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Jokes About Chiefs, Sundowns, Pirates And All PSL Teams 1. Germany is proud of Bayern Munich 2. England is proud of Chelsea 3. France is proud of PSG 4. Spain is proud of Real Madrid and Barcelona 5. Italy is proud of Inter Milan and Juventus 6. Brazil is proud of F.C Santos 7. Egypt is proud of Al Read more ...
Ahly 8. DRC Congo is proud of Tp Mazembe 9. South Africa is proud of _____? #Moafrika
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Daniel Monastir FACT OF HISTORY USING NUMEROLOGY TO DETERMINE NEXT SEASON’S OUTCOMES -There is a greater chance of Liverpool reaching the Champions league final next year than there is of them winning the league title again, should they win it this year, this is Read more ...
so because 1-LIVERPOOL HAVE NEVER WON A LEAGUE TITLE IN A YEAR THAT ENDS WITH THE NUMBER “5”. They have done so in a year that ends with 1,2,3,4,6,7,8, 9 and 0 but never with a “5”. Liverpool’s 18 league titles came in the following years: 1900–01, 1905–06, 1921–22, 1922–23, 1946–47, 1963–64, 1965–66, 1972–73, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1987–88, 1989–90. -It means a year ending with 5 is the only number that Liverpool have failed to win a title in as they have done so with other numbers -Liverpool’s most league titles are in a year ending with 6 (4 TIMES). 1 (once), 2 (twice), 3 (thrice), 4 (twice), 5( zero), 7 (twice), 8 (once), 9 (once), 0 (twice) - So, next year the 2014-15 season might not be our year, but I expect us to win the title again in 2015-16, a year ending with “6” The good news is……… 2-Liverpool have reached more European Cup finals in a year ending with “5” than any season. And have made at least the semifinal every time they have competed in the European Cup in a year that ends with a “5”- 1965 (semi final vs Inter Milan lost 4-3 on aggregate). 1985 ( Final vs Juventus lost 1-0), 2005 ( Final vs A.C Milan won 3-2 on penalties) So, in my final numerological assessment, Liverpool will not win the league title in 2015, but will make at least the semi final of Champions league, while winning a domestic Cup either the F.A Cup or Carling Cup. Liverpool will win the league title again in 2016.
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Which Team is the Best-Chiefs, Pirates, Sundowns, Supersport 1. Germany Is Proud Of Bayern Munich. 2. England Is Proud Of ARSENAL 3. France Is Proud Of Paris Saint Germain 4. Spain Is Proud Of Real Madrid And Barcelona. 5. Italy Is Proud Of Inter Milan 6. Brazil Is Proud Of F.C Santos 7. Egypt Is Proud Of Al A Read more ...
hly 8. DRC Congo Is Proud Of Tp Mazembe. 9. Italy Is Proud Of Juventus . . . . 10. South Africa Is Proud Of?? #max_wexkclive it
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EXTRA TIME 101 1. Germany Is Proud Of Bayern Munich. 2. England Is Proud Of Chelsea. 3. France Is Proud Of Paris Saint Germain 4. Spain Is Proud Of Real Madrid And Barcelona. 5. Italy Is Proud Of Inter Milan 6. Brazil Is Proud Of F.C Santos 7. Egypt Is Proud Of Al Read more ...
Ahly 8. DRC Congo Is Proud Of Tp Mazembe. 9. Italy Is Proud Of Juventus . . . . 10. South Africa Is Proud Of?? #Frank_T
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Up The Bucs Vs Amakhosi 4 Life vs The Brazilians 1. Germany Is Proud Of Bayern Munich. 2. England Is Proud Of Chelsea. 3. France Is Proud Of Paris Saint Germain 4. Spain Is Proud Of Real Madrid And Barcelona. 5. Italy Is Proud Of Inter Milan 6. Brazil Is Proud Of F.C Santos 7. Egypt Is Proud Of Al Read more ...
Ahly 8. DRC Congo Is Proud Of Tp Mazembe. 9. Italy Is Proud Of Juventus . . . . 10. South Africa Is Proud Of?? More newshttps://m.facebook.com/pages/edit/info/205565769621819?refid=17 #Frank_T
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All Football Goals INTER MILAN IS OUT Knockout Vote for the best club in the world. One with least votes gets eliminated. Voting time :20min. You can vote as many times as possible. 1. Bayern Munich 2. BVB 3. AC Milan 4. 5. Chelsea 6. Barcelona 7. Juventus 8. R. Madr Read more ...
id 9. Man City 10. 11. Man United 12. Ath. Madrid 13. Arsenal 14. Liverpool 15. 16. 17. 18. 19. 20.
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Ajiginni Seun WEN A MAN IS DOWN....I DARE NOT SPIT ON HIM... here are sum great achievements of d now sacked DAVID MOYES 1. The emergence of Adnan Januzaj Moyes predecessor let the precocious Paul Pogba slip away into the hands of Juventus. Pogba is set to rack Read more ...
up his second consecutive Scudetto since leaving, with his performances catching the eye of Real Madrid - and United again, reportedly. The fact Moyes would have to pay about £40 million to bring back a player he should already have at his disposal says a lot. Ferguson got it wrong with Pogba, taking umbrage at such a young player supposedly demanding high wages and a place in the team. But Pogba would have been worth it, and should have already been playing in Ferguson's side. Moyes has also taken care to ensure Januzaj avoids burnout ahead of next season, picking and choosing the games he plays him in and never being over-reliant on him even when the team needed him most (Olympiakos away, anyone?) 2. Rooney is still a United player Let's face it - Wayne Rooney wasn't a happy bunny at United over the summer. Having fallen out with Ferguson last season, Rooney seemed destined for Chelsea - not least because his relationship with Moyes, the manager who allowed his talent to emerge at Everton, had been fractured since he moved to Old Trafford. OK, most players would probably stay at their club if they were offered £300,000 a week and the captain's armband. But Moyes fought off two bids from Chelsea in the summer and convinced Rooney that Old Trafford was still the right place for him, by getting him into the best shape he's been in in years. Being the main man has helped, too, but at least he's showing an appetite for the game that had turned into a different appetite altogether in latter days under Ferguson. Rooney has again proved how key he is to United with 17 goals and 15 assists in all competitions. 3. He bought Juan Mata United fans are likely to get a lot of joy over the years out of seeing £37.1 million January signing Juan Mata play football. A tracksuit-donning Moyes looked just as shocked as most United fans were feeling when a suited-and-booted Mata stepped out of a helicopter onto the muddy fields of Carrington to sign for the club from Chelsea, where he was twice player of the season. But after a slow start, the goals and performances have finally started to come for Mata - who has shown unwavering faith in Moyes . The club may have its next icon on its hands. The capture of Mata will surely have also been refreshing for United fans who had been used to seeing Ferguson baulk at paying over the odds for star players on many occasions, and letting the likes of David Silva and Wesley Sneijder slip through the net. 4. How to solve a problem like Kagawa? It wasn't impossible, then - Shinji Kagawa can be effective playing from the left. It had looked like Kagawa might be on his way out of United in the summer. A botched pre- season that saw him rushed back from holiday to play a meaningless friendly in his native Japan ensured Kagawa's campaign got off to the worst start possible, with Moyes questioned increasingly over the player's absence in the first team as the season got underway. Kagawa didn't help himself either by putting in the same insipid displays from the left wing as he did last season, looking like he was meeting Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie for