Jurgen Klopp’s jovial and charismatic nature has made him one of the most popular figures in the Premier League. While many bosses in England’s top flight sport a suit on the touchline during games, Klopp prefers to wear a tracksuit instead. getty The days of Jurgen Klopp wearing a suit on the touchline are long gone – according to the man himself The Liverpool boss explained the thinking behind his casual matchday attire in an exclusive interview with Reshmin Chowdhury ahead of his side’s clash with Newcastle on Saturday, which is live on talkSPORT. “I have a suit for weddings, funerals and if somebody tells me I have to wear a suit. For me it’s not ideal,” he said. Getty Klopp always wears a tracksuit on the touc
The head of the car group that owns Vauxhall has compared a no-deal Brexit to a head-on train crash.PSA chief Carlos Tavares also said if a no-deal Brexit had serious consequences for the car group, there would be an ethical responsibility to protect employees outside the UK.He said the firm would take "necessary decisions" regarding PSA's UK plants.PSA also said it had halted investment at its UK factories while the outcome of Brexit remains unclear.Mr Tavares, who was speaking at the Frankfurt motor show on Tuesday, has warned previously that Vauxhall plants at Ellesmere Port and Luton were under threat from Brexit.'Jobs at stake'Mr Tavares castigated politicians on both sides for failing to find a solution to Brexit. Sending t...
Jose Mourinho heaped huge praise on Manchester United new boy Harry Maguire following the Red Devils’ rampant victory over Chelsea.Maguire was making his United debut after completing his £80million switch from Leicester earlier this month. Getty Images - Getty Maguire helped United keep a clean sheet against Chelsea And it was one to remember for the centre-back as he helped his new club beat Frank Lampard’s Blues 4-0. Marcus Rashford’s brace and goals from Anthony Martial and Daniel James secured the victory. There were a number of good performances in the United team including from two-goal hero Rashford. However, former United and Chelsea boss Mourinho, who was working as a pundit for Sky Sports, identified Maguire as the game’s standout player.
By James Sillars, business reporter Shares in British Gas parent Centrica are trading at levels not seen since 1998 after it reported a slew of negative news and said its chief executive was to go.Iain Conn, the company said, would "step down" next year following an "exceptionally challenging" period. The announcement was made alongside financial results which showed Centrica had swung to a £446m loss in the first six months of the year compared with profits of £704m in the same period last year.It blamed a string of problems including the impact of the price cap on default energy tariffs, warm weather and a further bleeding of 178,000 customers from its British Gas arm.Centrica said Mr Conn had "agreed with the board" to remain in post "to drive the r
Newcastle boss Steve Bruce has told talkSPORT that he believes he can bring some long-awaited silverware to St James’ Park.It has been 50 years since the Magpies last lifted a major trophy, but Bruce is adamant the glory days can return at the football club during his tenure. Getty Images - Getty Steve Bruce spoke exclusively to talkSPORT on Monday evening Speaking on Kick Off, he said: “I’d like to think I’ve done okay in management so far, my record isn’t too bad! “I’m going to have a good crack at this job, it won’t be easy – I know that. “Hopefully the experiences that I’ve had over these past 20 years will stand me in good stead and I can have a positive impact at this football club. “I hope I can get this football club over the line in terms of winni