Month: July 2016

Rotherham sign Falkirk’s Vaulks

Will Vaulks has signed for Rotherham, who finished 21st in the Championship last season Rotherham United have signed Falkirk midfielder Will Vaulks for an undisclosed fee on a three-year deal. The 22-year-old started his career at Tranmere Rovers but moved to the Scottish Championship side in 2013. Vaulks also had a spell in non-league with

Kieron Dyer leads match for hurt players

Image caption Shaun Whiter and Joey Abbs both made it along to cheer along the players at the charity match An ex-England footballer has led out a charity match team to raise money for two players seriously hurt in a crash. Kieron Dyer captained Ipswich Town veterans team for the match against Newmarket Town, for

Pearson running ‘strict’ regime at Derby

New Derby County manager led Leicester City to Premier League survival in 2015 Derby County striker Nick Blackman says new manager Nigel Pearson is running a strict regime at the club. The former Leicester City boss was appointed in May on a three-year deal, replacing Darren Wassall. And the 26-year-old believes the Rams’ players are

Brighton’s March to return in September

Solly March is expected to miss Brighton’s first five games of the new Championship season Brighton manager Chris Hughton hopes winger Solly March will return from his long-term knee injury in September. The 22-year-old England Under-21 international suffered anterior cruciate ligament damage last December. “We are hoping to have him after the first international break,”

Brentford sign Leicester’s Elder

Callum Elder scored one goal in 21 appearances during a loan spell at Peterborough last season Championship side Brentford have signed Leicester City defender Callum Elder on a season-long loan deal. The 21-year-old left-back came through the Foxes’ youth set-up but is yet to make a senior appearance for the Premier League champions. The Australia

Big Sam’s career in pictures

Sam Allardyce is the new England manager. Affectionately known as Big Sam, the 61-year-old has beaten off competition from Hull boss Steve Bruce. England fans won’t need reminding of their team’s abysmal showing under Roy Hodgson at the Euros. He resigned just minutes after the final whistle blew on a 2-1 defeat to Iceland, remember?

Stewart ‘irreplaceable’ for Dundee

Greg Stewart scored another two goals against Forfar Dundee manager says Birmingham City target Greg Stewart would be impossible to replace should the striker be sold. Strike partner Kane Hemmings was sold last week after Oxford United triggered a release clause in his contract. Stewart does not have a similar deal, but the 26-year-old has

‘It’s complete madness!’ – Arsenal boss Wenger critical of transfer market as Pogba closes in on £100 million move to Manchester United

Arsene Wenger believes Paul Pogba’s proposed £100million move to Manchester United represents the “complete madness” of the modern transfer market. France midfielder Pogba is reportedly set to join United for a nine-figure sum and Arsenal manager Wenger, who is currently in Los Angeles with the Gunners ahead of a pre-season friendly meeting with Chivas, suggested