the first time with each occasion he stepped onto the pitch with them. But in recent weeks Moyes has - perhaps accidentally - found a way to get the best from Kagawa and it will throw up some serious selection dilemmas for him next season. Kagawa has thrived when playing in a front three with Juan Mata. Both men prefer to play in the hole as the No.10, but both have been shunted out to the wing in favour of Rooney, who likes to drop deep and spray cross-field passes instead of execute the intricate, incisive passing moves that are Mata and Kagawa's trademark. With Van Persie injured, though, Rooney has gone up top against West Ham and Aston Villa, with Mata and Kagawa interchanging to devastating effect in the 2-0 and 4-1 wins. They then ripped Newcastle apart with Januzaj on the right and Javier Hernandez up front, winning 4-0 at St James' Park. Moyes has bin depriived of d chance to keep the experiment going for the remaining five games of the season. If Kagawa and Mata keep excelling to such an extent, Moyes wud hav had to consider moving Van Persie on, as outlandish as that might seem, because the Dutchman won't hang around happily on the bench. 5. Has anyone seen Anderson? Thought not. Moyes did what Ferguson should have done years ago and shipped the perennially underachieving Brazilian midfielder out of Old Trafford. Anderson may only be on loan at Fiorentina, but the fact he is even struggling to get a game there suggests there will be no way back for him at United. Anderson showed rare glimpses of his rich promise in his first season following his £25 million move from Porto in 2007, but for such a fee you expect more than potential and Moyes should be applauded for starting to clear out the dead wood. More are sure to follow. 6. Making Welbeck matter again From two goals last season to 10 this time around, Moyes has developed Danny Welbeck's goalscoring touch. This is also down to the masterstroke of not playing him on the left wing every week like Ferguson did. Welbeck was arguably man-of-the-match for United in both legs against Bayern Munich (yes, yes, that miss in the first leg aside), and stepped into the breach admirably in the absence of the injured Rooney and Van Persie earlier in the season, even going on a run of scoring five goals in as many Premier League games over December and January. 7. Sink or swim for Smalling and Jones Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand weren't going to last forever. Once the best centre-back pairing in Europe, Vidic is on his way to Inter Milan this summer and Ferdinand could also be shown the door. It seems Moyes' has known this fact for quite a while, and has wisely decided to throw Phil Jones and Chris Smalling in at the deep end in preparation for the increased responsibility they will have next year. In isolated instances (the 3-0 win at West Brom, for example) Smalling and Jones have excelled alongside each other, and looked like the future England pairing they were once touted to be. With the experience they've gained this season, Smalling and Jones could have breakout campaigns next time around. Either that, or Moyes wud av gone out and bought two new centre- backs inda upcoming summer. What was that about Moyes going to watch Ezequiel Garay and Eliaquim Mangala the other day... 8. Problem solving He's at least trying to sort out United's problem positions, isn't he? Ferguson did a great job of covering up deficiences at left- back and in central midfield - though bringing Paul Scholes out of retirement was a fairly blatant admission that the latter was a mess - but it had to catch up with United eventually. Knowing Patrice Evra had been over-the-hill for three years, Moyes spent half of the summer trying to take Leighton Baines to Old Trafford, with a last-minute attempt to bring in Fabio Coentrao on loan from Real Madrid falling apart. He spent the other half trying to get at least one central midfielder, but Thiago Alcantara, Cesc Fabregas and Ander Herrera all had other ideas. And who honestly thought Marouane Fellaini would be this bad? 9. The man who followed Fergie Not only did Moyes take on a seemingly impossible job in following Ferguson, he has done it with reverence, keeping the club's principles in place and remaining dignified despite United's dire situation. And it is certainly hard to retain your dignity when you're losing at home to almost every other team who turns up, so give the man a break. Would Jose Mourinho have done so? Highly unlikely. Mourinho's 'us against them' philosophy works at Chelsea and worked at Inter Milan - less so at Real Madrid - but would never go down well at a club like United. Moyes has kept his cool this season, only once losing his rag when he felt Adam Johnson dived to win a penalty for Sunderland against United in the League Cup. Mourinho on the other hand has poured gasoline on several burning fires this season, even at his own club. He's had rows with Arsene Wenger (again) and Manuel Pellegrini, as well as castigating his own strikers in public. In contrast, Moyes has continually shouldered the blame for United's defeats - probably because it's mostly been his fault, mind - bar a few exceptions, such as hitting out at the "schoolboy defending" in the second leg defeat to Bayern. He had a point, though, Patrice... 10. Leaving an Everton legacy It shouldn't just be Roberto Martinez that takes all of the credit for Everton's success this year. Yes, they have won more Premier League points already than they ever did in a single season under Moyes, but he left them in good shape when he departed for Old Trafford. He tied down Baines at Goodison Park to such an extent that he couldn't pry him away from there last summer, and created more than just the spine of the team that is thriving under Martinez. No one paid any attention when Moyes bought Steven Naismith to the club in the summer of 2012, but the forward was instrumental both against Fulham and the seemingly generation- ending victory over Arsenal in recent weeks. so to u SIR DAVID MOYES.... I SALUTE... AU REVOIR
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All Football Goals SCHALKE 04 IS OUT Knockout Vote for the best club in the world. One with least votes gets eliminated. Voting time :20min. You can vote as many times as possible. 1. Bayern Munich 2. BVB 3. AC Milan 4. Inter Milan 5. Chelsea 6. Barcelona 7. Juventus Read more ...
8. R. Madrid 9. Man City 10. PSG 11. Man United 12. Ath. Madrid 13. Arsenal 14. Liverpool 15. Everton 16. Monaco 17. Napoli 18. 19. 20. Roma
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Vuyani Vito Ntubu-Qankase 1.Germany is proud of Bayern Munich 2.England=Chelsea 3.France=Psg 4.Spain=Real madrid & Barcelona 5.Italy=Inter milan & Juventus 6.Brazil=Fc Santos 7.Egypt=Al ahly 8.DRC Congo=TP Mazembe 9.South Africa is proud of _____?
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Jokes About Chiefs, Sundowns, Pirates And All PSL Teams
1. Germany is proud of Bayern Munich 2. England is proud of Chelsea 3. France is proud of PSG 4. Spain is proud of Real Madrid and Barcelona 5. Italy is proud of Inter Milan and Juventus 6. Brazil is proud of F.C Santos 7. Egypt is proud of Al Read more ...
Ahly 8. DRC Congo is proud of Tp Mazembe 9. South Africa is proud of _____? #Moafrika
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All Football Goals GALATASARAY IS OUT Knockout Vote for the best club in the world. One with least votes gets eliminated. Voting time :20min. You can vote as many times as possible. 1. Bayern Munich 2. BVB 3. AC Milan 4. Inter Milan 5. Chelsea 6. Barcelona 7. Juventus Read more ...
