The attacking reinforcements Liverpool need this summer

Jamie Carragher called out Liverpool’s ‘massive drop off in quality’ beyond Salah, Firmino and Mane… so, with Kai Havertz, Adama Traore and Willian on the radar, who are the targets to give Jurgen Klopp real strength in depth? Liverpool looked blunt up top during their 0-0 draw with Everton on Sunday Takumi Minamino came in for Mohamed Salah but the attack looked disjointed  Jamie Carragher warned that there is a

The 5-a-day fuelling Sheffield United's Champions League bid

The 5-a-day fuelling Sheffield United’s Champions League bid: Chris Wilder wants players to smile at mistakes, have fun on and off the pitch and train as intense as they play in matches, says former team psychologist Steve Sylvester is a leading sports psychologist who works with a host of players He has worked closely with Chris Wilder during his time at Sheffield United  A ‘five-a-day’ method has been key to

Chelsea return to the Bridge and smash SEVEN past QPR

Chelsea return to the Bridge and smash SEVEN past QPR with Ruben Loftus-Cheek and Billy Gilmour both scoring twice… and N’Golo Kante starts friendly just days before Premier League restarts Frank Lampard’s side made it two wins out of two ahead of league return Loftus-Cheek was back in action after more than a year out due to achilles injury Blues also boosted by Kante starting match after delayed comeback to training

The beginning of the end or one last hurrah: What next for Roger Federer?

If tour-level tennis does return in 2020, as is looking increasingly likely, it will be without its biggest star. Roger Federer, the world’s highest-paid athlete whose endorsements dwarf Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi’s combined, has undergone a ‘quick arthroscopic procedure’ on his right knee – his second surgery of the year – and won’t play competitive tennis before 2021. Federer, who turns 39 in August, will be well into his

Berbatov ranks Grealish at the top of United's transfer targets

‘I can see Grealish being a better fit than someone else’: Dimitar Berbatov ranks Aston Villa captain at the top of Manchester United transfer targets… but warns Ole Gunnar Solskjaer he doesn’t need to strengthen in midfield Dimitar Berbatov has ranked all of Manchester United’s summer transfer targets The ex-United striker sees Jack Grealish being the best fit at Old Trafford Saul Niguez, Jadon Sancho and James Maddison have all

St Mary's could host the potentially title-deciding Merseyside derby

Merseyside derby on June 21 could take place nearly 200 miles away from Goodison Park in SOUTHAMPTON if Everton’s home is not deemed safe enough – with Liverpool potentially sealing Premier League title There are concerns about playing the Merseyside derby at Goodison Park Health and safety issues were raised as Liverpool could win the title there   St Mary’s is a possible venue, thought to be preferred to the likes

Marco Silva was left in the dark about Barca's interest in Richarlison

‘I don’t know if it was true… but he was focused on Everton’: Former Toffees boss Marco Silva says he was left in the dark about Barcelona’s interest in Richarlison… but insists the forward was always committed to the club Everton forward Richarlison has been heavily linked with Barcelona recently  The Spanish giants reportedly made an unsuccessful £85m bid for the Brazilian   Ex-manager Marco Silva said he wasn’t sure if

The 10 Premier League games you HAVE to watch when football returns

The 10 Premier League games you HAVE to watch: Jose Mourinho’s must-win reunion with Manchester United, a potentially decisive Merseyside derby and the BBC’s first EVER broadcast shouldn’t be missed as fans prepare for a feast of live football on TV All of the remaining 92 Premier League games this season will be shown on TV A provisional list of the first three full rounds of fixtures have been sent

When will the NBA return in 2020? Key dates, schedule & more to know about season restart in Orlando

After nearly three months with no game action, NBA teams finally have an idea of when they will get back on the court. On March 11, the league shut down following Rudy Gobert’s positive coronavirus (COVID-19) test, suddenly forcing players to practice social distancing rather than prepare for the playoffs. Now commissioner Adam Silver has been entrusted with the difficult task of guiding the NBA through one of the most turbulent

Clubs foot the bill for family of players and staff who got virus

Premier League clubs foot the £300 bill for family members of players and staff who test positive for coronavirus… as they aim to give their stars peace of mind Several Premier League clubs are footing the bill for coronavirus test kits  Players who contracted Covid-19 will also get their families tested for the virus Clubs have told players they’ll finance all relevant Covid-19 tests for loved ones During four rounds