The weekend's Premier League action was packed with plenty of drama and Iain Macintosh reviews the best and worst of week eight.
It's over, but by thunder, it was one hell of a ride. Brendan Rodgers, who was sacked by Liverpool on Sunday, had his faults and they will be well documented elsewhere in the next 24 hours, but he was rarely dull.
He nearly won the title with a team that shipped 50 goals, he was open and engaging, he sought to play stylish football and he was passionate about...
LONDON -- After the perfect answer to what had been an imperfect week for Arsenal, there were still two deeper long-term questions from this sensational match at the Emirates.
The first is how Arsene Wenger's side can keep going from extreme to extreme, and whether a performance like this 3-0 win over Manchester United can finally be a sign of the side's true level rather than more false hope.
The second is how exactly Louis van Gaal ignored Arsenal's poor recent history in this very fixture, and...