In his latest Sky Sports column, Niall Quinn discusses what it takes to be a successful manager in the modern era.
Anthony Martial must perform more often if he is to cement a place in Jose Mourinho's Manchester United side, says Niall Quinn.
Claudio Ranieri has earned the right to see out Leicester's battle for survival, says Niall Quinn, but his players must now step up...
Has the time come for Arsenal to end their 20-year association with Arsene Wenger? Neville, Carragher and Quinn discuss.
In his latest column, Niall Quinn explores whether the age of 'false nines' is ending and if 'big' strikers are back fashion.
In his latest column, Niall Quinn advises Pep Guardiola to get used to doing things the hard way at Manchester City.
Mike Dean sent off West Ham's Sofiane Feghouli for a challenge on Phil Jones - but his decision was blasted as "rank bad refereeing".
What was your favourite Premier League match of 2016? We asked our Sky Sports pundits to pick theirs...
In his latest column, Niall Quinn pays tribute to journalist Bob Cass, discusses the 'old-school' football writer and his own path into media
The real drama of a Premier League season comes in the scrap to survive, according to Niall Quinn.
Niall Quinn pays tribute to Swansea manager Bob Bradley and says he is an interesting addition to the Premier League.
Niall Quinn grades every Premier League team on their weekend displays and praises Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool - but not Spurs.
Niall Quinn pays tribute to football in the north east and sees reason for cheer for Middlesbrough.
Niall Quinn says the FA has appointed “too many twinkly-eyed, rogueish” managers and thinks the time is right for Gareth Southgate.
Niall Quinn says Republic of Ireland are starting to believe World Cup qualification is possible after their victory over Austria.
Paul Pogba, Moussa Sissoko....Victor Anichebe. Niall Quinn gives his verdict on the hits and misses from the summer signings.
Sunderland's first Premier League victory of the season will give the club new vigour and energy, says Niall Quinn.
Sky Sports pundit Niall Quinn hailed Manchester City's 3-1 victory over Barcelona as one of the best in their history.
Niall Quinn holds his hands up and admits he might have been guilty of writing Arsenal off too early this season.
Sunderland need a change of style in order to stay in the Premier League, according to Sky Sports pundit Niall Quinn.