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Mauricio Pochettino: I wanted to kill myself and my Tottenham players after title failure

12 Aug

The Spurs manager had spent all summer steaming over his side’s capitulation last season, when they went from title challengers to finishing third in what had effectively been a two-horse race with Leicester. Spurs saw their title hopes disappear on a chaotic night at Chelsea in May, when they threw away a two-goal lead to […]

Bilic’s French midfielder bid fails

19 Jun

West Ham failed with a late bid for Nampalys Mendy – who will fly into England on Monday to seal his £12m transfer to Leicester City. The Hammers saw an eleventh-hour bid to snatch the Nice star out of Leicester’s grasp hit the rocks and the 23-year-old will now join Leicester. Foxes boss Claudio Ranieri […]

Tottenham transfer news: Spurs face fight as Bundesliga side confirm talks with Vincent Janssen

16 Jun

Wolfsburg have joined Tottenham in the race for AZ Alkmaar star Vincent Janssen. The striker was on fire in the Dutch league last season and finished the campaign with an impressive haul of 31 goals in all competitions. Unsurprisingly Europe’s top clubs are now circling the 22-year-old and he looks set to leave this summer. […]

Could Jose Mourinho sell Juan Mata to this unlikely side?

16 Jun

Newspaper Foto Mac say that the Super Lig side are interested in the Manchester United playmaker. Fenerbahce officials are preparing for the potential departure of Diego Ribas who is wanted in France. Can England win the battle of Bratain? – Predict the score and win £1,000s with our free game Predict7

Spurs offered Inter stars

12 Jun

Inter Milan have contacted Tottenham to enquiry whether they want to swap Erik Lamela for either Marcelo Brozovic or Jeison Murillo. Despite being a key part of boss Mauricio Pochettino’s squad last season, reports in Italy are suggesting Lamela could be on his way back to Serie A this summer. The Argentine signed from Roma […]

Hoax or history?

11 Jun

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Swansea Town’s Ivor Allchurch, known as ‘The Golden Boy’, was one of the stars of Wales’ only previous side to qualify for a major tournament – the 1958 World Cup Imagine the 1958 World Cup never really happened and Euro 2016 was in fact Wales’ first ever appearance at […]

‘Some Rovers fans would doubt Mourinho’

11 Jun

Owen Coyle has been in charge at Falkirk, St Johnstone, Burnley, Bolton, Wigan and Houston Dynamo Owen Coyle has asked for Blackburn fans to get behind the team after his appointment as Rovers manager. The 53-year-old Scot replaced Paul Lambert at Ewood Park on a two-year deal after he left his role with Major League […]

Transfer rumours and paper review – Monday, May 30: Higuain ‘open’ to Liverpool move, Arsenal target going nowhere and MORE

10 Jun

Here are the top transfer-related stories in Monday’s newspapers… Argentina striker Gonzalo Higuain wants to leave Serie A outfit Napoli this summer and would be interested in a move to Liverpool, even though they have missed out on European qualification. (Daily Mirror) Borussia Dortmund chief executive Hans-Joachim Watzke has rubbished claims that Arsenal target Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, […]

Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra to join Zenit despite West Ham and Tottenham interest

9 Jun

Juventus midfielder Roberto Pereyra is set to snub interest from West Ham and Tottenham to join Zenit Saint Petersburg this summer. The Serie A champions are striving to balance their books in the off season and view the Argentine as a player who is now surplus to requirements. Pereyra joined Juve on loan from Udinese […]

MK Dons to sign Millwall’s Upson

6 Jun

Ed Upson helped Yeovil win promotion to the Championship in 2013 League One-bound MK Dons will sign midfielder Ed Upson on 1 July when his contract with Millwall expires. The 26-year-old ex-Yeovil man has been a Lions player since 2014, but was one of seven to be released after the League One play-off final loss. […]