Tag Archives: Samuel Eto’o

Jan Vertonghen reveals the secret ingredient behind Tottenham’s title challenge

8 Jun

“If it runs out everyone goes mad” Jan Vertonghen “Previously there just used to be a small jar of it, but now we’ll get a huge tub – and if it runs out everyone goes mad. “We eat healthy and balanced diets at the club, but peanut butter is our guilty […]

Everton prepare new Barkley deal: Koeman set for major talks with Man City target Stones

8 Jun

Everton will also seek around £65m for Romelu Lukaku, who has been vocal in expressing his desire to move with a return to Chelsea uppermost in his thoughts. Yet Barkley will be offered an extension to his current deal which has two years left to run on it. The England midfielder signed a four-year deal […]

England star hoping to repay Roy Hodgson’s faith following Euro 2016 call-up

21 May

Townsend said: “I thought I had a chance, but it’s only when you turn on Sky Sports and see the yellow ticker that you know it’s real. “I knew if I got back to my best I could get in the England squad. On a personally level it’s worked out, but it’s just a real […]

Wayne Rooney tells Roy Hodgson: You’ve got a huge decision to make about Marcus Rashford

19 May

“He fully deserves his chance with Manchester United and now with England” Wayne Rooney “He fully deserves his chance with Manchester United and now with England and the England squad. “I think first of all, which has been great to see, is his attitude for a young lad. “He’s come in […]

Louis van Gaal admits Manchester United have gone backwards but is confident he will STAY as manager

18 May

Louis van Gaal is confident he will see out his Manchester United contract, despite admitting his team have gone backwards this season. The Dutchman failed to lead the club to Champions League qualification this term and has come under-fire from supporters. He was booed by a section of the Old Trafford faithful when addressing the fans after […]

Arsenal 4 Aston Villa 0: Oliver Giroud bags hat trick as Gunners finish above Tottenham

15 May

The Gunners hammered the hapless Aston Villa at The Emirates to wrap up three points. Spurs’s capitulation against Newcastle ensured Arsene Wenger’s men pipped their bitter rivals to second place – much to the delight of their fans. 

Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink pleased to see hard work paying off for Eden Hazard: ‘He’s playing with courage and is mentally fit and fresh’

12 May

Chelsea boss Guus Hiddink was delighted to see Eden Hazard looking ‘fit and fresh’ in the 1-1 draw at Liverpool. The Belgian opened the scoring at Anfield with a fine solo goal – beating his opponents before finishing low into the far corner. It was just Hazard’s third Premier League goal this season and ninth for club […]

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 […]

Eagles stopper in demand

2 May

Crystal Palace could face a battle to keep hold of Wayne Hennessey as reports claim both Everton and Bournemouth are interested. The Wales international has been in and out of the Palace side this season and at one point he looked destined to be heading for the Selhurst Park exit door. However Hennessey has become […]

Man City’s Silva misses Real return leg

30 Apr

David Silva will be available for the Champions League final should Manchester City get there, says boss Manuel Pellegrini Manchester City midfielder David Silva will miss Wednesday’s Champions League semi-final second leg at Real Madrid because of a hamstring injury. The Spaniard has been ruled out for two to three weeks after limping out of […]