Image copyright Ed Wood Image caption Mr Wood is raising money for Prostate Cancer UK and is hoping to finish his challenge early next year to regain his title A football fan is taking four months off work in a bid to regain a record for attending a match at every English league ground in
talkSPORT’s transfer guru, Warren Haughton, joins Hawksbee and Jacobs to round up all the very latest rumours and gossip from the summer window. Warren brings us the latest on Arsenal’s search for a defender – with doubts now appearing over Valencia’s Shkodran Mustafi move to the Emirates. Staying with the Gunners, we also hear the latest on Lyon
<!– Gray joined Burnley for a then club-record fee in August 2015 Warning: this article contains offensive language Burnley striker Andre Gray has apologised and asked “for forgiveness” after homophobic tweets he sent in 2012 were shared on social media. One tweet from the 25-year-old Premier League player’s account appeared to condone killing gay people.
The last four games between Wolves and Mick McCarthy’s Ipswich have ended in draws Ipswich Town boss Mick McCarthy was “fuming” after Daryl Murphy had a goal disallowed in the 0-0 draw at Wolves. Murphy’s first-half header was ruled out for offside on Tuesday. “I’m delighted (with the performance) and fuming at the same time
The most important figure in a football team is its captain. The skipper acts as a leader on the field, helping to keep his side on track with the manager’s tactics, while also inspiring his team-mates to perform at the highest level. Over the last 24 years, the Premier League has seen some truly phenomenal
Josep Guardiola says he is happy for Sergio Agüero to continue with penalty-taking duties after the Argentina striker made amends for two spot-kick failures with a hat-trick as Manchester City beat Steaua 5-0 on Tuesday. “Yes, he missed two penalties, but after the first he wanted to take the second and I like a player
Bayern Munich chairman Karl-Heinz Rummenigge feels Bastian Schweinsteiger will stay at Manchester United and “surprise” Jose Mourinho. Reports on Friday suggested that the former Bayern ace was surplus to requirements at Old Trafford and would be free to leave this summer.
The news came on the same day that the 31-year-old ended his international career
“Anthony has settled in quickly. Obviously he wasn’t going to be able to maintain the start he had for the whole season but he has settled down, is coming up with some big goals for us and you can see the enjoyment in his game and a great goal has put us in the final.
“I believe in my team mates, manager, everyone and we are a good team. We will stay in the Premier League”
“We were all happy and now we have nine games left which he will bring his experience to and we can be in the Premier League next season
Vincent Kompany has already had two spells out with calf injuries this season Manchester City will be without captain Vincent Kompany for at least a month after the defender injured a calf against Dynamo Kiev. The Belgium international, 29, has started just 13 games in the Premier League all season and has had 14 calf