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Mauricio Pochettino on why Jose Mourinho is the manager Tottenham need

‘Jose is the perfect man to finish what I started’: Mauricio Pochettino on why Mourinho is the manager Tottenham need, their ‘unlucky’ defeat by Liverpool in the Champions League final and why not winning a trophy doesn’t mean he failed Mauricio Pochettino says Jose Mourinho is the perfect successor at Tottenham  The former Spurs boss has also opened up about his friendship with Mourinho  Pochettino reflected on Tottenham’s Champions League

There's no reason why football can't continue edging towards recovery

MARTIN SAMUEL: After a very positive test result, there is now no reason why football can’t continue edging towards recovery – but the Premier League must maintain Bundesliga standards If guidelines are kept to, there’s no reason why football can’t inch towards return  The low numbers of positive coronavirus tests on Tuesday was a promising start Just SIX anonymous Premier League players and staff test positive for virus Football cannot

Why Ziyech could be the only elite level signing of the summer

Shrewd transfer business saw Chelsea swoop in for £38m Hakim Ziyech before the coronavirus crisis took hold… with an uncertain summer ahead in the transfer market for EVERY Premier League side, have they stolen a march on their rivals? Chelsea stole a march on rivals by securing an early deal for Hakim Ziyech With the COVID-19 pandemic halting football transfers are set to be hit hard Football clubs have had

Why Van Nistelrooy v Henry was the greatest striker rivalry

Why Van Nistelrooy v Henry was the greatest striker rivalry: United star was so obsessed with beating Arsenal man to the Golden Boot that he used to SULK if he scored (even if his team had won!) Manchester United and Arsenal developed the greatest Premier League rivalry Ruud van Nistelrooy and Thierry Henry battled for goals between 2001 and 2006 The Dutchman became obsessed with out-scoring Henry in the Premier

Why Tua Tagovailoa won't disappoint as Dolphins' top pick despite injury history

The Miami Dolphins answered the quarterback question once and for all by selecting Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa with the No. 5 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.  Despite draft-week smokescreens that suggested Miami might go with Oregon’s Justin Herbert, the Dolphins took the risk that could lead to a franchise-wide reward. Tagovailoa is the most significant quarterback pick the Dolphins have made since they took Dan Marino with the No. 27 pick

Why the 1970 grand final and not 1989 matters most

Nearly 33 years after they had lost the unlosable grand final, Collingwood greats Peter McKenna, Len Thompson and Des Tuddenham received a surprising apology from Bob Rose, the man who had coached them on that afternoon that they would never get over. "On his deathbed, he apologised to me, Tuddy and Thommo," recalled McKenna, the game's pop-star full-forward of the early '70s. "He apologised to us that he couldn't get

Why Premier League transfer deals will fall off in the summer

£1.8BILLION has been slashed off values, calls for EMBARGOES on Premier League sides, and debts are due to banks… why the transfer market will ‘COLLAPSE’ – and Jadon Sancho, Harry Kane and Kylian Mbappe may see £100M-plus moves scuppered Coronavirus crisis has severely impacted finances across all football clubs The Premier League transfer market has been tipped to collapse by analysts  They already owed significant fees to other clubs on

AJ breaks down why Mike Tyson would have BEATEN Muhammed Ali

‘He was more developed with science and information’: Anthony Joshua breaks down why ‘bigger’ Mike Tyson would have BEATEN Muhammed Ali in their heavyweight prime Anthony Joshua broke down why Mike Tyson would have beaten Muhammed Ali AJ believes Tyson would have won due to having ‘better science and more info’ Joshua took part in an Instagram Live where he gave his ‘humble opinion’  Anthony Joshua gave his opinion on

Rio Ferdinand reveals why Arsenal should not sign Luka Jovic

Rio Ferdinand has urged Arsenal to avoid signing Luka Jovic from Real Madrid and believes the club should strengthen their options in central defence instead. The Gunners have been linked with a move for the Serbia international, who has struggled to make an impact since joining Real Madrid in a deal worth in excess of £50 million last summer. Jovic, who has scored just two goals for Madrid this season,

Why you might see AFL coaches on construction sites soon

In the coming weeks, it's quite conceivable that some assistant coaches who work for AFL clubs will find themselves donning overalls on a construction site, painting houses or in another industry that isn't shut down by government fiat. The coach of Richmond's VFL team, Xavier Clarke, has offered to help find unskilled labour for coaching colleagues, via a national labour hire company, Corestaff Group, which partners with Clarke's own labor