Pep Guardiola Is Disgusted At Receiving The EPL Manager Of The Month Award

Pep Guardiola has been named February’s EPL Manager of the Month after consecutive victories over West Ham, Swansea and Bournemouth, whoo! Perhaps it was because City had been held to a scoreless draw against Stoke on Wednesday, but Guardiola was in no mood to be rewarded for his nine-point haul in the shortest month of the year.

Jose Mourinho Should Have Killed Marouane Fellaini When he Had The Chance

Marouane Fellaini is bad. I am not alone in thinking this and I am correct in my thinking. Playing Fellaini next to Paul Pogba is like that time Corey Gunz popped up at the end of 6 Foot 7 Foot. Just, no.

All this is Jose Mourinho's fault, of course. Mourinho has had plenty of chances to sit Fellaini on the bench but he refuses and puts fellaini on the field. It's maddening.

The Premier League Isn't The Best In The World, But It's The Strongest

After appearing a shadow of his former self throughout the season, particularly over a wretched three-month period stretching from early December through late February when Wes Morgan outscored him by plundering a goal against Derby County,  Riyad Mahrez sprang to life with a magical and all-important goal against Hull City on Saturday.

After twisting and turning at the top of the box, the Algerian scored his fourth goal of the Premier League season, lifting Leicester City five points clear of the relegation zone in the process.

Can Liverpool Turn It Around?

At the start of the season, Liverpool fans were filled a sense of cautious optimism. If it weren't for the fact that the club is in the midst of a 26-year drought since its last league title, the fan base may have actually dared to say that this would be their year to end what has been an agonize quarter century for the club with the second-most league titles in England.

It would have been hard to fault their confidence, as the stars seemed to align for something special to happen at Anfield this term.