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Ayoze Perez: I’d choose Newcastle over Barcelona any day

27 Aug

Perez went home to Tenerife comforted by the fact compatriot and Toon boss Rafa Benitez, who won promotion to La Liga with the island’s football club early in his managerial career, had also committed himself to Newcastle. Even if he had wanted to escape the trials and tribulations of relegation, he couldn’t. The Toon Army, […]

Insider Trading: Arsenal’s Shkodran Mustafi deal OFF? The mega goalkeeping merry-go-round to be triggered by Manchester City and MORE

22 Aug

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 […]

Swansea ‘moving on’ from Williams exit

14 Aug

Media playback is not supported on this device Francesco Guidolin pleased with ‘important’ win Midfielder Jack Cork says the Swansea City players are still adjusting to the departure of captain Ashley Williams. The Wales skipper left after eight seasons with the club to join Everton for a fee approaching £12 million. Francesco Guidolin’s side kept […]

Exclusive: Man United boss Mourinho will flog £20m Mata again to make space for Pogba

10 Jul

It was Mourinho who sold the Spanish international to United for a then record £37.1m because he wanted him to play wider and didn’t work hard enough defensively.  Mata, 28, has scored 26 times in 104 appearances for United but the writing looked to be on the wall for the end of his stay as […]

WATCH: Tottenham’s Christian Eriksen hits hat-trick for Denmark, as Middlesbrough signing Viktor Fischer grabs FOUR assists

8 Jun

Denmark are unfortunately not playing at the European Championship this summer, but they are taking part in a cup competition of their own instead. The Kirin Cup, held in Japan, saw four teams taking each other on to win the tournament founded in 1978. Bosnia and Herzegovina, won the competition, beating hosts Japan 2-1 in the […]

Euro 2016: Honesty remains the best policy for Roy Hodgson and England

6 Jun

Roy Hodgson has claimed England must pursue glory at Euro 2016 with an honest approach to the game after insisting he will not encourage his players to be ‘cynical’ in order to take a short-cut to success. Hodgson’s 23-man squad will travel to Paris from Luton Airport on Monday morning before beginning preparations at England’s Chantilly training […]

Chance for younger players

13 May

Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce is set to play youngsters in the clash at Watford after his side secured their Premier League safety. Having enjoyed some well-earned celebrations, several regular starters can expect to stand down at Vicarage Road, with chances on offer for those who have sat out recently. Allardyce has also promised to cast […]

Kevin Phillips exclusive: I would NOT start Wayne Rooney in England’s first game of Euro 2016!

12 May

Former England striker Kevin Phillips has told talkSPORT he would start Harry Kane and Jamie Vardy in the Three Lions’ first game of this summer’s European Championship, rather than Manchester United star Wayne Rooney. The strikers have excelled for Tottenham and Leicester this term, hitting 25 and 24 Premier League goals respectively as they reside in the top two […]

Sunderland set to end Eboue’s contract

31 Mar

Emmanuel Eboue has made 79 appearances for the Ivory Coast Sunderland are set to terminate the contract of defender Emmanuel Eboue after he was suspended by Fifa from all football-related activity for one year. The 32-year-old, who joined the Black Cats until the end of the season on 9 March, was given the ban after […]

Football clubs ‘failing disabled fans’

8 Mar

Image caption BBC reporter and wheelchair user Joshua Gardner found even Huddersfield Town FC, considered to be a good ground for wheelchair users, had a steep slope and uncovered seating Many football league clubs in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire “provide insufficiently” for wheelchair users, the BBC has found. Non-compulsory guidelines on how clubs should cater for […]