The Southampton Way is now very much a blueprint for other such clubs to follow, says Niall Quinn.
Niall Quinn thinks Arsenal have an opportunity to cement their place among the title challengers in the coming weeks.
Niall Quinn questions Jose Mourinho's criticism of his players and how it contrasts with Pep Guardiola's defence of Claudio Bravo.
Should Thibaut Courtois have seen red? Should Leroy Fer's goal have stood? Niall Quinn has his say on Swansea v Chelsea...
Sky Sports pundit Niall Quinn analyses the problems facing the England national team and reminisces about Georgi Kinkladze.
Sky Sports' Niall Quinn reveals emotion at seeing Tipperary lift the All-Ireland title at the weekend.
Sky Sports pundit Niall Quinn recalls his experiences of Transfer Deadline Day as Sunderland chairman.
Niall Quinn pays tribute to Robbie Keane ahead of his final Republic of Ireland appearance on Wednesday.
Jamie Redknapp believes Manchester City are a 'work in progress' after they survived a scare to beat West Ham 3-1.
West Ham's London Stadium will soon be a "flesh and blood" home with Slaven Bilic on the touchline, says Niall Quinn.
After Arsenal's opening-day defeat, Niall Quinn calls on Arsene Wenger to change his failing transfer policy or face more frustration.
From John Egan's promising Brentford debut to the passing of Ireland great Liam Touhy, Niall Quinn reflects on an emotional week.
In his first column for Sky Sports, Niall Quinn reflects on how the Community Shield has changed over the years...
Who will win Euro 2016? The Sky Sports pundits predict who will triumph in France.
Niall Quinn thinks Jose Mourinho will bring "rock and roll" entertainment to Manchester United.
Marcus Rashford is already looking like 'the complete Manchester United centre forward', according to Sky Sports pundit Niall Quinn.
Niall Quinn says winning the FA Cup is Louis van Gaal's only hope of keeping his job - but probably won't be enough.
Niall Quinn and Jamie Carragher have backed Sunderland to establish themselves as a top-10 club under Sam Allardyce.
Niall Quinn fears Leicester could trip up in the title race, and doesn't believe their favourable run-in matters at this stage.
Niall Quinn thinks Manchester City have "come of age" after topping their Champions League group for the first time.