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Zlatan Ibrahimovic rescues Paul Pogba and Man Utd, and not for the first time

The FC panel feel the 1-1 result was fair for Man United and Liverpool, but think Paul Pogba certainly didn't help matters.
As Man United's unbeaten streak continues with a draw vs. Liverpool, Paul Mariner thinks they will truly push for top four.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic would have preferred a win for Man United, but is happy to have helped come away with a point.

Ever since he descended from the footballing heavens this past summer to become the self-proclaimed "God of Manchester," it was generally assumed that United's season would hinge on whether Zlatan Ibrahimovic's 35-year-old body could keep his ego's promises.

After 10 matches, the answer seemed similar to the one Fernando Torres gave to Chelsea as His Zlatan-ness managed to billow the net a whopping total of four times -- or half as many as, say, Diego Costa (remember him?) managed during the...

It sounds wild, but this might be the year Tottenham finish above Arsenal

Craig Burley says Tottenham have helped open the title race, but it's hard to back them as a contender to Chelsea.

There are certain things I never thought I'd say.

"No, I don't want that next beer."

"I'm sorry, Miss Ratajkowski; I should really be heading home."

"Thank you, Tottenham."

But the last thing I want to do is to appear churlish after Spurs preserved Arsenal's Premier League record of 14 consecutive wins by beating Chelsea last week. And I suppose I should also express my gratitude to Tottenham for keeping the title race alive when it had threatened to be stomped to death in one of Antonio...

Premier League resolutions for 2017: pragmatic Pep, Leicester revival, more

The Exploding Heads cap off 2016 with the annual Football Awards and beg footballers to stay away from ink in 2017.

I think we can all agree that 2016 was an awful year for humanity, unless you happened to be a Leicester fan. The rest of us are eager to kick the past 12 months to the curb and move on to what we're sure will be a glorious 2017. That is, until two consecutive losses in early January ruin everything.

For now, though, the spirit of bonhomie reigns, and even an embittered Arsenal fan can open his heart (or what's left of it after 12 years of breakage) to his fellow Premier League supporters and...

Has the Wizard of Ozil lost his magic? As usual, the criticism is overblown

Former Arsenal striker Paul Mariner this Mesut Ozil will make good for the Gunners when all is said and done.
FC's Craig Burley takes aim at Mesut Ozil for his performance against Man City, while Steve Nicol defends the midfielder.

In a football culture that fetishizes the image of Terry Butcher's head swathed in a blood-soaked bandage, Mesut Ozil will always be an easy target. The German World Cup winner hardly radiates the kind of gritty fighting spirit the English hold so dear, and that lack of derring-do has increasingly become the lightning rod for the midfielder's critics -- many of whom, oddly and ironically, support the team he plays for.

The speed with which Ozil has gone from Arsenal God to Arsenal's goat this...

Manchester misfires: Pep Guardiola and Jose Mourinho are finding it tough

Steve Nicol has some harsh criticisms for Pep Guardiola's defensive philosophy in the Premier League.

Remember back in September when Manchester City had been awarded the Premier League title and Pep Guardiola was short-listed for canonization in England just as he had been in Spain and Germany, where he had won a total of six league crowns?

Yeah, neither does Pep.

See, in those other countries, Guardiola's teams only had to fight off two challenges: one serious contender and boredom. Now there are as many as five legitimate outfits looking to staple him to his halo. Yet it was the club geographically...

It's OK to like Chelsea again thanks to Antonio Conte

The Exploding Heads build up the hype ahead of week 14's most enticing clash of Manchester City vs. Chelsea.

In the glow of the current feel-good revival at Stamford Bridge, it may be hard to remember but there was a time when Chelsea was an odious juggernaut of winning everything in sight but the Champions League, filled with smug John Terry-worshipping, bandwagon-jumping fans and ... him. I speak of the insufferable bantam rooster who made it all about himself: Jose "There is God and after God, me" Mourinho.

Oh, how I loathed those Blues. To be perfectly honest, there were even times during the Special...