Sport News 24/7 Sports Editor David de Winter and Richard de Winter discuss the Home Nations’ chances in the upcoming Autumn Internationals, as well as Andy Murray’s recent upturn in form, and Jonathan Trott’s recall to the England Lions.
Sport News 24/7 By Danny Norman @TLE_Sport @dannynormanCOYS New boys Western Sydney Wanderers face Champions League destiny The idea of forming a brand new football team in the modern era is accompanied by a cynical feeling that a big motivating factor is money, and the desire of wealthy individuals and...Read More
Sport News 24/7 By Richard de Winter @TLE_Sport @rgdewinter The football fan is a fickle beast. Their opinions on players fluctuate from one extreme to another, often during the same game. It is perfectly acceptable to call for a player’s substitution and immediate expulsion from the first-team picture and praise...Read More
Sport News 24/7 Jim Mackney @JimMackney @TLE_Sport Before kick-off you could have forgiven Saints fans for being a little nervous about this evening’s League Cup 4th round tie against Stoke. After all, for all of the pretty football Saints play could they do it on a cold and windy Wednesday...Read More
Sport News 24/7 By David de Winter – Sports Editor @davidjdewinter @TLE_Sport When Mauricio Pochettino was poached from Southampton to become the new manager of Tottenham Hotspur, there were coos of appreciation from all sides. After guiding a very talented and aesthetically pleasing Saints side to 8th in the Premier...Read More
Sport News 24/7 By Jim Mackney @JimMackney @TLE_Sport It was the 18th of October 2014. There was a bubbling sense of excitement, the smell of hotdogs and flat Carlsberg filled the air along with the sound of a few thousand shuffling feet; the customary swell of noise as the players...Read More
By Jots du Jardin @jotsdujardin @TLE_Sport Stuart Lancaster’s squad selection is an admission that he’d be happy to only reach the quarter finals in next year’s World Cup. It’s the type of squad he believes he’ll need to beat Australia and Wales in 2015, not South Africa, New Zealand and...Read More