It's a bonus Saturday Mailbox, with plenty of reaction to the most alarming...
Compared to the majority of the last decade, these are happy times for...
t's a bonus Saturday Mailbox, with plenty of reaction to the most alarming 0-0 draw...
hich newspapers went for the full 'ass' and which pretended Louis van Gaal said...
Marco Parolo scored twice as Lazio heaped more woe on Milan, who had Philippe Mexes sent off in a 3-1 defeat.
Sampdoria appear set to complete the signing of Samuel Eto'o.
Xherdan Shaqiri is fired up for Sunday's home match against Torino with Inter Milan looking to climb the Serie A table.
Paul Pogba’s agent says the midfielder will be staying at Juventus this month but he has not ruled out a move in the summer.
Everton striker Samuel Eto’o is in Italy finalising a deal to join Serie A side Sampdoria, according to Sky sources.
Napoli survived a thrilling clash with Udinese and live to fight another day in the defence of their Coppa Italia crown.
irst Townsend, now Chiles. What next ITV? Comedy that you can actually watch without vomiting up your own spleen? I'll be sad to see Matt Smith go though. I actually quite like him. Plus, he was good in Doctor Who.
e's like Jay from Inbetweeners. Could've had him, had him, didn't want him, turned him down.
wful, awful pundit. He was crap on BBC, and offered a little more analysis than Robbie Savage - apart from the delivery of banality in a sexy accent. Also, as I'm Irish he'll never be more then a slimy, hand-balling f**ker in my eyes.
Gus Poyet has challenged his players to use their match against fellow relegation contenders Burnley as a turning point.
Diafra Sakho popped up at the back post to help West Ham secure a 1-0 win at Bristol City in the FA Cup fourth round.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge spoke of his delight after returning to full training on Sunday.
It's a bonus Saturday Mailbox, with plenty of reaction to the most alarming 0-0 draw in Manchester United's recent history. At what point do we worry about Louis van Gaal?
It's all very well talking about formations and United's defensive problems, but shouldn't their expensive attacking options be doing better? And we talk psychology...