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Tired Sam Allardyce not right for Everton, but Sean Dyche has hunger

Steve Nicol feels Sam Allardyce would bring both the grit and style which are necessary to improve the United States.
Don Hutchison explains why he believes Everton need a manager like David Unsworth or Sean Dyche to bring exciting football back to Goodison Park.

Unless it transpires that the dramatic 3-2 comeback against Watford last weekend was enough to secure the Everton job for interim boss David Unsworth, after three straight defeats and the sacking of Ronald Koeman, it seems that the race for the permanent position is between two men.

One is Sam Allardyce: universally recognised as the authority in relegation dogfights and helpfully available after quitting Crystal Palace in May having kept them up in his five-month spell in charge.

The other is Sean...

 By Michael Cox

How the likes of Watford and Burnley can get neutrals interested in midtable

Despite Chelsea coming away with a win, Stewart Robson highlights causes for concern for the champions.

There's something rather peculiar about the midtable Premier League sides this season: it's difficult to work out which will be pushing for the European places, and which will be battling to stay out of the relegation spots.

You can spin this either way; if you were being particularly positive, you could say it highlights great competitiveness. Realistically, it feels like there's rather too much mediocrity in the Premier League this season, and relatively few interesting "smaller" sides for...

 By Michael Cox

Would Dyche's gatecrashing tactics at Burnley suit a Premier League giant?

Take a quick glance at the top of the Premier League table, and all seems roughly as you'd expect: Manchester City, Manchester United, Tottenham, Chelsea, Arsenal and Liverpool are filling six of the top seven positions.

There's one exception, however. Burnley -- expected to finish somewhere in the bottom half -- find themselves in sixth position, ahead of Liverpool on goal difference.

This represents a truly remarkable start to the campaign for Sean Dyche's side, particularly considering the...

Liverpool sees familiar failings as Burnley deny Jurgen Klopp's men at Anfield

LIVERPOOL, England -- Three thoughts on Liverpool 1-1 Burnley in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon.

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1. Familiar failings for Liverpool

Stop if you've heard this one before. Liverpool were held to another frustrating draw as Burnley grafted for a well-earned point at Anfield on Saturday. Jurgen Klopp's side had more than 70 percent possession and 35 shots but were made to pay for a first-half defensive mistake.

Scott Arfield's goal was quickly canceled out by Mohamed Salah's strike, and Liverpool...

Premier League grades so far: Man United get top marks, Arsenal flop

The guys at Exploding Heads take an alternative look at Arsenal's continued demise following their 4-0 defeat at Liverpool.
The FC panel respond to your tweets about the transfer deadline, struggles in Manchester and Arsenal's season outlook.

After a breathless opening fortnight, the Premier League now goes on hold to make way for another raft of World Cup qualifiers. So how did your team do? Iain Macintosh grades the entire division.

MANCHESTER UNITED: A+

Perfect. An entirely unblemished record. Admittedly, this entirely unblemished record has been secured against some of the weaker teams in the league, but that's hardly their fault. Besides, if we all insist that the beauty of the Premier League is that, "anyone can beat anyone," then...

Conte's worst nightmare as Cahill, Fabregas see red in Chelsea defeat

Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were sent off as Chelsea lost to Burnley in an opening day shock.
Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were sent off as Chelsea lost to Burnley in an opening day shock.
Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were sent off as Chelsea lost to Burnley in an opening day shock.
Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were sent off as Chelsea lost to Burnley in an opening day shock.
Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were sent off as Chelsea lost to Burnley in an opening day shock.
Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were sent off as Chelsea lost to Burnley in an opening day shock.
Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were sent off as Chelsea lost to Burnley in an opening day shock.
Gary Cahill and Cesc Fabregas were sent off as Chelsea lost to Burnley in an opening day shock.

LONDON -- Three quick thoughts on Chelsea 2-3 Burnley at Stamford Bridge in the Premier League on Saturday afternoon:

1. Utter nightmare for Antonio Conte

May feels like a century ago. The overriding narrative of Chelsea's summer had been one of frustration and disappointment, but no one could have foreseen this. A first opening day defeat since 1998, a new club captain sent off after just 14 minutes and a Premier League title defence that already looks destined to endure serious difficulties in...