Your daily roundup of news and breakthroughs in the world of sport from the world's biggest sports radio station

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Your daily roundup of news and breakthroughs in the world of sport from the world's biggest sports radio station




England Vs Sri Lanka, Another Scholsey Scoulding, and O'Neill's pressure

England's cricketers bid to go 2-0 up in their one-day series in Sri Lanka later - live here on talkSPORT 2 with all the build up from 0930. Paul Scholes has launched another attack on Jose Mourinho, claiming even Lionel Messi would struggle at Old Trafford under the Special One. And the pressure's mounting on Republic of Ireland boss Martin O'Neill, after Wales win 1-0 in Dublin in the Nations League.


England reign in Spain, Goals like buses for Sterling, and England's injury blow

England taste victory in Spain for the first time in 31 years, winning 3-2 in a thrilling Nations League clash live on talkSPORT: Manchester City's Raheem Sterling also ended his OWN drought, scoring his first England goals for three years: And Moeen Ali's told talkSPORT 2 that the injured Liam Dawson will be a big loss for England's remaining ODIs in Sri Lanka:


Southgate blames the Premier League for leaving his England players knackered, Ramos reckons Kane could thrive in La Liga and Eddie Jones' England plans for the Autumn Internationals are in turmoil

On the agenda this Monday morning: Ahead of England's Nations League match against Spain tonight, Gareth Southgate has blamed the Premier League for leaving his England players knackered. Spain skipper Sergio Ramos reckons Harry Kane could thrive in La Liga Eddie Jones' England plans for the Autumn Internationals are in turmoil


The New Villain, Bailly to North London? And Shane's warning for Root

Aston Villa appoint Dean Smith as their new Head Coach, with John Terry as his assistant. Tottenham have reportedly joined rivals Arsenal in the race to sign Manchester United outcast Eric Bailly. And Jos Buttler should replace Joe Root as England Test captain - that's according to Australian cricket legend Shane Warne.


Rooney backs Mourinho, Pogba return to Juventus ruled out and Hazard torn between Chelsea and Real Madrid

On the agenda this Tuesday morning: Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney blames the players, not Jose Mourinho for their poor start to the season. United are reportedly in danger of losing as many as 10 star players should Mourinho survive the rest of the season. And Eden Hazard admits he's torn between signing a new contract at Chelsea and a move to Real Madrid.


Morata ends his goal drought, Arsenal make it eight wins in a row and England's winter is underway

On the agenda this Friday morning: Tears of joy for Alvaro Morata who ended his goal drought in Chelsea's 1-0 win over Vidi in the Europa League. It's now eight wins in a row in all competitions for Arsenal after a 3-0 win against Qarabag. England's cricketers are currently in action ahead of the first ODI against Sri Lanka.


Messi magic at Wembley, Insigne strikes late to break Liverpool hearts and United hierarchy have lost faith in Mourinho

On the agenda this Thursday morning: Tottenham's Champions League ambitions hang by a thread after a Lionel Messi masterclass at Wembley. A last minute winner sinks Liverpool, who lost 1-0 to Napoli. The Manchester United board have reportedly lost faith in Jose Mourinho who faces the sack next week.


Scholes brands Mourinho an ’embarrassment', City leave it late in Europe and the pressure mounts on Bruce

On the agenda this Wednesday morning: Paul Scholes brands Jose Mourinho an ’embarrassment' as Manchester United were held to a goalless draw against Valencia in the Champions League. Manchester City left it late, but secured a vital 2-1 victory against Hoffenheim. And the pressure mounts on Steve Bruce after a dramatic end to Aston Villa's 3-3 draw with bottom of the table Preston.


Pogba's 'him or me', Bournemouth up to 7th, and Johnson VS Koepka

It's a case of him or me as Paul Pogba reportedly says he'll quit Manchester United, unless Jose Mourinho's gone by January. There's late penalty drama at the Vitality, where Bouremouth have gone 7th in the Premier League after beating Crystal Palace 2-1. And Americans Dustin Johnson and Brooks Koepka almost came to blows at the European Ryder Cup team party - according to reports this morning.


Eur simply the best!, More misery for Mourinho, and don't blame it on the special one!

Europe's stars have been celebrating winning back the Ryder Cup, following a momentous 17.5-10.5 victory over the USA: Jose Mourinho is reportedly concerned for his future at Manchester United - after getting a call from Zinedine Zidane. And The Red Devil's Luke Shaw insists the players - not The Special One - are not to blame for their 'horrendous' form.


