It’s hardly been a vintage year for Wayne Rooney, but the only reason he looks so bad in this campaign is because he was so good last season, writes Ken Early.
JOE wonders if Torres will spring to life in Europe, assesses Manchester United's injury crisis in midfield and dares any Chelsea player to go toe to toe with Copenhagen boss Stale Solbakken.
Trap's too lazy to do it, so leave it to JOE to look back on the performances of the established and potential members of the Ireland squad over the weekend.
In the end he was known as 'the fat Ronaldo' but he should be remembered as the original Ronaldo, a player who could obliterate any defence with skill and a smile.
Arsene Wenger is unlikely to change Arsenal’s style of play against Barcelona, and because of that the Gunners face almost certain defeat, writes Ken Early.
JOE looks at how the North London clubs will fare against two of Europe’s most decorated sides, and what methods they may use to get a favourable result to take into the second leg.
JOE looks ahead to the Manchester derby, wonders whether Wolves can do another spot of giant-killing and backs Damien Duff to sparkle for the second time this week.
Giovanni Trapattoniâ€™s shoddy handling of James McCarthy is worrying as far as the future is concerned, writes Ken Early.