Watford 0-6 Man City by Max Schwerdtfeger at Vicarage Road
Man City manager Pep Guardiola has hailed his team’s performance as they pasted Watford 6-0 away to briefly go top of the Premier League.
Guardiola’s side gave Watford, fourth at kick-off,...
Monday 18th Sep 2017
posted by Morning Star in Sport
Liverpool 1-1 Burnley by James Nalton at Anfield
SEAN DYCHE defended his Burnley side’s style after they earned a point against Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday, and could even have won the game late on.
The Lancashire club took the lead through Scott...
FOOTBALLERS’ union PFA has called for a new lawyer to be picked to investigate England women’s team manager Mark Sampson for a third time.
It was reported at the weekend that the FA was mulling a third investigation into Sampson but that they would use the barrister who had...
Three straight wins but Newcastle boss insists he’s focused on long game
0 Crystal Palace 1 Southampton by Maamun Hajmahmoud at Selhurst Park
ROY HODGSON’S return to the club of his childhood ended miserably as Southampton deservedly ran out as one-nil winners.
The former England manager made the point in his programme notes...
This week the MARX MEMORIAL LIBRARY discusses why Marxists challenge the view of science as pure knowledge
posted by Morning Star in Features
Alexis Stenfors’s account of losing £379m on the derivatives market says much about the rotten core of capitalism, says JOE GILL
posted by Morning Star in Arts
Optimism Over Despair
by CJ Polychroniou and Noam Chomsky (Penguin, £6)
IF YOU’VE never read any of Noam Chomsky’s astute analyses of capitalism, empire and the state of our planet then Optimism Over Despair, a collection of...
The Addis Ababa Massacre: Italy’s National Shame
by Ian Campbell (Hurst, £24)
ON FEBRUARY 19, 1937, less than a year after the Italian invasion of Ethiopia, resistance fighters threw hand grenades at members of the fascist Italian...
STEVE SWEENEY reports on the show trial of former People’s Democratic Party co-chair Figen Yuksekdag