Tag Archives: Danielle de Rossi

Toon winger to stay put

17 May

Andros Townsend’s father says the winger is looking forward to many more seasons at Newcastle amid growing transfer speculation. The 24-year-old, who was named in England’s preliminary squad for Euro 2016 on Monday, has enjoyed a productive spell at St James’ Park since he made the move from Tottenham in January. Despite Townsend’s good form, […]

Real Madrid’s Germany hoodoo returns

8 Apr

Real Madrid have left a trail of destruction on their march to European glory down the decades, but there is a large tract of land that remains mostly unconquered: Germany. In their first 25 UEFA club competition trips to Germany between 1966 and 2014, they lost 18 times and won just once – against Bayer Leverkusen […]

Footy insider: Jose Mourinho is 100 per cent NOT taking this job

31 Mar

He wrote on Twitter: “100 per cent Mourinho will not manage Valencia next. “Every single person in football I ask about Mourinho (dozens of coaches, directors) is convinced he will manage United next.”

Jose Mourinho reveals he will be back in management in the summer – but doesn't say where

16 Mar


Jose Mourinho has revealed that he will return to management in mid-July and also praised Lionel Messi in an interview to be screened on BT Sport on Wednesday night. The Portuguese has been out of a job since he was sacked by Chelsea in December, just six months after leading the club to their first […]

Football stats: eight fascinating facts from the weekend’s games, including Costa, PSG and Harry Kane trivia

14 Mar

As usual the weekend has thrown up some interesting stats for fans to digest. One in particular caught talkSPORT’s eye and that concerned Chelsea and Diego Costa.  VIDEO: FIVE AMAZING DIEGO COSTA STORIES The striker’s fiery nature on the pitch stands him out as a player opposition fans love to hate. So we were surprised […]

Britain could spark EU WAR: Juncker says UK could BREAK Brussels peace

5 Mar

Dr Liam Fox, the former defence secretary, added: “The military cemeteries of Europe are testament to the failure of the continent to control extremism in the twentieth century.  “Had Britain not been a free and independent nation, we would have been unable to intervene to protect Europe from the result of its own folly. “Before […]

Bristol City 0-2 Cardiff City

5 Mar

Lex Immers celebrates his opener for Cardiff at Bristol City Lex Immers and Stuart O’Keefe struck as Cardiff City won at Bristol City in the Severnside derby to move one place off the Championship play-off places. Immers’ close-range finish from Joe Ralls’ low cross gave the visitors the lead at half-time. The hosts put immense […]