John Salako says Roy is the right man to lead the club forward
Paul Mortimer doesn't think Silva is a racist - but does say he got this one wrong
Warnock resigned as Cardiff boss earlier this week.
Martin Allen says the clash between Raheem Sterling and Joe Gomez is no big deal!
Dave Bassett pays tribute to Neil Warnock after he parted company with Cardiff City
Dave Bassett is backing Chris Wilder for the top
Liverpool beat City 3-1 in the Premier League at Anfield.
Jimmy Carter can't see Liverpool losing one game all season!
Chris Kirkland says Manchester City won't enjoy the atmosphere on Sunday
United beat Partizan Belgrade 3-0 in the Europa League
Lee Croft isn't impressed with how Derby have handled the situation
Clive Walker reckons Reece James and Conor Gallagher will go right to the very top
Ex-Reds defender thinks Jurgen Klopp is going to win the Premier League.
Sir Viv Richards is 'frustrated' that Jofra plays for England
Tottenham's Son Heung-Min was devastated.
How can England's Test side succeed on foreign soil?
He also gives a touching tribute to Warren Gatland.
Nigel Winterburn thinks Vieira has work to do before becoming a top level manager
Granit Xhaka is refusing to apologise for storming off pitch in Premier League tie.
Mark Halsey believes the current crop of referees are 'aggressive', and not up to the job
Are the current officials up to the task?
The Leicester boss is getting huge praise after Foxes 9-0 win over Southampton.
Tommy Smith is desperate to see more from Ismaila Sarr
England beat the New Zealand All Blacks 19-7 in Rugby World Cup semis.
England take on New Zealand in Rugby World Cup 9am UK time this Saturday.
He's still going at the grand old age of 44!
Manchester United are still trying to sign Harry Maguire but Love Sport's own columnist Tom Wade has come up with three alternatives if they miss out on the England centre-half. Catch him every Friday at 1.45pm on The James Gray Show...
Frank Lampard and his coaching team at Chelsea will have to start winning games quickly or fans could turn on them despite their status as legends at Stamford Bridge, according to one former Blue.
Anthony Joshua 'awoke the lion' when he knocked Andy Ruiz Jr down during their fight last month and that was why he lost his world titles.
West Ham striker Frank McAvennie says he has been told that Marko Arnautovic would be a popular departure among his team-mates.
Arsenal must pay the £22million that will secure them Kieran Tierney because that is the market rate for a player of his quality, claims Nigel Winterburn.
Frank Lampard should have told Roman Abramovich to hold the Chelsea job for another year, according to one former Chelsea player.
Manchester United have changed their transfer policy and Aaron Wan-Bissaka will be one of a new wave of players to be 'moulded' by Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, according to one former player.
Frank Lampard must not hesitate to sign a contract as Chelsea manager now that he has been given permission to enter talks with the club, according to Michael Duberry.
Liverpool should spend big to make sure they capture Leicester’s James Maddison this summer.
Patrick Vieira could channel his old boss Arsenal Wenger if he gets the Newcastle job, according to one of his old team-mates.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka has been the name on every Manchester United fan's lips this week and Love Sport's own columnist Tom Wade was no different. Catch him every Friday at 1.45pm on The James Gray Show...
Aaron Wan-Bissaka is about to be announced as a £50million Manchester United signing but one of his former coaches has revealed that Crystal Palace almost let him go on a free transfer.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka might stick out in the Manchester United dressing room because he is a "quiet lad", according to one of his former coaches.
Wilfried Zaha would be a perfect signing for Arsenal this summer, according to club legend Nigel Winterburn.
The next Newcastle United manager could be Rafa Benitez despite the fact that the Spaniard is due to leave the club at the end of the week.
Piers Morgan has warned Boris Johnson that he will not be shy of confronting him if they meet at social functions during his exclusive appearance on Love Sport Radio.
Newcastle fans would still turn up to watch '11 chimpanzees playing in black and white shirts' and that's why one former player reckons the departure of Rafa Benitez will not affect attendances.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka is reportedly on the brink of a £55million move to Manchester United and Danny Mills believe the fee is a big gamble from the Manchester club.
