Marcus Rashford should remember that even Thierry Henry had to do his time as an apprentice striker at the top level and stay at Manchester United, according to one former Red Devils striker.
Steven Gerrard is already piling the pressure on his former manager Brendan Rogers after Celtic’s squad lost several key players over the summer while Rangers only improved, according to BT Sport pundit Chris Sutton.
Liverpool could have the attraction of Jurgen Klopp to thank if they beat Tottenham to the services of Nicolo Barella, according to one Italian football expert.
Liverpool have enough depth to replace Robert Firmino even if the Brazilian is ruled out of their Champions League clash with Paris Saint-Germain tonight, according to ex-Liverpool goalkeeper Chris Kirkland.
Eden Hazard could match Cristiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi if he learns how to push himself to the limit, according to one former Chelsea player.
West Ham went back to basics with a hard-working midfield to record their first Premier League win of the season, according to Danny Gabbidon.
Everton are moving forward under Marco Silva, claims Leon Osman, and that's why fans will stick by the team despite losing to bottom side West Ham at home yesterday.
Petr Cech is not to blame for his apparent struggles to adapt to the ball-playing requirements of new Arsenal manager Unai Emery, insists former Gunners goalkeeper John Lukic.
Marcus Rashford will not continue to develop as a player to unless he leaves Manchester United, according to one ex-Premier League striker.
Tottenham will not play in their new stadium until March at the earliest because crucial safety features will not be finished, Love Sport Radio can exclusively reveal.
Tottenham Hotspur Supporters’ Trust board member Martin Buhagier has expressed his frustration at the lack of information supplied to fans over the delays to the construction of the new stadium.
Gareth Southgate risked 'serious injury' to Harry Kane by giving him too many minutes for England, according to one former Tottenham star.
Deontay Wilder is not the most dangerous heavyweight in the world in Barry McGuigan's eyes but the former featherweight champion knows the American is not short of power.
Keaton Jennings may only average 22 with the bat for England but Adam Hollioake wants the selectors to stick by him for the tour of Sri Lanka.
Marcus Rashford scored the winner for England against Switzerland last night and one former England winger reckons he has cemented his place over Raheem Sterling as Harry Kane's replacement.
West Ham have lost their first four games of the season and with a tough run of fixtures coming up, club legend Trevor Brooking is worried that things might not get much better any time soon.
Alastair Cook's stubborn streak might be the key to his success in Test cricket, according to the man who will oversee the next three years of his career.
Frank Lampard is only a month into his first season as a manager but Derby County goalkeeper Scott Carson says he has already put his stamp on the squad.
John Barnes reckons Gareth Southgate is only planning on staying in the England job for another two years because the team are unlikely to improve given the state of English football.
England cricketer James Vince has been chosen as the man to bat at No 3 by Angus Fraser, a former selector in the national set-up.
Ryder Cup wildcard pick Sergio Garcia has been backed to emulate Seve Ballesteros and rock Team USA at Le National later this month.
Roger Federer is 37 and still going strong - but why? Craig O'Shannessy talks about the transformation of his body and his game.