A bit late but we're entering the last legs of the European Leagues. I only follow the English Premier League, anybody who follow the La Liga, Bundesliga, Serie A (*snicker*), J-League feel free to add to the chat. Leicester Hope they win it this season and give the middle finger to the sugar daddy clubs on their buy-to-win policy. Sure, Leicester bought players too but how many people have heard of Riyad Mahrez before the last two years? Vardy knows where the net is and is pretty good at sticking the ball in it, his partnership with Kane for England may augur well for the Euros. Man Utd, Chelsea, Man City Pretty sure unless you're "diehard" supporters of the aforementioned clubs, I'd gather that the general consensus of watching them struggle this season has been pretty entertaining. Arsenal Same ol' every year, by March you could almost predict it like clockwork. Play like world beaters when the pressure is off, bottles it when the chance appears. Provided that they were playing the best team in the world before getting unceremoniously kicked out of the Champions League, you'd imagine they'd give Leicester and cross city rivals Spurs a fight in a pretty chaotic league where everybody is kicking the stuffing out of everybody else. I am of the idea that the owners would be happy with the status quo - CL football every year, making lots of money - but there is quite a bit of pressure from the fans on either of them or Wenger himself. Liverpool My bias would be telling so let's get that out of the way. Herr Klopp is doing an incredible job with the dysfunctional squad inherited from Brendan Rodgers. To be fair there are good players in there, just that BR had no idea how to use them properly, more so when he had to compromise so much from his original footballing philosophy - watch Swansea under Rodgers, that's the real Rodgers team, 'Death by Football'. It'll be Jekyll & Hyde football until he can construct a team in his image, hopefully more of the delightful type that put the likes of Man City and Dortmund to the sword than the imploding one vs Southampton. This week's 2nd Leg vs Dortmund at Anfield is going to be an electrifying match. Aston Villa Haven't replaced Benteke, are struggling without him. Good luck in the Championship next season. You lot can have him back for 20 million. Newcastle Appointing Rafa is like calling for the fire department when half the house is already burnt down. This may prove to be a blessing to the Geordies if it forces Mike Ashley's hand to offload the team to another owner but he's no way hurting for money though. Everton Saving the best for last. I have been following the sentiments of the Toffees via a proxy thread on RAWK and the overall atmosphere at Goodison is of great hope following Iranian billionaire Moshiri's 49% acquisition of the club, speaking of the awakening of the sleeping giant (more of a coma, really). Too much to speak of in here, so lemme know if you wanna ready more - the 100+ pages on the affairs of the greatest Everton squad in decades is good entertainment during the slower weeks.