Tag Archives: Juan Iturbe

Ipswich Town 1-0 Preston North End

27 Aug

Grant Ward scored his fourth goal in four Championship matches for Ipswich Grant Ward’s half-volley in the opening half was enough to earn Ipswich victory over Preston at Portman Road. After Kevin Bru’s free-kick was only partially cleared, Ward controlled the ball before firing it in the corner. Striker Jermaine Beckford was forced off with […]

Palace chairman ‘put stop’ to Zaha move

27 Aug

Wilfried Zaha (left) was part of the Crystal Palace side beaten by Tottenham on Saturday Crystal Palace chairman Steve Parish “put the full stop” on Tottenham’s interest in winger Wilfried Zaha, according to Eagles boss Alan Pardew. Zaha’s agent told BBC Sport on Thursday that Spurs had bid £15m for the 23-year-old England international. Pardew […]

Arsene Wenger: Shkodran Mustafi and Lucas Perez not panic buys

27 Aug

Spanish striker Perez, who has been likened to former target Jamie Vardy, is on the brink of completing a £17million move to the Emirates. And the long-running pursuit of Mustafi is also finally close to an end with the German centre-back expected to arrive for £35m. Wenger added: “Perez is a late developer, he played […]

Liverpool fined over fan fireworks

26 May

Liverpool reached the Europa League final where they lost to Sevilla Liverpool have been fined 11,000 euros (£8,384) by Uefa after fans set off fireworks during their Europa League quarter-final tie against Dortmund. It comes a day after the Reds were handed a £43,577 fine for “illicit chants” and other misdemeanours against rivals Manchester United. […]

Road to Russia on hold for Baggies star

26 May

West Bromwich Albion defender Gareth McAuley is thinking of calling time on his international career after Euro 2016 this summer. The 36-year-old, who has 58 caps, is preparing to play in his first international tournament with Northern Ireland in France next month. He is expected to start for the Green and White Army against Belarus […]

Leicester’s Kante in named France squad

13 May

N’Golo Kante scored on his second appearance for France, a 4-2 win against Russia Leicester City midfielder N’Golo Kante has been named in the France squad for their home European Championship. The 25-year-old, who has impressed in the Foxes’ title-winning campaign, made his international debut against the Netherlands in March. He is one of 10 […]

Ledley ‘has chance’ of making Euro 2016

12 May

Joe Ledley has won 61 caps for Wales and scored four goals The Football Association of Wales insists midfielder Joe Ledley “still has a chance” of playing in Euro 2016 after suffering a leg fracture. The injury, sustained in Crystal Palace’s win over Stoke, makes Ledley, 29, highly unlikely to play in the FA Cup […]

Charlton to speak to Cobblers’ Wilder

10 May

Chris Wilder’s Northampton Town finished the season on a 24-match unbeaten run Charlton have been given permission to speak to Northampton boss Chris Wilder and his assistant Alan Knill after triggering a clause in their contracts. The Cobblers finished this season as League Two champions under Wilder. “My relationship with the chairman and the fans […]

From Leicester City to Arsenal: Every Premier League team’s average possession this season revealed!

9 May

When Pep Guardiola’s tika-taka playing Barcelona side dominated the world, it led many to believe that you need to control possession if you are to win. However, that myth was undone when teams counter attacked against them, in the style Leicester City have in the Premier League this season. The Foxes’ reliance on the pace […]

West Ham United v Manchester United

9 May

Upton Park stages its final competitive match on Tuesday after 112 years TEAM NEWS West Ham goalkeeper Adrian is the only injury absentee for the club’s final game at Upton Park after 112 years. The Spaniard is out with a calf injury so Darren Randolph will deputise. Manchester United forward Anthony Martial is a doubt […]