As club football takes a break during global week, it's time to take stock.
Though we have been unbeaten in the Premier League since the 0-4 loss to Chelsea at Stamford Bridge we have made the sixth position our new abode until a reshuffle that now handled the position to the new occupant Arsenal occurred.
"The likes of Mkhitaryan, Zlatan, Pogba, big names in our team, it always good to look up to them and see what they have achieved and obviously we gain that experience off them and learn off them, especially the young players".
The Metropolitan Police has closed an investigation into allegations of homophobic chanting at Chelsea's FA Cup win over Manchester United earlier this month.
United have failed to score on their two previous Premier League visits to Turf Moor, so with Sean Dyche's team impressing at home all season and Mourinho's men playing just three days after the Europa League clash against Anderlecht, there is a real danger of the wheels falling off for United at Burnley. "I am ready for any time Pep needs me".
"As you are all aware, the new Premier League TV rights deal will become effective from seasons 2016/17, meaning that one season in the Premier League would give £95 million in TV revenue for the club finishing bottom of the table".
City will also face Arsenal in the FA Cup semi-final at Wembley on April 23.
"It's not going to be easy to get into the top four".
The England worldwide also added that, despite relegation, "I class that Premier League season as a successful one... because there was a bigger picture in place" - like, Heaton, says, 'the new training ground coming through... it's vitally important'.
And while five out of the seven clubs beneath them in the table have changed managers so far this season, the Clarets have kept faith with Dyche and are reaping the rewards of a healthy position, both in the league and financially.