West Ham must convince any potential signings - and players considering leaving the club - that the Champions League is their eventual goal, according to one former player.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka and Wilfried Zaha cannot be allowed to leave Crystal Palace in the same window, according to ex-Eagle Neil Shipperley.
Jesse Lingard has infuriated many with his social media antics and one former defender has branded him ‘an embarrassment to the club’ after his latest post.
Paul Pobga was at the centre of Manchester United writer Tom Wade's thoughts when he joined The James Gray Show earlier today - and he's got an unusual theory as to what the club must do this summer...
Crystal Palace must complete some ‘good business’ by selling Aaron Wan-Bissaka to Manchester United because they already have an adequate replacement in their squad.
Maurizio Sarri did not enjoy his season at Chelsea and Clive Walker reckons that was his main motivation for leaving after just one season at the club.
Ryan Sessegnon has been the subject of talks between Crystal Palace and Fulham but Tottenham are yet to make an expected bid for the winger, Love Sport understands.
Frank Lampard is set to be announced as Chelsea manager before the end of the week and ex-Blue Clive Walker reckons he has already identified a couple of players who should do well under the new man.
Charlton have a lot of work to do in the transfer market this summer if Lee Bowyer is to keep the Addicks in the Championship next season, according to Bradley Pritchard.
Chelsea would be taking a 'big gamble' on Frank Lampard this summer because according to Ron 'Chopper' Harris, great players do not always make great managers.
England's U21 stars who missed out on Nations League selection must first prove themselves at age-group level this summer, according to Peter Taylor.
Jason Roy's injury should concern England fans but Darren Bicknell remains confident that England will make it through to a mouth-watering Cricket World Cup final.
Chelsea look set to appoint Frank Lampard as manager after Maurizio Sarri left and that was the key talking point on Ian Stone's Comedy Breakfast this morning.
Manchester United could find themselves missing out on European football altogether if they continue to allow Ed Woodward overall control of transfers, according to one former striker.
Cricket World Cup reserve days would be impossible to organise and that’s why David ‘Bumble’ Lloyd believes fans must just ride out the wet weather in England this summer.
Paul Pogba is on the back page of almost every newspaper today and The James Gray Show was dominated by talk of the Manchester United midfielder.
Chelsea, and other top clubs in England, must give one of their own a chance to replace Maurizio Sarri.
Wilfried Zaha will relish the lack of attention he will receive from defenders if he gets a summer move away from Crystal Palace, according to John Salako.
Here are the highlights from Love Sport Radio on Wednesday - tune in tomorrow for much, much more.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka must not make the same mistake as Wilfried Zaha and accept a move to Manchester United too early in his career.
Lewis Hamilton's long-term future in F1 will depend on his ability to maintain his passion for racing, according to one former racing driver.
Tottenham must be prepared to spend close to £100million replacing Christian Eriksen this summer, according to one ex-Spurs player.
Manchester United look set to spend the summer picking up unproven young players at bargain prices, according to ex-Swansea man Adrian Forbes.
Liverpool have been backed as potential suitors for the signature of Christian Eriksen by ex-Tottenham midfielder Jamie O’Hara.
Daniel James has a bit of Ryan Giggs in the way he dribbles and Manchester United fans will be desperate for him to repeat that sort of form when he moves to the club this summer.
Maurizio Sarri has been struggling to settle in at London and is missing Italy but Paul Mortimer reckons his failure to make England his home has been his downfall.
Virat Kohli may be India's captain and leader with the bat but one of the country's former spinners reckons he is not the most irreplaceable member of the team.
Anthony Joshua did not look his normal self before taking on Andy Ruiz Jr, according to respected trainer Dave Coldwell.
Aaron Wan-Bissaka will find it hard to stay at Crystal Palace if he has offers flooding in this summer, according to former Eagle Marc Edworthy.
Anthony Joshua must adapt his boxing style and technique if he wants to bounce back from a shock defeat to Andy Ruiz Jr, according to Barry McGuigan.
Mauricio Pochettino should not have started Harry Kane and Tottenham would have been better served by him coming off the bench.