8. R. Madrid 9. Man City 10. PSG 11. Man United 12. Ath. Madrid 13. Arsenal 14. Liverpool 15. Everton 16. Monaco 17. Napoli 18. Schalke 04 19. 20. Roma
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Mugabi J.COLE Richest Football Clubs Please Note: this Ranking is Based on Club’s Total Worth. if You Want To Know About Annual Earning or Highest Earning Clubs 2014 Then We Recommend You This Article. Richest Football Clubs, Every year, Forbes magazine release Read more ...
their football rich list, which compiles the richest football clubs in the world based on their value. This year’s list, which was released by Forbes, shows a change on the top spot for the first time in 9 years. Real Madrid has dethroned Manchester United as the Richest football clubs in the world. Manchester United has held on to the position since 2004. Here is the Complete List. here is the complete list. Don’t Forget to Like us on Facebook, Also Follow sporteology on Twitter. Read here: Updated List of Highest Earning Football Clubs 2014 Also Read : Top 1o Highest Paid Soccer Players 2014 1. Real Madrid Value: $3,300 million Revenue: $650 million No #1 Most Valuable Club in the World 2014 Spanish Club Real Madrid is at No: position in List of Top 10 Richest Football Clubs in terms of revenue, with an annual turnover of $650 million and Total Value of $3,300 million. . 2. Manchester United Value: $3,165 million Revenue: $502 million #2 Richest Football Club in the World 2014 English Club Manchester United is the 2nd Richest Football Club in the World With an annual turnover of $502 million and Total Value of $3,165 million. . 3. Barcelona FC Value: $2,600 million Revenue: $613 million #3 Richest Club in the World 2014 Barcelona and familiarly as Barça is at No: 3 With an annual turnover of $613 million and Total Value of $2,600 million. . 4. Arsenal Value: $1,326 million Revenue: $368 million 4th in List of Most Valuable Football Clubs in the World 2014 Another English Club “Arsenal” in the lis. Arsenal is 4th Richest Football Club in the World. Arsenal’s annual turnover is $368 million and Total Value is $1,326 million. . 5. Bayern Munich Value: $1,3906 million Revenue: $468 million 5th Richest Soccer Club in the World 2014 at No:5 is German Football Club Bayern Munich with an annual turnover of $468 million. Club Has Value of $1,3906 million. . 6. AC Milan Value: $945 million Revenue: $326 million 694 17 248 6th in Richest Soccer Clubs in the World 2014 at No: 8 Italian Football Club AC Milan with an annual turnover of $326 million, Total Value $945 million. . 7. Chelsea Value: $901 million Revenue: $409 million Chelsea FC LOGO Top 10 Richest Fulham, London Based English club Chelsea Enjoy No: 7 with an annual turnover of $248 million, Total Value $694 million . . 8. Juventus Value: $694 million Revenue: $248 million 8th in Richest Football Clubs in the World 2014 Third Oldest Italian Football Club Juventus is at No: 8 in List of Top 10 Richest Football Clubs. Juventus’s annual turnover is $248 million, Club’s Total Value is $694 million. . 9. Manchester City Value: $689 million Revenue: $362 million 9th in Richest Football Clubs in the World 2014 with an annual turnover of $362 million Manchester City make his place at No: 9 in the World. Total Value of Club is $689 million. . 10. Liverpool Value: $651 million Revenue: $296 million 1oth in Richest Football Clubs in the World 2014 Liverpool Club is at No: 10 in the List of Top 10 Richest Football Club in the World. with an annual turnover of $296 million and Total Value of $651 million. (Source:) Total Worth of Other Football Clubs Rank Team Current Value ($mil) 11 Tottenham Hotspur 520 12 Schalke 04 498 13 Borussia Dortmund 456 14 Inter Milan 401 15 Olympique Lyonnais 368 16 Corinthians Paulista 358 17 Napoli 330 18 Hamburg SV 300 19 Olympique Marseille 285 20 Newcastle United 263
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Lets Talk soccer history with Max and friends 1. Germany Is Proud Of Bayern Munich. 2. England Is Proud Of Chelsea. 3. France Is Proud Of Paris Saint Germain 4. Spain Is Proud Of Real Madrid And Barcelona. 5. Italy Is Proud Of Inter Milan 6. Brazil Is Proud Of F.C Santos 7. Egypt Is Proud Of Al Read more ...
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Zayn Khan 2013 2012 Name Position Club Nationality Age at Dec 20 2013 1 1 Lionel Messi Forward Barcelona Argentina 26 2 2 Cristiano Ronaldo Forward Real Madrid Portugal 28 3 5 Zlatan Ibrahimovic Forward PSG Sweden 32 4 28 Franck Ribery Midfielder Bayern Munich Read more ...
France 30 5 4 Andres Iniesta Midfielder Barcelona Spain 29 6 13 Neymar Forward Barcelona Brazil 21 7 40 Gareth Bale Midfielder Real Madrid Wales 24 8 3 Xavi Midfielder Barcelona Spain 33 9 21 Luis Suarez Forward Liverpool Uruguay 26 10 11 Sergio Aguero Forward Manchester City Argentina 25 11 7 Robin van Persie Forward Manchester Utd Netherlands 30 12 17 Mesut Ozil Midfielder Arsenal Germany 25 13 10 Edinson Cavani Forward Napoli Uruguay 26 14 66 Arjen Robben Midfielder/forward Bayern Munich Netherlands 29 15 25 Philipp Lahm Defender Bayern Munich Germany 30 16 6 Radamel Falcao Forward Atlético Madrid Colombia 27 17 16 Thiago Silva Defender PSG Brazil 29 18 70 Robert Lewandowski Forward Borussia Dortmund Poland 25 19 9 Yaya Toure Midfielder Manchester City Ivory Coast 30 20 19 Bastian Schweinsteiger Midfielder Bayern Munich Germany 29 21 8 Andrea Pirlo Midfielder Juventus Italy 34 22 29 Manuel Neuer Goalkeeper Bayern Munich Germany 27 23 27 Marco Reus Midfielder/forward Borussia Dortmund Germany 24 24 20 Gianluigi Buffon Goalkeeper Juventus Italy 35 25 33 Thomas Muller Forward Bayern Munich Germany 24 26 57 Arturo Vidal Midfielder Juventus Chile 26 27 14 Sergio Busquets Midfielder Barcelona Spain 25 28 31 Wayne Rooney Forward Manchester Utd England 28 29 36 Cesc Fabregas Midfielder Barcelona Spain 26 30 32 Juan Mata Midfielder Chelsea Spain 25 31 NE Francesco Totti Forward Roma Italy 37 32 18 David Silva Midfielder Manchester City Spain 27 33 67 Mario Balotelli Forward Milan Italy 23 34 34 Mario Götze Midfielder/forward Borussia Dortmund Germany 21 35 NE Diego da Silva Costa Forward Atlético Madrid Brazil 25 36 37 Oscar Midfielder Chelsea Brazil 22 37 15 Xabi Alonso Midfielder Real Madrid Spain 32 38 42 Daniele De Rossi Midfielder Roma Italy 30 39 24 Gerard Pique Defender Barcelona Spain 26 40 53 Toni Kroos Midfielder Bayern Munich Germany 23 41 43 Dani Alves Defender Barcelona Brazil 30 42 23 Vincent Kompany Defender Manchester City Belgium 27 43 NE David Alaba Defender/Midfielder Bayern Munich Austria 21 44 NE Ilkay Gündogan Midfielder Borussia Dortmund Germany 23 45 22 Sergio Ramos Defender Real Madrid Spain 27 46 48 Carlos Tevez Forward Juventus Argentina 29 47 NE Thibaut Courtois Goalkeeper Atlético Madrid Belgium 21 48 77 Mario Mandzukic Forward Bayern Munich Croatia 27 49 NE Aaron Ramsey Midfielder Arsenal Wales 22 50 79 David Luiz Defender Chelsea Brazil 26 51 64 Nemanja Vidic Defender Manchester Utd Serbia 32 52 NE Axel Witsel Midfielder Zenit Saint Petersburg Belgium 24 53 NE Dante Defender Bayern Munich Brazil 30 54 NE Giuseppe Rossi Forward Fiorentina Italy 26 