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Sacking Roy Hodgson is not enough for Liverpool's Spanish stars

Posted Friday, January 07, 2011 by theguardian.com

• Torres and Reina want high-profile manager • Money must also be available for transfers Roy Hodgson is facing pressure from all sides as he struggles to stay in charge at Anfield. Liverpool's new owners have been warned that even the sacking of Roy Hodgson might not be enough to stave off an exodus of their key players, including Fernando Torres and Pepe Reina. Although the mana...Full Story »

What's going on ear, Cheryl?

Posted Thursday, January 06, 2011 by The Sun

Careful whispers ... Cheryl Cole and Derek Hough have fought to keep their romance quiet COLE lotta love! These are the pictures that finally show CHERYL COLE and DEREK HOUGH are more than just mates.For months X Factor judge Cheryl has refused to confirm or deny she is dating the muscular American dancer. But these intimate snaps on holiday in Cape Town show romance has blossomed. Rub d...Full Story »

Ronaldo Looks Belly Happy

Posted Thursday, January 06, 2011 by The Sun

  FOR anyone feeling a little bit guilty about overindulging at Christmas, have a gander at former football megastar RONALDO.The Brazilian striker looks like he's been living on bacon rolls, Mars bars and lager. The gap-toothed goal machine was in St Barts on his hols. Luckily he was nowhere near whaling ships with trigger-happy harpoonists.Full Story »

Mutu skips training, heads for Fiorentina exit

Posted Thursday, January 06, 2011 by UK.eurosport.yahoo.com

Adrian Mutu's future at Fiorentina looks bleak after the striker deserted training and the Serie A strugglers threatened legal action against him. The Romanian, who returned from a nine-month drugs ban in October when he was also involved in a fracas with a barman, looks to have pushed Fiorentina's patience too far and has been dropped from the squad to play Bologna on Thursday. "Adrian Mutu...Full Story »

Atkinson back at Rochdale

Posted Thursday, January 06, 2011 by skysports.com

Rochdale have snatched Will Atkinson from under the noses of Rotherham after signing him on loan from Hull. Atkinson, who spent two successful spells on loan at Dale last term, has been with the Millers for the last month and agreed to stay at Don Valley until the end of the season. However, after learning of Dale's interest, he has had a change of heart and opted to join the League One side...Full Story »

Owls in talks with Johnson

Posted Tuesday, January 04, 2011 by skysports.com

The Pilgrims have allowed the 22-year-old Benin international defender to travel north for talks with the Hillsborough outfit. Argyle, who are desperately looking to raise funds in order to pay a tax bill to HM Revenue and Customs, have already sold Craig Noone to league leaders Brighton for £300,000 in the January transfer window. Now Marseille-born Johnson, who moved to Home Park in 2...Full Story »

Brazil star rules out City switch

Posted Tuesday, January 04, 2011 by skysports.com

Manchester City target Hulk has ruled out a move away from Porto in the January transfer window. Big-spending City have been linked with a move for highly-rated forward Hulk as they look to bolster their attacking options this month. However, Hulk insists he is not bothered about the speculation and remains committed to Porto. He said: "I want to be a champion with Porto and carry on the se...Full Story »

Blackburn Rovers owners dismiss move for Ronaldinho

Posted Tuesday, January 04, 2011 by theguardian.com

Ronaldinho is expected to leave Milan and has been linked with a move to Blackburn. The owners of Blackburn Rovers have dismissed reports linking the club with a move for Ronaldinho, describing them as "just rumours". The Brazilian World Cup winner is set to leave San Siro and Rovers have been reported to be vying with Gremio for his signature. However, Venkatesh Rao, director of Venky's, to...Full Story »

Premier League plans tougher rules to make Sir Alex Ferguson talk

Posted Friday, December 10, 2010 by theguardian.com

Sir Alex Ferguson still refuses to speak to the BBC despite rules designed to make managers talk to rights holders. The Premier League plans to introduce rules that would require managers and players to talk to the press after every match or face a fine, as part of a drive to improve relations with the media. The new rules will force Sir Alex Ferguson, who has already landed Manchester United...Full Story »

Newcastle hope to have new manager in place at the weekend

Posted Wednesday, December 08, 2010 by theguardian.com

Martin Jol resigned as manager of Ajax on Monday night. Newcastle United are hoping to install Chris Hughton's successor in time for Saturday's game against Liverpool, although it looks unlikely to be Martin Jol. With Mike Ashley, Newcastle's owner, said to be wary of making an instant appointment the club intend to talk to two or three potential managers this week. The aim is to secure an exp...Full Story »

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