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.
Manchester United has accepted Liverpool's apology for Handshakegate, but will Andre Villas-Boas be forgiven for Chelsea's collapse?
Is Manchester City's manager Roberto Mancini really up for a title fight? Because Sir Alex Ferguson certainly is, writes David Hirshey.
After Arsenal's improbable beatdown of Chelsea this weekend, David Hirshey tells the Gunners' manager that all is forgiven.
What English Premier League managers will be given "gardening leave" and who will survive the chop? David Hirshey takes a closer look.
Why is United's manager so maniacal before a West Ham match? It's almost as frenzied as the adulation for Juan Agudelo and Andy Carroll. David Hirshey takes a deep breath.
Manchester United's fiery manager Sir Alex Ferguson and Liverpool's Kenny Dalglish renew their 25-year rivalry on Sunday. David Hirshey braces for impact.
After Arsenal's excruciating loss in the Carling Cup final, David Hirshey gives the Gunners' professorial manager a failing grade.
With another Manchester derby this weekend, the pressure is on City to prove it belongs in the title race with United, writes David Hirshey.
As Arsenal faces Man City today in a top-of-the-table war, David Hirshey makes New Year's resolutions for three of the Prem's title-chasing managers.
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.
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.
After an underwhelming performance in the World Cup, it looks as though Tim Howard has his mojo back, much to Everton's delight, David Hirshey writes.