Quique Sanchez Flores called it "weird" while Soccer Saturday's Phil Thompson blasted it as "shambolic" as VAR malfunction caused confusion at Tottenham.
Pep Guardiola called Manchester City's defeat at Wolves a "bad day" but believes his side can still catch Liverpool despite slipping eight points behind.
Nine short words from Gary Neville to strike both fear and delight into the hearts of Liverpool fans: "I don't think they can lose it from here".
Jurgen Klopp said he could not enjoy Liverpool's late win over Leicester after Hamza Choudhury's foul forced Mohamed Salah to hobble off.
Mauricio Pochettino took the blame for Hugo Lloris' clanger against Southampton and praised the return of Tottenham's spirit after their gritty win.
Jurgen Klopp attributed Liverpool's 15th straight Premier League win to the "proper shift" his players put in at the notoriously tough hunting ground of Chelsea.
A Liverpool win at Chelsea would be an early blow to Man City, says Jamie Carragher, as he and Gary Neville preview Super Sunday.
Frank Lampard admits Jose Mourinho has influenced his managerial style more than anyone else.
Crystal Palace boss Roy Hodgson is confident the Eagles will soon see the best of Wilfried Zaha once again.
Unai Emery has urged Arsenal to improve defensively and has called on the whole team to help out.
David de Gea insists he is happy with his form of last season and says contract talks did not impact his performances.
Pep Guardiola insists his Manchester City side had no false sense of invincibility after a first league defeat in eight months - but has "no doubt" they will respond.
Dean Smith has fiercely defended Jack Grealish and criticised the officials after his captain was booked for simulation in the build-up to a late Aston Villa equaliser.
Frank Lampard defended his decision to bring on 18-year-old Billy Gilmour as Chelsea failed to see the game out against Sheffield United.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer admits Man Utd need to be more clinical in attack after they were held to a 1-1 draw by 10-man Southampton at St Mary's Stadium.
Burnley boss Sean Dyche has demanded an immediate crackdown on diving in the wake of their 2-1 defeat at Arsenal.
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