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Fabio Capello resigns as England boss after FA meeting

February 9, 2012

England manager Fabio Capello has resigned, as confirmed by the Football Association. Capello quit at the end of a meeting held at Wembley Stadium with the FA's chairman David Bernstein. On Monday, the Italian, aged 65, publicly challenged the Football Association's decision to take the national team's captaincy from John ...

NFL Wembley clash unlikely to sell out

October 6, 2011

The International Series NFL clash at Wembley later in October is unlikely to be sold out, according to American football’s UK managing director. The 23 October tie between the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and the Chicago Bears will be the fifth that has been held in London. In past years, the annual ...

Irish minnows offer City ace Tevez lifeline

September 29, 2011

Irish League outfit Limavady United have shocked and amused the world of football by today offering Manchester City’s Carlos Tevez a quick escape route from his current troubles with the English Premier League giants. The County Londonderry side's vice-chairman David Brewster sent a fax to City, offering to take the striker, ...

Dalglish rushes to defend Carroll

September 8, 2011

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish rushed to the defence of Andy Carroll in a press conference this morning, as a response to recent criticism from England boss Fabio Capello over the youngster’s lifestyle. Carroll was on the bench for England's victory against Wales at Wembley Stadium on Wednesday. After the match, Capello ...

Nasri confirms City move

August 25, 2011

Samir Nasri today completed his move to Manchester City from Arsenal for a reported £25m, saying at a press conference to announce the deal that he was delighted at the prospect of joining a club that has "more passionate" fans. The Frenchman, aged 24, said that Arsenal have great followers but ...

Mike Summerbee accuses Sky of United bias

February 21, 2011

Former Manchester City player Mike Summerbee has refused to apologise after accusing Sky TV of favouring Manchester United over his club. The retired footballer admitted losing his temper live on air while watching City's 2-1 defeat to United, but said he still believes that the broadcaster only sees the rival ...

Legal wrangling to continue over sale of Liverpool

February 9, 2011

The Royal Bank of Scotland and former Liverpool owner Tom Hicks will continue disputing the club’s sale to New England Sports Ventures in the High Court. Both sides want injunctions coming from a heated court-room battle last October which culminated in the sale of the club against Hicks’s wishes. In what ...

Goodbye Andy Gray, but Richard Keys must follow too

January 26, 2011

Sky Sports’s Andy Gray was sacked after off-air sexist remarks caught on tape were leaked, and now the station is being pushed to boot off primary football anchor Richard Keys. The two were once before reprimanded for making lewd remarks about a female assistant referee prior to a game between ...

Sky Sports pundits apologise for sexism

January 24, 2011

Two Sky Sports football pundits have been forced to apologise after sexist comments they made about a female lines official were leaked to the media. Richard Keys and Andy Gray, both previously respected in the profession, uttered the offensive remarks during Liverpool's 3-0 victory over Wolves this weekend. Although their remarks ...

Purslow insists Liverpool not in danger of receivership

September 23, 2010

Despite Liverpool facing serious struggles both on and off the football pitch, managing director Purslow insists the team is not in danger of receivership. Having suffered a recent loss to Northampton in Anfield during a penalty shootout, the football club is also facing financial woes as American co-owners, Tom Hicks and ...

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