is there a new order in the Prem, David Hirshey asks.
Chelsea and Manchester City square off in the first big game of the EPL season. David Hirshey sizes up the two richest teams in the league.