Former Ibrox hitman Billy Dodds has hailed two Rangers players.
Is Arsenal's club-record signing now adding another string to his bow?
Newcastle won yet another game on the weekend as they beat Ipswich 3-0 to extend their lead at the top of the table.
Mark Warburton’s Glasgow Rangers lost against Celtic in the Scottish League Cup on Sunday.
Danny Mills has suggested that Leicester's Premier League and Champions League form is similar to how Leeds performed in 2000-2001.
Mauricio Pochettino has revealed that Marcus Edwards has picked up an injury.
Liverpool are expected to mount a serious title challenge this season.
West Ham defender Angelo Ogbonna has commented on his relationship with Chelsea boss Antonio Conte.
Swansea City could only pick up a point against Watford at the Liberty Stadium on Saturday and there’s cause for concern.
Celtic beat Ibrox side Glasgow Rangers 1-0 at Hampden Park yesterday.
The usual Battle of Britain ballyhoo has been conspicuous by its absence as the teams at the top of the English and Scottish leagues prepare to meet in the Champions League on Wednesday.
There is a wonderful old sketch in The Goon Show when Throat, Neddie Seagoon and Justin Eidelburger, played by Spike Milligan and his partners in anarchy, Harry Secombe and Peter Sellers, intend to steal Napoleon’s piano and arrange to meet outside the Louvre on the second stroke of midnight. Except Seagoon arrives on the third stroke. “You’re late,” Eidelburger says. And the explanation is a thing of beauty. “Sorry,” Seagoon says, “my legs were slow.”
Close your eyes, Arsène. Now … Open them. Happy 20th anniversary! Yes, that’s right. It’s exactly what you’ve always wanted. For one perfect half at the Emirates Arsenal produced something sublime, 45 minutes that contained pretty much the full set of Wenger-isms entwined in a relentless performance of sinuous passing football.