Tag Archives: Verona

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 […]

Arsene Wenger: This Arsenal star was at the ‘top-level’ against Man City

9 May

The 29-year-old striker finally ended his long stretch without a league goal as the Gunners came from behind twice to claim a 2-2 draw at the Etihad. Giroud had been heavily criticised prior to the clash and Wenger says he was happy he kept faith in his French forward. Wenger said: “Olivier Giroud was questioned […]

Arsene Wenger not concerned about Arsenal’s hectic Premier League schedule

23 Apr

Arsene Wenger believes his Arsenal side will be able to cope with their hectic end of season schedule – and may even benefit from playing games in such close succession. The Gunners overcame West Brom with ease on Thursday night, and they have only three days rest before coming up against Sunderland on Sunday afternoon, […]

Anxiety ‘killing’ Newcastle – Benitez

10 Apr

Media playback is not supported on this device Newcastle only try when losing – Benitez Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez says anxiety is “killing” his players as they battle against relegation. The Magpies are six points from safety with six games remaining after losing 3-1 at Southampton on Saturday. “We have four more games at home […]

Manuel Pellegrini: This crocked Man City star will definitely start against West Brom

9 Apr

“I am happy for him because he worked very well in the last month” Manuel Pellegrini Pellegrini said: “It was a very unlucky injury because it was in a training session without any problem. “He shot a ball and he felt that something happened in his muscle, and it was a […]

Manchester City team news: Confirmed XI v Paris Saint-Germain – Joe Hart and Kevin De Bruyne start

6 Apr

Manchester City take on PSG in the Champions League at 19:45, a game you can listen to live on talkSPORT. Manuel Pellegrini’s men are looking to take the upper hand in their quarter-final tie, netting an away goal and hopefully stealing a result at the Parc des Princes. They head into the game on the back […]

DR Congo’s Mbokani quits internationals

6 Apr

Mbokani has 16 goals in 31 appearances for DR Congo DR Congo and Norwich striker Dieumerci Mbokani has quit internationals after his country’s FA threatened to ban him for missing two Afcon qualifiers. Mbokani missed the games with Angola after being caught up in the Brussels airport attacks on his way to Kinshasa. The 30-year-old […]

Paul Heckingbottom ‘buzzing’ after Barnsley win Johnstone’s Paint Trophy

5 Apr

Barnsley interim manager Paul Heckingbottom was ‘buzzing’ after the Tykes won the Johnstone’s Paint Trophy final to secure the club’s first major title since 1912. Heckingbottom came into his post-match press conference at Wembley with a half-finished beer in his hand, as […]

Slavisa Jokanovic: Fulham eyeing ‘seven cup finals’ in relegation battle

3 Apr

Slavisa Jokanovic refused to get carried away after Fulham beat fellow relegation strugglers Milton Keynes 2-1 at Craven Cottage. The home side won their first game since February with strikes from Ross McCormack and Moussa Dembele. However, the Fulham manager believes that his side are still well within danger of dropping to League One. “It’s […]