It was Sir Terry Pratchett who once wrote that no-one finally dies until the ripples they have left fade away. Apply that to football management and, beyond all the traditional judgements about trophies and win percentages, there is surely no living coach with a better shot at imRead More »
Hibernian and Rangers both face a kick-off change for their last-16 ties which are due to clash with the Duke of Edinburgh’s funeral.
Tottenham threw away another lead and more precious points as their hopes of a top-four finish were dealt a potentially fatal blow by a 3-1 defeat to Manchester United. If you missed the action at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium, fear not: this Spurs display was alarmingly familiar, making it 18 points dropped from winning positions this season. Given their tendency to lose leads and United’s to launch stirring comebacks, it was hardly surprising when goals from Fred, Edinson Cavani and Mason Greenwood completed a second-half turnaround for the visitors after Heung-min Son’s fired Spurs ahead shortly before the interval.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer wants to see the striker scoring “in front of a full Stretford End”