Anthony Joshua will have to come back from a 'very dark place' after being beaten by Andy Ruiz Jr, according to former boxing Kevin Mitchell.
Arsenal need to give Joe Willock and Ainsley Maintland-Niles the support they deserve because they do not have the money to spend on players.
Harry Kane has been battling an ankle injury but Tottenham legend Graham Roberts reckons he will be given the start in tonight's Champions League final because he has seen him 'flying' in training.
Liverpool and Tottenham face off in Madrid on Saturday but what would a team featuring the best of both squads look like? James Gray had a crack at picking a starting XI on his show on Friday.
Arsenal are unlikely to put Mesut Ozil at the centre of their plans and ex-Gunners striker Kevin Campbell reckons there is already a leading light in the Premier League who could replace him.
Harry Kane's attitude to training is why he will be fit in time for Tottenham's Champions League final clash with Liverpool.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has let slip a little of his nerves with his behaviour in training, according to Blues legend Ron 'Chopper' Harris.
The Europa League final should have been moved to allow more Chelsea and Arsenal fans to see the game, according to one man who has been there and done that.
Lee Bowyer and his coaching staff are still yet to be tied down to Charlton despite having won promotion to the Championship at Wembley yesterday.
Tottenham will give Mauricio Pochettino a massive transfer kitty to spend this summer, according to Spurs legend Graham Roberts.
Manchester United may not want to spend £50million on a defender this summer but ex-Red Devil Andy Ritchie thinks there is one man who might just be worth it.
Niki Lauda’s bravery was what earned him such a fearsome reputation with the racing community, according to his great friend Jackie Stewart.
Manchester United will look to sign young players they can mould this summer, according to ex-player Andy Ritchie.
Wilfried Zaha will be welcomed back at Crystal Palace even if he leaves again to play Champions League football.
Arsenal should be looking to sign a player who already understands the Premier League when they look to strengthen their squad this summer, according to one leading club columnist.
Manchester City are unlikely to rest on their laurels this summer and Steve Howey believes there are two areas they must look to strengthen.
Fulham need to sort out their defence before looking to add wide players to the squad in an effort to bounce back from Premier League relegation, according to Gordon Davies.
Frank Lampard has shown enough in his time as Derby manager to suggest that he will end up taking over at Stamford Bridge, according to one former Chelsea man.
Charlton should find themselves in the League One play-off final if they play ‘anywhere near’ what they are capable of, according to Chris Powell.
English football has scarcely been more unpredictable than the last fortnight so we've asked Love Sport's finest to try and unpick this week's biggest games so you don't have to.
England have been told to drop Tom Curran from their Cricket World Cup squad at their peril by former international Allan Lamb.
Frank Lampard's players have responded to his passion for the game and ex-Derby captain Shaun Barker reckons that is the key to his success.
Chelsea would be a 'dream' job for Jimmy Floyd Hasselbaink but the former Blues striker says he needs to prove himself elsewhere first before being in the running for the top job.
Alex McLeish reckons Stevie Gerrard has a crucial summer ahead of him if he wants to close the gap to Celtic in the Scottish Premiership.
Leeds are in pole position to win promotion back to the Premier League because they have the best performance in them on the day, according to Tony Dorigo.
Eden Hazard will struggle to say no to Real Madrid if they offer him a deal this summer, according to one former Chelsea player.
Liverpool should have thrown caution to the wind in more of the games that they drew in this season's Premier League, according to ex-Man City man Gary Owen.
Aston Villa should go into tonight's clash with West Bromwich Albion and any resulting play-off final confident of success.
Tottenham will have to raise their level to meet in-form Liverpool when they clash in the Champions League final in Madrid, according to one ex-Red.
Chris Hughton is more than capable of losing his temper when players are under-performing but ex-Brighton defender Adam Virgo was still not surprised that he lost his job earlier today.
Arsenal have more urgent areas they need to strengthen than their defence, according to ex-Gunner Nigel Winterburn.
Eden Hazard will not be forced to stay at Chelsea this summer despite an impending transfer ban, reckons one ex-player.
Liverpool will have to rely on ‘the perfect storm’ if they are to win the Premier League on Sunday, according to former Manchester City defender Danny Mills.
