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Graeme Souness 'to quit Sky Sports pundit role as Liverpool great set to retire'
The Athletic report he is likely to walk away once his current contract expires.It's claimed Souness was "happy" to sign on for only 12 more months with a reduced, set number of appearances for this season.The 69-year-old, who is turning 70 next May, is now expected to take a step back from all his duties with Sky after the 2022/23 campaign has concluded.The former Reds and Rangers midfielder has been a regular on Sky Sports since first joining in 2006 following the conclusion of his 20-year managerial career, which had ended with a two-year stint at Newcastle United.He's also done punditry for Rangers TV and ITV during that time, as well as transitioning into radio work with talkSPORT this year.Souness has often cut a controversial figure in the football community having taken issue with the likes of ex-Manchester United star Paul Pogba and more recently Manchester City ace Jack Grealish.Grealish said last month "I don’t know what his problem is with me" after Souness highlighted his performances for Pep Guardiola's side.The pair appeared to bury the hatchet when Souness offered the olive branch of a night out with Grealish, to which he replied on Twitter: "Let’s do it!! As long as I can bring Pogba as a +1!"This is a breaking sports story and is being constantly updated with the latest news, pictures and videos. Please refresh the page regularly.You can also get email updates on the day’s biggest sports stories straight to your inbox by signing up for our sports newsletter .Get all the very best sports news, pictures, opinion and video by following Daily Star every time you see our name.
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Grease star Eddie Deezen ‘not competent to stand trial’ after assault arrest
was arrested after allegedly forcing himself into a nursing home in April.He was originally charged with fourth-degree burglary, two counts of trespassing, and one count of disturbing the peace but prosecutors changed the charges to assault and disorderly conduct.According to new reports, he is said to be considered a danger to himself and those around him by officials.Documents obtained by TMZ state that he has been transferred to the Maryland Department of Health, and will remain in their care until he is deemed to no longer pose a threat.It is unclear when the trial will now take place.Deezen was arrested after pushing his way into a private facility in Maryland on April 8, where staff told him to leave.Officers have said that he refused to exit, and tried to force his way into one of the rooms – before police showed up.According to the publication, police said the actor was in the nursing home earlier in the day and was told to leave, before he returned later that day.An alleged victim reportedly told officers that he had been to her home ‘several times’ before, and has left things behind with ‘notes’.The context of the notes and the items left behind have not been made public.Deezen was charged with fourth-degree burglary, as well as two counts of trespassing and one count of disturbing the peace.The star came to fame in Grease and Grease 2 sequel, and also appeared in Midnight Madness, I Wanna Hold Your Hand, Mob Boss, Beverly Hills Vamp, and Teenage Exorcist.Graeme Souness slams 'dodgy' Manchester United star: 'He's as bad as Pogba!'Child killed in explosion which ripped house apartBritish boy, 8, bitten by sharks when people 'started throwing lunch into sea'He made headlines last December after he was arrested
Graeme Souness - Leeds United - Raphina's agent is ex-Chelsea man Deco who Graeme Souness sold before he became a star - - Spain - Portugal
Raphina's agent is ex-Chelsea man Deco who Graeme Souness sold before he became a star
Arsenal are keen to sit down with Raphinha's representatives as they line up an improved offer for the in-demand Leeds United forward.With a number of major European clubs keeping tabs on the 25-year-old, the Gunners are keen to press ahead with their pursuit after having their opening bid for the player knocked back last week.Raphinha's agent happens to be former Portugal midfielder Deco, a man who spent his prime years at Barcelona and Chelsea - two clubs who are also in the race to sign his client, and the duo were recently spotted at a party together in Spain.READ MORE: Arsenal target Raphinha jets to Spain to meet agent Deco and party with stunning partnerThe two-time Champions League winner, who also finished runner-up in the 2004 Ballon d'Or, was one of Europe's most coveted midfielders for the best part of a decade - but his talent was more obvious to some than others.In Portugal, Brazilian-born Deco is best remembered for the six seasons he spent at Porto, but his first experience of the Primeira Liga was with arch-rivals Benfica - who were managed by Graeme Souness at the time.Where will Raphinha be playing football next season? Let us know in the comments section.In spite of glowing recommendations from his scouts, it appears Souness didn't fancy the look of Deco and sold him to Salgueiros at the end of the 1997/98 season."Benfica decided [to sell me], it wasn't my decision.
Graeme Souness - Giovanni Van-Bronckhorst - Ally Maccoist - Rangers will earn eye-popping prize money if they beat Eintracht Frankfurt - - Scotland - city Belgrade
Rangers will earn eye-popping prize money if they beat Eintracht Frankfurt
Rangers are set to make a boat-load of cash if they manage to beat Eintracht Frankfurt in Europa League final tonight.Giovanni van Bronckhorst's side are on the verge of history and could seal the club's first ever European trophy with victory at the Ramon Sanchez-Pizjuan stadium in Seville.Should that happen, the club stand to receive up to £40million in total prize money - which will make for one heck of a title-winning bash should they get the job done - having already bagged £19million courtesy of memorable victories over Borussia Dortmund, Red Star Belgrade, Braga and RB Leipzig, reports MirrorFootball.To break things down, the Scottish club will earn £3.4million if they're crowned champions tonight - but that win alone will start a very lucrative domino-effect.Rangers would then also earn £3million for competing in next season's UEFA Super Cup against either Liverpool or Real Madrid, with the winners of that match receiving a bonus payment of £840,000. Victory this evening would also see them qualify for next season's Champions League - which will earn the club a whopping £13.1 million.Such mega prize money would be treasured at Ibrox, especially given that they've only spent a measly £2.6 million on players this season.Can Rangers get the job done tonight? Let us know what you think in the comments section.It's estimated that around 100,000 'Gers fans have made the trip to Seville, though only 9,500 of them will have tickets to the match itself, and a number of club legends - including Ally McCoist and Graeme Souness - have urged supporters to behave themselves."This is a message to all the boys and girls travelling over to Seville to cheer on our team," McCoist said.