What is the best local derby in football? 1 As part of the build up to the New Year, talkSPORT reveals the most popular content on talkSPORT.com for every month of 2016…BEST OF TALKSPORT.COM: APRIL 2016MOST READ1. Football clubs as Game of Thrones charactersArsenal are Cersei Lannister, while Everton not living up to their potential is akin to Loras Tyrell.See last season’s Premier League clubs and their GoT characters here.2. Biggest LOCAL derbies rankedtalkSPORT looked at football’s best local derbies and attempted to rank them by ferocity and passion.Have a look here beginning with the Thessaloniki derby in Greece.3. Jamie Carragher unhappy with Jason Cundy’s reaction to Liverpool’s Europa League win against Dortmund‘Every club lives on its history…apart from Chelsea. They haven’t got any!’ The former Liverpool defender phoned talkSPORT when he heard what Cundy, who is a huge Chelsea fan, was saying about his beloved Reds.Listen to the call here.VIDEOArsene Wenger’s amazing press conference rap.TALKSPORT PICKS FOR APRIL 2016As everyone, including talkSPORT waited for clubs to release their kits for the 2016/17 season, we strolled down memory lane to look at some forgotten kits.See them here.
Here is a round-up of the opening day action in the Women’s Super League… Manchester City 1-0 Manchester UnitedCaroline Weir’s 48th-minute strike sealed a historic derby victory for Manchester City in front of a record Women’s Super League crowd of 31,213 at the Etihad Stadium.Weir’s left-foot shot from outside the box proved enough to take the points but only after Manchester United, who dominated the first half for long periods, came agonisingly close to snatching a draw.City goalkeeper Ellie Roebuck saved brilliantly to deny Jane Ross before the break, then was fortunate to see a late Jackie Groenen effort rebound back off the base of a post and into her arms.Featuring in the top-flight for the first time after cruising to the Women’s Championship title last season, Casey Stoney’s side did enough to suggest they can be a significant force this season. 3 There was a 31,000 crowd at the Etihad Getty Images – Getty Getty Images – Getty Steph Houghton clearly enjoyed the win 3 Bristol City 0-0 BrightonIn Saturday’s other match, the deadlock was not broken and both teams came away with a point.Goalkeeper Sophie Baggaley saved a penalty for Bristol in the first half and Brighton could not find the net later on. Getty Images – Getty 3 Caroline Weir was the hero