[unable to retrieve full-text content]talkSPORT.com rounds up all the latest transfer news and football gossip, and pays our respects to Diego Maradona… HEADLINES Arsenal and Leicester progressed to the Europa League last 32, while Tottenham moved a step closer to joining them Arsenal to welcome fans back first and be joined by Chelsea, Tottenham and Liverpool, but spectators still […] talkSPORT
Liverpool set a new club record by extending their unbeaten home run to 64 league games with a 3-0 win over Leicester on Sunday. The Reds went 63 games without defeat under Bob Paisley between February 1978 and December 1980, but bettered that as they made light work of Brendan Rodgers’ side on his return to Merseyside. Getty Images - Getty Liverpool were too much to handle for Leicester Former Manchester United defender Jonny Evans inadvertently headed in Andy Robertson’s corner for the opener, before the left-back assisted Diogo Jota for his seventh goal in a Reds shirt. Roberto Firmino sealed it with just his third goal in 24 Premier League games with a header late on. Leicester were on a six-match winning run heading into the Liverpool clash, but
After the international break the Premier League returns with a bang today and there are some tasty games in store. Here are talkSPORT’s top betting tips and predictions for three stand-out clashes, kicking off with a massive showdown in north London… GETTY It’s Mourinho vs Guardiola on Saturday – who will come out on top? Tottenham vs Man City – Saturday, 5.30pm (LIVE on talkSPORT) Two of the most decorated managers of all-time face off in a mouthwatering clash on Saturday evening. Pep Guardiola has the edge over Jose Mourinho so far in their trophy-laden careers – he’s tasted more victories over his great rival than any other boss he’s faced. But Guardiola’s City side have lost three times already this season and Mourinho’s Spurs have been flying –
[unable to retrieve full-text content]All the top sports news, gossip and expert opinion from some star-studded guests. Plus, the very latest goings on at Manchester United, as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer continues to come under serious pressure. LATEST HEADLINES Manchester United approach Mauricio Pochettino over becoming manager with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer under increasing pressure Tottenham get back to winning ways […] talkSPORT
Jose Mourinho said "my future choices are going to be very easy" after Tottenham's surprise 1-0 Europa League Group J defeat by Royal Antwerp.Mourinho made four changes at half-time after appearing to lose patience with some of his fringe players in Belgium.Dele Alli, Steven Bergwijn, Giovani lo Celso and Carlos Vinicius were all replaced at the break, although the changes did not salvage a point."I would like to have made 11 changes at half-time," said Mourinho.England midfielder Alli, 24, has started three matches this season and been replaced at half-time in two of them. This was the first time he had been in the starting XI for more than a month."I don't want to analyse individuals. I don't like to do that," added Mourinho following his side's first defeat since the opening weekend of ...