Tag Archives: Luiz Gustavo

Swansea add United starlet

12 Jul

Swansea have continued adding to their development squad by signing Tyler Reid from Manchester United for an undisclosed fee. The Swans announced on Monday the signing of midfielder George Byers from Watford on a three-year deal, as they look to snap up the best young talent on the market, and they have now confirmed Reid’s […]

Roberto Di Matteo: This talented winger has a future at Aston Villa

19 Jun

“What I will say is that I think he is a talented boy and I think he has a future here. “Let me work with him a little bit. Ultimately, it is always down to the person. “But do I think there is a player there? “Yes. But it is down to him as well.”

Southampton news: Steven Davis pens new three-year contract at St Mary’s

19 Jun

Southampton have announced midfielder Steven Davis has signed a new three-year contract with the club. The 31-year-old, who is currently captaining Northern Ireland at Euro 2016, has been with the Saints since 2012 and made 155 appearances for them to date, scoring 11 goals. Southampton executive director of football Les Reed said in a statement: […]

Gudjohnsen backs Mourinho for Red Devils success

11 Jun

Iceland international Eidur Gudjohnsen believes Jose Mourinho is the right man to lead Manchester United back to Premier League glory. The Portuguese coach succeeded Louis van Gaal in the dugout at Old Trafford following the culmination of the 2015-16 campaign after the Red Devils could only finish fifth in the Premier League standings, 15 points […]

Ex-Liverpool defender Agger retires

9 Jun

Former Liverpool defender Daniel Agger has announced his retirement from football, aged 31. The ex-Denmark captain is quitting the game after a professional career stretching back to 2004. Agger moved to Anfield from boyhood club Brondby in 2006 and played 232 times for the Reds, winning the League Cup in 2012, but his time […]

The most successful football clubs from Europe’s top four leagues revealed – ranked by total trophies won

29 May

Real Madrid’s 2016 Champions League final victory marked the club’s record 11th success in the European Cup. It’s Real’s second Champions League win in the past three seasons, as they succeed rivals Barcelona as European champions. But Real have claimed just one Spanish league title since 2008, while Barca have won six in that time, […]

Wales likely to lose Cardiff’s Trollope

25 May

Chris Coleman (left) with new Cardiff City boss Paul Trollope New Cardiff City boss Paul Trollope is unlikely to continue as a Wales coach after the Euro 2016 Championships, according to manager Chris Coleman. Trollope was made head coach at Cardiff on 18 May having previously being part of Russell Slade’s coaching team. The 43-year-old […]

How Jose Mourinho’s record compares to Pep Guardiola and Jurgen Klopp

24 May

JOSE MOURINHO Trophies – 18 Porto – Primeira Liga: 2002-03, 2003-04; Cup of Portugal: 2003; UEFA Cup: 2003; UEFA Champions League: 2004 Chelsea – Premier League: 2004-05, 2005-06, 2014-15; FA Cup: 2007; Football League Cup: 2005, 2006, 2015 Inter Milan – Serie A: 2008-09, 2009-10; Coppa Italia: 2010; UEFA Champions League: 2010 Real Madrid: La […]

Graded: Every Premier League manager’s season performance assessed

24 May

While the likes of Claudio Ranieri and Mauricio Pochettino enjoyed seasons to remember, big names like Jose Mourinho and Steve McClaren would sooner forget 2015/16. Other managers like Manuel Pellegrini, Louis van Gaal and Jurgen Klopp weren’t as extreme, with clear highs and lows during their campaigns at the helm of some of England’s biggest […]

Steve Bruce hopes to call on big-match experience as Hull begin play-off charge

13 May

Steve Bruce hopes the big-match experience in Hull’s dressing room will see his side past Derby in the Sky Bet Championship play-offs. The statistics show little to pick between the two, with Derby winning both league meetings with an aggregate score of 6-0 but Hull finishing five points and one place higher in the table. […]