Tag Archives: Udinese

Allardyce in England manager talks

13 Jul

Allardyce steered Sunderland to Premier League safety last season Sunderland have given the Football Association (FA) permission to speak to their manager Sam Allardyce about the position of England boss. But the Premier League club say they want Allardyce to stay, insisting he is “very much key to our plans”. Sunderland claim speculation about Allardyce […]

Bruce not certain about Hull future

11 Jul

Steve Bruce was appointed Hull City manager in June 2012 Hull City manager Steve Bruce says he does not know for certain if he will still be in charge of the club at the start of the new Premier League season. Hull’s owners are trying to sell the club, while Bruce has also been linked […]

There is a new Page in Northampton’s history

29 May

Northampton have appointed Rob Page as the club’s new manager. The 41-year-old former Wales international joins the Sky Bet League Two champions from Port Vale, who are now searching for a replacement. Page replaces Chris Wilder, who left the Cobblers after leading […]

FA Cup final victory can do more for Manchester United than Champions League qualification, says Louis van Gaal

19 May

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Manchester United boss Louis van Gaal believes lifting the FA Cup at Wembley will do more for his side than qualifying for the Champions League. United finished fifth in the Barclays Premier League, meaning they lose their seat at European football’s top table next term, but Van Gaal thinks victory over Crystal Palace on Saturday […]

Rangers move to sign Burnley’s Barton

17 May

Barton was named Burnley’s player of the year after helping them gain promotion to the Premier League Rangers have made a move to sign Burnley midfielder Joey Barton on a free transfer this summer. The 33-year-old was shown round the club’s Auchenhowie training ground on Saturday. Talks will continue and a deal could be imminent. […]

Man Utd beat Arsenal, Man City, Chelsea, Liverpool and Tottenham to top place on this list

12 May

Forbes Football Rich List 1. Real Madrid £2.52billion 2. Barcelona £2.46bn 3. Manchester United £2.3bn 4. Bayern Munich £1.85bn 5. Arsenal £1.4bn 6. Manchester City £1.33bn 7. Chelsea £1.15bn 8. Liverpool £1.07bn 9. Juventus £900m 10. Tottenham Hotspur £704m

Cellino’s son leaves Leeds board

11 May

Leeds United finished 13th in the Championship table Ercole Cellino, son of Leeds chairman Massimo, has left the Championship club’s board of directors. The 26-year-old was criticised last month after using Nazi hashtags on a post on Instagram. He had notified Companies House of his resignation on 28 March. In April, his brother Edoardo was […]

PFA Young Player of the Year: What happened next to past winners – revealed

26 Apr

Dele Alli was named the PFA’s Young Player of the Year on Sunday after a stunning debut campaign with Tottenham. The Spurs youngster has put in some stellar showing and grabbed some great goals as they have pushed Leicester City in the Premier League title race. Alli is the fourth Tottenham star in five seasons […]

Football club’s low-flying plane probe

25 Apr

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption The plane allegedly breached CAA guidelines. Football fans have been asked to share footage of a plane which flew at low altitude over Burnley’s stadium nine days after November’s Paris bombings. Club security staff became concerned about the light aircraft, which made a “sharp turn” and flew “erratically” while […]

Everton ‘can win silverware’ – Martinez

24 Apr

Everton have not won a game in all competitions since beating Chelsea in the quarter-finals of the FA Cup on 12 March Everton manager Roberto Martinez insists he is still the right man for the job after an FA Cup semi-final defeat to Manchester United increased pressure on his position. Anthony Martial’s goal deep into […]