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Brown adds to Fergie woes

Posted Monday, March 08, 2010 by PA

Wes Brown's suspected broken metatarsal has added to Manchester United's injury woes ahead of AC Milan's visit in Champions League on Wednesday. Brown sustained the injury against Wolves on Saturday and there are concerns that the England defender may have broken his fifth metatarsal, the one that takes the longest to heal. Although Brown should have recovered in time for the World Cup, the ...Full Story »

Martinez doing a good job - Benitez

Posted Monday, March 08, 2010 by PA

Liverpool manager Rafael Benitez has backed Wigan counterpart Roberto Martinez's approach to the Latics' relegation battle. The Reds head to the DW Stadium on Monday night looking for the victory which will lift them back into the coveted fourth place in the Barclays Premier League, but in contrast Wigan are mired in a struggle at the foot of the table. "Martinez is doing a good job. They ...Full Story »

A Win Could Have Been Priceless Today – Udinese Coach Pasquale Marino

Posted Monday, March 08, 2010 by Goal.com

The Zebrette coach rued a missed chance to move further away from the dangerzone… After watching his Udinese outfit play out a 0-0 draw with struggling Atalanta this afternoon, coach Pasquale Marino bemoaned a missed opportunity as the Zebrette remain just five points above the dropzone. “I’m still not sure whether this is one point gained or two points lost,” Marino de...Full Story »

Ferguson angered by Red Knights link

Posted Sunday, March 07, 2010 by PA

Sir Alex Ferguson has furiously rejected a Sunday newspaper report claiming he is supporting the Red Knights' bid to take over Manchester United. The Old Trafford boss was reportedly in support of any potential buyout of the Glazer family by the wealthy consortium, while there were suggestions he would be prepared to invest his own money in the club if the bid were to succeed. However, Fergu...Full Story »

Dyer aims to prove his worth

Posted Sunday, March 07, 2010 by PA

Kieron Dyer has reacted angrily to suggestions that he has been a colossal waste of money and should consider retirement. Dyer has been restricted to just seven starts for West Ham in two-and-a-half years, having suffered a broken leg shortly after his £6million move from Newcastle and constant hamstring problems. And last month, in comments widely interpreted as being aimed at the midf...Full Story »

Carragher would move on from Reds

Posted Sunday, March 07, 2010 by PA

Jamie Carragher would have "no problem" moving to another club if Liverpool decide against offering him a contract extension. The 32-year-old defender will have a year remaining on his present deal when this season finishes, and there are no negotiations currently taking place about a renewal. And Carragher, who has spent all of his career so far at Anfield, acknowledges there may come a tim...Full Story »

Reina the best in England - Benitez

Posted Saturday, March 06, 2010 by PA

Liverpool goalkeeper Jose Reina is the best in the Barclays Premier League, according to manager Rafael Benitez, which is why he is delighted the Spaniard has agreed to a contract extension at Anfield. The 27-year Spain international has committed to a new deal to ward off interest from a number of Europe's top clubs. Reina has been Liverpool's player of the season and, with 12 clean sheets,...Full Story »

Rooney needs to slow down - Ferguson

Posted Saturday, March 06, 2010 by PA

Sir Alex Ferguson is confident Wayne Rooney will eventually curb his natural enthusiasm. Ferguson believes it was Rooney's desire to be involved in everything, all the time, that led to him playing for England against Egypt. It was a decision that could yet come back to haunt Manchester United as their star man is now a doubt for Saturday evening's trip to Wolves. "It is hard to quell peop...Full Story »

Wenger: Ramsey may never be the same

Posted Saturday, March 06, 2010 by PA

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits Aaron Ramsey may never overcome the psychological impact of his horrific leg break, insisting "some players are never the same". Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger admits Aaron Ramsey may never overcome the psychological impact of his horrific leg break, insisting "some players are never the same". Wenger was infuriated by Ramsey's injury at Stoke last weekend which...Full Story »

Walcott admits World Cup worry

Posted Saturday, March 06, 2010 by skysports.com

Walcott: Fitness the keyTheo Walcott has conceded there is fierce competition for places in the England World Cup squad. The Arsenal winger looked an automatic selection after scoring a hat-trick against Croatia last season but he has struggled with injuries this term. Other players such as Aaron Lennon, Shaun Wright-Phillips and David Beckham are vying for the spot on the right s...Full Story »

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