This has been a season of dire anticlimax for Pep Guardiola - and what on earth possessed Spurs manager Mauricio Pochettino to play the Korean Son at wing-back?
United's manager deserved praise for the win over league leaders Chelsea
Everton's Tom Davies is further proof that talented teenagers should be given a chance, Brian Glanville writes
Whither Wenger? That 2-2 draw with Manchester City in which both sides looked curiously fallible and the Gunners were lucky to achieve, didn’t really tell us much.
Brian Glanville examines the recent performances of two much-lauded managers and wonders if their reputations will ever recover.
To ignore the repeated attacks on Chelsea's Eden Hazard by a number of Manchester United players, was a dereliction of duty, says Brian Glanville.
Arsene Wenger's bust-up with Alexis Sanchez has exposed the fault lines at a club which is teetering on the brink of crisis.
Claudio Ranieri deserves sympathy but Leicester could not afford to be sentimental, argues Brian Glanville.
Brian Glanville says there is no coming back from the Bayern Munich rout for Arsene Wenger, a man he admires, but does not regard as Arsenal's finest manager.
Brian Glanville hopes that Jack Wilshere's latest injury setback will not prove too debilitating for a player he regards as England's best passer.