Time to go fishing in Scotland, writes Mark Young.
Roberto Di Matteo has done an exceptional job handling the big egos at Chelsea since taking over as caretaker manager, writes Mark Young.
Mark Young believes that the Norwich City manager would be a fine replacement for Harry Redknapp at Spurs.
While a controversial penalty led to Manchester United dropping points against Newcastle, it was a number of missed chances that should be worrisome for manager Alex Ferguson, writes Mark Young.
The hiring of Alex McLeish as Aston Villa manager may be troubling for the team's fortunes as well as its fan base, writes Mark Young.
Discontented Gunners fans should stop firing broadsides at Arsenal's manager, Arsene Wenger.
We take a look at the candidates for manager of the year in the U.K., writes Mark Young.
Next month, American citizen and former UCLA women's soccer coach Afshin Ghotbi will coach Iran in the 2011 AFC Asian Cup in Qatar.
Aston Villa manager Gerard Houllier has laid down the law with his striker John Carew. Is it a sign of things to come for the Prem's well-paid players?
The EPL's 25-man roster rule could be the best thing that's happened to English soccer.
As Portsmouth discovered last season, slow starts are hard to overcome. For Wigan, a trip to White Hart Lane follows the visit of Chelsea. Can Roberto Martinez turn his club around?
The Japanese manager has predicted a semifinals berth for his club, but don't count on it. Mark Young weighs in.
Chile brings the fire of youth, which can be good and bad. Mark Young weighs in.
Can Samuel Eto'o overcome off-pitch politics and other challenges to lead Cameroon to great heights? Mark Young weighs in.