Author Archives: Mike McGrath


Man Utd confident Paul Pogba will return in 10 days despite claims he never wants to play for them again

By | 26th November 2019

OLE GUNNAR SOLSKJAER expects Paul Pogba to play a full part in Manchester United’s fixture mayhem next month. The France midfielder, 26, has been granted extra time in Miami to recover from an ankle fracture. But he now out of his protective cast and around 10 days away from action. His time in America is […]


Sheffield United 3 Man Utd 3: Solskjaer’s side denied stunning comeback win as VAR awards McBurnie’s last-gasp strike

By | 24th November 2019

OLI MCBURNIE’S last-gasp equaliser denied Manchester United a stunning comeback win. The Scottish striker came on and found the top corner with a volley after Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s side were on the brink of victory after going two goals down. Solskjaer’s youngsters produced a three-goal blitz to get them back into the game at Bramall […]


Maguire will be happy with boyhood club Sheffield United’s performance but they really highlighted Man Utd’s huge issues

By | 24th November 2019

HARRY MAGUIRE would have loved Sheffield United’s first-half display – and their stunning late equaliser. The world’s most expensive defender still wants his hometown club to win every game, apart from when he faces them. But coming up against them only highlighted the problems this Manchester United team has. Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s youngsters almost bailed […]

Arsenal, Liverpool and PSG tracking 18-year-old Wolves star Owen Otasowie who qualifies for three different countries

By | 24th November 2019

WOLVES youngster Owen Otasowie has Europe’s top clubs looking at snapping him up on the cheap. The centre-back, 18, qualifies for THREE countries and caught the eye of Paris Saint-Germain after playing against them in the Premier League International Cup for Wolves‘ Under-23s. But along with the French giants, there is interest from German club […]

Leicester eyeing January transfer swoop for Germany centre-back Robin Koch as long-term Harry Maguire replacement

By | 21st November 2019

BRENDAN RODGERS has joined the race for Germany centre-back Robin Koch. The SC Freiburg defender is on Leicester’s radar for a January move and has also attracted interest from Wolves, Norwich and Bundesliga clubs. Foxes scouts tracked Koch, 23, during the international break when he played in his country’s win over Belarus but was an […]

Ravel Morrison was dubbed ‘best kid you’ll ever see’ at Man Utd by Fergie… now he is Sheffield United’s forgotten man

By | 20th November 2019

ON a Monday afternoon at the end of September, Ravel Morrison trudged off the pitch at a near-empty Bramall Lane. On entering the Sheffield United dressing room he was told he was being subbed off as the Under-23s trailed 2-0 to Burnley at half-time. Even the match report on the Blades’ own website shed light […]

Spurs star Troy Parrott trying to follow in footsteps of Harry Kane on and off pitch with love of golf

By | 13th November 2019

TROY PARROTT is trying to follow in Harry Kane’s footsteps in more ways than one. The Tottenham youngster is soaking it all up when he trains every day with Kane — and off the pitch he loves his golf just like the England skipper. Hitting the fairways after training is just about the only escape […]

Inside Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez’s England canteen chaos with food flying, headlocks, and THAT jewellery scratch

By | 13th November 2019

SUNSPORT can today reveal the astonishing details of Raheem Sterling’s shameful brawl with Joe Gomez that has rocked the England camp. The FA backed manager Gareth Southgate’s one-game ban for Sterling and are now considering a misconduct charge for the Manchester City winger. Sterling was axed after Southgate spoke to 15 people who witnessed Monday’s […]

Raheem Sterling WILL still get ‘legacy number’ stitched into England shirt to mark 1,000th game despite Gomez row

By | 12th November 2019

RAHEEM STERLING will still get his “legacy  number” stitched inside his England shirt. As the 1,190th player to be called up by England, his unique number was meant to be proudly worn under the Three Lions tomorrow at Wembley. But after getting punished for his canteen bust-up with Joe Gomez he will be axed from […]

Newcastle come from behind against Bournemouth to make it two Premier League wins on the bounce

By | 9th November 2019

SO much for fearing the sack during the international break. When Steve Bruce celebrated this stunning comeback win – thanks to DeAndre Yedlin and Ciaran Clark wiping out Harry Wilson’s opener – his team were closer to the European places than the relegation zone. This was the Newcastle team given no hope without Rafa Benitez […]