Johnny Phillips travels to Burton Albion to find out the secret to their success...
As Everton enter a new era, Johnny Phillips rewinds the clock with author Simon Hart to the club's 1980s glory days...
With Wolves the latest club to receive investment from China, Johnny Phillips examines the trend and what it means for the game.
Gylfi Sigurdsson believes Swansea lost part of their 'exciting, attacking' identity during their dip in Premier League form.
Johnny Phillips speaks to former Watford manager Graham Taylor about the Hornets' famous FA Cup run in 1984.
Peter Shilton sees parallels between Leicester City's impressive season and his famous Nottingham Forest side of 1977/78.
Stoke's Ireland forward Jon Walters will be remembered as one of the club's all-time greats when he leaves the Britannia, says Johnny Phillips.
Johnny Phillips talks to Tottenham's Harry Kane about goal droughts, his side's aims for the season and more.
Johnny Phillips talks to former Northern Ireland international Robbie Dennison about the team's tournament wilderness years.
Liverpool new boy Joe Gomez has settled quickly on Merseyside and hopes to continue his impressive form against Man Utd on Saturday.
Jonjo Shelvey reveals how his own personal chef can help him enjoy a special season for Swansea...
From play-off drama to wholesale squad changes, Johnny Phillips previews an exciting season ahead for Watford.
Soccer Saturday's Johnny Phillips says Liverpool need a new hero next season in Steven Gerrard's absence.
Johnny Phillips talks to The Football Pink about Italia '90, and why the tournament brings back such strong memories.
Johnny Phillips speaks to Steven Beck about playing with Wayne Rooney as a youngster.
Johnny Phillips speaks to Matt Elliott, the hero of Leicester City's League Cup triumph 15 years ago.
Johnny Phillips blogs from Belgium, where young footballers are marking 100 years since the Christmas Truce .
Victor Wanyama is relishing the chance to test himself against Yaya Toure, he tells Johnny Phillips.
Johnny Phillips urges you to read a gripping book by an ex-Ireland star but it's not Roy Keane's...
Ahead of the Manchester derby, Johnny Phillips contrasts Sunday's clash with City's 5-1 win in 1989.