And then there were four… The World Cup is now a mini European Championship, with favourites Brazil and Uruguay bowing…
The World Cup has reached the last eight phase, with the mouth-watering ties seemingly in the first half of the…
England’s first-ever penalty shootout victory in a World Cup has got the nation dreaming of ending 52 years of hurt.…
Results and performances in Saturday’s pre-World Cup friendlies in Europe have served only to strengthen Brazil’s claims for favouritism…
The home of English football, Wembley Stadium, could soon be under new ownership. Jacksonville Jaguars owner Shahid Khan, who is…
Chelsea manager Antonio Conte believes his side must not underestimate their opponents as they look to reach a second successive FA…
Everton manager Sam Allardyce insists a survey sent to supporters asking them to rate his performance on a scale of…
Gameweek 13 in the English Premier League brought up numerous low-scoring affairs with the likes of Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City picking up victories by the narrowest of margins, while Watford continued their ascendancy with a 3-0 win at Newcastle. Liverpool were forced to settle with a point after Willian’s freak equaliser for Chelsea
Jose Mourinho wants to strengthen his options at left-back for Manchester United with the signing of Tottenham’s Danny Rose, according to The Daily Mirror. Danny Rose made his first Premier League appearance since February earlier this month after recovering from an ACL injury. The 27-year-old was left out of Spurs’ squad for a pivotal North
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All 32 participants have been decided for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. The agony and the ecstasy of World Cup Qualifying was on full display; Panama and Iceland made history by qualifying for their first-ever World Cup Finals, while there were scenes of heartbreak in Milan when Italy failed to secure a World
League Cup holders Manchester United will face Championship opposition in the form of Bristol City after Thursday’s Quarter-Final draw. While Jose Mourinho’s side might consider themselves lucky to have drawn the only second-tier outfit remaining in the competition, their opponents haven’t been phased by the prospect of facing teams from a division they haven’t appeared
Sam Allardyce could be making a return to international management by taking up the vacant United States National Team spot, according to France Football Magazine. Bruce Arena, who had taken over from German manager Jurgen Klinsmann in December 2016, walked away from the position last week after failing to qualify the US for the 2018
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Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino has expressed his interest in one day managing the England national team. In an extract taken from his new book, Brave New World (not to be confused with Aldous Huxley’s dystopian science-fiction classic of the same title), the Spurs boss picked England as the one international side he would consider. “If
FIFA will use its updated October World Rankings to seed all four pots for the 2018 World Cup draw, with the places of nations in Pot 1 confirmed. This is a new format for World Cup seeding; usually, only the top eight nations are seeded with the rest of the pots grouped by Confederation. Noticeable
Gareth Southgate has selected 26 players for England’s World Cup Qualifying matches against Slovenia and Lithuania in October. Several England regulars miss out due to injury, such as Adam Lallana, Danny Rose, Nathaniel Clyne, Jamie Vardy and Danny Welbeck, leaving Southgate frustrated heading into the last two games of qualifying. “If you were to say,
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Manchester City head into the 2017/18 campaign with lofty ambitions amidst an ongoing summer recruitment that has so far seen the club outlay in excess of £200 million on six new players. More money spent means more headlines to be written about manager Pep Guardiola, who will be under pressure to have something significant to
Manchester City have announced the signing of Tottenham and England right-back Kyle Walker for an initial £45 million. A further £5 million in potential bonuses would mean the 27-year-old could become the most expensive English player in history. “I am thrilled to be signing for City and can’t wait to get started,” said Walker. Kyle
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Manchester City are targeting Southampton full-back Ryan Bertrand following frustration over Monaco’s demands for Benjamin Mendy. The French champions want a fee in excess of £40 million for Benjamin Mendy, while Manchester City believe a deal can be struck with Southampton over the Englishman for considerably less. Ryan Bertrand will turn 28 by the start
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Arsene Wenger’s 20-year reign as Arsenal manager was capped off with a 1-0 win away at Burnley prior to the international break, and the Frenchman has expressed his desire to remain with the club after his contract expires at the end of the season. Wenger has also gone on to back Gareth Southgate to succeed
Ryan Giggs, the Manchester United legend, was invited as a pundit on ITV during their Saturday night show which covered the game between England and Malta. The ex-midfielder’s presence in the studio was mainly to analyze Jesse Lingard, who did debut in that match. Nevertheless, there was a quick discussion regarding Ryan Giggs’ opportunity to
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Gareth Southgate is about to lead the England national squad for the first time as their head-coach, as the Three Lions are to play Malta on Saturday afternoon. It will be definitely interesting to see what starting lineup Southgate will choose and what will be his game-plan. However, it seems that one thing is certain
The England national squad will be going against Malta on Saturday in a match from the 2020 World Cup qualifiers. Gareth Southgate, who is the team’s interim manager, will be hoping for an impressive win in order to put his name in consideration for the permanent job. Southgate will most likely have a lot of
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The Tottenham Hotspurs have been on an impressive upward trend since the beginning of last season and their rise has continued at the start of the current campaign as well. Among the reasons for their good performances are their entire team is young and talented, they have a great coach, but it seems that the
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Life hasn’t been easy for the FA lately, as after they had to hunt down a new manager for the England national squad following Roy Hodgson’s horrible Euro 2016 campaign, they will have to do the same now due to Sam Allardyce vacating the post as result of a scandal. Currently Gareth Southgate is the
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Despite some initial skepticism by Gareth Southgate after Roy Hodgson quit the post manager of the England national squad, it seems that the ex-Middlesbrough coach has changed up his mind and wants to become The Three Lions’ permanent boss. Southgate has been assigned the position of interim coach for the next four games at least,
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