ITV's Ned Boulting spoke to World Cup winner Paul Breitner, who told him that the Premier League was in a state of regression
UEFA says three protesters who caused a disturbance at an official dinner for European football's leaders in London last night were arrested by police.
The trio, two men and a woman, took advantage of a security lapse to infiltrate the dinner to protest about UEFA staging next month's European Under-21 Championship in Israel.
The plural of 'anecdote' isn't 'data', but I've seen far more Dortmund than FC Bayern fans in London last few days.From @JackPittBrooke on Twitter:
– Bayern Munich manager Jupp Heynckes
Arjen was very motivated after the European Championships last summer. But he got injured and lost time.
He is still driven by ambition. He has a professional approach and is in good form.
He is a very important player in my system because he has learned to take on defensive roles. That makes him a lot stronger than he has been in the past.