Ryder Cup build-up, Hazard magic and Southgate new contract

A goal-of-the-season contender earns Chelsea a 2-1 win over Liverpool in the Carabao Cup. Jose Mourinho wants to sell Paul Pogba in January and insists the Manchester United board back him And Gareth Southgate is finally set to sign a new four-year contract to remain as England manager.


It's Paul over, Pogba ArmBANNED, and Pep's a big Foden fan

Manchester United were knocked out of the Carabao Cup via penalties on a dramatic night at Old Trafford Paul Pogba is reportedly on his way to Barcelona - after being told he will never captain the club again by Jose Mourinho: And after a man-of the match performance on talkSPORT2 - Phil Foden can become a Manchester City legend - that according to Pep Guardiola:


Mourinho blasted Pogba in dressing room, Modric named FIFA player of the year and Ryder Cup build-up

On the agenda this Tuesday: Jose Mourinho gave Paul Pogba a dressing room dressing down after his mistake led to Wolves equaliser on Saturday. Luka Modric is named FIFA player of the year. And Europe and America's golfers take to the course in Paris for the first time this morning ahead of the Ryder Cup, a tournament Ian Poulter feared he'd never play in again.


Tiger Woods is back, another Pogba attack, and Sarri slams Chelsea

Tigers Woods looks in ominous form for the Ryder Cup, winning the season-ending Tour Championship - his first victory in 5 years: Paul Pogba's launched a scathing attack on Manchester United boss Jose Mourihno, claiming his tactics are too negative. And Chelsea manager Maurizio Sarri admits his side are "a year behind" Premier League leaders Liverpool.


Aubameyang at the double, Lloris injury affected by stress of drink-driving charge and Burns to earn England call-up

On the agenda this Friday morning: Arsenal, Chelsea and Celtic all began their Europa League campaigns with a win, but Rangers draw in Spain. Mauricio Pochettino admits Hugo Lloris' thigh injury may have been triggered by his drink-driving shame. And Surrey opener Rory Burns will reportedly earn an England call-up as they name their Test side for the tour to Sri Lanka this afternoon.


Lyon shock Man City, Pogba teaches Young Boys a lesson, and Ronaldo sees red

Manchester City become the first English side to lose four consecutive Champions League games, going down 2-1 at home to Lyon. In contrast, a Paul Pogba-inspired Manchester United stick three past Young Boys in Switzerland - live on talkSPORT. And United old boy Christiano Ronaldo could miss out on facing his former side, after being sent off in Juventus' win at Valencia.


Firmino leaves it late to sink PSG, Inter comeback condemns Spurs to third straight defeat and Leeds make it eight games unbeaten

Jurgen Klopp hails Roberto Firmino after his injury-time winner sees Liverpool beat PSG 3-2 in the Champions League. Mauricio Pochettino launched an impassioned defence of his players following Tottenham's 2-1 injury-time defeat by Inter Milan. Leeds United extend their lead at the top of the Championship, thrashing Preston 3-0.


Brighton stun Southampton, Klopp warns PSG, and Poch likens Champions League to cows!

Jurgen Klopp warns PSG they've not seen a team like Liverpool, ahead of tonight's Champions League opener at Anfield. Struggling Spurs head to Inter Milan, with boss Mauricio Pochettino using a rather bizarre analogy to warn his players. And Brighton come from 2 goals down to earn a late share of the spoils in the Premier League's south coast derby.


Pochettino says he'd be 'crazy' to drop Kane, Yarmolenko gets West Ham off the mark and Yates wins first Grand Tour at Vuelta a Espana

On the agenda this Monday morning: Mauricio Pochettino says he'd be 'crazy' to drop Harry Kane for Tottenham's Champions League tie at Inter Milan. Andriy Yarmolenko gets West Ham off the mark in the Premier League, while Wolves condemn Burnley to another defeat. Simon Yates completes a clean sweep for British cyclists in this year's Grand Tours, by winning the Vuelta a Espana.


Everton could face points deduction, Sterling wants pay rise, and Lloris drink drive fallout

Everton face a possible points deduction for allegedly "tapping up" their manager Marco Silva. Raheem Sterling's asked Manchester City to raise his wages by a hundred thousand pounds, according to reports. And it's understood Tottenham captain Hugo Lloris volunteered to give up the armband after being caught drink-driving.