Tag Archives: Glen Johnson

Chris Coleman questions Arsene Wenger’s treatment of Aaron Ramsey at Arsenal

25 Aug

Coleman will lead Wales’ bid to reach Russia after the Football Association of Wales turned down an approach from Hull for the 46-year-old. The former Fulham manager’s stock has never been higher after a memorable summer in France, yet he believes he could be as few as five games from the sack if he cannot […]

Pic Special: Liverpool’s awful third kit ranks among the worst football shirts ever seen

21 Aug

Many throughout the country spend their Saturday afternoons nursing painful hangovers and watching the footy. So when they’re confronted with a revolting florescent green kit it doesn’t tend to go down too well. The vomit-inducing Reds strip is truly one of the worst ever seen in Premier League history – and supporters were rightly disgusted. […]

Mark Hughes: Man City’s decision to drop Joe Hart may have been made months ago

20 Aug

“I never thought that distribution was one of his weaknesses” Mark Hughes Hughes said: “Having worked with Joe, I never thought that distribution was one of his weaknesses, but it’s all about opinions. “From the outside, it seems the decision was made a long time ago and I’m sure they had […]

Tony Pulis hails Jonny Evans but suggests West Brom could sell Arsenal target if they find replacement

19 Aug

West Brom boss Tony Pulis has no desire to sell Jonny Evans but admitted the Baggies could lose their star defender. The 28-year-old has been linked with a move to Arsenal with the Gunners in desperate need of reinforcements to boost their injury-hit defence.  Per Mertesacker and Gabriel are injured while Laurent Koscielny is not […]

Manchester United 0-0 Everton: Wayne Rooney’s testimonial ends in a stalemate

4 Aug

Wayne Rooney was the star attraction as Manchester United and Jose Mourinho continued their pre-season preparations with a goalless draw against Everton. United and England captain Rooney played 52 minutes at Old Trafford as his testimonial against his former club doubled up as a stern Premier League warm-up. Rooney got the chance to play alongside […]

Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Shay Given announces retirement from international football

29 Jul

Republic of Ireland goalkeeper Shay Given has retired from international football. The 40-year-old, who was part of Ireland’s Euro 2016 squad but did not play, steps down after winning 134 caps in order to concentrate on playing for Stoke. Given, who had previously called time on his international career after Euro 2012 before a rethink, represented […]

Reds may keep Swans target

14 Jul

Swansea’s hopes of re-signing Joe Allen have been hit after Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp suggested he would like to keep him. The Liverpool midfielder only has a year remaining on his current deal and has reportedly been attracting interest after impressing during Euro 2016, with Swansea known to be in the hunt. Allen helped Wales […]

Bolton sign Millwall defender Beevers

3 Jul

Mark Beevers scored eight goals in 151 appearances for Millwall League One side Bolton Wanderers have signed defender Mark Beevers on a free transfer on a two-year deal. The 26-year-old left Millwall this summer after four seasons in London, where he helped the Lions reach the play-off final last term. Beevers, who started his career […]

Norwich forward Kyle Lafferty: I’m looking for a new club

1 Jul

“When I come back I will probably be looking for a new club” Kyle Lafferty The striker, who scored seven times in the qualification process for Euro 2016, recently got married and when he returns from his honeymoon he anticipates seeking a new employer. He said: “When I come back I […]

Italians to nick Stoke target

30 Jun

Stoke could miss out on the signing of Axel Witsel after reports claimed Napoli are closing in on the Zenit St Petersburg midfielder. Potters boss Mark Hughes has been heavily linked with Witsel for the last 12 months and was finally hoping to strike a deal after it became clear he will be leaving Russia. […]