Tag Archives: Mario Gotze

Aston Villa midfielder heads back to Spain on loan – reports

21 Jul

The deal has an option for the Spanish side to sign him permanently, according to Mundo Deportivo. The 23-year-old was bought from Valencia by former Villa boss Tim Sherwood in January 2015 for around £3.2m He has made 34 appearances for Villa, but only featured 23 times in their disastrous Premier League campaign which saw […]

Guardiola’s Man City beaten by Bayern

21 Jul

Media playback is not supported on this device Man City lose to Bayern Munich in Guardiola’s first game Pep Guardiola’s first game in charge of Manchester City ended in defeat at his old club Bayern Munich as a goal from Erdal Ozturk gave Carlo Ancelotti’s side victory. Both sides were missing many first-team players after […]

LIVE: Michael Gove appears on Question Time to make the case for Brexit

15 Jun

Follow all the action in our live blog below as we keep you up to date with the debate. David Dimbleby presents the first of two special editions of Question Time.  The Justice Secretary will be grilled by audience members in Nottingham.  Gove will face questions in a live broadcast tonight before David Cameron appears […]

Simon Mignolet: My thoughts on new Liverpool goalkeeper Loris Karius

15 Jun

The former Germany Under-21 international arrived at Liverpool from Mainz last month in a £4.7million deal, signing until 2021. But Mignolet, currently the Reds’ first-choice shot-stopper, is happy to fight for his place at Anfield and relishes the challenge from the 22-year-old.

Police use tear gas after Lille fighting

15 Jun

Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email comment Police in Lille have used tear gas on fans following fights in the city centre. Supporters were seen running through the streets before officers attempted to disperse them by firing tear gas. Fans from England, Wales, Slovakia and Russia have been gathering for Group B matches in the city and […]

Newcastle United 5-1 Tottenham Hotspur

15 May

Georginio Wijnaldum scored twice as relegated Newcastle ended the season with a thumping 5-1 win over Tottenham at St James’ Park. Alexsandar Mitrovic, Rolando Aarons and Daryl Janmaat completed the scoring; the result even more remarkable given Newcastle played much of the second half with 10 men after Mitrovic was sent off. It was a […]

PL delay new date over abandoned clash

15 May

Manchester United are set to wait until after the FA Cup final to play their abandoned final game of the season against Bournemouth. At around 2.40pm an announcement was made for security personnel to invoke ‘operation red code’, and the Stretford End and Sir Alex Ferguson Stand were evacuated. Shortly after 3.15pm, those remaining in […]

LFC Europa League final tickets stolen

14 May

Image copyright Merseyside Police Image caption The stolen tickets “are no longer valid and will not provide access to the stadium”, police said Three men who stole Europa League final tickets from Liverpool FC’s office are being hunted by police. All three men entered the office on Chapel Street, Liverpool, on Friday and one of […]

Huddersfield’s Whitehead banned

14 May

Dean Whitehead joined Huddersfield on a two-year deal last summer Huddersfield Town midfielder Dean Whitehead has been given a three-match suspension for violent conduct by the Football Association. The 34-year-old was charged after an incident involving Brentford midfielder Nico Yennaris in the 81st minute of Town’s 5-1 home defeat on Saturday. The ex-Sunderland, Stoke City […]

Rosicky interest grows with Arsenal exit imminent

13 May

Tomas Rosicky could return to former club Sparta Prague this summer or make the move to the US when his Arsenal contract ends. Rosicky’s 10 years with the Gunners is coming to an end and he will be looking for a new club come the summer. The 35-year-old has not been offered fresh terms and […]