Chelsea finally secured this season's English Premier League title after grabbing a slender win over Crystal Palace this past weekend and that victory brought plenty of joy for Blues manager, Jose Mourinho.
Arsenal's title challenge may have just ended last weekend when they failed to defeat current league leader, Chelsea, as both teams played in a goalless draw.
However, considering the situation that have been troubling them since the start of season, Gunners' boss, Arsene Wenger claimed that he is pleased with his team's performance up till now.
Euro 2016 is still far ahead, but that doesn't stop Jose Mourinho for voicing out his confidence with his country's chance to win that upcoming tournament.
Speaking in a recent interview, Mourinho said that he always believes European Selecao have every chance in lifting the trophy next year.
Liverpool are still determine in snatching fourth place seat in English Premier League standings, though they are currently seven points behind direct rival, Manchester United.
The Reds' can cut that gap into only four though this Tuesday, should they win against Hull City.
Just as it was expected by many, Chelsea star, Eden Hazard was officially crowned as English PFA's player of the year award, which reflected on his excellent season with The Blues.
The Belgium international shook off challenges from Harry Kane and David De Gea, who both have also performed admirably this current season.
Top Eleven has very quickly, and somewhat quietly, become a global footballing force since the cross-platform game launched in 2010. Since those nascent days, millions of football fans over the world have signed up to manage their own team in leagues against their mates or compete against others in a quest to become the best manager in the world.
The English Premier League might by having a short break due to international fixtures, but Liverpool fans can still enjoy some footballing feast at Anfield as a charity match was held this past weekend.
Arsenal's chase for top four seat continue this weekend when they battle Crystal Palace on Saturday, February 21 and with just one point behind fourth place Southampton, Arsene Wenger's men are keen on snatching three points against Palace.
Manchester United continue to maintain their position in the top four seat of English Premier League, but their performance keep on receiving criticism by media.
Not agreeing to those negative words about his side's performance, following their 3-1 win over Burnley, Man United boss, Louis Van Gaal slams the media.
Italian international striker, Mario Balotelli, finally ending his goal scoring drought for Liverpool after grabbing an important late winner during his team's 3-2 victory over Tottenham Hotspur on midweek.
Jack Wilshere may not be creating any highlights on the pitch due to his current injury problems, but outside of the playing field, he continue to attract attention, mainly due pictures of him being caught smoking.
A rather surprising news arriving from Premier League as veteran manager, Harry Redknapp suddenly decided to quit his role as Queens Park Rangers' boss.
The former Tottenham Hotspur manager apparently is set to do a knee operation, which would prevents him from doing his job properly at QPR.
Arsenal have just reinforced their back line with the arrival of Gabriel Paulista from Spanish outfit Villarreal, though he is touted as a promising defender, Arsene Wenger seemingly asking for some patience from the fans.
New Arsenal defender, Gabriel Paulista can't seem to hide his joy of joining The Gunners' from Villarreal as he said that it's like a dream come true for him.
Speaking to Arsenal's official channel, Paulista already feel welcome in London, adding that he always watched Gunners' matches regularly.