Anyone who's seen footage of Royston Drenthe since he signed for Everton may be surprised to hear what he actually has to say about his deadline day transfer. Everton's new Dutch master has something to prove.
While the rest of the footballing world was distracted by the international break, the Insider Eye remained focused on the Premier League. Share its vision. This week, QPR, Arsenal and Manchester City, plus the injury latest.
It's time to forget about the international shenanigans and concentrate on what really matters, your Fantasy League team. And what better way to do that, than to listen to a podcast that previews the next four weekends where Darth Vader offers sage advice about who you should select?
After England failed to impress in their laboured victory over Wales on Tuesday night, it's time to take a look back over the week's action for the International Scouting Report.
The clock is counting down to the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand and you can get involved in the action by playing our free game: ESPNscrum Fantasy Rugby - 2011 World Rugby.
Fantasy League use the international break to bring you the first Fantasy League England team of the 2011/12 season. This is how the England team would line up against Bulgaria and Wales if Fabio Capello picked his team purely based on Fantasy League points.
Now that the clouds and crowds have dispersed following the chaos of transfer deadline day, we review how every Premier League club got on in annual the scrap for new players.
And so after a long summer of rumour, conjecture and speculation Transfer Deadline Day is finally here. We'll be keeping you up to date with the deals as they happen so you can stay ahead of your rivals in the race for the top talent.
Find out who topped the Professional and Classic weekly standings for game week 3, and the 11 players who make it into the Team of the Week.
Each week the Goals Guide will take a look back at the weekend's action, review all the goals and explain any dubious assists. This weekend was a terrible one for north London, as Manchester ran riot.
Wing wonder Ashley Young racked up an incredible 12 points in Manchester United's 8-2 destruction of Arsenal. Bosnian striker Edin Dzeko was the star turn as Manchester City put five past Tottenham, plundering four goals, worth 12 points.
Chelsea, Manchester City and Tottenham have all secured big-name players this week, but none are expected to start. Read about all the other main team news headlines here...