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” 1 Brazil star Robino Robinho could still return to Santos according to the Brazilian club’s coach, Dorival Junior. Manchester City’s ?32.5million record signing spent the second half of last season on loan back at the club where he started his career and is reportedly desperate to return there.

And Dorival Junior admits he would love to re-sign the 26-year-old on another long-term loan deal. “”The possibility of bringing Robinho back may be remote, but it still exists,”” said the Santos boss. “”It hasn’t been decided what will happen to the player. We have maintained contact with him and the club over the last few days and we will know more when he returns to Manchester this week.””   ” ” 1 Champion cyclist Mark Cavendish MBE will give talkSPORT, the world’s biggest sport radio station, his exclusive guide to this year’s Tour de France.

The Manx Missile, who has won 23 Tour de France stages and the 2011 BBC Sports Personality of the Year will broadcast a series of audio guides for the station throughout the world’s most famous road cycling race. The features will provide talkSPORT listeners with a unique insight into the extreme challenges faced by competitors at the various stages of the Tour de France as Mark explains how a cyclist takes on some of the toughest stages in the will also broadcast four video guides of the fastest man on two wheels detailing the key parts of the race, including how it feels to sprint down the Champs Elysees.

In addition, Cavendish has given an exclusive interview to talkSPORT’s Danny Kelly about his life and career. The exclusive content will be broadcast in the run up to, and during, the 2013 Tour De France which starts on Saturday 29 June. Liam Fisher, Programme Director, talkSPORT said: “talkSPORT always attracts the very biggest names in sport.

Mark’s always been an excellent interviewee when he’s appeared on talkSPORT shows and these guides and interviews will give our listeners access to unrivalled understanding of the Tour de France. The Tour is an event that always captures the imagination of sports fans and with Mark on board with talkSPORT we’ll be covering this year’s event both on-air and online in more depth than ever.” Mark Cavendish said: “The Tour de France is the greatest cycling event in the world and I’m looking forward to sharing my thoughts and insight on it with talkSPORT listeners.” “


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