Manchester United would make sense for Matthijs de Ligt but Ajax legend Arnold Muhren reckons they will have to fight off the attentions of Barcelona to secure his signature.
Chelsea only drew 1-1 with Eintracht Frankfurt in their second-leg clash at Stamford Bridge but still made it through to the Europa League final thanks to a penalty shootout victory.
Tottenham fans have been forced to eat their words by the performances of Fernando Llorente, according to former Spurs striker Teddy Sheringham.
Tottenham comfortably topped the achievements of Liverpool with their Champions League comeback, according to Spurs legend Gary Mabbutt.
Tottenham qualified for their first ever Champions League final with a thrilling victory over Ajax, triumphing on away goals after a thrilling 3-2 comeback win.
Mauricio Pochettino has the total and utter trust of his Tottenham players - just like Sir Alex Ferguson did at Manchester United.
Mauricio Pochettino should not have mentioned leaving Tottenham on the eve of their biggest game of the season, according to one ex-player.
Liverpool pulled off what even Jurgen Klopp conceded was impossible before the game by beating Barcelona 4-0 at Anfield and completing one of the greatest comebacks ever.
Manchester United should never have told the players that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer would get the full-time job.
Liverpool legend Gary Gillespie reckons Reds fans will not be disappointed with their season even if they fail to win the Premier League or the Champions League.
Manchester City took their penultimate step towards consecutive Premier League titles last night with a 1-0 win over Leicester City but who stood out in the game?
Arsenal now have a strike partnership harking back to the days of Dwight Yorke and Andy Cole, according to ex-Gunners striker Kevin Campbell.
Playing a lot of games for a club doesn’t necessarily make you ready for a directorial role there, according to former Manchester City and Nottingham Forest manager Frank Clark.
The Premier League is supposed to be the most unpredictable league in the world, so we've asked Love Sport's very own to predict it!
Chelsea grabbed a crucial away goal and earned a draw at Eintracht Frankfurt on Thursday - but which of Maurizio Sarri's stars stood out on a raucous night in Germany?
Virgil van Dijk was to blame for Barcelona's second goal on Wednesday night which in turn led to Liverpool 'losing discipline', according to ex-Red Ray Houghton.
Gareth Ainsworth would be missed at Wycombe but Wanderers midfielder and ex-QPR player Marcus Bean has revealed that the manager would find it very hard to turn down the job at Loftus Road.
Liverpool were comprehensively beaten by Barcelona in the first leg of their Champions League semi-final but who stood out for the Reds despite the 3-0 defeat?
Mauricio Pochettino should have overridden medical advice and started Moussa Sissoko for Tottenham last night against Ajax, according to ex-Spurs player Paul Miller.
Maurizio Sarri should be given the chance to continue his work at Chelsea because his system has proved effective enough at times during the season.
Zlatan Ibrahimovic threatened Nedum Onuoha with serious injury and said things the defender had only heard from 'people who are complete thugs'.
Liverpool should try to sign Wilfried Zaha and Aaron Wan-Bissaka this summer to strengthen their squad, according to Nick Tanner.
Paul Pogba was the only player who does not wear a Manchester City or Liverpool shirt in the PFA Team of the Year named yesterday and was by far the most controversial inclusion, which got Comedy Breakfast presenter Ian Stone thinking...
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Watford must get used to playing high-intensity clashes with everything on the line, according to club legend Luther Blissett.
Maurizio Sarri cannot be guaranteed success at Chelsea next season but Pat Nevin reckons he should be given the chance to try - as long as Eden Hazard sticks around.
Rafa Benitez's new contract should be the top priority for Newcastle owner Mike Ashley, according to one former player.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will not make the same mistakes Jose Mourinho did at Manchester United because he was a player himself, according to ex-winger Willie Morgan.
Manchester United should not need a trip to their old training ground to remind them of how important tonight's derby match is.
Raheem Sterling is this season’s leading light in the Premier League, according to Manchester City hero Paul Dickov.
Alex McLeish was unlucky to have been sacked as Scotland manager earlier this week, according to former chief executive of the SFA Gordon Smith.
Liverpool are more than capable of going on to win a Premier League and Champions League double, according to club legend Terry McDermott.
