Today’s rumours, gossip and social media round-up from around the web
Tag: Sky Sports
Liverpool full-back Trent Alexander-Arnold hailed a “massive win” as the Premier League champions-elect moved to the brink of clinching the title.
Watford captain Troy Deeney has thanked the Premier League for giving the Black Lives Matter campaign such a high profile platform.
More than five million people watched Sunday’s Merseyside derby as Sky Sports registered record viewing figures in the United Kingdom for a live Premier League match.
Technical issues saw some fans miss the opening exchanges of the Championship’s return.
Slaven Bilic insists West Brom are ready to hit the ground running as they prepare for the Sky Bet Championship restart.
The BBC will televise Manchester City’s away match against Southampton on July 5.
Pep Guardiola was pleased by Manchester City’s roaring return to action against Arsenal after the lengthy coronavirus suspension.
Raheem Sterling believes all players taking the knee as the Premier League restarted proves that the Black Lives Matters movement is heading in the right direction.
The Scottish Professional Football League is ready to utilise Hampden to get as many fans as possible into games when crowds return.
The Premier League is set to return on June 17, subject to Government approval.
Hearts owner Ann Budge has criticised Scottish football’s voting set-up after her league reconstruction plans encountered more opposition.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho has predicted a drastic change in the transfer market once football returns.
Watford manager Nigel Pearson has raised concerns about a coronavirus-related death in the Premier League and urged caution before a decision is made about whether to resume the season.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp has joked the biggest lesson he has learned during lockdown is how opinionated Gary Neville is.
Tottenham boss Jose Mourinho admits he “misses our world” with normal life turned upside down by the coronavirus pandemic.
Gary Neville has stressed football would not return for months were it not for the huge economic impact of coronavirus.
Rising star Billy Gilmour was thrilled to make his Chelsea first-team breakthrough ahead of the coronavirus shutdown and is hoping a Scotland call-up will eventually follow.
Declan Rice admitted his relief at the “stress” of trying to salvage West Ham’s place in the Premier League being temporarily lifted by the coronavirus-enforced suspension of football in this country.
Celtic captain Scott Brown says he and his team-mates want to retain their Scottish Premiership title on the pitch as the midfielder revealed his preference for the 2019-20 season to be played to its conclusion.