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27 Apr
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Posted by content at 11:40

Tottenham manager Mauricio Pochettino fears that striker Harry Kane could be set for a similar spell on the sidelines, just as he did in the first half of the campaign.


The club sorely missed the presence of the England international back then. The inability for his replacement Vincent Janssen to come up with the goals meant that Tottenham went through a barren run of form during that period. There is a danger of the same repeating, as Kane had to go off the game against Millwall with what appeared to be a serious injury. He was seen leaving the stadium – after the 6-0 victory – in crutches.
25 Mar
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Posted by content at 06:24

Nottingham Forest is considering the sale of Denmark international striker, Nicklas Bendtner.


The striker joined Forests as a free agent last summer on his release by Wolfsburg, but his inability to have an impact and been considered surplus to requirements in the City ground has left club fans unimpressed .
04 Mar
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Posted by content at 07:15

Leicester City have issued a statement backing manager Claudio Ranieri with unwavering support.


After winning the league title last season in quite incredible fashion, the club are back near the bottom of the table. Even though Lester did expect a tough campaign after having won the title, Ranieri would not have imagined a relegation battle. At the start of the campaign, the Italian focused heavily on the Champions League and this led to a dip in the league form – even though the club did qualify for the knockout stages of the European competition.
07 Feb
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Posted by content at 05:55

Ahead of their second Group A clash against Guinea-Bissau on Wednesday, head coach of the Indomitable Lions of Cameroon, Hugo Broos spoke at length before the start of the African Cup of Nations of the fact that there are no more minnows in the competition; this is something the team has to bear in mind going into the game.


Both sides played a 1-1 draw in their opening fixtures on Saturday, with Guinea-Bissau holding host, Gabo and the indomitable Lions letting a lead slip off their hands against the Burkinabe.
21 Jan
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Posted by content at 10:43

Liverpool captain Jordan Henderson believes that it will not be long before striker Daniel Sturridge hits top form and reclaims his first-team spot. Sturridge was a £ 12 million signing from Chelsea back in January 2013.


He formed a deadly partnership with striker Luis Suarez during the club’s incredible campaign in which they finished runners-up to Manchester City a few years ago. Since the arrival of JurgenKlopp, though, Sturridge has struggled for first-team opportunities. He certainly did not help his case by being injured for much of last season.
09 Dec
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Posted by content at 06:31

Former Spurs player Paul Stewart has said that the number of sexual abuse victims within football could reach its hundreds.


Stewart, who says he was abused by a coach whilst he was a boy for four years, has sensationally disclosed that the sport could face hundreds of allegations on the scale of the Jimmy Savile scandal.
01 Dec
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Posted by content at 13:13

Interim manager of the Three Lions Gareth Southgate has asked that the Football Association take one month to decide his future with the team.


There have been rumours that Southgate might not get the role, but since he has lived to the standards the FA wanted, the manager has called that the FA decide his future within a month.
25 Nov
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Posted by isport at 11:20

Former Liverpool manager Gerard Houllier believes that Jurgen Klopp is the right man for the club and that he is going to win trophies for the club. He said that Liverpool has been struggling too much in recent seasons and that Jurgen Klopp is the right man to change the club’s situation.

Gerard Houllier has stated that Liverpool has already shown sign of progress under Jurgen Klopp and he is sure that this will continue. He said that there is a new motivation for the team and that there is a new belief among the fans that they can win the title again.

24 Oct
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Posted by isport at 08:46

Michael Chopra believes he shouldn’t worry about Stephen Constantine’s statements because the head coach’s position is shaky itself and he might have to go any time soon.

Constantine had recently refused to entertain the suggestions of handing out an India cap to Chopra on the account of his experience in the first and second tier of Football in England.

28 Sep
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Posted by isport at 11:58

Frank Lampard is regarded by the fans as one of the greatest ever Chelsea players and, although injury has interrupted his season, he is now showing New York City supporters why he has been so successful in the game.

But whereas Lampard is hoping to finish off his career with more trophies in MLS there have been some who put Chelsea’s form last season down to the club being unable to replace their talismanic midfielder. So have Chelsea found someone who can take over Lampard’s mantle at Stamford Bridge?

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