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‘Declan Rice is a huge loss for Republic of Ireland’

Republic of Ireland legend Tony Cascarino has told talkSPORT he is ‘gutted’ Declan Rice has chosen to switch his international allegiance to England. After months of uncertainty, the West Ham midfielder confirmed on Wednesday he has decided to represent the Three Lions, despite making three senior appearances for the Boys in Green. But as those […]

‘Jan Vertonghen can play anywhere’ – Harry Redknapp hails Tottenham defender’s sensational performance in victory over Borussia Dortmund

Harry Redknapp has claimed Jan Vertonghen ‘can play anywhere’ after his immense performance inspired Tottenham to a 3-0 victory over Borussia Dortmund in the Champions League. The Belgian was a revelation playing in the left wing-back position, with his goal and assist helping Spurs put one foot in the quarter-finals. With injuries forcing Mauricio Pochettino […]

West Ham starlet should NOT be allowed to play for England, says Dean Saunders – ‘Once you play for Ireland, you’re Irish!’

Dean Saunders has criticised midfielder Declan Rice for his decision to switch his allegiance from Republic of Ireland to England. After months of speculation, West Ham starlet Rice confirmed on Wednesday he has pledged his international future to the Three Lions – despite the 20-year-old making three senior appearances in a green shirt. Rice was born […]

Frank Warren blasts Eddie Hearn on talkSPORT after Anthony Joshua vs Jarrell Miller is confirmed and teases Tyson Fury announcement

Frank Warren has hit out at Eddie Hearn on talkSPORT, accusing his fellow boxing promoter of ‘talking a load of rubbish’. It was announced on Wednesday that Britain’s WBA, IBF and WBO champion Anthony Joshua, who Hearn promotes, will take on Jarrell Miller at Madison Square Garden, New York on June 1. Deontay Wilder, Tyson Fury and […]

Confused? Here’s my guide to Valentine’s Day in the #MeToo era | Max Liu | Opinion

Back in the 90s, I didn’t realise my unrequited advances might be ‘scary’. Times have changed – .for the betterI’ve always liked Valentine’s Day, and believe men who dismiss it as commercialised nonsense are joyless tightwads. My enthusiasm dates back to primary school. My teacher made us cut scraps of shiny red paper into heart shapes, glue them to flimsy cards, and write messages inside to our mums – although I remember wanting to give my card to a girl named Demelza. Related: Japanese women p...