Wilder has ‘lost the plot’ over Fury claims, Deeney says Man United players don’t respect Solskjaer, Rangers suspend duo, Southampton relief over Ings injury

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Follow the latest sports news, gossip and expert opinion on the big talking points.

Plus, we react to all the weekend’s Premier League action, with Ole Gunnar Solskjaer finding himself under fire after Manchester United’s defeat to Arsenal.

We’ll also build up to the Fulham vs West Brom and Leeds vs Leicester fixtures which take place on Monday night.

HEADLINE STORIES

  • Manchester United players ‘don’t respect’ Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, claims Troy Deeney who says Norwegian is NOT the right man for the job
  • Troy Deeney vs Neil Custis: Head-to-head row over Manchester United and why Harry Maguire doesn’t face same criticism as Paul Pogba over poor form
  • Tottenham will NOT win Premier League title this season says Troy Deeney, who claims ‘you can’t rely on Gareth Bale’ if Son and Kane are injured
  • Southampton handed major injury boost as scans reveal Danny Ings suffered no serious damage to knee in Aston Villa win
  • Rangers suspend players Jordan Jones and George Edmundson who breached coronavirus regulations and must now self-isolate
  • Jose Mourinho pokes fun at Real Madrid after Gareth Bale reopens Tottenham account – ‘I will look at their website to see what they say’
  • ‘Maybe I was a bit out of breath’ – Manchester United midfielder Paul Pogba says sorry for ‘stupid mistake’ in damaging defeat to Arsenal
  • Premier League clubs to review £14.95 pay-per-view fee this week with bosses under pressure to scrap PPV during second lockdown 
  • Roy Keane blasts Marcus Rashford, ‘doesn’t see men’ in Manchester United team and claims players will cost Ole Gunnar Solskjaer his job
  • Tony Bellew explains why Deontay Wilder’s allegations regarding Tyson Fury defeat are ‘impossible’, believes American has ‘lost the plot’
  • Deontay Wilder threatens Tyson Fury with lawsuit if trilogy fight does not happen next, insists contractual rematch clause is still valid

 



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