Monday, 23 September 2013

Road End at Sunderland: Di Canio sacked after ANOTHER bust-up with players brings 13-match reign to end

Paolo Di Canio's tumultuous reign as Sunderland manager came to an end after his players turned on him during a furious training ground bust-up.

The fiery Italian called his stars in for a crisis meeting at the club’s Cleadon training ground on Sunday following their disappointing 3-0 defeat at West Bromwich Albion on Saturday.

Saturday, 21 September 2013

Moses Reveals Rodgers Haunt: He wanted me since I was 14

The Liverpool manager has always liked the Chelsea loanee so it did not come as a surprise that he went for him as soon as the Nigerian was made available by the Blues Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers and forward Victor Moses seem to have intricate links that started about eight years ago.

Cavani & Falcao Are Animals, says Wenger

The Arsenal boss has nothing but praise for the Colombia and Uruguay internationals and feels they are quite similar Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has taken the time to praise Monaco striker Radamel Falcao and Paris Saint-Germain star Edinson Cavani and feels both attackers are extraordinary players.

FIFA Head Ache Over Africa's ineligible players

 Director of competitions Mustapha Fahmy
Fifa is concerned at the way a succession of African teams have broken rules on player eligibility in World Cup qualifiers and will address the problem, director of competitions Mustapha Fahmy said on Friday.

World Cup Qualifier: Big Boss Keshi releases 23-man list for Ethiopia


Ahead of the 2014 World Cup qualifier against Ethiopia,Super Eagles coach Stephen Keshi has released a list of 21 foreign-based players for the epic game.

Sergio Busquets
Sergio Busquets has been left out of Barcelona's squad for Saturday's match at Rayo Vallecano, the club said on Friday, opening the door for Alex Song or Sergio Roberto to start in midfield.

What to Watch out for after Valencia's Jersey "7" Woes Relief......LOL

Antonio Valencia © Gallo Images

Free from the weight of expectation that Manchester United's No 7 shirt brings, Antonio Valencia produced a cracking goal this week which has prompted his manager David Moyes to call for several more.

This Day in History, Paul Scholes Makes United Debut....


On this day in 1994, Paul Scholes made his first team debut, scoring both goals as United overcame Port Vale in the Football League Cup.

It marked the beginning of one of English football's greatest careers...

Thursday, 12 September 2013

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Wednesday, 11 September 2013

Can Bale Muscle in on Ronaldo's star billing at Real? As Bale is bulking up for Bernabeu

Gareth Bale knows how strong the Real Madrid squad is - so he has been bulking up in preparation for the tough task of cementing himself in the team at the Bernabeu.

Ibrahimovic: Nobody is worth the £86m Real paid for Bale - and that includes me!

Zlatan Ibrahimovic believes no footballer is worth the £86million Real Madrid have just paid for Gareth Bale - not even himself.

The opinionated Paris Saint-Germain and Sweden striker said he feared for the former Tottenham man as the Bernabeu crowd can be unforgiving if victories and trophies aren't being delivered.

Power and the Glory: Nobody was allowed to be stronger than me, says Fergie as he reveals blueprint for managing Man United

I'm in charge: Ferguson and Wayne Rooney did not always see eye to eye at Old Trafford
Sir Alex Ferguson has lifted the lid on his no-nonsense approach towards player power and revealed that from the very beginning at Manchester United nobody would be stronger than he was. In a fascinating report for Harvard Business School that may go some way to explaining the reported deterioration in his relationship with star striker Wayne Rooney, Ferguson speaks openly about his management methods.

Doesn't Wenger need a striker? Sanogo injury leaves Arsenal with Giroud as ONLY fit centre forward at the club


Arsene Wenger's striker shortage has deepened after an injury to Yaya Sanogo left Arsenal with just one fully-fit recognised centre-forward. Sanogo - who as it stands is Arsenal's second-choice centre forward - has returned to the club from France Under-21 duty after picking up a back strain. 

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