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Edwin Van der Sar could solve Manchester United’s recruitment problems, according to fellow ex-Netherlands international Ed de Goey.
Anthony Joshua does not stand out from the other two top heavyweights in the world, according to the man who could end up fighting him in June.
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Tottenham must prioritise signing a world-class midfielder this summer, according to ex-Spurs midfielder Jamie O'Hara.
David De Gea might have been affected by the psychology of playing in Spain, according to Love Sport's goalkeeping expert Richard Lee.
Jofra Archer’s inclusion in the Cricket World Cup squad will naturally cause concern to those who miss out but his Sussex team-mate Tymal Mills does not believe it will upset those who remain.
Manchester United should persist with Paul Pogba even if there major offers come in for him this summer.
Israel Folau is entitled to an opinion but former Australia captain James Horwill believes he 'crossed a line' by airing the negative side of them on social media.
Manchester United must not rest on their laurels this summer, even if their run into the Champions League and top four of the Premier League continues.
In a week where the video assistant referee (VAR) has received more attention than perhaps any other figure in football, Love Sport's breakfast presenter Ian Stone attempts to make sense of it all.
Lee Bowyer and Andy Marshall are both out of contract at Charlton this summer but appear keen to stay at the club for next season.
Christian Eriksen has still failed to sign a new contract with Tottenham but former Spurs man Paul Miller is not worried that the star midfielder will leave.
QPR could do a lot worse than handing Marc Bircham the reins at the club, according to one of his former team-mates.
England's cricketers will face Australia in the Ashes later in the summer but it is not clear who will be opening the batting for Joe Root's men on August 1 at Edgbaston.
Queen's Park Rangers have still not settled on a new manager despite reported talks with Michael Appleton and Tim Sherwood, Love Sport has learned.
Tottenham will be spending money this summer but they are unlikely to make one major signing, according to one former player.
Chelsea need to consider abandoning their trigger-happy attitude to managers if they want to continue being successful, according to Mark Schwarzer.
Arsenal suffer at the hands of referees away from home and also fail to deal with the pressure applied by home teams.
Anthony Watson admits he has learned a lot about himself as a person and a player after more than a year of injury torment as he prepares to make his competitive return.
Gareth Ainsworth has been back to bring the fight back to QPR by one of his ex-teammates at Loftus Road.
Darren Anderton thinks a Tottenham Champions League triumph might be ‘written in the stars’ given the number of remarkable results they have produced in the competition this season.
Watford are one win away from a first FA Cup final in 35 years and former midfielder Gavin Mahon thinks they do have a chance to beat Wolves, if they can exploit their tactical weaknesses.
Ian Stone, host of the Comedy Breakfast on Love Sport, writes his first weekly column, covering the biggest issues in sport.
Lee Bowyer has spoken to his Charlton squad about the rumours linking him with the vacant QPR job.
Tottenham must improve their squad but former manager Keith Burkinshaw is keen that they retain their core of homegrown talent as well.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is now responsible for giving Manchester United their confidence back in his first serious test as manager, according to one ex-player.
Arsenal will regret letting Aaron Ramsey walk away from the club for free, according to former Gunners manager George Graham.
Neil Warnock has found an ally in his tirade against Mike Riley in the man who preceded the former top referee in his job.
Liverpool have a strong focus on team spirit during their trips away and that's the key to their winning run.
Arsenal would simply need to sign Patrick Vieira and Emmanuel Petit in order to free Mesut Ozil from any defensive requirements, according to ex-Gunners boss George Graham.
Leeds star Pablo Hernandez was a shock omission from the Championship team of the season when it was announced last week and Tony Dorigo cannot understand why.
Wolves must get the permanent deal for Raul Jimenez done as soon as possible if they are to build on an excellent season back in the Premier League.
Fulham fans may be preparing for relegation tonight but club legend Gordon Davies has revealed it may not all be doom and gloom at the club.
Chelsea must learn the value of installing a manager who understands the club if they replace Maurizio Sarri over the summer.
Liverpool will already have worked out who they will be signing in the summer according to Gary Gillespie, who believes the midfield is an area that requires significant investment.
