Month: May 2017

Tottenham need ‘marquee signing’ – Rose

Danny Rose scored twice in 18 Premier League appearances this season Full-back Danny Rose says “one marquee signing” this summer could help Tottenham claim silverware next season. Spurs were Premier League runners-up this term and lost to Chelsea in the FA Cup semi-finals. They also went out in the Champions League group stages. But Rose

Ladbible in Bradley ‘death’ gaffe

Image copyright Family photo Image caption Bradley Lowery is receiving palliative care at home in County Durham The family of terminally-ill Sunderland fan Bradley Lowery has accepted an apology from the website Ladbible which wrongly claimed he had died. Six-year-old Bradley, from Blackhall Colliery, County Durham, has neuroblastoma and is receiving palliative care at home.

Dummett has ‘not closed door’ on Wales

Paul Dummett helped Newcastle United win the 2016-17 Championship title Defender Paul Dummett’s decision not to play for Wales is only temporary, according to his club Newcastle United. The 25-year-old has made himself unavailable for June’s World Cup qualifier in Serbia. But a Newcastle United statement said the left-back has withdrawn to concentrate on his

Ibrahimovic ‘has had lots of offers’

Ibrahimovic has scored 17 times in 28 appearances for the club in all competitions but has been out injured since April Manchester United striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic has “had a lot of offers from lots of different clubs and places” but “nothing is decided” on his future, says his agent Mino Raiola. Ibrahimovic, 35, is contracted

‘Man City za ta dauki kofi hudu a badi’

Hakkin mallakar hoto Getty Images Image caption A bara Manchester City ta lashe League Cup karkashin Manuel Pellegrini Shugaban Manchester City, Khaldoon Al Mubarak ya ce burin kungiyar ne ta lashe kofi hudu a badi. Mubarak ya ce idan har City ta yi hakan, zai zama babban ci gaban da kungiyar za ta samu a

Sunderland have made no contact with Manchester United legend Ryan Giggs over vacant managerial position

Ryan Giggs has had no contact with Sunderland over their managerial vacancy despite bookmakers slashing the odds on his appointment. On Wednesday afternoon the 43-year-old former Manchester United winger was backed in from 25/1 to 1/5 with some betting companies to replace the departed David Moyes at the Stadium of Light. However, sources close to