An often difficult weekend for Premier League followers focuses on Arsenal’s high-quality victory over injury-depleted Leicester. In the meantime, Gareth Bale is again, bagging two objectives for a much-improved Tottenham in opposition to Burnley.
We ask whether or not Manchester United ought to truly get extra penalties, and whether or not anybody will take a degree off runaway leaders Manchester Metropolis ever once more? Do Brighton know they’re supposed to attain objectives? And what precisely are Crystal Palace?
Plus: tributes are paid to Glenn Roeder, the previous West Ham and Newcastle supervisor, who has died aged 65.
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