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Barcelona plan to watch Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in every game ahead of possible summer transfer

Barcelona plan to watch Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba in every game ahead of possible summer transfer

Sports
Keeping tabs It is understood the Spanish giants are keeping a close eye on the World Cup winner's situation at Old Trafford Barcelona plan to watch Manchester United’s Paul Pogba in every game for the rest of this season as they consider a move for the midfield star. The Spanish Liga club were said to be keen on recruiting him last summer, but a move never materialised and representatives were there to see him in action in the Champions League against Young Boys on Wednesday night. Paul Pogba has hinted at tensions between him and Jose Mourinho While it is not uncommon for club’s to monitor other players, Pogba’s frosty relationship with manager Jose Mourinho and rumours of Pogba’s agent, Mino Raiola attempting to orc...
One thing we learned about every Premier League club’s tactics from their first game

One thing we learned about every Premier League club’s tactics from their first game

Sports
ANALYSIS What has the opening weekend told us about every team's game plan? The first weekend of the 2018/19 Premier League season is done and in the record books. It wasn’t the most thrilling, with no real shocks but we’re already seeing how sides are developing their tactics for the new campaign. Premier League managers have shown us a glimpse of their tactics this season You can stand still in modern football with your opponents scouting almost continuously so they can find holes in your side’s game plans. But what are the most noticeable tactics for each Premier League team? With just one game gone it’s foolish to draw a full conclusion as the sample size is too small, but they may be giving us a clue about their p...
Premier League injuries and suspension: Who will miss the opening game of the season at every club?

Premier League injuries and suspension: Who will miss the opening game of the season at every club?

Sports
OUT Which players are unavailable or doubts to play at the weekend? The new Premier League season starts this week but not every player is going to be available to play. Injuries are an irritating part of the game and whether they’re long term ones, little niggles, or slight twinges, they will keep stars out of action. Which stars are unavailable or doubtful ahead of the new Premier League season? With the new campaign just days away, here at talkSPORT.com we’ve compiled a list of all those players who are injured or suspended Some World Cup stars are listed as doubtful with most managers making a decision late in the day about whether the likes of Harry Maguire, Paul Pogba, Harry Kane, and N’Golo Kante will start their team...
'Almost every financial plan that’s ever been written is wrong': United Capital's Duran

'Almost every financial plan that’s ever been written is wrong': United Capital's Duran

Finance
If you’ve managed to pull together a strategy for your personal finances, odds are it’s not the right one for you. That’s because many financial plans fail to consider the unique characteristics of an investor’s life, including his or her biases and the fluidity of investing goals, said Joe Duran, founder and CEO of United Capital. “Almost every financial plan that’s ever been written is wrong,” he said. “It’s wrong because it makes two assumptions that are almost certainly wrong,” Duran said...
Full-fibre broadband for every UK home 'by 2033'

Full-fibre broadband for every UK home 'by 2033'

Technology
Full-fibre broadband coverage should be available to every home in the UK by 2033, according to the government's digital strategy. Under proposals by the Department for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, legislation would also guarantee that new homes are fitted with full-fibre broadband.The UK is lagging behind other European countries when it comes to full-fibre connections. Just 4% of homes in the UK currently have access to this technology, compared with 71% of homes in Spain and 89% of homes in Portugal.These connections are faster, more reliable and cheaper to run when compared with traditional copper-based networks.The department's Future Telecoms Infrastructure Review added that it will "support investment in the most difficult-to-reach areas", where it estimates th...