FA Cup remaining fixtures rolled out amid Coronavirus

May 29, 2020 Supersport 0

The FA Cup final will be held on August 1, the Football Association announced on Friday, after the Premier League said on Thursday that its season will restart on June 17. The quarterfinals of the FA Cup will be held over the weekend of June 27-28, with the semifinals earmarked for the weekend of July 18-19. The knockout competition, like Read More

Breaking: Man city set to host Arsenal as Premier League returns

May 28, 2020 TheSun 0

The Premier League is set to return on Wednesday 17 June, according to reports. Manchester City will host Arsenal while Aston Villa take on Sheffield United in the first games back after the break. Plans were in place for the season to resume on Friday 19 June, but the Telegraph claim that has been scrapped. Two matches will be played Read More

Breaking: At last, Premier League returns

May 28, 2020 Editor 0

Premier League clubs have agreed on a restart date of June 20 in what is a huge breakthrough for their Project Restart plans, according to the Mirror. The Premier League have desperately been trying to finalise plans to get the season back underway again following its suspension at the beginning of March amid the coronavirus crisis. And now a big breakthrough appears to Read More

Breaking: Haaland fails to score as Bayern pip Dortmund, near 8th straight Bundesliga title

May 26, 2020 TheSun 0

In Bundesliga, Bayern took a decisive step towards an eighth straight German title, as victory at the home of their closest rivals left them seven points clear with six games to play. But this was the evening when we realised that behind-closed-doors football can still possess high quality, intensity and tempo. After two rounds of largely uninspiring ‘ghost games’ since Read More

‘Newcastle to make Pochettino among highest paid coach if…’

April 29, 2020 Editorial IV 0

Newcastle United are prepared to make Mauricio Pochettino one of the best-paid managers in the world, should the impending takeover go through. The North East club are currently the subject of a bid, led by Amanda Staveley and backed by the wealth of the Saudi Public Investment Fund, which is is currently being ratified by the Premier League. Should the deal go Read More

Breaking: Kane leads as Tottenham players turn out for training ahead Premier League resumption

April 28, 2020 TheSun 0

Tottenham began welcoming players back to training on Tuesday ahead of football’s return from the coronavirus pandemic. Harry Kane was among the stars seen entering the Enfield base as part of Spurs’ efforts to prepare for the Premier League’s resumption. No date has been set for any matches as of yet but the North London side joined neighbours Arsenal in slowly Read More

Revealed! When Premier League ‘ll resume

April 24, 2020 TheSun 0

Premier League football could be back on TV within weeks — in a major boost for bored Brits. Boris Johnson has been briefed on plans for matches to be played behind closed doors and sees the resumption of live sport as key to boosting the moral of the nation after weeks of being shut inside. Other football leagues, tennis, cricket and horse Read More

In England, Southgate agrees to 30 per cent pay cut

April 5, 2020 Skysports 0

England manager Gareth Southgate has agreed to a 30 per cent pay cut. The move is expected to be confirmed by the Football Association (FA) next week. An FA spokesman told Sky Sports News: “The financial implications of the coronavirus are not yet known however, as a not-for-profit organisation, we want to ensure that we take the appropriate course of Read More

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Breaking: Again, Lampard truimphs over Mourinho as Chelsea down Tottenham, retain 4th Premier League spot

February 22, 2020 Editor 0

FrankLampard and Chelsea humbled Jose Mourinho again thanks to goals from Olivier Giroud and Marcos Alonso. On the ground where Lampard and Mourinho enjoyed such happy times together, the former Chelsea boss was serenaded with chants of “You’re not special anymore” from the home fans. Goals from Giroud and Alonso seal the win against Spurs, who grabbed a late consolation Read More

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Breaking: Ighalo makes another sub appearance for Manchester United, debuts in Europa

February 20, 2020 Editor 0

Former Super Eagles striker, Odion Ighalo, has just replaced teammate Anthony Joshua in the first leg of Manchester United’s Europa League last-32 game against Club Brugge still ongoing. The former Nigeria international joined the Red Devils on a short-term loan deal from Chinese Super League side Shanghai Shenhua in January. Ighalo first played for the Red Devils at Monday’s Premier Read More

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Breaking: Late Son’s strike lifts Spurs; Ozil, Lacazette shine as Arsenal tune up winning style, eye UEFA Champions League spot

