STAR STUDDED Aldo's Merseyside derby verdict inside today's Sunday World sports section
A controversial Merseyside derby served up talking points aplenty and John Aldridge's verdict on the drama at Goodison Park takes centre-stage in a packed print edition of the Sunday World this weekend.
Aldo doesn't hold back as he rips into the VAR official over his controversial decisions that cost Liverpool a win in a 2-2 draw with Everton, as he lets rips in his exclusive column.
Roy Curtis joins Aldo in giving his colourful account of the controversy at Goodison Park, with Saturday's Premier League action coverage by our team that includes John Brennan.
Kevin Palmer speaks to Tottenham star Erik Lamela ahead of Gareth Bale's return to Premier League action this weekend, while he also casts an eye over Manchester United's dramatic win at Newcastle.
A packed @sundayworld sports selection this week:— Kevin Palmer (@RealKevinPalmer) October 17, 2020
* @Realaldo474 and @RoyCurtis68 on the Merseyside Derby
* My chat with Tottenhamâs Erik Lamela
* @Paulmcgrath5 on Irelandâs woes
* Loads of rugby and GAA to complete the mix #buyapaper 🗞 pic.twitter.com/8URZteSQez
The legendary Paul McGrath focuses on Ireland's troubles in his exclusive column, with Sports Writer of the Year Curtis wading into the debate with some feisty comments on Ireland boss Stephen Kenny.
Pat Spillane leads our GAA coverage with the able assistance of Sean McGoldrick, with the great Mick Galwey offering up his views on Ireland's return to Six Nations action in his exclusive column.
It is a must read sports section that will guide you through your day, so make sure you get your copy of the Sunday World today.