Love Sport's Mike Stavrou headed down to Meadow Park on Friday to see if the Gunners can bag any freebies worth giving a shot next season.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must win the league as Manchester United manager, in the words of former Dutch international Arnold Muhren.
Dean Ashton has hit out at Marko Arnautovic over the way he handled himself during the January transfer window.
Leeds may struggle to recover from the defeat to promotion rivals Sheffield United because of what it has done to their confidence, according to Dean Ashton.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer didn’t have the man-management skills to succeed as a Premier League manager, but something’s changed, according to Tommy Smith.
Manchester United must make ensuring Mike Phelan stays at the club their next top priority, according to one former player.
Millwall could end up blaming relegation from the Championship on their FA Cup run to the quarter-finals.
Gordon Taylor's resignation was today welcomed by former PFA chairman Clarke Carlisle, who worked alongside the chief executive for a number of years.
Callum Hudson-Odoi can still hold down a place in the England starting XI despite not playing for Chelsea - just like Marcus Rashford did.
Danny Mills reckons the pressure of a first-time title race will be too much for Liverpool to handle on the Premier League run-in.
Montenegro should be excluded from international football for five years after their racist chanting against England, according to Luther Blissett.
England's forward line might be as potent as it has ever been with 10 goals in the last two games and a free-flowing attacking style that is starting to make us all believe in the Three Lions again.
Ross Barkley is the best technician in the England squad, according to one man who spotted his talent at an early age.
Jordan Pickford has been backed to work through his current disappointing form by former England goalkeeper Chris Kirkland.
Jack Grealish is 'what West Ham need' in the summer, according to Hammers legend Frank McAvennie.
Declan Rice is making the kind of progress that could see him stamp his name on an England shirt, according to Nigel Winterburn.
Jonny May’s missed tackle was the first flicker of England’s Six Nations horror show against Scotland and the winger says they need to overhaul their entire approach to discipline.
Marcus Rashford can go from strength to strength at Manchester United - as long as Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is kept on as manager.
Billy Vunipola insists the best is yet to come from himself and England after the disappointment of missing out on the 2019 Guinness Six Nations title to Wales on the final weekend.
Peter Shilton is England's most qualified player and as such could hardly be better qualified to assess Gareth Southgate's goalkeeping options ahead of their return to action tonight.
George Ford insists Leicester Tigers' season is far from over and they’ll show exactly how much they have to play for against Northampton Saints on Friday night.
Peter Taylor reckons he saw shades of James Milner in James Ward-Prowse when he managed him in the England Under-20s.
Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri has failed to adapt his style to the pace of the English game, according to ex-Blues winger Paul Canoville.
Peter Taylor thought Tottenham would have waited until next season to open their new stadium for the sake of 'consistency'.
When you put Harry Redknapp and Neil Ruddock in the same room, there are almost guaranteed to be fireworks.
Martin Ling has done, in his own words, every job except the cleaner at Leyton Orient but even now that he is director of football, he is still not afraid to get his hands dirty.
England lack anyone like the leaders who took them to 2003 Rugby World Cup glory, according to former lock Roger Uttley.
David Martin cost Millwall a place in the FA Cup semi-finals on Sunday and Love Sport's goalkeeping expert Richard Lee reckons Neil Harris could bench him in an effort to move past the incident.
Richard Dunne could not hide his disappointment at having seen Declan Rice slip through Ireland's fingers after the West Ham midfielder was called up by England manager Gareth Southgate this week.
Jordan Pickford has been warned he must develop a thick skin at Everton and learn to produce consistent performances.
Maurizio Sarri must win the Europa League or he will be sacked by Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich.
Alexandre Lacazette is often underappreciated by football fans, according to ex-Arsenal defender Rhys Weston.
Eden Hazard should put his personal happiness ahead of his own ambition when he weighs up his options this summer.
Callum Hudson-Odoi should follow Olivier Giroud’s lead and continue to grasp every opportunity, according to former Chelsea winger Clive Walker.
Arsenal’s Ainsley Maitland-Niles can emulate former Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses by making the position his own, according to former Gunners defender Rhys Weston.
