Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder says fans are furious with VAR after fresh controversy at Norwich

Chris Wilder believes fans are not happy with VAR after the technology was brought into question again during Sheffield United's 2-1 win at Norwich.
Daily Mail - 09.12.2019 18:17

Juventus loss opens title race as Lazio enters the fray

Before last weekend, Inter Milan was trying to prevent Juventus from winning a record-extending ninth straight league title. Lazio recovered from an early goal from Cristiano Ronaldo to win 3-1 and move to within three points of second-place Juventus. ''We were focused and perfect, and managed
Yahoo - 09.12.2019 16:22

Man Utd tell Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his job is safe and they won't go for Mauricio Pochettino

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has been told by Manchester United's owners that his job is safe and that the club won't be going for Mauricio Pochettino following his sacking at Tottenham.
Daily Mail - 09.12.2019 16:18

Arsenal news LIVE: New manager latest as Gunners eye £50m defender transfer and Brazil starlet linked

Top Arsenal stories Freddie Ljungberg ‘may not have it in him’ to get Arsenal out current crisis, says former teammate Arsenal technical director Edu wants Patrick Vieira to be named new manager ‘AFTV OUT’ graffitied on wall near Emirates Stadium as Arsenal fans appear to turn on fan YouTube channel Cascarino explains why Aubameyang was […]
TalkSport - 09.12.2019 15:55

Frank Lampard’s possible January signings for Chelsea, including £100m Jadon Sancho and Premier League ace ‘crazy about Blues’

Chelsea are nearing their first transfer window under the management of Frank Lampard, and the big question is – who will be his first signing for the club? The Blues boss enjoyed a fine start after taking the reins at Stamford Bridge, but three defeats in four Premier League games shows there is still plenty […]
TalkSport - 09.12.2019 13:41

Judge rules players not guilty in match-fixing case in Spain

The 36 players on trial in Spain's most high-profile match-fixing case were cleared of wrongdoing on Monday. A Spanish judge issued the ''not guilty'' verdict, saying there was not enough evidence to convict the players and others on trial - including former Mexico coach Javier Aguirre
Yahoo - 09.12.2019 13:27

Pep Guardiola says Man City may not be able to compete with the best teams… such as Liverpool and Manchester United

Pep Guardiola has admitted Man City may not be able to compete with the best teams in Europe – including Manchester United among those sides. Guardiola watched as City fell to a 2-1 defeat to United in Saturday’s Manchester derby. It was a fourth defeat in the Premier League already this season – the same number […]
TalkSport - 09.12.2019 13:03

World Anti-Doping Agency hand Russia four-year ban from international sports, including Tokyo Olympics and 2022 World Cup

Russia has been banned from all international sporting events for four years by the World Anti-Doping Agency. The punishment, which Russia can appeal within 21 days, means the country cannot feature at next summer’s Tokyo Olympics, or the 2022 World Cup in Qatar. Russia athletes will be allowed to compete at any competitions, however, as […]
TalkSport - 09.12.2019 11:36

Jurgen Klopp insists he ‘never had any doubts’ about Naby Keita after £52m man stars in win over Bournemouth

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp has insisted he has never doubted the quality of £52.7million midfielder Naby Keita. Keita arrived at Anfield to much fanfare in the summer of 2018, but has been reduced to a largely peripheral figure at the club. He played a limited role in last season’s Champions League success and in the […]
TalkSport - 09.12.2019 10:46

Premier League review: Forget Pochettino – Solskjaer deserves credit for displays against Guardiola, Klopp, Mourinho and Lampard

So, when Manchester United lost to Tottenham and Man City Ole Gunnar Solskjaer was going to be stepping aside for the Mauricio Pochettino, wasn’t he? It’s amazing what seven days in football can do. City fans have probably seen Peppy G tearing his hair out in a Manchester Derby at the Etihad for the last […]
TalkSport - 09.12.2019 10:17

Milan win at Bologna after Hernandez scores at both ends

AC Milan defender Theo Hernandez scored at both ends and gave away a penalty as his side produced arguably their best performance of the season to win 3-2 at Bologna in a dramatic Serie A match on Sunday.
Reuters - 08.12.2019 23:52

Brendan Rodgers on ‘amazing’ Leicester star James Maddison and chasing Premier League leaders Liverpool after historic win at Aston Villa

