Soccer - Friday 28 February, 2014
League officials confirmed details of the 2014 prize fund today ahead of next Friday’s big kick-off.
The Atletico Madrid player has scored 27 times in all competitions this season.
Some of the proceeds raised by ‘From Tito to Drogba’ will go towards financing health and education projects in Africa.
The former Chelsea and Spurs boss is setting his sights high for a job next season.
Whisky, golf and amazing sights… What’s not to like?
“I wear sunglasses because of the glare of the spotlights. I wear gloves because it is very cold in the UK.”
Pepe Reina remains under contract at Anfield but Liverpool boss Brendan Rodgers doesn’t see him coming back.
“Because he’s playing in a team where the results are not going their way, the spotlight sometimes lands quicker on the Cleverleys,” England boss says.
Benfica’s Argentine midfielder undoubtedly scored the goal of the night last night.
The United strikers are getting along just fine, says the Mexican.
Soccer - Thursday 27 February, 2014
Tim Sherwood’s side looked dead and buried as they needed three goals against a stubborn Dnipro team.
Elsewhere, Ajax fell by the wayside too, going down 6-1 on aggregate to Salzburg.
The President is one of the LOI’s most high-profile fans.
The West Bromwich Albion forward was also ordered to complete a “compulsory education course” although he does have right of appeal.
Martin O’Neill will have to do without the Nottingham Forest star for next Wednesday’s friendly.
The Schalke midfielder was photographed in the dressing room while waiting for a drugs test.
The French defender says the players will do everything in their power to finish in the top four.
The big kick-off is just a week away.
“We are in a society where everyone wants to control everything; I don’t understand this at all,” said a furious Wenger when asked about the reaction.
They’re not the type of thing your nan would knit.
What… no David Luiz?
“We are very disappointed. It’s a tough season,” said the Dutch striker.
The Anfield skipper spent ‘hours’ talking to the Uruguayan striker.
Soccer - Wednesday 26 February, 2014
Fellow pundit Richie Sadlier, meanwhile, called on the league champions to jettison struggling boss David Moyes.
Six more of those in Madrid and Schalke will be flying.
The Welshman and the world’s best player scored fine goals in an emphatic away win over Schalke.
The former Celtic man will be up to match fitness soon, according to the Everton boss.
Judging by this photo anyway.
The Spanish striker tapped in a Cesar Azpilicueta cut-back to put the Londoners 1-0 up on Galatasaray.
International manager Sue Ronan and Peamount United boss Eileen Gleeson are taking their Pro Licence at the moment.
“It’s been a fantastic club and one I hold dear but if it’s not to be I might have to move on.”
And the programme will have a later broadcast time.
The reaction to last night’s defeat in Greece has underlined the job that’s facing David Moyes.
United chiefs insist the manager is going nowhere, despite rumours this morning.
Scott Brown looks like an ice lolly, Bill.
‘We’re determined to put it right, and we’ll have opportunities to do it in the coming weeks,’ says the under-pressure coach.
The Ireland goalkeeper believes the upcoming qualification group will go down to the wire.
The former Ireland international made an instant impact on Monday night but knows he can’t risk overdoing things.
The coach oversaw another highly disappointing performance from Manchester United last night.
But the United striker defended David Moyes on Dutch TV.