Gary Neville will never try to get a fellow professional pundit sent off

Sky Sports pundit insists he will never attack rival TV pundits

The Merse backs a hunch about Southampton

And all the rest of the week's guff

Big Begovic and the return of the Premier League

There's always the option to switch it off.

Liverpool could beat Arsenal to sign Ashley Williams

Liverpool appear to be the favourites to sign Swansea City captain Ashley Williams following the revelation Arsenal had a £9 million offer turned down in the last transfer window. The chances are strong enough that if Unibet were taking...

Will Rafa do a Martin O’Neill?

Paul Little wonders if Benitez will get his priorities straight in Europa?

10 Biggest Thrashings in Premier League History

It’s fair to say that most Premier League games are well contested and relatively close affairs but on the odd occasion we witness a team getting mullered and conceding 7 or more goals in a game. Manchester United’s 9-0 win...

The week in guff: Harry is indecently pleased

Paul Merson puts Gareth Bale in his place.

Arsenal vs Aston Villa: Two teams in dire need of Premier League points

Two teams that really could do with a three-point boost in the Premier League are Arsenal and Aston Villa, and the pair do battle at the Emirates Stadium on Saturday. With the Gunners in danger of missing out on...

Beckham inspires PSG Champions League win

The decision of PSG’s super rich Qatari owners to bring in the world class sports ambassador and footballer David Beckham to help their Champions League charge was vindicated as the Parisians ran out 2-1 winners at the Mestalla last night.

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Danger everywhere – the freak sporting injuries of 2012

It looks like the safest place for some athletes might be the field of play. Here are the freakiest injuries of the sporting year.

2012 in Guff: Graeme Souness on a roll

Old stalwarts Garth Crooks, Chris Kamara and Charlie Nicholas were always in contention.

Rafa Benitez dragged into the rising cult of the project manager

Rafa Benitez was once a man who would have considered only jobs rather than projects.

Geoff Shreeves remains determined to make people sad

The long and winding week in guff.