Articles by Jason Cundy
United's bizarre approach to player contracts is likely to cost them dearly once again.
Mourinho would have used Gerrard perfectly - but you can't blame player for staying with his boyhood club.
Arsenal were just as cagey as Chelsea, but don't let the facts spoil a good story.
Chelsea don't play pretty football and lose. They find a way to win, and Mourinho did it again on Saturday.
Chelsea and United are the giants of modern English football and we can expect another fascinating game at Stamford Bridge.
Brendan Rodgers has huge potential, but Fenway could take ruthless approach after United and Arsenal disasters.
Last week I had the privilege of interviewing John Terry, and gained fascinating insight about United, Mourinho - and a feud with Benitez.
Mourinho out-foxed Liverpool 10 months ago, and Rodgers has yet to recover from the blow.
Wenger has built great foundations at Arsenal but club need to find someone who can capitalise on them.
Chelsea looked shaky at the back last night, but they also looked in desperate need of a back-up to Diego Costa.
John Terry is the best centre-half in the country and it would be crazy to let him leave.
United are a shambles and must rue their refusal to hire Jose Mourinho.
How could these morons dare to spout their bile in Paris so soon after the city was torn apart by terrorists?
United need to get rid of misfiring Radamel Falcao and Kane would be the perfect long-term replacement.
Chelsea still in good shape but problems run deep for Louis van Gaal.
United and Liverpool made their mistakes in the summer and you can't fix those sorts of errors in January.
Chelsea fans mustn't do what Manchester United fans did when Cristiano Ronaldo returned to Old Trafford.
Brendan Rodgers will be happy with Chelsea display but Liverpool still showed their Achilles heels.
Manchester United are playing 3-5-2 because they have no top-class centre-backs - and whose fault is that?
Messi would unbalance Chelsea team, but Liverpool and United need to spend.