February 16, 2020 Editor 0

Tottenham manager Jose Mourinho believes Manchester City’s two-season ban from the Champions League has opened the door for a host of teams to qualify for next season’s competition. Mourinho’s men moved up to fifth in the Premier League – which could be enough to secure Champions League football should City’s appeal against the ban fail – thanks to Son Heung-min’s Read More

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UEFA ban: Key Manchester City players set to exit club

February 16, 2020 Editor 0

After the ban placed on Manchester City by UEFA, the club will now resolve to sell leading players such as Raheem Sterling, Kevin De Bruyne and Aymeric Laporte. This will happen if their appeal at the Court of Arbitration for Sport fails. UEFA slammed City a two-year ban from the Champions League and other European competitions on Friday. Pep Guardiola’s Read More

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Breaking: UEFA slams 2-year Champions League, Europa ban on Manchester City

February 14, 2020 Editor 0

Manchester City have been banned from all UEFA competitions for the next two seasons and fined £24.9m for “serious breaches” of UEFA’s Financial Fair Play and club licensing regulations. An Adjudicatory Chamber of the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) found the Premier League champions guilty of serious breaches of the UEFA Club Licensing and Financial Fair Play Regulations. In a Read More

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Wenger set for Arsenal return *See why

February 7, 2020 Editor 0

Arsenal are reportedly planning to bring their longest-serving manager Arsene Wenger back to the Emirates Stadium. The Frenchman parted ways with the club after 22 years in May 2018 having won three Premier Leagues and several other domestic titles during his reign. Wenger was heavily scrutinised by the supporters towards the end of his reign at the north London club Read More

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Ighalo gets Manchester United shirt number, unveils customised boot

February 4, 2020 Editor 0

Manchester United have assigned jersey number 25 to Odion Ighalo, who joined the club for a short-term loan from Shanghai Shenhua. Also, the former Super Eagles striker has unveiled his Manchester United boots less than a week after making a sensational return to Premier League, and interestingly the beautiful pair was dedicated to his late sister Mary Atole. The club Read More

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Ighalo: My Manchester United move ‘a dream come true’, storms UK

February 2, 2020 Editor 0

Odion Ighalo described his move to Manchester United as a ‘dream come true’ as he arrived in the UK after signing for the club on loan until the end of the season. The 30-year-old striker sealed a shock loan move to United from Chinese club Shanghai Shenhua in the closing moments of the transfer window on Friday. The move came as a surprise to Read More

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Unveiled! How Nigerian Ighalo loomed large, dominated #DeadlineDay transfer… and clubs made final rushes

February 1, 2020 Editor 0

West Ham’s late capture of Hull City forward Jarrod Bowen for an initial £18m was the only big-money move of the lowest-spending Premier League January transfer deadline day since 2010. Premier League clubs spent £230m in the month, the second highest total ever. But only £25m of that was spent on deadline day. Odion Ighalo’s move from Shanghai Shenhua to Manchester United dominated Read More

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Iheanacho rescues Leicester again, fires club to FA Cup victory

January 25, 2020 Editor 0

Leicester edged into the FA Cup fifth round as Kelechi Iheanacho’s early goal sealed a 1-0 win at second-tier Brentford on Saturday. Brendan Rodgers’ side are chasing a trip to Wembley on two fronts and they took the next step in the FA Cup after surviving a hard-fought fourth-round clash in west London. Flying high in the Premier League, third-placed Read More

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Arsenal cage Chelsea as Manchester City scratch victory vs Sheffield in Premier League action… see other results

January 22, 2020 Editor 0

Ten-man Arsenal slowed Chelsea’s charge for a Champions League place on Tuesday as Manchester City kept up their distant pursuit of Liverpool with victory at Sheffield United on a dramatic evening of Premier League football. Newcastle improbably came back from 2-0 down to draw against Everton, with substitute Florian Lejeune netting twice in stoppage time, and Aston Villa found a Read More

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Why I prefer golf to coaching Manchester Utd, Real Madrid – Pep

January 7, 2020 Editor 0

Pep Guardiola insists he would rather retire to the golf course than coach Manchester United or Real Madrid in the future. The Manchester City manager faces Ole Gunnar’s Solskjaer’s team in a Carabao Cup semi-final on Tuesday night aiming to win the trophy for a third successive year. He could have been in the opposing dugout had former United manager Sir Alex Ferguson convinced the former Barcelona boss to take over Read More