Thirteen games into the Premier League season and West Bromwich Albion currently sit third following the Baggies best league start for fifty nine years.
From Scott Parker's reserve under Harry Redknapp, to main man under Andre Villa-Boas - Sandro has become the heart of Tottenham Hotspur's midfield.
Liverpool Football Club currently sit in twelfth position in the Premier League with a home draw against Newcastle United making it just one win from six games at Anfield in the division.
One of the trademarks of all the great Sir Alex Ferguson sides during his 26-year reign at the helm of the Old Trafford club has been wing play, whether it be Kanchelskis and Sharpe, Ryan Giggs and David Beckham or even Luis Nani and Cristiano Ronaldo there has always been an element of width to a title winning Manchester United side.
Everton under David Moyes’ guidance have long been a side that despite severe financial restraints and fierce competition from rival clubs with considerably bigger budgets, have performed above expectations consistently with The Toffees perennially challenging for European qualification places.
At the weekend we all witnessed one of the dramatic comebacks which have now become the hallmark of Manchester United under Sir Alex Ferguson’s 25 year long stewardship