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Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea fans laugh as Wolves ‘bully’ Manchester United with ‘ole’ chant

Liverpool, Arsenal and Chelsea fans laugh as Wolves ‘bully’ Manchester United with ‘ole’ chant

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IRONIC Nuno’s men knocked Solskjaer’s side out of the FA Cup Wolves fans chanted Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s name without even realising it as they sent Manchester United crashing out of the FA Cup on Saturday. The Wanderers beat United 2-1 to progress to the Wembley semi-final and were looking comfortable with the score at 2-0 as just ten minutes remained. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer looked dejected on the sidelines During this period, they began to pass the ball around Solskjaer’s players and didn’t lose possession for an extended time. The home supporters began to chant ‘ole’ after every pass, much to the delight of Man United’s rivals who picked up on the irony. You can read a round-up of the social med...
Arsenal vs Manchester United and the biggest non-local footballing rivalries

Arsenal vs Manchester United and the biggest non-local footballing rivalries

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The Emirates Stadium and Old Trafford may be located almost 200 miles away from each other but Arsenal and Manchester United’s rivalry is one that burns brightly.And the two teams face off in north London on Sunday to resume hostilities once more. Will we see similar scenes to this on Sunday? Live on talkSPORT Saturday, March 9 12:30 Crystal Palace vs Brighton – talkSPORT 15:00 Leicester City vs Fulham – talkSPORT 2 17:30 Manchester City vs Watford – talkSPORT Sunday, March 10 12:00 Liverpool vs Burnley – talkSPORT Wednesday, March 12 20:00 Bayern Munich vs Liverpool – talkSPORT The rivalry between the Gunners and the Red Devils got us thinking though, what other rivalries are there between teams t...
Vinnie Jones story: ‘I shared two packs of cigars and a crate of Stella with Joe Kinnear before scoring Jack Grealish-style goal against Arsenal’

Vinnie Jones story: ‘I shared two packs of cigars and a crate of Stella with Joe Kinnear before scoring Jack Grealish-style goal against Arsenal’

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Vinnie Jones has told talkSPORT he shared ‘two packs of cigars and a crate of Stella’ with Wimbledon boss Joe Kinnear before scoring one of his favourite goals of his career. This year’s search for Goal of the Season may be over after Aston Villa star Jack Grealish scored a stunning Paul Scholes-esque volley against Derby County this weekend. It was a sublime finish from the young Englishman, and it reminded Jones of a certain goal he scored against Arsenal back in the 1996/97 campaign. Watch Jack Grealish’s stunning goal at the bottom of the page Despite Vinnie’s recollection, his strike – which you can watch below – wasn’t nearly as good as the Villa star’s, but the amazing story of what he got up to befo...
Alexis Sanchez can still be a ‘magnificent player’ for Manchester United, insists Arsenal legend Ray Parlour

Alexis Sanchez can still be a ‘magnificent player’ for Manchester United, insists Arsenal legend Ray Parlour

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COMETH THE MAN talkSPORT co-host says the Chilean has a real chance to prove himself against Chelsea in the FA Cup on Monday night Ray Parlour believes Alexis Sanchez can still be a ‘magnificent player’ for Manchester United and has a great chance to show it in Monday night’s FA Cup showdown with Chelsea. The Chilean has been a huge disappointment since arriving at Old Trafford from Arsenal in January 2018, having scored just five goals in a little over 12 months at the club. But, caretaker manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes there’s still a player there, and Arsenal legend Parlour agrees. Alexis Sanchez has not lived up to expectations at Old Trafford Sanchez has been in and out of the team since ...
Football’s biggest local rivalries ranked by passion and ferocity, including Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid and Arsenal vs Tottenham

Football’s biggest local rivalries ranked by passion and ferocity, including Real Madrid vs Atletico Madrid and Arsenal vs Tottenham

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Pure hatred Are things more heated on Merseyside than in north London? talkSPORT.com looks at the biggest local derbies, not forgetting the cities of Manchester, Glasgow and, of course, Buenos Aires If you live in a city, such as Madrid, where there is more than one team, you’ll know what it’s like on derby day. In fact, you’re likely to know what it’s like in the week leading up to derby day. The Milan derby has always been a fiery occasion Friendships are divided as club loyalty take over and here, talkSPORT.com looks at rivalries in football, from London to Liverpool and beyond. focusing solely on local derbies – and assesses them by passion and ferocity. ...