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Paul Smith will be in the Ringside gym on Thursday night to reflect on his controversial loss to Arthur Abraham.
On FL72 Review...
Peter Beagrie joins George Gavin to review Charlton’s win at Championship leaders Norwich and assess the Football League after the first 10 games of the season.
Clarke: Hard and fair
The number one goal for all players and teams at the start of pre-season training is to make it to the Grand Final. It is the ‘aim of the game’ and four teams still have a chance of achieving it.
On Game Changers...
Arsenal star Aaron Ramsey will feature on this week’s Game Changers.
Morris: Toulon too strong
I’ve seen enough evidence in Toulon to back them for the Top 14 title.
Rob's Sky Bet tips
With Rob Lee having spent many hours commentating on the Ryder Cup for Sky Sports – and offering up his end-of-play thoughts on skysports.com – we decided to give him a rest from blog duty this week.
Barnes: Lancaster deal too soon
The RFU have been too hasty in handing Stuart Lancaster a contract until 2020, says Stuart Barnes.
Match-winner Nemanja Matic is now an integral part of Jose Mourinho’s Chelsea team, says Roberto di Matteo.
Tyler's stats and facts
Martin Tyler's stats and facts column is back. Read on to find out when some of the big clubs last named all-British XI's and how many Man Utd players have been sent off at Old Trafford in the Premier League...
NFL Power Rankings
It’s our unique Sky Sports Power Rankings, in four soccer-style divisions, and with ‘promotion’ and ‘relegation,’ as ranked by our US columnist Simon Veness.
Balague: Contenders not ready
If Real Madrid, Barcelona and Atletico Madrid are the three top teams in Spain, then what of the other contenders?
Neville blames Toon signings
Gary Neville says Alan Pardew is paying the price for failing to sign enough players with Premier League experience.
Ronaldo return 'two years off'
Cristiano Ronaldo would love to return to Manchester United, but it’s unlikely to happen in the next 12 months.
Carragher questions Mignolet
Jamie Carragher says Liverpool may need to look for another goalkeeper if Simon Mignolet fails to improve.
Souness: Stevie still a star
Wednesday night sees eight live Champions League matches on Sky Sports, including a big game for Liverpool at Basel and a crunch clash for Arsenal at home to Galatasaray. Graeme Souness will be in the studio and expects Steven Gerrard and Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain to be at the heart of matters…
Souness mystified by Hart call
The Champions League returns on Tuesday night and our live coverage on Sky Sports 5 sees Chelsea travel to Sporting Lisbon, while Manchester City face Roma. Sky Sports pundit Graeme Souness says both English sides should win, but he’s mystified by the handling of Joe Hart…
Robbed in Germany
I really felt for Paul Smith after his loss to Arthur Abraham on Saturday night. He boxed so well and I admit that his performance really surprised me. I know Abraham and I could just not see how Smith was going to beat him.
Andy's FL72 Review
Garcia steps down at Watford for health reasons as McKinlay takes over
My ears are still ringing and my voice is a little hoarse on this Monday morning, but I’m smiling.
Lee: Go back to Azinger
Far be it from me to dampen an excellent European victory – but the Ryder Cup really needed an American win.
- Jamie Carragher: Simon Mignolet must start to make 'big saves' for Liverpool
- Cristiano Ronaldo to Manchester United: Deal unlikely next summer
- Champions League: Graeme Souness previews Basel v Liverpool and Arsenal v Galatasaray
- Arsenal 1-1 Tottenham: Spurs played like a Mauricio Pochettino team at Emirates
- Dwight Yorke says Wayne Rooney's sending off brought back memories of a similar incident