55 35 Karim Benzema Forward Real Madrid France 26 56 NE Gonzalo Higuain Striker Napoli Argentina 26 57 NE Jan Vertonghen Defender Tottenham Hotspur Belgium 26 58 97 Marek Hamsik Midfielder Napoli Slovakia 26 59 100 Paulinho Midfielder Tottenham Hotspur Brazil 25 60 51 Marcelo Defender Real Madrid Brazil 25 61 80 Luka Modric Midfielder Real Madrid Croatia 28 62 NE Kevin Strootman Midfielder Roma Netherlands 23 63 39 Javier Mascherano Defender/midfielder Barcelona Argentina 29 64 NE Hugo Lloris Goalkeeper Tottenham Hotspur France 26 65 44 Petr Cech Goalkeeper Chelsea Czech Republic 31 66 45 Mats Hummels Defender Borussia Dortmund Germany 25 67 73 Santi Cazorla Midfielder Arsenal Spain 29 68 NE Keisuke Honda Midfielder CSKA Moscow Japan 27 69 NE Víctor Valdés Goalkeeper Barcelona Spain 31 70 NE Arda Turan Midfielder/Forward Atlético Madrid Turkey 26 71 NE Federico Marchetti Goalkeeper Lazio Italy 30 72 47 Angel Di Maria Midfielder Real Madrid Argentina 25 73 NE Álvaro Negredo Forward Manchester City Spain 28 74 NE Laurent Koscielny Defender Arsenal France 28 75 NE Toby Alderweireld Defender Atlético Madrid Belgium 24 76 NE Marco Verratti Midfielder PSG Italy 21 77 NE Pablo Zabaleta Defender Manchester City Argentina 28 78 NE Dario Conca Midfielder Guangzhou Evergrande Argentina 30 79 69 Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang Forward Borussia Dortmund Gabon 24 80 NE Michu Forward Swansea City Spain 27 81 NE Miralem Pjanic Midfielder Roma Bosnia-Herzegovina 23 82 NE Samir Handanovic Goalkeeper Inter Slovenia 29 83 54 Samuel Eto’o Forward Chelsea Cameroon 32 84 NE Juan Zuniga Defender Napoli Colombia 28 85 NE Lukasz Piszczek Defender Borussia Dortmund Poland 28 86 NE Marquinhos Defender PSG Brazil 19 87 NE Mehdi Benatia Defender Roma Morocco 26 88 NE Frank Lampard Midfielder Chelsea England 35 89 94 Shinji Kagawa Midfielder Manchester Utd Japan 24 90 NE Koke Midfielder Atlético Madrid Spain 21 91 NE Yohan Cabaye Midfielder Newcastle Utd France 27 92 NE Lucas Moura Midfielder PSG Brazil 21 93 NE Blaise Matuidi Midfielder PSG France 26 94 NE Isco Midfielder Real Madrid Spain 21 95 NE Alexis Sánchez Forward Barcelona Chile 25 96 NE Asmir Begovic Goalkeeper Stoke City Bosnia-Herzegovina 26 97 NE Emmanuel Emenike Forward Fenerbahce Nigeria 26 98 NE Branislav Ivanovic Defender Chelsea Serbia 29 99 98 Javi Martinez Defender/midfielder Bayern Munich Spain 25 100 58 Eden Hazard Midfielder Chelsea Belgium belive it Wahaj Wani
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All Football Goals MONACO IS OUT Knockout Vote for the best club in the world. One with least votes gets eliminated. Voting time :20min. You can vote as many times as possible. 1. Bayern Munich 2. BVB 3. AC Milan 4. Inter Milan 5. Chelsea 6. Barcelona 7. Juventus 8. R. Read more ...
Madrid 9. Man City 10. PSG 11. Man United 12. Ath. Madrid 13. Arsenal 14. Liverpool 15. Everton 16. 17. Napoli 18. 19. 20. Roma
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Ädènûgbä Ägbärä Ölûwätöbî Gossip Column DAVID MOYES GOSSIP Manchester United will attempt to discover the availability of Bayern Munich coach Pep Guardiola as they start their new search for a manager following the sacking of David Moyes. Full story: Daily Telegraph Borussia Read more ...
Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp has ruled himself out of the running in the race to become United manager. Full story: Guardian Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, is the early front-runner to replace Moyes at Old Trafford. Full story: Manchester Evening News Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, met United representatives 10 days ago, according to reports in his homeland. Full story: Daily Express The agent behind the deal which brought striker Robin van Persie to Old Trafford could play a key part in the club hiring Van Gaal. Full story: Evening Standard United players were telling friends before Sunday's 2-0 defeat at Everton that Moyes would be sacked. Full story: Daily Mirror United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one- year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Full story: Independent Real Madrid coach Carlo Ancelotti says he is surprised by the sacking of Moyes. Full story: Daily Star TRANSFER GOSSIP Newcastle's on-loan QPR striker Loic Remy, 27, has yet to give the Magpies a decision about his future, with clubs from England and Spain interested in acquiring the France international's services. Full story: Newcastle Chronicle Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Full story: Daily Express Alternatively, Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Full story: Daily Mirror Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20-year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. Full story: the Times (subscription required) Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26-year- old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Full story: the Sun (subscription required) Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Full story: Daily Mail Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Full story: the Times (subscription required) OTHER GOSSIP Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year-old during the summer. Full story: Newcastle Chronicle West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Full story: Express and Star GLOBAL GOSSIP (sourced by BBC Monitoring) Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Full story: As.com (in Spanish) Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year- old's fine performances this season. Full story: L'Equipe (in French) Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Full story: Marca (in Spanish) Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21-year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Full story: Tuttosport (in Italian) Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Full story: L'Equipe (in French) Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Full story: Bild (in German) AND FINALLY Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night. Full story: Daily Express
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• Football all the way • NEWS AT THIS HOUR !!! Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked and replaced by the joint- caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. United players were telling friends that Moyes would be sacked before th Read more ...
e 2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20- year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26-year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year- old during the summer. West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21- year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night.
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Okolie Ifechukwude Eugene
Liverpool FC 4 Nigeria
FACT OF HISTORY USING NUMEROLOGY TO DETERMINE NEXT SEASON’S OUTCOMES -There is a greater chance of Liverpool reaching the Champions league final next year than there is of them winning the league title again, should they win it this year, this is Read more ...
so because 1-LIVERPOO...
