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Harry Redknapp Hammers Booze boys

Posted Wednesday, May 18, 2011 by Dailystar.co.uk

ABOVE: Harry Redknapp has slammed West Ham HARRY REDKNAPP has slammed West Ham for hosting a boozy end-of-season dinner in the wake of their relegation. The Hammers held a glitzy £275-a-head dinner at the Grosvenor House Hotel in London on Monday night. But the event – held just 24 hours after the Irons went down – turned ugly after a confrontation between fans and players. ...Full Story »

Steve McClaren'S Rovers Return

Posted Wednesday, May 18, 2011 by Express.co.uk

ABOVE: Steve McClaren could return to club management in this country STEVE McCLAREN has been lined up for a shock return to Premier League football at Blackburn. Starsport understands boss Steve Kean could be sacked by Blackburn’s Indian owners even if he secures Premier League survival this weekend. And that would leave the road clear for Steve McClaren to return to club management i...Full Story »

Manchester City 3 : 0 Stoke City - Tevez's Boot proves Golden for City

Posted Wednesday, May 18, 2011 by PA

Carlos Tevez drew level with Dimitar Berbatov in the battle for the Golden Boot as his magnificent brace gave Manchester City a 3-0 win over Stoke which left them on the brink of direct qualification for the Champions League. The Blues captain lashed his side in front after beating two men inside the Stoke box, then curled home a superb free-kick to take his tally to 20, exactly the same as B...Full Story »

Bayern top the league table… for vegetarians

Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

BERLIN (AFP) - Bavarian giants Bayern Munich have averted a title-free season by again being voted the best vegetarian-friendly club in the Bundesliga by animal rights group PETA. For the fourth season running, PETA (People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals) has voted Bayern the best team in the German league at serving up tasty meat-free dishes to hungry football fans at their Allianz Arena...Full Story »

Forrest and Martin get Scotland call-up

Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

GLASGOW, Scotland (AFP) - Celtic winger James Forrest and Norwich defender Russell Martin have won their first Scotland call-ups for the Nations Cup finale in Dublin later this month. Leeds striker Ross McCormack and Blackpool goalkeeper Matt Gilks have been recalled to Craig Levein's pool for games against Wales and Republic of Ireland in the biennial tournament which also includes Northern Ir...Full Story »

Frings confirms Werder departure

Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

BREMEN, Germany (AP)—Former Germany international Torsten Frings is leaving Werder Bremen after a six-year second spell at the Bundesliga club. The 34-year-old midfielder’s contract expires in June and Frings was not offered an extension. “It wasn’t a matter of money, there was no offer,” Werder’s general manager Klaus Allofs said Tuesday. Frings told local...Full Story »

Final adds to Villas-Boas’ Mourinho comparisons

Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

DUBLIN (AP)—FC Porto coach Andre Villas-Boas may brush off comparisons to Jose Mourinho but a Europa League final win against Braga will put the young Portuguese coach on a parallel track to that of his predecessor. Porto goes into Wednesday’s final at the Dublin Arena as the second Portuguese club to finish a league season unbeaten after Benfica’s 1972-73 team. Villas-Boas no...Full Story »

City win causes Man United to remove banner

Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

MANCHESTER, England (AP)—Manchester United fans are no longer laughing quite so hard at Manchester City. City’s win in last weekend’s FA Cup final has prompted United to remove a banner hanging at its stadium mocking its rival’s long stretch without a trophy. The annually updated banner had reached “35 years” this season. United amassed 13 league championsh...Full Story »

Rooney penalty seals United’s record 19th title

Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

LONDON, May 14 (Reuters) - Manchester United were crowned champions of England for a record 19th time on Saturday when a Wayne Rooney penalty earned them a 1-1 draw at Blackburn Rovers and the point they needed to win the Premier League title. It was a nervous afternoon for United after they fell behind when Brett Emerton struck for Blackburn after 20 minutes. Rooney equalised for United with a...Full Story »

West Ham co-owner: racist fan caused party trouble

Posted Tuesday, May 17, 2011 by YAHOO Sport

LONDON (AP)—West Ham co-owner David Sullivan has blamed the trouble that marred the club’s official end-of-season dinner on a fan who racially abused one of the players. The club held the party at Grosvenor House Hotel in central London on Monday night despite being relegated from the Premier League just a day earlier and still having one game left to play. Sullivan says British ...Full Story »

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