Manchester United cruised to a 1-0 win against Wolverhampton this weekend as the EPL for matchday 3 comes to an end. A superb strike from Manchester United striker, Mason Greenwood won the game for them. In the goal build-up, United midfielder, Paul Pogba made a rough tackle against Ruben Neves which was ignored by the referee, resulting in a goal.
The Scotland team were officially knocked out of the Euros last night after a 3:1 defeat against Croatia. With moments of magic from Modric and Perisic, Scotland fans were shown the exit door away from the tournament. Graeme Sourness has blasted the team performance at Hampden Park, the Scotland legend frustrated and disappointed about the result.
Graeme Souness, a Sky Sports pundit, has described Liverpool's Mohamed Salah as "the most selfish player I've ever seen." Salah has established himself as one of Europe's most prolific forwards since joining Liverpool in 2017. In 214 games for the Reds, the Egyptian has 137 goals.
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An angry Graeme Souness has blasted Manchester United star Bruno Fernandes for his grumpiness, in Portugal's defeat by Germany. Souness who was a former coach feels "Bruno Fernandes would not have lasted more than five minutes in his dressing room". The Scottish former professional football player, manager, and current pundit on Sky Sports had strong words to say about Bruno Fernandes' attitude toward Portugal.
Manchester United gets their Premier League season underway as they ran out victorious in a 5-1 win against Leeds United on Saturday Paul Pogba provided four assists in Manchester United's first game of the season. But according to Goal, Graeme Souness still isn't that impressed. Graeme Souness is a Scottish former professional football player, manager, and current pundit on Sky Sports.
So the story goes, Schmeichel wrote to Liverpool in 1991 professing his admiration for the recently dethroned league champions and asked for a trial. With Bruce Grobbelaar coming towards the end of his time at Anfield, Souness considered his options and pondered making a move for Schmeichel before ultimately deciding to stick with Grobbelaar and his deputy, Mike Hooper, with David James lined up as Grobbelaar’s ultimate successor. Schmeichel famously went on to sign for Sir Alex Ferguson and Manchester United.
Terry Cooper, a well-known former defender, died at the age of 77. He joined Southampton as an assistant to Graeme Souness in the 1996/97 season, alongside Phil Boersma, the trio having previously worked together at Middlesbrough. Terry remained with the club even after Souness' departure, working as a long-serving scout primarily in Europe, where his eye for a player helped Saints outbid rival clubs on many successful signings.
Chelsea linked with Juventus midfielder The blues have been linked with Juventus midfielder Adrien Rabiot as Juventus looks to make some sale so as to strength their squad.
Roy Evans is the youngest ever coach in the Football League at only 25. Roy Evans has been appointed reserve team trainer at Liverpool Football Club. Evans is the youngest ever coach in the Football League at only 25. Bob Paisley, Liverpool's new manager was happy with the latest addition to Reds' coaching staff: "We have had Roy in mind for a job like this for some time. He knows the game well and has the right approach to control and guide players." Chairman John Smith added: "I am delighted that Roy has
"Maybe Manchester United should be looking at the medical staff here at Goodison. "They got (Andre) Gomes back in a fraction of the time with what would appear to be a far worse injury. "I know I'm jumping in here and all the medics will be jumping up and down. It's just the cynic in me. "I see Paul Pogba dancing at a wedding and shooting hoops. The cynic in me says he doesn't want to be at United. How can you not want to play for Man United? "Someone give me the odds (on him leaving)." Paul Pogba could ret
After Chelsea defeated Sheffield United by 4-1 over the weekend, a couple of players have been commended in their win due to the beautiful performance they put out. The likes of Ziyech, Silva and Timo Werner all put in stand out performances for Frank Lampard's team, but one player who actually caught the eye of sky sports pundit Souness is Chelsea's Mason Mount. The Chelsea graduate played all 90 minutes in the blues victory over Sheffield United, as he played alongside Kante and Kovacic in midfield. Although
Arsenal worries continue as they closer to the relegation zone. After their 2-1 loss to Everton. Many Arsenal fans are frustrated with the performance of the team currently. Many fans are blasting William for his display in the game. Here are some of their reactions against William - Not sure I've ever watched a player before and thought he simply isn't trying, until tonight. Willian should not be coming out for the second half. - I wonder why journalists never ask Mikel about him? A guaranteed starter that
Recently, this pundit is a main critic of Manchester United’s ace, Paul Pogba. He always found a way out of nothing to criticize Pogba’s play. Recently, Paul Pogba was asked about him, and he said "I didn't even know who he was, really. I heard he was a great player and stuff like that. I know the face, but not the name," he said. Souness added: "The oldest saying in football comes to mind, put your medals on the table, and I've got a big table!" Now, let’s compare both players. Graeme Souness:
Sky Sports pundit, Graeme Souness, has once again slammed Video Assistant Referee (VAR), after it allowed a Liverpool goal and denied Wolves theirs, as the Premier League leaders won 1-0 on Sunday. According to him, "we cannot go on like this". Souness even went ahead to propose a change to the offside rule, which he believes will cut out most of the controversy. "The ball ends up in the back of the net, you think it's perfectly fine, but then you have to wait," Souness said in the studio. "I just don't get
Former Liverpool captain and TV pundit Graeme Souness has lashed out at the entire team that officiated yesterday's Merseyside Derby in the English Premier League for failing to punish Everton goalkeeper Jordan Pickford for a wicked challenge on Liverpool's Virgil Van Dijk. Souness was also furious at the challenge from Pickford which injured Van Dijk and could not understand how the officials had not punished the Everton goalkeeper. Rather, the Video Assistant Referee focused on stopping play for Van Dijk being
Liverpool legend Graeme Souness, offen questioned Paul Pogba's commitment to Manchester United.Souness was initially reluctant to talk about Pogba as he’s often rebuked for the way he criticises the 27-year-old. The Sky Sports presenter then intervened and said: “We can’t just criticise Paul Pogba even when he’s not playing, Graeme!”The Scot claims Pogba would be a ‘doddle to play against’. And how we’d all have loved to have seen a peak Souness go out and attempt to prove his point. Paul
The animosity between Paul Pogba and Graeme Souness has nearly reached a saturation point - at least for the fans. Tribuna.com takes a look at how the duo could bury the hatchet as soon as and for all. Even a pandemic that has claimed the lives of two million people globally is not enough to halt the struggle of words between Paul Pogba and Graeme Souness. The former Liverpool player has been notorious for his terrible - if not borderline nasty - comments about the Manchester United star for the reason that
Sky Sports intellectual, Graeme Souness, has by and by hammered Video Assistant Referee (VAR), after it permitted a Liverpool objective and denied Wolves theirs, as the Premier League pioneers won 1-0 on Sunday. As per him, "we can't go on like this". Souness even proceeded to propose a change to the offside rule, which he accepts will remove the majority of the contention. "The ball winds up in the rear of the net, you believe it's superbly fine, yet then you need to pause," Souness said in the studi
The former Newcastle manager while speaking to sky sports this evening praised muorinho for his hardwork at tothenham.According to him, he tried his best even though the club might not be going to the champions league next season, at least they have a finals to play against mancity.