The Offside Daily: England World Cup keeper dies aged 80, Spurs finally release striker and Plymouth Argyle’s GPS queries


1, Aston Villa manager Tim Sherwood said he’s ‘never felt this bad’ following his teams 3-2 defeat at Leicester, which The Foxes won having been 2-0 behind.

2, Danny Murphy feels his old club Liverpool ‘shouldn’t panic’ and that it is ‘early days’ after they lost 3-1 to rivals Manchester United at Old Trafford.

3, Former goalkeeper Ron Springett, a member of the England 1966 World Cup winning squad, has passed away aged 80 following a short illness.

4, Blackburn Rovers boss Gary Bowyer insists football needs to introduce goal line technology beyond the top flight as his side were denied a clear goal during a 2-1 reverse at Fulham.

5, Tottenham Hotspur have terminated the contract of striker Emmanuel Adebayor following a long running dispute between the club and the Togo international.

6, Listen to Jose Mourinho’s foul-mouthed outburst towards Everton’s Roberto Martinez following his side’s defeat at Goodison Park over the weekend (The Daily Mirror)

7, Plymouth Argyle seek clarity on use of GPS on players during games (The BBC).

8, Former World Cup star Cuauhtemoc Blanco elected Mayor in Mexican city despite copying sections of CV from Wikipedia (The Metro)

9, Brazilian club have the most water logged pitch in the world, and the game still went ahead (The Daily Mirror)

10, Arsenal stars recreate Rocky scenes in gym video, West Ham’s Adrian sadly not involved (The Daily Mirror)

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