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MK Dons receive fitness boosts for Carlisle clash

Posted Friday, December 07, 2018 by PA63 hits

MK Dons boss Paul Tisdale is hopeful of having Jordan Moore-Taylor and Chuks Aneke available to him for Saturday’s League Two clash with Carlisle.Defender Moore-Taylor and striker Aneke both limped out of their side’s 2-0 victory over Morecambe on November 27, but with the club not having played since, have had time to recover.Tisdale will assess the pair, as well as midfielder Peter...Full Story »

Andy Cook suspended as Walsall face Coventry

Posted Friday, December 07, 2018 by PA67 hits

Walsall will be without striker Andy Cook for their match against Coventry at the Banks’s Stadium on Saturday.Cook will miss the game serving a one-match suspension and will be eligible for Walsall’s FA Cup replay against Sunderland.Wolves loanee Connor Johnson impressed in last week’s FA Cup draw with the Black Cats and could return to the heart of the defence after missing th...Full Story »

Injured trio could return for Blackpool’s clash with Charlton

Posted Friday, December 07, 2018 by PA52 hits

Callum Guy, Ollie Turton and Mark Cullen are all in contention to return for Blackpool in Saturday’s League One clash with Charlton.On-loan Derby midfielder Guy has missed the last three matches and Turton has missed the last two games.However, both players, and Cullen, have taken part in training this week.Blackpool could rotate their options following the goalless draw with non-league So...Full Story »

Coleman boosted by fully-fit squad as Accrington bid to end winless run

Posted Friday, December 07, 2018 by PA61 hits

Accrington manager John Coleman has a clean bill of health as he prepares for the visit of League One big boys Sunderland.Defender Harvey Rodgers and striker Andy Mangan are fit after injury and could be involved with Coleman desperate to bring a run of six league games without a win to an end.He made wholesale changes for Tuesday night’s penalty shoot-out victory over Checkatrade Trophy h...Full Story »

Real Madrid 6 - 1 UD Melilla: Real ease into last 16 of Copa del Rey with Melilla romp

Posted Friday, December 07, 2018 by PA140 hits

Marco Asensio and Isco struck twice each as Real Madrid routed minnows Melilla to ease their way into the last 16 of the Copa del Rey with a 6-1 romp.Asensio’s double came in quick succession amid a flurry of activity late in the first half as he found the back of the net twice before defender Javi Sanchez added a third inside seven minutes.Isco made it 4-0 two minutes after the break and ...Full Story »

Colchester to assess Ryan Jackson’s fitness ahead of Macclesfield clash

Posted Friday, December 07, 2018 by PA75 hits

Colchester will check on defender Ryan Jackson ahead of the Sky Bet League Two match against Macclesfield.The U’s have not been in action since the 1-0 win at Forest Green on November 27, when right-back Jackson was forced off because of a hamstring injury.Defender Kane Vincent-Young has been carrying a groin problem, so will also be monitored as the promotion-hopefuls return to action fol...Full Story »

James Perch returns to contention for Scunthorpe’s clash with Gillingham

Posted Friday, December 07, 2018 by PA81 hits

Scunthorpe welcome back James Perch from suspension for the visit of Gillingham.Defender Perch missed Sunday’s FA Cup defeat at Shrewsbury as he served a one-match ban following his red card against Southend.Lee Novak and Cameron Burgess picked up knocks on Sunday and will be assessed.Lewis Butroid and Funso Ojo remain on the sidelines for the 20th-placed Iron.Gillingham, two places higher...Full Story »

Wycombe forced to change keepers again for Barnsley clash

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA60 hits

In-form Wycombe will field a third different goalkeeper in four games for the League One clash with Barnsley.Having been unable to secure extensions for first Matt Ingram and then David Stockdale, who excelled in the win over Accrington 10 days ago, Nottingham Forest’s Stephen Henderson is the latest to arrive on a seven-day emergency loan.Wycombe’s two senior keepers, Ryan Alls...Full Story »

George Ray in contention for Crewe’s clash with Oldham

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA95 hits

George Ray is set to be available for Crewe’s Sky Bet League Two home clash with Oldham on Saturday.Club captain Ray completed the full duration of Tuesday’s Under-23s match against Burnley as he steps up his recovery from a rib problem.The issue, sustained in training, has seen the defender sit out Crewe’s last three matches.Midfielder Paul Green remains sidelined by a knee in...Full Story »

Clough hopes to have Fox in the box for Shrewsbury clash

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA49 hits

Burton hope to involve Ben Fox and Ben Turner at home to Shrewsbury.Midfielder Fox has missed the last month with a hamstring strain while central defender Turner has been out for six weeks with a calf injury.Brewers boss Nigel Clough is hoping the pair can make the bench for the Sky Bet League One clash after stepping up training this week.But David Templeton (calf) and Marvin Sordell (knee) wi...Full Story »