Mesut Ozil must play for Arsenal tonight because he has the quality to pull them back into their Europa League, according to ex-Gunner Jimmy Carter.
Mauricio Pochettino may believe he has taken Tottenham as far as he can but Paul Stewart reckons Ole Gunnar Solskjaer may have ensured he does not head to Old Trafford in the summer.
Liverpool striker Sadio Mane is close to impossible to defend and Gary Gillespie would be getting his team-mates to do some dirty work on him if he had to cope with him.
Zinedine Zidane only got the call from Real Madrid because Sergio Ramos told the club not to hire Jose Mourinho.
Liverpool cannot afford to set up too defensively tonight because former player Paul Stewart reckons they will not be able to withstand the Bayern Munich attack for the whole game.
David De Gea has been unfairly criticised for conceding to Granit Xhaka during Manchester United’s 2-0 defeat to Arsenal, according to ex-goalkeeper John Lukic.
Hannah Cockroft is a five-time Paralympic and 10-time world champion but the 26-year-old is already aware that her days on the track are numbered and no athlete can afford to sit back and relax.
David De Gea should not be criticised for conceding Granit Xhaka's shot after it swerved 'like a deflection', according to Love Sport's goalkeeping expert Richard Lee.
Gareth Bale may be struggling to cope with the expectation of Real Madrid fans but former club president Ramon Calderon reckons he could struggle to effect a transfer away from the club.
Manchester United must insist that Ole Gunnar Solskjaer retains Mike Phelan in the coaching staff if they are to give him the full-time job.
Jose Mourinho is almost certain to end up taking over at Real Madrid, according to former club president Ramon Calderon.
Manchester United have a tactical mastermind at the helm and that’s why ex-player Derek Brazil reckons they are sure to beat Arsenal on Sunday.
Manchester United’s board might be frustrated by the success of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer - because it will make their decision this summer even more difficult.
Jermaine Jenas reckons Tottenham's players and fans are worried what the approaches of Manchester United might mean for Mauricio Pochettino.
Tottenham’s lack of investment in their squad could cost them a top four finish in the Premier League, according to former player Paul Stewart.
Arsenal manager Unai Emery must give Mesut Ozil 'must be given the chance to play against a big team' like Tottenham, according to Lee Dixon.
Tottenham fans have two major causes for concern ahead of Saturday’s North London derby, according to their former player Brian Statham.
Arsenal legend Bob Wilson is desperate to see Mesut Ozil in action more often after watching him impress against Bournemouth - but admits he can be frustrating to watch when not on form.
Chelsea have never replaced the likes of John Terry and Frank Lampard in the dressing room and the resulting lack of leadership makes them a difficult side to trust, according to one of their former players.
Carl Froch wants Chris Eubank Jr to head back to the middleweight division and pursue another all-British bout against Billy Joe Saunders.
Brendan Rodgers will have to work hard but former Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins reckons he will make it his mission to source the best young talent available.
Kepa Arrizabalaga will regret his actions during the dying minutes of yesterday's Carabao Cup because he has undermined his manager Maurizio Sarri.
Manchester United should start planning a mass clearout in the summer and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer must be at the heart of the decision-making process, according to one former player.
Brendan Rodgers will be asked to get Leicester into the top six of the Premier League if he takes over at Leicester, according to one former Foxes man.
Anthony Joshua might make boxing fans wait years to see him unify the division with a fight against Deontay Wilder or Tyson Fury.
Peter Schmeichel should have kept his concerns about Claude Puel to himself, according to ex-Leicester City boss Peter Taylor.
Chelsea’s key players must look at themselves and ask whether they have given Maurizio Sarri the best chance to succeed at Stamford Bridge, according to Dennis Wise.
England must use Elliot Daly’s left foot and kick with intelligence today or Wales full-back Liam Williams will have a massive impact on their Six Nations clash.
James DeGale could pay the price for a long, hard professional career when he comes up against Chris Eubank Jr tonight, according to Glenn McCrory.
Gareth Anscombe's selection at fly-half ahead of Dan Biggar is a reflection of Wales coach Warren Gatland's faith in his squad, according to Shane Williams.
