Media playback is not supported on this device Dynamo Kiev 1-3 Man City: Win justifies FA Cup selection – Pellegrini Manchester City boss Manuel Pellegrini said his decision to prioritise the Champions League over the FA Cup was vindicated by the win at Dynamo Kiev. Pellegrini was criticised for playing a weakened side in Sunday’s
Arsene Wenger says it will be easier to get his Arsenal players ready to face Barcelona than it was for Saturday’s game with Hull. The Gunners face a tough examination when they come up against Champions League holders Barcelona on Tuesday night, with Arsenal currently priced at 4/1 with Titanbet to win the match, as
“It feels like we are moving in the right direction under him”
He told World Soccer magazine: “Klopp created a highly successful side at Dortmund and it is great for Liverpool to have him. “In training, we are working hard and enjoying his methods, which are helping to make
Here is a selection of stories from Sunday’s papers… Newcastle and Arsenal are both interested in signing Michael Carrick from Manchester United, when his contract expires. (Sunday Express) Barcelona are interested in signing Riyad Mahrez from Leicester, although the Foxes are planning to more than double his wages in an attempt to keep him at the King Power
Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The former Sunderland footballer was arrested in March last year Former Sunderland footballer Adam Johnson told police he was “stupid” to kiss a 15-year-old girl and “should have known better”, a court has heard. In an interview after his arrest, the 28-year-old England international admitted kissing the girl, but
Swansea are being linked with a move for Ghana international Jonathan Mensah, who will be available on a free transfer in the summer. The central defender is poised to leave French outfit Evian at the end of the season when he falls out of contract, and Swansea are among the clubs reported to be interested.
Published 21st February 2016 STARSPORT bring you the best reaction from Twitter after it was reported that Liverpool are looking to recoup their £16m fee by selling Mario Balotelli to the Chinese Super league.
A club statement described the incident as “sickening”. West Brom keeper Ben Foster branded the fan a “disgrace” while winger James McClean called the culprit “cowardly”. Albion boss Tony Pulis said: “For someone to throw a coin at a player of the football club he’s supporting – the game’s gone mad. “The world’s gone mad