Arsenal tipped to finish above Man Utd in Premier League because of Solskjaer problem

Kevin Campbell thinks his former side Arsenal will have a move successful season than Manchester United because Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has a problem with a “disjointed” squad. Arsenal recruited well this summer with the additions of Gabriel Magalhaes, Willian and Thomas Partey the key acquisitions. More importantly, the Gunners were

Real Madrid backed to sign Neymar and Kylian Mbappe as Barcelona mocked over transfer plot

Real Madrid have been backed to sign Paris Saint-Germain duo Neymar and Kylian Mbappe next summer by the club’s former midfielder Guti – who also had a cheap dig at Barcelona’s recent recruitment. Real did not sign any players this summer and the strain on Zinedine Zidane’s squad is showing.

Boris Becker accused of failing to hand over Grand Slam trophies to settle debts

Former Grand Slam tennis champion Boris Becker has been accused of failing to hand over trophies – including the 1985 Wimbledon men’s singles title which catapulted the then-unknown 17-year-old to sporting stardom – so they could be sold to settle his debts. The 52-year-old German national, who was declared bankrupt

Sean Dyche warns Tottenham of Burnley's 'awkward style'

Sean Dyche has vowed to play “a style that is awkward” for Tottenham as Jose Mourinho’s men travel to Burnley live on Monday Night Football. Spurs blew a 3-0 lead with less than 10 minutes of normal time remaining in their last Premier League match as West Ham scored three

Fabinho’s performance proved Liverpool can manage without Virgil van Dijk, says Georginio Wijnaldum

“We haven’t conceded any goals when he has played at centre-back, so that’s a good sign. It is great he can play in different positions and he is doing a good thing for the team.” Van Dijk, set for several months out with a knee ligament injury which requires surgery,

Everton boss Carlo Ancelotti claims Jordan Pickford criticism over Virgil van Dijk challenge is ‘not fair’

Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti insists suggestions goalkeeper Jordan Pickford’s reckless tackle on Virgil van Dijk was pre-meditated are “not fair”. The England number one has come in for criticism from all sides, with Liverpool midfielder Georginio Wijnaldum continuing the attack earlier this week by suggesting the goalkeeper was “stupid” and

Project Big Picture plans ‘laced with bribes’ to EFL, claims MP Ian Mearns

Project Big Picture proposals were “laced with bribes” to EFL clubs, according to an MP who has called for a parliamentary debate about the future of football. The proposals for a dramatic reshaping of English football became public knowledge on 11 October but within three days had been formally rejected

How Liverpool, Man Utd and rivals’ performance has been affected without fans

As well as know, fans have been missing from Premier League games since the restart due to the coronavirus pandemic. It almost seems normal now to see empty stadiums while the country’s best teams battle it out. But the lack of atmosphere inside grounds is actually have a direct affect

Whittington relies on Rouge Vif for Cheltenham double

Rouge Vif will bid to provide Harry Whittington with back-to-back victories in the Bentley Flying Spur Handicap Chase at Cheltenham. The Wantage trainer saddled stable star Saint Calvados to land the feature event on day one of the season at Prestbury Park 12 months ago, and Rouge Vif lines up