Browsing: Mirror Sport

The back page of the Daily Mirror reports that Man Utd are eyeing up England football boss Gareth Southgate to replace Erik ten Hag – who’s facing the sack. 

Elsewhere the paper reports on the Man Utd teen sensation Kobbie Mainoo being called up to the England senior squad for the upcoming friendlies against Brazil and Belgium.

The back page of the Daily Mirror reports on Arsenal’s win over Porto to take them into the last eight of the Champions League. Arsenal goalkeeper Raya saved two penalties to secure the victory in the shootout. It marks Arsenal’s first last-8 appearance in the Champions League since the 2009-10 season. 

The back page of the Daily Mirror reports on the latest from the Premier League, as Manchester City narrowly beat Brentford last night, moving them into second place in the table. Erling Haaland’s single goal has put the striker ‘back on track’ according to the paper. 

The back page of the Daily Mirror leads on the latest from the Premier League – as Crystal Palace ‘threw away’ the lead to see their match against Everton end 1-1. Elsewhere, the Birmingham City boss has stepped back due to illness and Manchester City’s Pep Guardiola has apologised for comments made about Kalvin Phillip’s weight. 

The back page of the Sun newspaper reports BOXING usually finds a way to shoot itself in the foot but humping itself in the backside is a new one!

It could only be down to master-of-mischief Tyson Fury and his playground antics of gyrating into a sparring partner sparking the spicy exchange that led to the cut that forced the undisputed decider with Oleksandr Usyk fight to be postponed AGAIN.

The back page of the Daily Mirror leads with reports that England boss Gareth Southgate could extend his contract with the national team following the Euros 2024 in Germany – despite having suggested he would leave after the summer tournament. 

The paper says Southgate has hinted that depending on how well the squad do in Germany, could mean he extends his stay. This summer England will field arguably its strongest squad in years including the likes of Harry Kane, Jude Bellingham, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Declan Rice.