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Daniel Monastir FACT OF HISTORY USING NUMEROLOGY TO DETERMINE NEXT SEASON’S OUTCOMES -There is a greater chance of Liverpool reaching the Champions league final next year than there is of them winning the league title again, should they win it this year, this is Read more ...
so because 1-LIVERPOOL HAVE NEVER WON A LEAGUE TITLE IN A YEAR THAT ENDS WITH THE NUMBER “5”. They have done so in a year that ends with 1,2,3,4,6,7,8, 9 and 0 but never with a “5”. Liverpool’s 18 league titles came in the following years: 1900–01, 1905–06, 1921–22, 1922–23, 1946–47, 1963–64, 1965–66, 1972–73, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1987–88, 1989–90. -It means a year ending with 5 is the only number that Liverpool have failed to win a title in as they have done so with other numbers -Liverpool’s most league titles are in a year ending with 6 (4 TIMES). 1 (once), 2 (twice), 3 (thrice), 4 (twice), 5( zero), 7 (twice), 8 (once), 9 (once), 0 (twice) - So, next year the 2014-15 season might not be our year, but I expect us to win the title again in 2015-16, a year ending with “6” The good news is……… 2-Liverpool have reached more European Cup finals in a year ending with “5” than any season. And have made at least the semifinal every time they have competed in the European Cup in a year that ends with a “5”- 1965 (semi final vs Inter Milan lost 4-3 on aggregate). 1985 ( Final vs Juventus lost 1-0), 2005 ( Final vs A.C Milan won 3-2 on penalties) So, in my final numerological assessment, Liverpool will not win the league title in 2015, but will make at least the semi final of Champions league, while winning a domestic Cup either the F.A Cup or Carling Cup. Liverpool will win the league title again in 2016.
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Fibbers Sport Page TUESDAY 22 APRIL 7:45pm ATH MADRID V CHELSEA (CHAMPIONS LEAGUE) WEDNESDAY 23 APRIL 5:30pm TOULOUSE V LYON (LIGUE 1) 5:30pm PSG V EVIAN TG (LIGUE 1) 7:45pm REAL MADRID V BAYERN MUNICH (CHAMPIONS LEAGUE) THURSDAY 24 APRIL 7:00pm PR Read more ...
EMIER LEAGUE (DARTS) 8:05pm SEVILLA V VALENCIA (EUROPA LEAGUE) 8:05pm BENFICA V JUVENTUS (EUROPA LEAGUE) FRIDAY 25 APRIL 5:00pm CRACOVIA KRAKOW V PODBESKIDZIE (POLISH EKSTRAKLASA) 7:00pm LENS V NANCY (LIGUE 2) 7:15pm VIKTORIA PLZEN V TEPLICE (GAMBRINUS LIGA) 7:30pm HANNOVER 96 V STUTTGART (BUNDESLIGA) 7:30pm NANTES V MARSEILLE (LIGUE 1) 7:30pm LECH POZNAN V WISLA KRAKOW (POLISH EKSTRAKLASA) 7:45pm BRIGHTON V YEOVIL TOWN (CHAMPIONSHIP) 7:45pm ROMA V AC MILAN (SERIE A) 8:00pm NORTHAMPTON SAINTS V HARLEQUINS (AMLIN CUP) 8:00pm ELCHE V LEVANTE (LA LIGA) SATURDAY 26 APRIL 9:30am WESTERN SYDNEY V CENTRAL COAST MARINERS (AUSTRALIAN A LEAGUE) 12:15pm BURNLEY V IPSWICH TOWN (CHAMPIONSHIP) 12:45pm SOUTHAMPTON V EVERTON (PREMIERSHIP) 2:30pm BAYERN MUNICH V WERDER BREMEN (CHAMPIONSHIP) 2:30pm KONFERENZ (BUNDESLIGA) 2:30pm SLASK WROCLAW V ZAGLEBIE LUBIN (POLISH EKSTRAKLASA) 3:00pm SWANSEA V ASTON VILLA (PREMIERSHIP) 3:00pm STOKE CITY V SPURS (PREMIERSHIP) 3:00pm WEST BROM V WEST HAM (PREMIERSHIP) 3:00pm FULHAM V HULL CITY (PREMIERSHIP) 3:00pm GRANADA V RAYO VALLECANO (LA LIGA) 3:40pm SARACENS V CLERMONT AUVERGNE (HEINEKEN CUP) 4:00pm AJACCIO V MONACO (LIGUE 1) 5:00pm GETAFE V MALAGA (LA LIGA) 5:00pm BOLOGNA V FIORENTINA (SERIE A) 5:00pm JAGIELLONIA V PIAST GLIWICE (POLISH EKSTRAKLASA) 5:30pm MAN UTD V NORWICH (PREMIERSHIP) 5:30pm BAYER LEVERKUSEN V BORUSSIA DORTMUND (BUNDESLIGA) 7:00pm REAL MADRID V OSASUNA (LA LIGA) 7:00pm RENNES V LORIENT (LIGUE 1) 7:00pm MONTPELLIER V TOULOUSE (LIGUE 1) 7:05pm GLASGOW WARRIORS V EDINBURGH (RUGBY UNION) 5:00pm SPARTA PRAGUE V SLOVAN LIBEREC (GAMBRINUS LIGA) 7:45pm INTER MILAN V NAPOLI (LA LIGA) 9:00pm REAL BETIS V REAL SOCIEDAD (LA LIGA) 10:30pm CORITIBA V SANTOS FC (BRAZILIAN SERIE A) SUNDAY 27 APRIL 8:00am BRISBANE ROAR V MELBOURNE VICTORY (AUSTRALIAN A LEAGUE) 11:00am ESPANYOL V ALMERIA (LA LIGA) 11:30am HELLAS VERONA V CATANIA (SERIE A) MIDDAY SUNDERLAND V CARDIFF (PREMIERSHIP) 12:45pm HIBS V HEARTS (SPL) 1:00pm LONDON WASPS V BATH RUGBY (AMLIN CUP) 1:00pm SOCHAUX V PSG (LIGUE 1) 1:30pm HERACLES ALMELO V AJAX (EREDIVISIE) 2:00pm TORINO V UDINESE (SERIE A) 2:00pm LIVORNO V LAZIO (SERIE A) 2:00pm SAMPDORIA V CHIEVO (SERIE A) 2:05pm LIVERPOOL V CHELSEA (PREMIERSHIP) 2:30pm AUGSBURG V HAMBURG (BUNDESLIGA) 2:30pm KORONA KIELCE V WIDZEW LODZ (POLISH EKSTRAKLASA) 4:00pm VALENCIA V ATH MADRID (LA LIGA) 4:00pm LYON V BASTIA (LIGUE 1) 4:10pm CRYSTAL PALACE V MAN CITY (PREMIERSHIP) 4:30pm SARACENS V CLERMONT AUVERGNE (HEINEKEN CUP) 4:30pm SCHALKE 04 V MUNCHENGLADBACH (BUNDESLIGA) 5:00pm RUCH CHORZOW V LECHIA GDANSK (POLISH EKSTRAKLASA) 6:00pm ATH BILBAO V SEVILLA (LA LIGA) 6:15pm PORTO V BENFICA (TACA DA LIGA) 7:15pm BOHEMIANS 1905 V SLAVIA PRAGUE (GAMBRINUS LIGA) 7:45pm ATALANTA V GENOA (SERIE A) 8:00pm VILLARREAL V BARCELONA (LA LIGA) 8:00pm LILLE V BORDEAUX (LIGUE 1) 8:00pm CORINTHIANS V FLAMENGO (BRAZILIAN SERIE A) 10:30pm GREMIO V ATH MINEIRO (BRAZILIAN SERIE A) MONDAY 28 APRIL 5:00pm MARILA PRIBRAM V ZNOJMO (GAMBRINUS LIGA) 5:00pm POGON SZCZECIN V GORNIK ZABRZE (POLISH EKSTRAKLASA) 7:15pm UNION BERLIN V KAISERSLAUTERN (BUNDESLIGA 2) 7:30pm ANGERS V CAEN (LIGUE 2) 7:45pm SASSUOLO V JUVENTUS (SERIE A) 8:00pm ARSENAL V NEWCASTLE (PREMIERSHIP) 9:00pm CELTA VIGO V VALLADOLID (LA LIGA) TUESDAY 29 APRIL 7:45pm BAYERN MUNICH V REAL MADRID (CHAMPIONS LEAGUE) WEDNESDAY 30 APRIL 7:45pm CHELSEA V ATH MADRID (CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
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Judd Suarez Browne
Liverpool FC 4 Nigeria
FACT OF HISTORY USING NUMEROLOGY TO DETERMINE NEXT SEASON’S OUTCOMES -There is a greater chance of Liverpool reaching the Champions league final next year than there is of them winning the league title again, should they win it this year, this is Read more ...
