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Sunderland’s Gooch likely to remain sidelined with injury

shares share tweet pin sms send email By: Larry Henry Jr. | 14 minutes ago Follow @lhenry019 Lynden Gooch is expected to remain sidelined when Sunderland returns to EFL League One action this weekend. The 23-year-old was injured in Sunderland’s 5-0 win over Tranmere Rovers back on Oct. 22nd and has yet to return to Phil Parkinson’s side. He was…

Man City evening headlines: Guardiola’s agent on exit and Liverpool FC handed injury boost in title race

The evening headlines from Manchester City on Monday, November 18. Pep Guardiola's agent speaks on Man City future Pep Guardiola's agent has insisted that his client is happy in Manchester, amid links stating a return to Bayern Munich was on the cards and following comments where he suggested he was open to coaching in Italy. His refusal to rule out managing in Italy sparked speculation on his future, while reports of Bayern's interest in a reunion with their former boss were legitimised by comments from new president

Age Hareide: ‘If Ireland play like that they will probably come through their playoff’

Andrew Dempsey reports from the Aviva Stadium Danish boss Age Hareide admits that he felt his side were lucky to come away from the Aviva Stadium with a draw on Monday evening. Hareide also praised the Republic of Ireland during his post-match press conference – noting that he expects the Boys in Green to seal their passage to EURO 2020 should they turn in a similar performance in the Playoffs. “We didn’t play well at all,” Hareide said. “I don’t know

Ex England Striker Urges Everton To Sign This 22 Goal Forward: Should Silva Take His Advice?

Everton signed Moise Kean with a lot of gung-ho from Juventus, but the Italian striker has so far failed to get going. In fact, his time at Merseyside has been so poor that his father has admitted (Sky Sports) that moving to England was a mistake. Marco Silva’s men have had a poor start to the season as they are languishing on the 14th pot on the table. Scoring goals have been an issue for the Toffees, and we think that the club could be on the lookout for a striker in January especially if Kean decides to

What Man City fans need to know about the Killers’ massive gig in Manchester

Manchester will be welcoming the Killers back as they perform a stadium show at Emirates Old Trafford. The Las Vegas band will play at the home of Lancashire Cricket on Saturday May 30. The venue has a capacity of 75,731 and it's set to be one of the biggest gigs of the summer in the city. However there is a key piece of information for fans of Manchester City . The gig is on the same night as this year's Champions League final will take place at the Atatürk Olimpiyat Stadı in Istanbul. The back-to-back Premier League

McCarthy rues lack of a clinical edge as the Boys in Green go down fighting against Denmark

Andrew Dempsey reports from the Aviva Stadium Republic of Ireland boss Mick McCarthy admits that his side were not clinical enough in front of goal after the Boys in Green could only manage a draw at home to Denmark. The result sees McCarthy’s side needing a playoff to progress to the European Championship’s – despite enjoying much of the dominance on Monday evening. “Well, quite clearly, we weren’t (clinical enough),” the former Ipswich Town boss

Phil Hay Updates On Leeds United’s Interest In This Middlesbrough Ace: Right Call From Bielsa?

Leeds United were recently linked (Northern Echo) with a move for Middlesbrough’s centre back Daniel Ayala. The Spanish defender is in the final year of his contract, and the Whites were linked with a January move for him. However, Phil Hay of the Athletic in a Q and A (subscription needed) has revealed that Ayala is not on United’s radar and a centre back is unlikely going to be a priority in January. Leeds’ Director of Football had already indicated that the Whites would not

Luis Enrique set for Spain return as Roberto Moreno walks away in tears | Football

Luis Enrique is set to return as Spain’s manager on Tuesday, five months after giving up the post. He left because his nine-year-old daughter, who subsequently died, was seriously ill with bone cancer. His former assistant, Robert Moreno, who took over as head coach in June and had previously run the side in Luis Enrique’s name, will leave immediately. Moreno walked out of the Metropolitano stadium in tears and without a word following Spain’s 5-0 win over Romania on Monday night. The players did not speak to the media…

