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




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.


Rashford's future, Lloris retains the armband, and Broad looks set to miss out this winter

Marcus Rashford's reportedly determined to stay at Manchester United and fight for his first team place. Hugo Lloris looks set to remain as Tottenham captain, despite being convicted of drink-driving. And, it's understood England are to drop Stuart Broad for the tour to Sri Lanka - which is live on talkSPORT and talkSPORT2.


England beat Switzerland, but suffer "embarrassing" 1st half, and Cook hails Anderson as the greatest

Marcus Rashford helps England avoid a record 4th straight defeat, as England beat Switzerland 1-0 live on talkSPORT: But there were stern words at half-time, after what Danny Rose described as an 'embarrassing' first-half performance: And the departing Alistair Cook hails record breaking Jimmy Anderson as England's greatest ever cricketer:


Kane rested by Southgate, Cook hits final Test century and Rose becomes world number one

England are to rest Harry Kane for tonight's friendly against Switzerland, as the Three Lions look to avoid a fourth straight defeat. Alastair Cook reportedly offered to stand down before the fifth test against India, before then signing off with an unforgettable century. And Justin Rose says it's the stuff of " boyhood dreams" after finally becoming the world's number one golfer.


Southgate in search of the next Gascoigne, Djokovic win his third US Open title and Cook closing in on the perfect parting gift

On the agenda this Monday morning: Gareth Southgate says Paul Gascoigne has been England's only world class midfielder over the last 50 years. Novak Djokovic claims his third US Open title, with a straights set victory over Juan Martin del Potro. Alastair Cook needs 54 runs if he's to sign off his England career with a century.


Martial's should I stay or should I go?, Wales hit four! And, Southgate's shot at no1

Anthony Martial's binned contract talks at Manchester United, until he knows whether Jose Mourinho is staying or leaving... according to reports. Wales stick FOUR past the Republic of Ireland in the Nations League, in Ryan Giggs' first competitive game in charge. Gareth Southgate urges England to become the best team in the world - ahead of THEIR games against Spain and Switzerland.


Spurs Pay for Delay, Leroy drive Kroos inSANE, and Cookie's not for U-turning

The Premier League could order Tottenham to play their ENTIRE SEASON of home games at Wembley. Manchester City's Leroy Sane's accused of not caring if he wins or loses by Germany teammate Toni Kroos. Alistair Cook vowes NEVER to come out of international retirement, even if England's cricketers are in crisis.


Shaw reveals he almost lost a leg, Woods roars into Ryder Cup team and Nadal beats Thiem

On the agenda this Wednesday morning: England's Luke Shaw reveals he was lucky not to lose a leg after a horrific double fracture in 2015. Tiger Woods roars back into the US Ryder Cup team after being named as one of captain Jim Furyk's wildcard picks. After almost five hours on court, Rafael Nadal beats Dominic Thiem in a five-set tiebreaker at the US Open.


Man City demand cash from Spurs, Kane now an England doubt, and Federer out of US Open

Manchester City want Spurs to pay for their fans' travel, after next month's Premier League clash at Wembley was moved back a day. Having already lost Raheem Sterling, Harry Kane is now a fitness doubt for England boss Gareth Southgate. And Roger Federer's suffered a shock defeat at the US Open tennis, losing in 4 sets to Aussie John Millman.


Pochettino's warning, A rash of blood to the head, and Root's vision

A furious Mauricio Pochettino tells his Spurs players to try harder, following their 2-1 defeat to Watford Jose Mourinho brands Marcus Rashford "naive," after he was sent off in Manchester United's 2 nil win at Burnley: After sealing a series win over India, Joe Root says he has a "clear vision" of how England's cricketers will get better:


Another twist in the Mourinho saga, Burnley out of Europa League, and work to do for England's cricketers

The power battle at Manchester United takes a new twist, with Ed Woodward now watching Jose Mourinho's training sessions... according to reports. Celtic and Rangers are through to the Europa League group stages, but Sean Dyche's Burnley crash out to Olympiakos. And England's cricketers have plenty of work to do on day 2 of the 4th test with India, despite the heroics of Sam Curran.


Board hand Martial new deal, Newcastle latest EFL cup victims, and Murray out of US Open

Anthony Martial could sign a new 5-year contract at Manchester United, as the striker thinks he'll outlast Jose Mourinho. Elsewhere Newcastle crash out of the Caribao Cup at the hands of Nottingham Forest - after three goals in injury time! And there are no Brits left in the singles draw at the US Open tennis - already - as Andy Murray bows out in round two.


Mourinho on the brink, Cardiff & Huddersfield crash out of EFL Cup, and Konta out of US Open

Manchester United's players and staff reportedly believe Jose Mourinho could be sacked if he loses again at Burnley on Sunday. Premier League side's Cardiff and Huddersfield crash out of the Carabao Cup - but West Ham, Bournemouth and Leicester are safely through. And British number one Johanna Konta is knocked out of the US Open in the first round for the second successive year.


More Mourinho misery, and Murray makes the second round

Jose Mourinho's on the brink, as Manchester United lose again in their worst start to a season since 1992: The pressure's certainly starting to show, as the Special One storms out of his post match media conference: And Andy Murray's made a successful return to Grand Slam tennis - he's through to the second round of the US Open:


Burnley's Euro struggle, Liverpool's billions and Ashton's seven week ban

Burnley score in Greece but struggle in their Europa League play off Reports today claim Liverpool's owners turned down a two-BILLION pound buy-out offer. And rugby union's Chris Ashton will start the season with a seven week ban for an illegal tackle.


Woodward's personal flyover, Kodija rescues & Cipriani set for England again?

Jose Mourinho's vowed to stay at Manchester United, as the fans turn on executive vice-chairman Ed Woodward. Wigan stun Stoke in the Championship, while Jonathan Kodjia rescues Aston Villa. And the RFU find Danny Cipriani guilty of misconduct - but choose NOT to penalise him further.