so because 1-LIVERPOO...
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Rasaq Rufai
Liverpool FC 4 Nigeria
FACT OF HISTORY USING NUMEROLOGY TO DETERMINE NEXT SEASON’S OUTCOMES -There is a greater chance of Liverpool reaching the Champions league final next year than there is of them winning the league title again, should they win it this year, this is Read more ...
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Liverpool FC Zimbabwe FACT OF HISTORY USING NUMEROLOGY TO DETERMINE NEXT SEASON’S OUTCOMES -There is a greater chance of Liverpool reaching the Champions league final next year than there is of them winning the league title again, should they win it this year, this is s Read more ...
o because 1-LIVERPOOL HAVE NEVER WON A LEAGUE TITLE IN A YEAR THAT ENDS WITH THE NUMBER “5”. They have done so in a year that ends with 1,2,3,4,6,7,8, 9 and 0 but never with a “5”. Liverpool’s 18 league titles came in the following years: 1900–01, 1905–06, 1921–22, 1922–23, 1946–47, 1963–64, 1965–66, 1972–73, 1975–76, 1976–77, 1978–79, 1979–80, 1981–82, 1982–83, 1983–84, 1985–86, 1987–88, 1989–90. -It means a year ending with 5 is the only number that Liverpool have failed to win a title in as they have done so with other numbers -Liverpool’s most league titles are in a year ending with 6 (4 TIMES). 1 (once), 2 (twice), 3 (thrice), 4 (twice), 5( zero), 7 (twice), 8 (once), 9 (once), 0 (twice) - So, next year the 2014-15 season might not be our year, but I expect us to win the title again in 2015-16, a year ending with “6” The good news is……… 2-Liverpool have reached more European Cup finals in a year ending with “5” than any season. And have made at least the semifinal every time they have competed in the European Cup in a year that ends with a “5”- 1965 (semi final vs Inter Milan lost 4-3 on aggregate). 1985 ( Final vs Juventus lost 1-0), 2005 ( Final vs A.C Milan won 3-2 on penalties) So, in my final numerological assessment, Liverpool will not win the league title in 2015, but will make at least the semi final of Champions league, while winning a domestic Cup either the F.A Cup or Carling Cup. Liverpool will win the league title again in 2016. #EL_Pido
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Dare Adegboye Adebare NEWS AT THIS HOUR !!! Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked and replaced by the joint- caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. United players were telling friends that Moyes would be sacked before the Read more ...
2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20- year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26- year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year- old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year- old during the summer. West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21- year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night.
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SportsCafe Ago Iwoye B3 Sports Cafe Tuesday's Football News: DAVID MOYES GOSSIP: Manchester United manager David Moyes will be sacked on Tuesday and replaced by the joint-caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. Full story: Daily Telegraph Read more ...
 United players were telling friends that Moyes would be sacked before the 2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. Full story: Daily Mirror United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Full story: Independent Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Full story: Daily Mail Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Full story: The Sun (subscription required) Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Full story: Daily Mirror Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Full story: Daily Telegraph Former United defender Gary Neville has called on the Manchester club to clarify their position as rumours of Moyes's imminent departure spread. Full story: Daily Star TRANSFER GOSSIP Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Full story: Daily Express Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Full story: Daily Mirror Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20-year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. The Times (subscription required) Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26-year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Full story: the Sun (subscription required) Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Full story: Daily Mail Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Full story: The Times (subscription required)  OTHER GOSSIP Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year-old during the summer. Full story: Newcastle Chronicle West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Full story: Express and Star GLOBAL GOSSIP Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Full story: As.com (in Spanish) Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Full story: L'Equipe (in French) Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Full story: Marca (in Spanish)  Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21-year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Full story: Tuttosport (in Italian) Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Full story: L'Equipe (in French) Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Full story: Bild (in German) AND FINALLY Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night. Full story: Daily Express
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Sunpaper Gossip logo 22 April 2014 Last updated at 07:10 GMT Share Facebook Twitter print Gossip column: Moyes, Courtois, Benzema, Suarez, Thorne For a list of confirmed transfers, check out the transfers page. Visit our manager ins and Read more ...
outs page for a list of all the current bosses in the top five leagues in England and the Scottish Premiership. DAVID MOYES GOSSIP Manchester United manager David Moyes will be sacked on Tuesday and replaced by the joint-caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. Full story: Daily Telegraph United players were telling friends that Moyes would be sacked before the 2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. Manchester United manager David Moyes United failed to qualify for the Champions League for the first time in 18 seasons under Moyes Full story: Daily Mirror United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Full story: Independent Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Full story: Daily Mail Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Full story: The Sun (subscription required) Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Full story: Daily Mirror Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Full story: Daily Telegraph Former United defender Gary Neville has called on the Manchester club to clarify their position as rumours of Moyes's imminent departure spread. Full story: Daily Star TRANSFER GOSSIP Liverpool striker Luis Suarez Suarez has scored 30 goals in 30 Premier League matches for Liverpool this season Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Full story: Daily Express Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Full story: Daily Mirror Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20-year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. The Times (subscription required) Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26-year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Full story: the Sun (subscription required) Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Full story: Daily Mail Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Full story: The Times (subscription required) OTHER GOSSIP Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year-old during the summer. Full story: Newcastle Chronicle West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Full story: Express and Star GLOBAL GOSSIP (sourced by BBC Monitoring) Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Full story: As.com (in Spanish) Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Full story: L'Equipe (in French) Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Full story: Marca (in Spanish) Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21-year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Full story: Tuttosport (in Italian) Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Full story: L'Equipe (in French) Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Full story: Bild (in German) AND FINALLY Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night.
