It's been a busy first week for European football, with Mourinho winning the Nobel Prize for Medicine and David De Gea narrowly being spared the wrath of Ferguson's boot after United's most prolific scorer got them the winner.
A tormenting summer of gossips, predictions, wishful thinking, inventiveness and Xavi surrounded Arsenal’s transfer window. Here's a take on how Arsenal has fared in the window so far.
Arsenal have only the Premier League title to claim after a forgettable three weeks, but first they must overcome a tough hurdle at the Hawthorns to resurrect their winning run. TheHardTackle previews the clash of two attacking sides.
It was a battle between two teams who are arguably the most attractive sides in the world. TheHardTackle takes a look at how things turned out at Camp Nou.
What started in a really bright fashion,ended rather dismally - that was Arsenal's season. For most parts of the season, they came close to leading the table, yet finished ten points behind the champions at the end. TheHardTackle's Sounak Mukherjee gives an analysis of the Gunners' individual performances.
The Arsenal season wrapped up in this one piece of writing. The goal-keeping situation has been the biggest talking-point for Arsenal this season, they dropped many points thanks to some costly errors from their keepers. TheHardTackle's Sounak had this crazy dream...
Barcelona went on a rampage at the Emirates, completely dominating in the first sixty minutes of the match, and notching up two goals, courtesy of Zlatan Ibrahimovic. However, a blinding Walcott goal and a Fabregas penalty restored parity for the home side, paving the way for a more mouth-watering encounter at the Camp Nou next week.