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  • Second-tier Blackburn football seek new manager afer Coyle departure

    Second-tier Blackburn football seek new manager afer Coyle departure

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    Second-tier Blackburn football seek new manager afer Coyle departure

    English second-tier strugglers Blackburn Rovers are seeking their seventh full-time manager since Indian owners Venkys bought the club in 2010 after Owen Coyle left by mutual consent on Tuesday. The 50-year-old Scot -- who guided them to just 11 wins in 37 matches since taking over in June last year -- leaves with the former English champions second from bottom of the Championship and three points adrift of safety. Coyle, who has also taken charge of Burnley, Bolton Wanderers and Wigan …

  • TEAM NEWS: Fernandinho plays at left-back as Aguero leads the line

    TEAM NEWS: Fernandinho plays at left-back as Aguero leads the line

    Goal.com
    TEAM NEWS: Fernandinho plays at left-back as Aguero leads the line

    The Brazilian has been drafted into the backline for the visit of the Ligue 1 leaders, while Gabriel Jesus' injury gives El Kun the chance to shine …

  • I would never force out Manchester United legend Rooney - Mourinho

    I would never force out Manchester United legend Rooney - Mourinho

    Omnisport
    I would never force out Manchester United legend Rooney - Mourinho

    Wayne Rooney still has a future at Manchester United under Jose Mourinho, according to the former Chelsea manager. …

  • Football: Anderlecht insist Premier League target Tielemans not leaving on the cheap

    Football: Anderlecht insist Premier League target Tielemans not leaving on the cheap

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    Football: Anderlecht insist Premier League target Tielemans not leaving on the cheap

    Herman Van Holsbeeck has made it clear Anderlecht will not sell Youri Tielemans unless a big-money offer comes in for the youngster. …

  • Southampton profit from the gift of the Gab

    Southampton profit from the gift of the Gab

    Reuters
    Southampton profit from the gift of the Gab

    In 163 minutes of football for Southampton since arriving for £14 million on transfer deadline day, Manolo Gabbiadini has scored three times in two appearances -- more than 10 per cent of the club's Premier League goals this season. Add to that goals in his final two appearances for Napoli and you have to go back to the start of December to find a game in which Gabbiadini did not score -- and even then he was only given 56 minutes to shine against Benfica in the Champions League. Gabbiadini …