Seb Stafford-Bloor is a football writer at Tifo Football and member of the Football Writers' Association. He was formerly a regularly columnist for the FourFourTwo website, covering all aspects of the game, including tactical analysis, reaction pieces, longer-term trends and critiquing the increasingly shady business of football's financial side and authorities' decision-making.
Paolo Di Canio Bergkamp vs Newcastle and Di Canio vs Wimbledon go to one side as we select the strikes that should be better remembered
LEGEND The former Manchester United forward was one of the Premier League's first true superstars – and he managed to cultivate an enduring legacy
Seb Stafford-Bloor looks at Tottenham's odd couple of Jose Mourinho and Daniel Levy - are Spurs destined for glory or chaos?
Andrea Agnelli's comments on status quo of football are a worrying glimpse at a future where football has lost its origins and its history
Comment Crystal Palace's signing of 19-year-old Nathan Ferguson indicates they could be starting to look at players who will improve – and have that crucial resale value
SPURS TRANSFERS Ryan Sessegnon has been linked with loan move back to Fulham after a difficult season at Tottenham. But a temporary transfer won't help his development
Comment This week, Arsenal announced 55 redundancies at the club. But while they look to splash out in the transfer market, the news leaves a sour taste
Managers Eddie Howe may never be able to replace what he had at Bournemouth, but that should be what he aims for – and why he shouldn't take whatever job comes up next
PREMIER LEAGUE The financial hit of coronavirus and the relaxing of Financial Fair Play is good news for the Premier League's big sides. The next 10 weeks could shape the next decade of football
Transfer interest in Jack Grealish is high after an impressive debut Premier League season, with Manchester United regularly tipped as favourites. But is now the right time to leave?
David Silva's lack of statistical supremacy is a stick often used to beat him with, but the outgoing Manchester City midfielder's legacy shows influence can't always be counted simply
CHAMPIONS Last summer, Jurgen Klopp wisely decided Liverpool did not need new signings. But the Premier League winners will need to refresh this side eventually
The rule allowing more substitutes during matches has been extended to cover all of the 2020/21 season. Will this be a permanent change in football – and what will it mean?
COMMENT Sheffield United's Chris Wilder has made his own way up through the Football League pyramid, and his first season in the Premier League has been a huge success
COMMENT This year isn't a cut and dry contest - but Seb Stafford-Bloor argues that Liverpool's Virgil van Dijk should be crowned FWA Footballer of the Year
COMMENT Inconsistencies between games – such as Arsenal's Eddie Nketiah and Burnley's James Tarkowski this week – are frustrating fans. How can the Premier League rebuild trust in VAR?
ANALYSIS West Ham's plan seems to rest on a hope they just need one summer when all their big-money transfer gambles work out. That's not a recipe for success
COMMENT The bottom of the Premier League table can be a hopeless place – so how do managers keep the faith?
Bottomless pits of cash are a thing of the past as lockdown-hit Premier League clubs look for innovative plan Bs in the transfer window
The temporary coronavirus measure has already had a huge impact on Premier League and FA Cup matches - how might it work in the long term?
A new David Luiz contract, Mikel Arteta in the dugout and poor results on the pitch: what is it that Arsenal are aiming for?
Sixth-tier Weymouth are seeking a second straight promotion in a world of cash concerns, COVID fears and no sense of when next season will be
Manchester United's 22-year-old right-back Wan-Bissaka is coming on leaps and bounds - at both ends of the pitch
Without fans, players' concentration levels seem to have suffered, creating a spectacle of errors