Spain put on five-star finish by thrashing ragged Romania

Madrid (AFP) – Spain finished their Euro 2020 qualifying campaign with a bang as they thrashed Romania 5-0 on Monday to secure a top seeding in the draw for the finals later this month.  With automatic qualification sealed and first place guaranteed after their 7-0 demolition of Malta on Saturday, Spain indulged in another goal-fest at the Wanda Metropolitano, where Villarreal striker Gerard Moreno scored twice.  Yet despite 10 games unbeaten in Group F, including eight wins and 31 goals scored,…

A decade of dominance: The key dates in a glorious era for Man City

As a new decade dawned in Manchester the blue side of the City were beginning to dream. On January 1, 2010 they were sixth in the Premier League, but there was a feeling that a trophy drought dating back to 1976 might soon be over. This was the second season of the Sheikh Mansour era and the campaign had begun with another round of spending. In came Gareth Barry, Roque Santa Cruz, Carlos Tevez, Emmanuel Adebayor, Kolo Toure, Sylvinho and Joleon Lescott. There'd be plenty of misses in that list but City were moving in the

Arsenal Identify This Former Barcelona Man As Potential Replacement For Emery: An Ideal Choice?

According to Football.London, Luis Enrique has been earmarked as one of the potential candidates to replace Unai Emery. The Arsenal boss reportedly has only one month to recover from an awful start to the campaign and save his job, failing which, the Gunners will have to find a replacement. Enrique, in that regard, does appear like an interesting option. But, is he really an ideal replacement for Emery? In this article, we will talk about the prospects of Enrique potentially

Israel sees Messi visit as victory, even as Argentina and Uruguay draw

Tel Aviv (AFP) – Lionel Messi scored a late penalty as Argentina drew 2-2 with Uruguay in a friendly held in Israel Monday, with the Jewish state considering the match a victory. The game pitted Messi against his Barcelona teammate Luis Suarez, and it looked as though the Uruguayan had gotten the better of him as he scored one goal and set up another to give his team a 2-1 lead going into injury time. But a ball into the box was handled by a Uruguayan defender, and Messi calmly slotted the…

Why Manchester United are still suffering from Sir Alex Ferguson’s retirement – Charlotte Duncker

Just after 9am on May 8 2013 marked the end of an era at Manchester United. Sir Alex Ferguson announced he was retiring as manager after 26 years in charge at the club having led United to their 20th league title taking his trophy haul to an impressive 38 trophies. 13 league titles, two Champions League's, five FA Cups and four League Cups Ferguson won it all and in doing so became the greatest manager the game has ever seen. As the decade comes to a close MEN Sport looks back on the last 10 years which included the last

Murray will do ‘great job’ at Davis Cup, says British captain

Andy Murray Walks Out Of Press Conference In Tears Ahead Of Retirement Announcement Andy Murray will do a "great job" when he continues his comeback from injury at next week's inaugural Davis Cup Finals in Madrid, British captain Leon Smith said on Sunday.The former world number one claimed his first ATP title since 2017 last month in Antwerp to raise hopes that he could return to the top of the game despite needing career-saving hip surgery earlier this year.Murray, who inspired Britain to the 2015 Davis Cup title,…

Steven Naismith’s ‘nous and experience’ important to Steve Clarke’s plans

Steven Naismith is poised to lead the line for Scotland again tonight, with manager
Steve Clarke revealing he has reached an agreement with Hearts interim head coach Austin MacPhee over the 33-year-old striker’s involvement. Naismith, pictured right, has been bedevilled by knee and thigh injuries over the past 18 months and only recently returned to action for the Tynecastle club.There was a moment of alarm on Saturday when Naismith, captaining Scotland on his 50th appearance for his country,

Spain 5-0 Romania: Robert Moreno cancels Spain press conference

Spain 5-0 Romania Luis Enrique could returnRobert Moreno has informed his Spain players that he won't stay in the job for the Euro 2020 and said goodbye to the squad in tears on Monday night.At noon on Tuesday a press conference will be held, but the coach won't speak and he has already decided not to appear before the press.Press at the Wanda Metropolitano on Monday then became even more interested in the mixed zones, with the players' words taking on more importance due to the coach's decision to not speak.The situation…
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