Jamie Jackson was online to answer your questions about the first round of Premier League fixtures
Elsewhere on the football site, we have debates about post-match interviews with referees and what can be done by the Premier League to help the England team.
Goalline technology seemed to almost come under the radar on opening weekend, despite previous controversy. From the bits I seen it seemed very straightforward and long overdue. How do you think it will fare this season? And will be extended to other decisions such as offsides? Negredo was at least four yards onside last night.
What do yo think of Adnan Januzaj? I see a few youngsters cutting their teeth his season. Players like Ross Barkley and Zaha
Where do Milner and Barry fit into City's side? I thought the only criticism of Fernandinho and Yaya yesterday was that when Newcastle switched the ball neither came across to cover quick enough and close the ball down the way Milner and Barry would do.
What are your expectations for Southampton this season? They've made some excellent signings in Lovren, Wanyama and Osvaldo.
Do you think Di Canio will last the season or will there be a north east 'double' by christmas, with him and Pardew being sacked?
Where do you expect Jovetic to fit into the City side? They have Aguero, Negrado and Dzeko, who looked great last night. I also think Nasri may struggle for regular football.
How far away do you think Wilfried Zaha is from sustained first XI involvement at United? Talent-wise seems ready, obviously no Premier League/European experience but Moyes made complimentary noises and teammates seem very impressed. Starting place by Christmas?
Jamie, United seem to be putting in some noticeably low ball bids for players. Do you have any thoughts on why this is?
I know there is a tendency now to benchmark against whatever Madrid are willing to pay for Bale, but that is daft money and cannot be seen as a marker for wider representative market value.
Even so, for United to put in a £25m bid for Fabregas was ridiculous. This is a player at his home club, which he adores and which he made efforts to go to, and who a little over two years ago was the best midfielder in England. Any bid under £35-40m is pointless.
And then you have the bid for Fellaini and Baines. I don't even know why they are bidding for Baines. To submit a bid that values for him at £12m, when they have already had a £12m bid declined, seems perverse. Martinez said it was a waste of time and he is right.
What are they doing? Are they short of money and just hoping that they can get someone on the cheap? Is this Edward Woodward, with his his lack of experience in the transfer market, simply not knowing the market?
Just heard Man Utd are going for Ronaldo once the Bale transfer goes through. This makes sense. And is incredibly depressing. United will walk the league if this happens, while Spurs will probably come thirrd or fourth.
Who do you fancy in the dark horse department? I think Southampton have bought really well, operate a high press and can see them displacing West Brom as the neutrals favourite to watch.
What are your top five this season?
Chelsea subs bench v Hull: Schwarzer, Essien, Van Ginkel, Schurrle, Mata, Ba, Lukaku.
Man City subs bench v Newcastle: Rodwell, Milner, Nasri, Negredo, Garcia, Kolarov, Pantilimon (Jovetic not even included in the squad)
Scary talent on both benches, and I find it hard to look past Chelsea and Man City in terms of a title race. Man United don't have much depth, Arsenal can barely field a first XI, while Spurs have quietly built up a decent squad that could shake things up. As an Arsenal fan, I am fearful.
Will we get a genuine multi-way fight for the title this year or will someone fall by the wayside?
Both Kevin Strootman and Paulinho have moved for around £17m this summer. Both players seem to have the defensive attributes that Man Utd need alongside Carrick. Why do you think that Moyes wants Felliani for considerably more than that? Also, do you think Kagawa will get a chance in his favoured position this season?
Felliani would probably be the revelation of the season if he goes to United. Ask defenders, no one likes playing against him as he can be a handful
Matthew Dominé asks:
Do you think Kolo Toure could be one of the most underrated signings of the summer? He seems a beast and the leader we have been missing so much.
With Coutinho, Sturridge and Suarez, do Liverpool finally have a decent attacking line?
Do you think Chelsea have any chance of winning the league without buying a striker? Torres and Ba are not good enough, while Lukaku is still young and may not be able to cope with the pressure. Which striker do you think they should go for?
Even as an Arsenal fan I can say that Spurs have made excellent signings, and possibly with Willian and Lamela in addition. How come Arsenal have waited until the start of the Premier League to get more active? Especially when what everyone knows stability is a key, players should have been signed before the pre-season tour...
Hi, Swansea fan here, how much do you read into our 4-1 pummelling by United? Are Swansea not as good as many believe, and will struggle to improve upon last year? Or are Man United just too good?
Do you reckon proven mover and shaker Joe Kinnear will take over from Alan Pardew at some point this season? And if so, can we expect Andrés Iniesta, Mesut Ozil and Ibrahimovic at St James Park strutting their stuff?
Do you think this could be a big season for Danny Welbeck or do you subscribe to the popular opinion that he's just another Emile Heskey?
It seems United are going to sign Fellaini, a relatively easier target compared to the others we've been linked. Moyes had spoken about signing two midfielders. Who will be the other one? Which other prospective midfielder we are contemplating a bid for? This transfer fiasco will be long forgotten once whichever signings we get start doing well.
The Premier League made a welcome return this weekend and Jamie Jackson will be here soon to talk about the fixtures. The top of the table looks oddly familiar, with Manchester City, Manchester United and Chelsea all in the top four. But what about Aston Villa. Could they contend for Europe this season? And what about Arsenal's collapse and Newcastle's drubbing at the Etihad – are Alan Pardew's team in trouble?
Jamie will be along at 1.30pm to debate all the stories of the weekend.