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Roma aren't ready for contention

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 By Jim Daly

Julian Speroni is a Crystal Palace hero but his time may be up at Selhurst

Julian Speroni's latest error, this time in Crystal Palace's 1-0 loss at Southampton, has reopened the debate about his future at the club.

A 1-0 defeat at Southampton on Tuesday night wasn't a huge shock for Crystal Palace and the fans aren't flustered at losing to a side with Champions League aspirations.

There is a problem, though. Sadio Mane's winner has -- for some -- confirmed their worst fears; that cult hero goalkeeper Julian Speroni is finally past his prime.

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It's a real tug at the heart strings for Palace fans as he is a club legend. He's been there in the good times and the bad, sticking with the club during administration...

Cristiano Ronaldo sends a stylist to look after waxwork of himself

Cristiano Ronaldo and his camp have been keen to sell us the idea that while on the pitch he has superstar powers, away from the game he is just a normal guy who is not over-obsessed with his personal image.

That narrative does not quite fit with a revelation from the communication director of Madrid's wax museum, who has suggested that Ronaldo takes a very close personal interest in the appearance of his likeness, which has been on show at the Spanish capital tourist attraction since December 2013.

 By Chris Wright

Southampton bite back at Rodgers dig with cheeky programme post

Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers had a pop at Southampton for playing down the contributions of Rickie Lambert, Adam Lallana and Dejan Lovren.

In response to quips made earlier this month by Brendan Rodgers, Southampton had a gentle dig at the Liverpool boss in the notes of the matchday programme for Tuesday night's clash against Crystal Palace.

Rodgers noted that he had qualms about the Saints programme failing to suitably doff their cap to several of their former players who were returning to St Mary's with Liverpool for Sunday's Premier League game between the two sides.

The Reds' boss suggested the magazine had been slightly "sad"...

Cheryshev plots Barca downfall before continuing Real Madrid journey

Denis Cheryshev, who made his Real Madrid debut under Jose Mourinho, is tipped for a bright future at the club and faces Barcelona with Villarreal in the Copa del Rey semifinals.

Of the 761 players who went to the World Cup in Brazil with their national teams last summer, 760 had a chance to take part -- but not Denis Cheryshev.

He was invited by Russia coach Fabio Capello to travel to the tournament even though he wasn't formally included in the squad. That was a very unusual way to spend the holidays, but the winger didn't hesitate for a second. It was his chance to make an impression on the Italian coach and become an integral part of his plans.

A few months on and it...

Tim Sherwood and passion may just be enough to keep Aston Villa afloat

A first win in three months gives some muscle to Aston Villa's push for Premier League survival.
Tim Sherwood was the centre of attention once again on Tuesday night as his Aston Villa side beat West Brom 2-1.

Did you see Aston Villa's dramatic 2-1 victory over West Brom on Tuesday night? You might have caught a glimpse of it during the 90 minute Tim Sherwood live telecast that was beamed around the world.

It was the author Terry Pratchett who first came up with the concept of "narrativium," the mysterious sixth element (the fifth element is surprise) in his "Discworld" that twists fate to create good stories. Because of narrativium, so the theory goes, a million to one shot nearly always works.


Hull's dropped points vs. Sunderland a familiar failure for Steve Bruce

ESPN FC's Craig Burley agrees with Steve Bruce who credited South Americans for making diving more prevalent in English football.

As Steve Bruce and Gus Poyet took turns to face the assembled media at the KC Stadium on Tuesday night, the majority of questions fielded were focused upon an unsavoury episode between the pair.

It had all began when Sunderland midfielder Jack Rodwell burst through on goal, tumbling theatrically under contact that never came from Alex Bruce, the Hull City defender. A yellow card for diving incensed Poyet, who proceeded to kick over a drinks cooler on the edge of his technical area.

Referee Mike Dean...