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All Football Goals Knockout Vote for the best club in the world. One with least votes gets eliminated. Voting time :20min. You can vote as many times as possible. 1. Bayern Munich 2. BVB 3. AC Milan 4. Inter Milan 5. Chelsea 6. Barcelona 7. Juventus 8. R. Madrid 9. Ma Read more ...
n City 10. PSG 11. Man United 12. Ath. Madrid 13. Arsenal 14. Liverpool 15. Everton 16. Monaco 17. Napoli 18. Schalke 04 19. Galatasaray 20. Roma
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FC Barcelona Fans Of ASIA ****Biggest Transfer***** 1. Gareth Bale : tottanham hotspure to Real Madrid - £100 in 2013 2. Cristiano Ronaldo: Manchester United to Real Madrid – £80m in 2009 (€94m) 3. Zinedine Zidane: Juventus to Real Madrid – £64m in 2001 (€75m) 4. Z Read more ...
latan Ibrahimovic: Inter Milan to Barcelona – £59m in 2009 (€69m) 5. Kaka: AC Milan to Real Madrid – £58m in 2009 (€68m) 6. Luis Figo: Barcelona to Real Madrid – £53m in 2000 (€61.5m) 7. Hulk: FC porto to Zenit St. Petersburg – £52m in 2012 (€60m) 8. Radamel Falcao: Atletico Madrid to AS Monaco – £51m in 2013 (€60m) NEW! 9. Fernando Torres: Liverpool to Chelsea – £50m in 2011 (€58m) 10. Neymar: Santos to Barcelona – £48.6m in 2013 (€57m) NEW! 11. Hernan Crespo: Parma to Lazio – £43m in 2000 (€51.2m) #RT
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Akomaye Undie NEWS AT THIS HOUR !!! Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked and replaced by the joint- caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. United players were telling friends that Moyes would be sacked before th Read more ...
e 2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20- year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26-year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year- old during the summer. West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21- year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night.
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NEWS AT THIS HOUR !!! Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked and replaced by the joint- caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. United players were telling friends that Moyes would be sacked before th Read more ...
e 2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20- year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26-year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year- old during the summer. West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21- year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night.
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Ajiginni Seun WEN A MAN IS DOWN....I DARE NOT SPIT ON HIM....here are sum great achievements of d now sacked DAVID MOYES 1. The emergence of Adnan Januzaj Moyes predecessor let the precocious Paul Pogba slip away into the hands of Juventus. Pogba is set to rack up Read more ...
his second consecutive Scudetto since leaving, with his performances catching the eye of Real Madrid - and United again, reportedly. The fact Moyes would have to pay about £40 million to bring back a player he should already have at his disposal says a lot. Ferguson got it wrong with Pogba, taking umbrage at such a young player supposedly demanding high wages and a place in the team. But Pogba would have been worth it, and should have already been playing in Ferguson's side. Moyes has also taken care to ensure Januzaj avoids burnout ahead of next season, picking and choosing the games he plays him in and never being over-reliant on him even when the team needed him most (Olympiakos away, anyone?) 2. Rooney is still a United player Let's face it - Wayne Rooney wasn't a happy bunny at United over the summer. Having fallen out with Ferguson last season, Rooney seemed destined for Chelsea - not least because his relationship with Moyes, the manager who allowed his talent to emerge at Everton, had been fractured since he moved to Old Trafford. OK, most players would probably stay at their club if they were offered £300,000 a week and the captain's armband. But Moyes fought off two bids from Chelsea in the summer and convinced Rooney that Old Trafford was still the right place for him, by getting him into the best shape he's been in in years. Being the main man has helped, too, but at least he's showing an appetite for the game that had turned into a different appetite altogether in latter days under Ferguson. Rooney has again proved how key he is to United with 17 goals and 15 assists in all competitions. 3. He bought Juan Mata United fans are likely to get a lot of joy over the years out of seeing £37.1 million January signing Juan Mata play football. A tracksuit-donning Moyes looked just as shocked as most United fans were feeling when a suited-and-booted Mata stepped out of a helicopter onto the muddy fields of Carrington to sign for the club from Chelsea, where he was twice player of the season. But after a slow start, the goals and performances have finally started to come for Mata - who has shown unwavering faith in Moyes . The club may have its next icon on its hands. The capture of Mata will surely have also been refreshing for United fans who had been used to seeing Ferguson baulk at paying over the odds for star players on many occasions, and letting the likes of David Silva and Wesley Sneijder slip through the net. 4. How to solve a problem like Kagawa? It wasn't impossible, then - Shinji Kagawa can be effective playing from the left. It had looked like Kagawa might be on his way out of United in the summer. A botched pre- season that saw him rushed back from holiday to play a meaningless friendly in his native Japan ensured Kagawa's campaign got off to the worst start possible, with Moyes questioned increasingly over the player's absence in the first team as the season got underway. Kagawa didn't help himself either by putting in the same insipid displays from the left wing as he did last season, looking like he was meeting Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie for the first time with each occasion he stepped onto the pitch with them. But in recent weeks Moyes has - perhaps accidentally - found a way to get the best from Kagawa and it will throw up some serious selection dilemmas for him next season. Kagawa has thrived when playing in a front three with Juan Mata. Both men prefer to play in the hole as the No.10, but both have been shunted out to the wing in favour of Rooney, who likes to drop deep and spray cross-field passes instead of execute the intricate, incisive passing moves that are Mata and Kagawa's trademark. With Van Persie injured, though, Rooney has gone up top against West Ham and Aston Villa, with Mata and Kagawa interchanging to devastating effect in the 2-0 and 4-1 wins. They then ripped Newcastle apart with Januzaj on the right and Javier Hernandez up front, winning 4-0 at St James' Park. Moyes has bin depriived of d chance to keep the experiment going for the remaining five games of the season. If Kagawa and Mata keep excelling to such an extent, Moyes wud hav had to consider moving Van Persie on, as outlandish as that might seem, because the Dutchman won't hang around happily on the bench. 5. Has anyone seen Anderson? Thought not. Moyes did what Ferguson should have done years ago and shipped the perennially underachieving Brazilian midfielder out of Old Trafford. Anderson may only be on loan at Fiorentina, but the fact he is even struggling to get a game there suggests there will be no way back for him at United. Anderson showed rare glimpses of his rich promise in his first season following his £25 million move from Porto in 2007, but for such a fee you expect more than potential and Moyes should be applauded for starting to clear out the dead wood. More are sure to follow. 6. Making Welbeck matter again From two goals last season to 10 this time around, Moyes has developed Danny Welbeck's goalscoring touch. This is also down to the masterstroke of not playing him on the left wing every week like Ferguson did. Welbeck was arguably man-of-the-match for United in both legs against Bayern Munich (yes, yes, that miss in the first leg aside), and stepped into the breach admirably in the absence of the injured Rooney and Van Persie earlier in the season, even going on a run of scoring five goals in as many Premier League games over December and January. 