Brendan Rodgers hailed James Maddison’s performance in Leicester’s 4-1 win at Aston Villa on Sunday. The Foxes won an historic eighth Premier League match to maintain their unlikely title push. Goals from Jamie Vardy (2), Kelechi Iheanacho and Jonny Evans ensured Leicester remained eight points behind league leaders Liverpool. Maddison notched his third assist of […]
TalkSport - 08.12.2019 20:14

Christopher Jullien’s second half strike sees ten-man Celtic claim dramatic Scottish League Cup final victory over Rangers

Christopher Jullien’s second half strike earned ten-man Celtic a dramatic 1-0 Scottish League Cup final victory over Rangers at Hampden Park. Striker Alfredo Morelos was denied by an inspired Fraser Forster as Celtic punished Rangers’ missed chances on the hour mark when Christopher Jullien volleyed in from a free kick. And Steven Gerrard’s side spurned […]
TalkSport - 08.12.2019 17:56


Djokovic, De Minaur, Felix Lead 2020 Adelaide Field

Novak Djokovic and some of the world's best #NextGenATP players will launch the inaugural Adelaide International next month. Djokovic will be joined by Aussie Alex de Minaur and Canadian Felix Auger-Aliassime at the ATP 250, to be held 13-19 January, the week before the Australian Open. Djokovic is a seven-time champion in Melbourne, a record, and usually does not play the week before a Grand Slam. The Serbian last played the week before a Slam in 2017, when he won the Nature Valley International title in Eastbourne. He has played the week before the Australian Open only once, in 2009, in Sydney. Djokovic played in Adelaide in 2007 when the tournament was held two weeks before the season's first major championship. But the 32-year-old could be going with a new strategy as he's also signed on to play at the inaugural ATP Cup, which will take place 3-12 January in Perth, Brisbane and Sydney. De Minaur won the 2019 Sydney International for his first ATP Tour title. The victory prop...
ATP - 04.12.2019 15:11

Roger Federer's Face To Go On Swiss Coin

Roger Federer fans can now have the Swiss legend with them at all times. Swissmint has created a 20-franc silver coin bearing Federer's image. It's the first time in its history that Swissmint has created a commemorative coin to honour a living person. Federer is perhaps Switzerland's most well-known individual, having won 103 tour-level titles, including 20 Grand Slam crowns and 28 ATP Masters 1000s. He has also spent a record 310 weeks at No. 1 in the ATP Rankings. The 38-year-old finished No. 3 in the 2019 year-end standings, marking the 15th time he's finished in the Top 3, which is a record. He also became the oldest player to end his season at No. 3. Off the court, the Swiss engages in philanthropic activity around the world with his self-named foundation, which he created in 2003. Federer has had other off-court commemorations as well. In 2012, the German city of Halle, where Federer is now a 10-time champion, named a street after the Swiss. In 2007, Swiss Post released a Roger ...
ATP - 02.12.2019 16:46

Sir Andy Murray outlines Australian Open hopes as he prepares to make Grand Slam return in 2020

Sir Andy Murray has revealed his aim for the Australian Open in 2020 is to simply get through a five-set match without feeling pain. The three-time Grand Slam champion has been sidelined for 18 months due to a chronic hip injury, but is set to make his return to a major down under in January. […]
TalkSport - 29.11.2019 13:34

Nadal Clinches Davis Cup Title For Spain With Win Against Shapovalov

Rafael Nadal, the year-end World No. 1, finished his season on a high by leading Spain to its sixth Davis Cup title. Nadal defeated Denis Shapovalov 6-3, 7-6(7) to clinch Spain’s 2-0 win against Canada. "It has been an amazing week," Nadal said on court after his win. "I could not be happier, honestly. It has been an unforgettable moment here in this amazing stadium. The crowd was just a joke, we can't thank all of them enough. Our team spirit prevailed. We fought hard." Nadal, who is now a four-time Davis Cup titlist, won all eight of his matches this week in Madrid, including five singles victories in which he did not drop a set. Nadal took a 2-1 lead in his FedEx ATP Head2Head series with Shapovalov, who defeated him two years ago in Montreal. But the Canadian brought his best, pushing Nadal until the end. The 20-year-old showed no fear of the moment, trading blows with the Spaniard from the baseline. Nadal earned two championship points for Spain at 6/4 in the tie-break, but ...
ATP - 24.11.2019 20:52

Emotional Bautista Agut puts Spain ahead in Davis Cup final

Roberto Bautista Agut puts Spain 1-0 ahead in their Davis Cup final against Canada with an emotional victory over Felix Auger-Aliassime in Madrid.
BBC - 24.11.2019 19:07