On the 7th March 2013 what were the stories that dominated the football landscape? Including Arsenal, Chelsea and Manchester United.
A round up of the latest news stories and transfer rumours about Liverpool from the past 24 hours.
Jose Mourinho addressed the media ahead of Chelsea's clash with Tottenham Hotspur at Stamford Bridge tomorrow evening
Manchester United, Chelsea, Crystal Palace and Norwich City are backed to win - while Fulham and Cardiff could do each other no favours with a draw.
Mertesacker v Lukaku, Cazorla v Barry, Sanogo v Stones and more.
Juventus forward Dani Osvaldo has told supporters that he will dress as Jack Sparrow if the Old Lady manage to win their 30th Serie A title this season.
Cech v Lloris, Hazard v Dawson, Ramires v Paulinho and more.
A German website has assessed the current German national squad with Arsenal and Chelsea stars featuring.
Jack Wilshere will miss some massive games with his foot injury.
Recent reports have suggested that Arsenal and Liverpool target Micah Richards is set to snub a new deal at Manchester City.
Arsenal's deadline day signing Kim Kallstrom is being tipped to return.
January Chelsea signing showed what he could do against Bosnia.
Chelsea's David Luiz posted a photo on Instagram of himself joking around with Bernard.
Reportedly a target of Chelsea, Benfica starlet Lazar Markovic has been speaking about his form and his hopes for the near-future.
A comical photo consisting of Arsenal’s Bacary Sagna and Olivier Giroud ignoring Franck Ribery on international duty has been snapped.
If Liverpool did sign Nicolas Gaitan as has been rumoured, it would rub in a determination to kick on where Manchester United rested on their laurels.
Do Arsenal risk their season in the hands - or back - of Kim Kallstrom just to prove a point?
Exciting attacker Iker Muniain broke a record held by David de Gea, which is a bit of a dubious honour.
Nigeria's head coach has been talking about Victor Moses' lack of game-time at Liverpool.
A round up of the latest news stories this morning about Tottenham Hotspur.
Arsenal star jeered as he was substituted despite game-winning assist. Robert Schuller looks at the reasons why.
The likes of Daniel Sturridge, Raheem Sterling and Jordan Henderson will hope to go one better than Michael Owen, Emile Heskey and Nicky Barmby this summer.
The political upheaval in Ukraine could have a huge impact on football, with the season now reportedly in doubt.