Wales and England will both be desperate to win every individual battle on Saturday when they clash in Cardiff but Robert Sidoli reckons the second row will be a particularly keenly fought area and one that could dictate the result.
Jofra Archer left Sussex fast bowler Tymal Mills scratching his head when he first burst onto the scene - because he could not understand why he hadn't already been signed up.
Mesut Ozil should be able to get back into the Arsenal side when Aaron Ramsey leaves in the summer, according to one former Gunner.
Liverpool are still more than capable of beating Bayern Munich over two legs, according to former player Terry McDermott.
QPR could have hung onto a point against West Brom last night if they had kept Luke Freeman on the pitch, according to one former winger.
Maurizio Sarri must not be sacked - even if Chelsea lose to Manchester City at the weekend - because he has been let down by the club's transfer dealings.
Paul Pogba's goal last night was reminiscent of some of Manchester United's best midfielders, according to one former player.
Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino must start to win trophies or his work will not mean much, according to ex-Arsenal goalkeeper Bob Wilson.
Arsenal must prioritise buying a leader when - and if - Unai Emery enters the transfer market this summer, according to one former Gunner.
Tottenham legend Gary Mabbutt is desperate to have Spurs play their potential Champions League quarter-final in their new stadium.
Chelsea need their manager to come with a plan B or a plan C if they are to turn their form around and qualify for next year's Champions League, according to Clive Walker.
Manchester United must try to silence the “crazy” crowd at the Parc des Princes with an early goal and then ex-player Ben Thornley believes they have a chance to reverse their 2-0 defeat to Paris Saint-Germain.
Declan Rice could have made playing for Ireland work for him, according to David Connolly.
Manchester United will need to break the bank to compete at the highest level if they bring in Mauricio Pochettino this summer, according to one former player.
England have left some of their own fans scratching heads with their selections in the West Indies, not least former player Chris Cowdrey.
Gordon Banks passed away on Monday night at the age of 81 and fellow goalkeeper Bob Wilson joined Love Sport Radio to remember his good friend.
Manchester United must reward Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s achievements as caretaker manager by giving him the position full-time, according to one former player.
Chelsea lack an on-field leader like John Terry and Blues legend Ron ‘Chopper’ Harris is worried that it could cost Maurizio Sarri his job.
West Ham should be targeting qualification for European football by their Premier League finish next season, according to Marlon Harewood.
Liverpool legend Roy Evans has called on the club’s fans to “chill out” and enjoy the pressure generated by a punishing title challenge.
England flanker James Haskell reckons Chris Ashton’s inclusion in the England starting XV to play France this Sunday would be a tactical decision.
France must have a clear game plan if they are to beat England on Sunday, according to flanker Serge Betsen.
Manchester City 'dodged two bullets' in missing out on Alexis Sanchez and Jorginho in previous transfer windows, according to former player Gary Owen.
Scotland legend Gavin Hastings has described Gregor Townsend’s decision to drop Blair Kinghorn for the forthcoming Ireland game as a brave call.
Equine flu could see horse-racing suspended in the UK beyond the end of next week, according to legendary former jockey Willie Carson.
Jonny May’s excellent work-rate and attitude have helped make him one of England’s most improved players according to ex-international and World Cup finalist Mark Cueto.
Liverpool and Manchester City's battle for the Premier League title will come down to the Champions League and the performance of Tottenham, according to one ex-player.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has restored Manchester United’s belief according to former Red Devils winger Gordon Hill, who warned a new manager might derail the club’s progress.
QPR must relish the prospect of a first FA Cup fifth round tie in two decades when they host Watford, says the club’s ex-winger Andy Sinton.
Liverpool fans have been urged not to fear the worst by former player Nick Tanner after their failure to beat West Ham and restore a five-point lead at the top of the table on Monday.
Liverpool legend Terry McDermott has backed his former club to rediscover their form and insists they are simply going through a minor blip.
Arsenal must learn to adopt the right mentality away from home or they will once again miss out of Champions League football.
Marco Silva must be given time to make his mark at Everton according to former Toffees striker Kevin Campbell.
Emile Heskey believes his former club Liverpool can secure their first Premier League title this season because they have evolved in the tighter games.