Author Archives: Martin Lipton

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Jose Mourinho demand Spurs flops stop feeling sorry for themselves after Man Utd loss – and release their inner rage

By | 6th December 2019

JOSE MOURINHO has told his Spurs players to stop feeling sorry for themselves – and start showing anger. Mourinho’s winning start in North London came to a sudden stop with Wednesday’s sub-par defeat at old club Manchester United. Defeat dropped Tottenham to ninth place, nine points adrift of fourth-placed Chelsea. And Mourinho suggested he was […]

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Chelsea WIN appeal against transfer ban with Lampard set for huge January spending spree after CAS overrule Fifa

By | 6th December 2019

CHELSEA have been given the green light for a massive January spending spree – after sport’s supreme court cut their transfer ban. Fifa banned the Blues from making any signings for two windows in February. But now the Court of Arbitration for Sport has ruled that Fifa punished Chelsea too severely and that a one […]

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Chelsea hotshot Tammy Abraham backed to win Premier League Golden Boot by Cesar Azpilicueta

By | 5th December 2019

CESAR AZPILICUETA tipped hotshot Tammy Abraham to lift the Premier League Golden Boot. Chelsea ace Abraham returned from a hip injury on Wednesday to claim his 11th Prem goal of the season in the 2-1 win over Aston Villa. It left the England new-boy behind only 14-goal Jamie Vardy in the top-flight scoring charts. Blues […]

Chelsea 2 Aston Villa 1: John Terry’s homecoming ruined as Tammy Abraham and Mason Mount goals seal win for Blues

By | 4th December 2019

THEY rolled out the red carpet for John Terry but there was no old pals’ act for the Chelsea legend’s first return to Stamford Bridge. The last time the most successful captain in the club’s history was here, he was carried off shoulder high by his team-mates. This time he had to settle for a […]

John Terry given hero’s welcome on Chelsea return with Aston Villa as Stamford Bridge rises to their legend

By | 4th December 2019

CAPTAIN, Leader, Legend… Opponent. John Terry knows that nothing will ever tarnish his image at Stamford Bridge. Unless he does a Jose Mourinho, of course, and walks out as Tottenham manager one day. But wearing claret and blue, rather than royal blue, Terry was still an SW6 hero tonight. An understated one, mind. No fanfare. […]

England facing World Cup 2022 qualification group of death with hardest route for more than 20 years

By | 4th December 2019

ENGLAND will have to navigate arguably the toughest World Cup qualification route in more than two decades to book their place at Qatar 2022. Sun Sport revealed last month how Uefa planned to decide the 13 European qualifiers for the final 32-team tournament. And Euro chiefs have now confirmed that Gareth Southgate and his Three […]

Chelsea will target three key areas in January if they overturn their transfer ban including striker to replace Giroud

By | 4th December 2019

CHELSEA will discover this week if their Fifa transfer ban has been lifted. The Swiss-based Court of Arbitration for Sport has signalled to the Blues that a decision on their appeal against the Fifa ruling will be made in the next 48 hours. Chelsea are hopeful that the ban will be either cut or quashed, […]

Uefa president Ceferin slams VAR, Premier League referees and reckons no one can explain the handball rule

By | 4th December 2019

UEFA chief Aleksander Ceferin has slammed VAR, calling it “a mess”. And the president of Europe’s governing body also criticised the accuracy of the technology. He said: “If you have a long nose you are in an offside position. “Some referees in England don’t even check. In Italy they check for half an hour. It’s […]

Man Utd could turn to England boss Southgate to replace Solskjaer after previously blocking his route into management

By | 4th December 2019

MANCHESTER UNITED could turn to England boss Gareth Southgate to replace Ole Gunnar Solskjaer after previously blocking the Three Lions gaffer’s route into management. Southgate may emerge as an option for United if they decide to get rid of struggling Solskjaer at the end of the season. However, one stumbling block towards a potential deal […]

Wayne Rooney gets go ahead to wear No 32 shirt at Derby despite betting firm controversy

By | 3rd December 2019

WAYNE ROONEY has got the green light from the FA to wear the No 32 shirt when he begins his Derby career next month. Wembley bosses were put on the spot when Rooney was unveiled following his decision to leave DC United as his presentation shirt app- eared a full-on advertisement for club sponsors 32Red. Anti-gambling […]