Manchester City manager, Roberto Mancini might not be delighted yet with his side's performance in this early stage of the season, but the Italian tactician still believe that City will re-claim their Premier League title.
Manchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson is worried with his back line situation as injury problems continue to trouble them.
Speaking ahead of their weekend game against Tottenham Hotspur, Ferguson hopes that his team can get through their next three games unscathed as after the international break, things might get better for United's back line with the return of Chris Smalling.
Being widely known as a controversial player himself, current Marseille midfielder, Joey Barton, consider the recent four match-ban received by John Terry is a farce.
Shouting his opinion via Twitter, Barton who played for Queens Park Rangers' last season believe that FA should be embarrassed with the sentenced their giving as the 30-year-old thinks that Terry should be getting heavier punishment.
Arsenal fans will be feverishly scratching the back of their heads to remember the last time they saw Jack Wilshere in a red shirt after boss Arsene Wenger confirmed he is set for a return next month, as reported on the bet365 site.
Glasgow Celtic manager Neil Lennon spoke to the press ahead of an important clash against Motherwell this Saturday, stating his ambition to get all three points for his team.
The weekend clash will set to be top of the table clash as Motherwell are currently leading the Scottish Premier League with 13 points, two above Celtic, who have a game in hand.
Having yet to start any games in the Premier League, many believes that French international keeper, Hugo Lloris, is feeling rather frustrated at Tottenham Hotspur.
However, this speculation was once again denied by Spurs' manager, Andre Villas-Boas, who said to the press that Lloris is not frustrated by being considered as second choice to Brad Friedel.
On Friday, Tottenham Hotspur midfielder Jermaine Jenas is expected to make a month-long loan move to Nottingham Forest, a team that the player started his career with.
This emergency loan move seems like a temporary solution to get Jenas' fitness back much quicker as the player has been spending most of his time in the treatment table this past few seasons.
Liverpool are yet to pick up any victories in the league this season, but the players performance is the least of manager Brendan Rodgers' concern as the tactician apparently is more worried about the officials.
Only managing to pick up victories against bottom teams so far this season in the league, things will get difficult for Tottenham Hotspur this weekend as they travel to Old Trafford and challenge Manchester United.
The Daily September 27 report brings interesting recap of the latest stuffs happening at Major League Soccer. One of the exciting news came from LA Galaxy who are just one step away from qualifying into the Concacaf Champions League quarter final.