Footie legend Rio Ferdinand has knocked a staggering £2.5 MILLION off the original price of the house he once shared with his late wife and mother to his children Rebecca

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by hits

RIO Ferdinand has knocked £2.5million off the price of the house he shared with his late wife so he can move on with his life. The former Man United and England defender put the mansion in Alderley Edge, Cheshire, up for sale at £4.5million. Rio and Kate Wright have recently got engaged after his kids gave the pair their blessing to get married It is where he lived with Rebecca and ...Full Story »

Chelsea star Eden Hazard 'has not agreed Real Madrid deal' but talks over £150m switch next summer are set to take place

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by hits

EDEN HAZARD has not agreed terms with Real Madrid - but talks over his £150m switch are reportedly set to take place. The La Liga giants are not expected to meet Chelsea's huge valuation of the Belgian, but could offer a part-exchange deal including Mateo Kovacic. Hazard, who is out of contract with the Blues next season, has admitted that it is his "dream" to play for Madrid. But it i...Full Story »

Tuchel admits PSG not at best after being held to draw by Strasbourg

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA84 hits

Paris St Germain boss Thomas Tuchel admitted his side were not at their best after being held 1-1 at Ligue 1 rivals Strasbourg.Edinson Cavani rescued a point for PSG with a second half penalty after Kenny Lala’s spot kick before the break had given Strasbourg a surprise lead.PSG extended their unbeaten league start to 16 games this season, but they have been held in back-to-back Ligue 1 ga...Full Story »

Ranieri fights off emotion as Fulham draw with former club Leicester

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA73 hits

Claudio Ranieri fought against the emotion he felt as his new Fulham team drew 1-1 with Leicester, where he memorably won the Premier League.The Italian had been on course for an encouraging victory over his former team when Aboubakar Kamara gave Fulham a deserved first half lead, but amid further chances for both, Leicester’s James Maddison scored a classy equalising goal in the 74th...Full Story »

Saints are in good hands with Hasenhuttl, says Davis

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA61 hits

Kelvin Davis is ready to hand the Southampton reins to Ralph Hasenhuttl and believes the club will be in good hands.Davis was in caretaker charge of the Saints’ 3-1 defeat to Tottenham at Wembley, where the Austrian, who was appointed as Mark Hughes’ successor earlier on Wednesday, took a watching brief.The first hour will have been extremely uncomfortable viewing as Spurs threa...Full Story »

Tottenham 3 Southampton 1: Spurs bounce back from derby defeat, Hasenhuttl watches on

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by Goal.com93 hits

Ralph Hasenhuttl was in the stands to watch Southampton go down to a Premier League defeat at the hands of Tottenham. Tottenham bounced back from their north London derby defeat to Arsenal with a 3-1 win against Southampton, giving new Saints boss Ralph Hasenhuttl his first look at the job that lies ahead. Spurs lost 4-2 at Emirates Stadium on Sunday but banished those memories with goals fr...Full Story »

Levein unhappy over ‘soft’ penalty as Hearts draw with St Johnstone

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA59 hits

Hearts manager Craig Levein branded St Johnstone’s controversial penalty “softer than soft” as the teams fought out a 2-2 draw at McDiarmid Park.Hearts had twice taken the lead but were left frustrated after referee Andrew Dallas awarded a second half penalty for an alleged jersey pull by Peter Haring on Saints substitute Liam Gordon.Levein, who was angered by referee Bobby Mad...Full Story »

Steve Clarke not getting carried away as Kilmarnock hit top spot

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA70 hits

Kilmarnock manager Steve Clarke watched his side storm to the top of the Ladbrokes Premiership and then revealed his players were disappointed with their second-half display against Lvingston.The Rugby Park outfit climbed to the summit following a 2-0 win over Livi after Greg Stewart netted a first-half double to take his season’s tally to seven.Kilmarnock have now had just one defeat in t...Full Story »

Cavani penalty rescues point for PSG at Strasbourg

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA77 hits

Edinson Cavani’s second half penalty salvaged a point for Ligue 1 leaders Paris St Germain in a 1-1 draw at Strasbourg.Uruguay striker Cavani converted from the spot midway through the second period after Kenny Lala’s first half penalty had given Strasbourg a surprise lead.PSG have drawn back-to-back league games, but they extended their unbeaten run to 16 matches this season and sit...Full Story »

Tough watching brief for Ralph Hasenhuttl as Tottenham stroll to victory

Posted Thursday, December 06, 2018 by PA67 hits

Ralph Hasenhuttl found out the hard way just how tough his assignment at Southampton will be as he watched Tottenham earn a 3-1 win at Wembley.The Austrian was named as Mark Hughes’ successor earlier in the day and took a watching brief at the national stadium, but for the first hour it was painful viewing.Spurs bounced back from their north London derby disappointment with a trouble-free ...Full Story »

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