If The Sun thought his words on Everton midfielder Barkley were ‘wrong,’ they wouldn’t have allowed them to see the light of day, says KADEEM SIMMONDS
Wednesday 19th Apr 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Big names set to miss out when Gatland names squad
McLaren’s sorry season took another miserable twist yesterday after further problems with their Honda engine contributed to them missing eight hours of testing in Bahrain.
While Lewis Hamilton — back in his Mercedes after finishing a disappointing second to title rival...
FRENCH club Bastia filed a lawsuit yesterday against the hardcore fans who attacked Lyon players over the weekend and closed the east stand of its Armand Cesari stadium.
The French league match between Bastia and Lyon was abandoned at half-time on Sunday after supporters from the...
Brighton star now aiming to finish the season as champions
Harry Redknapp returned to management with Birmingham yesterday after becoming “fed up” in his time out of football.
The 70-year-old was confirmed as Gianfranco Zola’s successor until the end of the season and he will be assisted in his bid to preserve their...
A doctor who injected Mo Farah with a controversial supplement is to give evidence to MPs today.
Dr Robin Chakraverty, formerly of UK Athletics (UKA), will appear before the culture, media and sport committee as part of an ongoing inquiry into doping in sport.
Top-flight football beckons for Brighton after beating Wigan
Tuesday 18th Apr 2017
BIRMINGHAM needed penalties to defeat Chelsea yesterday as they booked their place in the FA Cup final, where they will meet Super League champions Manchester City.
The final at Wembley will be a repeat of last season’s League Cup final, which City won 1-0.
Eni Aluko and...
posted by Kadeem Simmonds in Sport
World Snooker chair Barry Hearn yesterday denied Ronnie O’Sullivan’s claims of bullying and intimidation, insisting comments from the fivetime world champion are “unfounded” and “inaccurate.”
O’Sullivan turned the tables on Hearn and his board...