Ex-Man Utd 'keeper & 'Hero of Munich' Gregg dies aged 87

Former Manchester United and Northern Ireland goalkeeper Harry Gregg has died at the age of 87.

Football rumours from the media

What the papers sayRaheem Sterling will stay at Manchester City despite the looming threat of a two-year European football ban for the club, reports the Daily Mirror. Real Madrid are reported to be keen to snare the England forward for £150million in the wake of the sanction, but the 25-year-old will not be leaving Pep Guardiola’s side, according to the paper.

Fosu-Mensah, Wan-Bissaka renew bond at Man Utd

Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Timothy Fosu-Mensah have rekindled their old friendship from Crystal Palace at Manchester United.

Gerrard aware Rangers need to ‘click into gear’ against Braga

Steven Gerrard admits Rangers have to find their top form when they return to European duty against Braga on Thursday night.

Zidane frustrated as Real Madrid share spoils with strugglers Celta Vigo

Real Madrid boss Zinedine Zidane rued two points dropped as they were held to a 2-2 draw at home to strugglers Celta Vigo.

Gerrard 'interested' to see if PL punish Man City

Steven Gerrard admits he is "really interested" to see if action is taken against Manchester City which could see them stripped of their Premier League title in 2014.

Porto striker Moussa Marega criticises ‘idiot’ supporters amid racism claims

Porto striker Moussa Marega has hit out at the “idiots” who allegedly racially abused him after his goal at Vitoria Guimaraes on Sunday – and at the officials for not “defending” him.

Lampard: Win won't end United CL hopes

Frank Lampard has refused to accept Chelsea can kill off Manchester United's Champions League aspirations on Monday.

Real Madrid’s title push dented by late Celta Vigo equaliser

LaLiga leaders Real Madrid’s five-match winning run came to an end as they were held to a 2-2 draw by relegation-threatened Celta Vigo at the Bernabeu.

Ashley Young on target with first Inter Milan goal in Lazio defeat

Ashley Young scored his first goal for Inter Milan but it was not enough to prevent defeat at Lazio as the Serie A title race was blown wide open on Sunday.

BBC severs ties with pundit Ramage after Derby ‘black lads’ comments

The BBC has severed ties with radio pundit Craig Ramage following “entirely unacceptable” comments made by the former Derby midfielder about the club’s black players.

Pogba desperate to play for Man United again despite links with move – Solskjaer

Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer believes Paul Pogba is “desperate” to play for the club again, despite once more being linked with a return to Italy.



Mourinho jokes about Man City’s 2018 title win after Spurs’ victory at Villa

Jose Mourinho insisted he was only focused on Tottenham after Sunday’s 3-2 win at Aston Villa – but still offered a cheeky swipe at Manchester City following their European ban.

Smith questions pen | Jose hails Atkinson

Aston Villa manager Dean Smith has criticised the use of VAR after an overturned penalty decision contributed to his side's dramatic 3-2 defeat to Tottenham.

Arfield nets winner as Rangers edge past Livi to keep slim titles hopes alive

Rangers kept their Ladbrokes Premiership title hopes alive with a hard-fought 1-0 victory over Livingston at Ibrox.

Chelsea motivated by top four aims and not revenge against United – Kante

N’Golo Kante insists Chelsea are solely focused on a top-four Premier League finish and not revenge against Manchester United.

Alex set to Revell in Stevenage opportunity as Westley departs

Alex Revell has replaced Graham Westley as manager of Stevenage, the Sky Bet League Two club have announced.

Son Heung-min hits last-gasp winner at Villa Park to move Spurs up to fifth

Son Heung-min struck a last-gasp winner as Tottenham clinched a dramatic 3-2 victory at Aston Villa to boost their Champions League hopes.

Mason Greenwood says playing for Manchester United is "mind-blowing" and targets trophies

Mason Greenwood says the feeling when he scores for Manchester United is "out of this world".

Marcus Greenwood says playing for Manchester United is "mind-blowing" and targets trophies

Mason Greenwood says the feeling when he scores for Manchester United is "out of this world".

'Mane return good for Liverpool, bad for others'

Sadio Mane's return to fitness provides a psychological boost that could prove ominous to Liverpool's remaining rivals, Joe Gomez has warned.

Celtic boss Lennon hails ‘massive win in treacherously difficult conditions’

Celtic boss Neil Lennon praised the character and resilience of his side as they came out on top against Aberdeen despite being drawn into a battle with both the Dons and the remnants of Storm Dennis.

Mane return a big boost for Liverpool and bad news for opponents – Gomez

Sadio Mane’s return to fitness provides a psychological boost that could prove ominous to Liverpool’s remaining rivals, Joe Gomez has warned.

Alisson says Liverpool are like a "shark that smells blood" as they close in on Premier League title

Alisson Becker has compared Liverpool to a "shark that smells blood" as they continued their incredible season on Saturday.

Duke of Cambridge talks #HeadsUp with John McGinn

Aston Villa fan the Duke of Cambridge sits down with John McGinn to discuss the Heads Up mental health campaign and its importance.

Sunday Supplement: 'Sympathy for City'

Have Man City been harshly treated by UEFA after they were hit with a two-year ban from European football? The Sunday Supplement panel discuss...

Leaders Celtic show title credentials with Aberdeen win

Goals from Callum McGregor and Kristoffer Ajer saw leader Celtic battle their way to a 2-1 victory over a resilient Aberdeen side at Pittodrie.

Spanish players helping Fernandes settle in at United – Wan-Bissaka

Aaron Wan-Bissaka says Bruno Fernandes has made a smooth start at Manchester United thanks to the club’s Spanish contingent.

First-team coach Kieran McKenna says Manchester United are targeting silverware this season

Manchester United first-team coach Kieran McKenna says the club want to win a trophy this season.

Arsenal, Reading, Palace Women's Cup ties off

The Women's FA Cup fifth-round games involving WSL sides Arsenal, Reading and Brighton were called off on Sunday because of Storm Dennis.

Norwich fans display Pride banner celebrating ‘magnificent’ Fashanu goal

Norwich fans celebrated the anniversary of Justin Fashanu’s wonder goal against Liverpool in 1980 with an inclusive Pride banner celebrating the moment.




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