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O'Hara tops Pompey targets

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

Tottenham midfielder Jamie O'Hara tops Portsmouth's list of targets after the Premier League on Tuesday removed a transfer embargo on the south coast club.Pompey have been unable to register new players since October after concerns over unpaid football debts - most notably concerning fees owed to Udinese for the departed Sulley Muntari - but now have just under a week before the January window s...Full Story »

Coyle pleased to be out of bottom three

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

Bolton manager Owen Coyle refused to gloat after getting the better of his former club Burnley. A goal from Chung-Yong Lee in the 34th minute was all that separated the struggling sides at the Reebok Stadium. The 1-0 win meant Bolton moved out of the relegation zone and Burnley into it for the first time since winning promotion to the Barclays Premier League under Coyle's leadership. But he stre...Full Story »

Smalling set for United medical

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

Fulham centre-back Chris Smalling headed for a medical at Manchester United straight after Tuesday night's 2-0 defeat to Tottenham at White Hart Lane. The 20-year-old, who was playing non-league football with Maidstone United less than two years ago, has also interested Arsenal but a deal has been agreed with United for the youngster to join them at the end of the season. There are still stages ...Full Story »

Benitez tight-lipped over Juve link

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

Liverpool boss Rafael Benitez declined to comment after the frustrating goalless draw at Wolves on reports linking him with a move to Italian giants Juventus.Benitez saw his side miss out on the chance to put pressure on the Barclays Premier League top four after drawing a blank at Molineux. There has been speculation that Juve are about to sack coach Ciro Ferrara and approach Benitez to become ...Full Story »

Coyle claim maiden Bolton win against Clarets

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

A goal from Chung-Yong Lee gave Bolton a 1-0 win and Owen Coyle's first triumph at the helm - against the Burnley outfit that he left less than a month ago.Lee made the breakthrough in the 34th minute with a shot that hit the underside of bar and went in, although it was disputed by the visitors. That was enough to separate the sides, with Bolton overtaking Burnley in the table in the process. Full Story »

Bentley completes Fulham defeat

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

David Bentley was the surprise name on the Tottenham teamsheet but the wantaway winger made a telling contribution in the 2-0 victory over Fulham to keep his club in the Barclays Premier League top four.Bentley is desperate to leave Spurs and his first start since the beginning of December could attract attention from other clubs - it was a determined performance, capped off by a free-kick that ...Full Story »

Super-sub Webber rescues Pompey point

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

Portsmouth substitute Danny Webber notched his first Premier League goal for the club to keep Avram Grant's side in touch with their relegation rivals following the 1-1 draw against West Ham.The Hammers held basement team Pompey at Fratton Park, with skipper Matthew Upson giving the visitors the lead after 52 minutes.But Webber's 75th-minute goal just two minutes after replacing Frederic Piquion...Full Story »

Reds frustrated by battling Wolves

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

Liverpool suffered a severe blow to their hopes of securing Champions League football as they were frustrated by Mick McCarthy's Wolves side in a goalless draw at Molineux.The point means the Reds move above Manchester City on goal difference into fifth spot, but they have played two games more.In contrast, it was a precious point for Wolves in their battle to stay in the top flight. Full Story »

Allardyce bids furious farewell

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

Sam Allardyce delivered a farewell blast to Benni McCarthy after Blackburn agreed a fee with West Ham to sign the South Africa striker.McCarthy has gone AWOL this week in an attempt to force through a transfer but such action may have been unnecessary after the clubs agreed a fee believed to be £2.25million. The 32-year-old stayed away from training for the last three days, with some reports say...Full Story »

Investor saves county

Posted Wednesday, January 27, 2010 by PA

The future of Notts County has been secured after the club confirmed they have found a new investor to pay off all debts.The Coca-Cola League Two club announced on Tuesday that the investment had been secured, subject to contract and due diligence, and would cover all existing club debts.The details of the investment have not been revealed and the identity of the investor will remain confidentia...Full Story »

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