7. Sink or swim for Smalling and Jones Nemanja Vidic and Rio Ferdinand weren't going to last forever. Once the best centre-back pairing in Europe, Vidic is on his way to Inter Milan this summer and Ferdinand could also be shown the door. It seems Moyes' has known this fact for quite a while, and has wisely decided to throw Phil Jones and Chris Smalling in at the deep end in preparation for the increased responsibility they will have next year. In isolated instances (the 3-0 win at West Brom, for example) Smalling and Jones have excelled alongside each other, and looked like the future England pairing they were once touted to be. With the experience they've gained this season, Smalling and Jones could have breakout campaigns next time around. Either that, or Moyes wud av gone out and bought two new centre- backs inda upcoming summer. What was that about Moyes going to watch Ezequiel Garay and Eliaquim Mangala the other day... 8. Problem solving He's at least trying to sort out United's problem positions, isn't he? Ferguson did a great job of covering up deficiences at left- back and in central midfield - though bringing Paul Scholes out of retirement was a fairly blatant admission that the latter was a mess - but it had to catch up with United eventually. Knowing Patrice Evra had been over-the-hill for three years, Moyes spent half of the summer trying to take Leighton Baines to Old Trafford, with a last-minute attempt to bring in Fabio Coentrao on loan from Real Madrid falling apart. He spent the other half trying to get at least one central midfielder, but Thiago Alcantara, Cesc Fabregas and Ander Herrera all had other ideas. And who honestly thought Marouane Fellaini would be this bad? 9. The man who followed Fergie Not only did Moyes take on a seemingly impossible job in following Ferguson, he has done it with reverence, keeping the club's principles in place and remaining dignified despite United's dire situation. And it is certainly hard to retain your dignity when you're losing at home to almost every other team who turns up, so give the man a break. Would Jose Mourinho have done so? Highly unlikely. Mourinho's 'us against them' philosophy works at Chelsea and worked at Inter Milan - less so at Real Madrid - but would never go down well at a club like United. Moyes has kept his cool this season, only once losing his rag when he felt Adam Johnson dived to win a penalty for Sunderland against United in the League Cup. Mourinho on the other hand has poured gasoline on several burning fires this season, even at his own club. He's had rows with Arsene Wenger (again) and Manuel Pellegrini, as well as castigating his own strikers in public. In contrast, Moyes has continually shouldered the blame for United's defeats - probably because it's mostly been his fault, mind - bar a few exceptions, such as hitting out at the "schoolboy defending" in the second leg defeat to Bayern. He had a point, though, Patrice... 10. Leaving an Everton legacy It shouldn't just be Roberto Martinez that takes all of the credit for Everton's success this year. Yes, they have won more Premier League points already than they ever did in a single season under Moyes, but he left them in good shape when he departed for Old Trafford. He tied down Baines at Goodison Park to such an extent that he couldn't pry him away from there last summer, and created more than just the spine of the team that is thriving under Martinez. No one paid any attention when Moyes bought Steven Naismith to the club in the summer of 2012, but the forward was instrumental both against Fulham and the seemingly generation- ending victory over Arsenal in recent weeks. so to u SIR DAVID MOYES.... I SALUTE... AU REVOIR
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Fajana Nelson NEWS AT THIS HOUR !!! Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked and replaced by the joint- caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. United players were telling friends that Moyes would be sacked before the Read more ...
2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20- year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26- year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year- old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year- old during the summer. West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21- year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night.
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NEWS AT THIS HOUR !!! Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked and replaced by the joint- caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. United players were telling friends that Moyes would be sacked before th Read more ...
e 2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20- year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26-year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year- old during the summer. West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21- year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night.
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NEWS AT THIS HOUR !!! Manchester United manager David Moyes has been sacked and replaced by the joint- caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. United players were telling friends that Moyes would be sacked before th Read more ...
e 2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20- year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26-year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year- old during the summer. West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21- year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night.
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Sports News #DAVID_MOYES_GOSSIP Manchester United manager David Moyes will be sacked on Tuesday and replaced by the joint-caretaker team of Ryan Giggs and Nicky Butt until the end of the season. Full story: Daily Telegraph United players were telling friends Read more ...
that Moyes would be sacked before the 2-0 defeat away to Everton on Sunday. Full story: Daily Mirror United sanctioned Moyes's exit as early as February and can fire the Scot with just a one-year pay-off because of the club's failure to secure Champions League football for next season. Full story: Independent Borussia Dortmund boss Jurgen Klopp, 46, is one of the favourites to replace Moyes at Manchester United. Full story: Daily Mail Netherlands coach Louis Van Gaal, 62, wants to replaces Moyes and become the Old Trafford club's manager. Full story: The Sun (subscription required) Van Gaal, who will leave his current post after the 2014 World Cup, is expected to meet with United representatives to discuss taking over from Moyes. Full story: Daily Mirror Ryan Giggs should be considered as a potential long-term replacement for Moyes at Old Trafford. Full story: Daily Telegraph Former United defender Gary Neville has called on the Manchester club to clarify their position as rumours of Moyes's imminent departure spread. Full story: Daily Star #TRANSFER_GOSSIP Real Madrid are ready to sell striker Karim Benzema, 26, in order to fund a summer bid for Liverpool's Luis Suarez, 27. Full story: Daily Express Although Real may sell Benzema in order to make a move for Manchester City forward Sergio Aguero, 25. Full story: Daily Mirror Everton will attempt to sign Manchester United midfielder Tom Cleverly, 24, at the end of the season, while the Toffees will also try to make 20-year-old Chelsea striker Romelu Lukaku's loan move into a permanent switch. The Times (subscription required) Barcelona midfielder Cesc Fabregas' future at the Spanish club is in doubt after the 26-year-old was booed by fans of the Catalan outfit during the win over Athletic Bilbao. Full story: the Sun (subscription required) Chelsea goalkeeper Thibault Courtois is close to signing a two-year contract extension at Stamford Bridge. The 21-year-old Belgian, currently on loan at Atletico Madrid, is contracted to Chelsea until 2016. Full story: Daily Mail Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen, 28, is wanted by Italian club Napoli, according to his agent. Full story: The Times (subscription required) OTHER GOSSIP Newcastle striker Papiss Cisse has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a broken knee-cap which could hinder the club offloading the 28-year-old during the summer. Full story: Newcastle Chronicle West Bromwich Albion's 21-year-old midfielder George Thorne, on loan at Derby, has hinted he could sign for the Rams if they gain promotion to the Premier League through the play-offs. Full story: Express and Star GLOBAL GOSSIP Turkey midfielder Hakan Calhanoglu's father says Real Madrid and Atletico Madrid have shown an interest in the 20-year-old midfielder, who currently plays for German side Hamburg and has been linked with a switch to Chelsea. Full story: As.com (in Spanish) Montpellier midfielder Benjamin Stambouli has caught the eye of Newcastle and Everton following the 23-year-old's fine performances this season. Full story: L'Equipe (in French) Chelsea striker Fernando Torres credits Diego Simeone for Atletico Madrid's recent success, saying the 43-year-old Argentine manager has been able to unite the Spanish side. Full story: Marca (in Spanish) Real Madrid will have to pay £20m to beat rivals Atletico Madrid to the signature of Inter Milan's 21-year-old striker Mauro Icardi. Full story: Tuttosport (in Italian) Paris St-Germain are in transfer talks with Italian side Atalanta for 22-year-old midfielder Daniele Baselli, who is also being chased by Juventus and AS Monaco. Full story: L'Equipe (in French) Athletic Bilbao's young defender Aymeric Laporte, 19, could cost Bayern Munich £29m if the German giants decide to buy him. Full story: Bild (in German) AND FINALLY Manchester City fans poked fun at neighbours Manchester United by revealing a "Don't Sack Moyes" banner during their 3-1 home win against West Brom on Monday night. Full story: Daily Express
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