The violent scenes at last week's EFL Cup tie were not unexpected given the lax security arrangements at West Ham's new stadium.
Jose Mourinho and Pep Guardiola endured humbling 4-0 defeats on returning to their former clubs.
The Ched Evans rape case was a tawdry episode from which no one emerges with any credit.
A superlative display by Joe Hart earned England a point in Slovenia they scarcely deserved.
Brian Glanville on QPR manager, Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink, whose case is the latest to expose the dark underbelly of English football.
Chelsea need a long-term replacement for John Terry, so why on earth did they buy David Luiz?
Sam Allardyce is a voracious lout who has to go, argues Brian Glanville, even though there is no obvious candidate to replace him.
Defeats for Jose Mourinho, Antonio Conte, Slaven Bilic, show that no manager, however highly regarded, is immune to the pressure of life in the Premier League.
Arsene Wenger will soon celebrate 20 years in charge of Arsenal, though in recent years his decision making has come under scrutiny.
New England manager will need more than a lucky coin if he is going to improve on the performances of his recent predecessors.