It's that time of the week again where we look back over the past seven days and check out what articles Tribal readers have fancied the most.
Our top story this week comes from outside of the football world, well sort of.
The Little Mix star (they're a popular girl group in the U.K if you didn't know) Perrie Edwards told the Mirror that the 220 miles distance won't prove to be a problem for the couple.
Well, maybe she might want to re-think that given the Reds form since her boyfriend arrived at Anfield…
Now his new boss, Bruno Genesio, has said he wants more from the 23-year-old.
The French boss said: "I have no disappointment with him, but I wait for more, because he has enormous potential. I'm more demanding, but he still has made two decisive passes and an important goal (this season)."
The Barcelona star is widely considered to be one of the greatest footballers of all time, if not the greatest.
Speaking with SFR Sport, the Belgian has gone to credit Messi's dribbling ability as what separates him for other footballers.
The Belgian International said: "When he dribbles, it always brings a goal, a pass, it creates space. Even if he does not make a lot of technical gestures, it's impressive."
A Tribal feature piece has explained how Tottenham star Dele Alli's latest personnel move could go a long way to shaping his future.
The 21-year-old has parted with Rob Segal and is being courted by super-agents, Mino Raiola and Jorge Mendes.
Either one of those football overlords could help pave the way for Alli to sign with Manchester United; Raiola through his previous deals for Pogba, Mkhitayran and Lukaku and Mendes with his connection to Jose Mourinho, who he has represented for many years.
The Blues had two days extra to prepare, having played their Champions League match on Tuesday and Arsenal competing in the Europa League on Thursday.
The match ended 0-0, proving the midweek matches had nothing to do with the result.
Top 5 Tribalfootball stories September 14 - 20
1. Celeb girlfriend leaves Oxlade-Chamberlain in Liverpool
2. Depay under pressure as Lyon coach Genesio demands more
3. Chelsea ace Hazard: This is why Messi best in the world...
4. Dele Alli & his agents battle: Why it's falling in place for Mourinho's Man Utd
Our top five stories searched through Google this week include Hazard praising Barcelona star Lionel Messi, Real Madrid's pursuit of Alexis Sanchez and Fernando Torres embracing his new role at Atletico Madrid.
Our top five stories searched through the world's most popular social media site, Facebook, include former Man Utd stars Owen Hargreaves and Roy Keane criticising Liverpool, Philippe Coutinho talking about his failed Barcelona move and Ryan Giggs handing Everton star Wayne Rooney some advice.