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Crouch: FA Cup a 'priority'

Posted Friday, February 05, 2010 by PA

Peter Crouch knows Tottenham may never have a better chance to pick up silverware than this season's FA Cup.Spurs made it through to a fifth-round tie at Bolton with a 3-1 win in their replay at Leeds on Wednesday night and with only Chelsea of the traditional big four left in the competition, a Wembley final is a realistic target for Harry Redknapp's men."We're not stupid," said Crouch. "We kno...Full Story »

Sidibe rewarded with new deal

Posted Friday, February 05, 2010 by PA

Stoke striker Mamady Sidibe has signed a new contract which will keep him at the club until the summer of 2012.The 30-year-old, who joined the Potters from Gillingham on a free transfer in 2005, has recently made a successful return from a knee injury which saw him miss the second half of last season "I am very happy here and so I didn't have to think twice about it when I was asked about a new ...Full Story »

Smith issues Rangers debt warning

Posted Thursday, February 04, 2010 by PA

Rangers manager Walter Smith has warned that their off-field problems "will only get worse".The Clydesdale Bank Premier League leaders moved closer to a domestic treble this week, but Smith fears that securing the title, and the guaranteed Champions League place that comes with it, will not alleviate their financial issues.Rangers reached the Co-operative Insurance Cup final with victory over St...Full Story »

Toffees reconsider stadium options

Posted Thursday, February 04, 2010 by PA

Everton are looking again at the possibility of redeveloping Goodison Park but chief executive Robert Elstone remains optimistic over hopes for a new stadium in the city. Since plans for a £400million project, in conjunction with Tesco, at Kirkby were rejected the club have been assessing their options. And although the global financial climate appears to be easing slightly Elstone admits they m...Full Story »

Gedo Transfer To Zamalek Stirs Controversy With His Current Club Ittihad

Posted Thursday, February 04, 2010 by Goal.com

Egyptian giants Zamalek’s move for Mohamed Nagy Gedo has caused great controversy with his current club Ittihad. Zamalek moved for the attacking midfielder, who emerged as the top scorer in African Nations Cup in Angola with five goals, after learning that his current deal is due to run out at the end of the season. However, Ittihad chairman Mohamed Moselhi has insisted that Gedo is ...Full Story »

Bridge in line for City return

Posted Thursday, February 04, 2010 by PA

Wayne Bridge could return to the Manchester City starting line-up at Hull on Saturday. The full-back has been absent since injuring a knee against former club Chelsea at the beginning of December. Since then Bridge has been caught up in the allegations about England captain John Terry's private life. The Chelsea star has faced calls for his resignation as skipper following allegations that he ha...Full Story »

Cahill was not going anywhere - Coyle

Posted Thursday, February 04, 2010 by PA

Bolton manager Owen Coyle was always confident Gary Cahill would remain at the Reebok Stadium during the transfer window. Coyle says it was written in his contract when he moved from Burnley in December that the defender would not be moved on. Cahill has attracted a number of suitors after breaking into the England squad. Coyle said: "We have always been focused regarding Gary Cahill. I knew he...Full Story »

Hargreaves out of United's European plans

Posted Thursday, February 04, 2010 by PA

Owen Hargreaves has been left out of Manchester United's Champions League squad. The move almost certainly ends any chance the midfielder had of forcing his way into Fabio Capello's World Cup squad and raises fresh doubts over his chances of making a full recovery from double knee surgery in October 2008. Last month, Sir Alex Ferguson did state his intention to pick Hargreaves in his 25-man Euro...Full Story »

McLeish planning squad overhaul

Posted Thursday, February 04, 2010 by PA

Birmingham manager Alex McLeish is set to reshape his squad in the summer with "significant" additions and "eight or nine players likely to leave" - according to the club's chief executive Michael Dunford.McLeish only managed to bring in playmaker Michel from Sporting Gijon and midfielder Craig Gardner from Aston Villa during the January transfer window. But Dunford predicts the former Scotland ...Full Story »

Pompey get owner number four

Posted Thursday, February 04, 2010 by PA

Portsmouth have a fourth owner of the season after a takeover by Hong Kong businessman Balram Chainrai was confirmed - and the club could have a fifth before the year is out. Chainrai's company Portpin have taken a controlling interest in the club from former owner Ali Al-Faraj after exercising a clause in their agreement over a £17million loan made to the Saudi. However, Chainrai's aim is merel...Full Story »

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