Swanny’s World of Sport - Mo needs a new coach

Great Britain's Mo Farah (right) celebrates winning the World Championship men's 10,000m final with silver medallist USA's Galen Rupp (left) and coach Alberto Salazar.

Great Britain's Mo Farah (right) celebrates winning the World Championship men's 10,000m final with silver medallist USA's Galen Rupp (left) and coach Alberto Salazar.

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I do hope Mo Farah knows what he’s doing. His decision to stick with coach Alberto Salazar is a dangerous one.

Salazar is guilty of nothing yet, but the accusations of dodgy practices continue to swirl around his coaching operation, even after the publication of an enormous document designed to ease the pressure.

Farah has been accused of nothing untoward, but that won’t stop the harming of a so far glittering reputation.

UNITED AFTER WRONG MAN

If Manchester United really want a Real Madrid player they should go for someone better than Sergio Ramos, a walking red card whose mood won’t be helped by trying to carry Chris Smalling or Phil Jones.