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Unsettled Edin Dzeko may quit Man City as Real Madrid hover

Posted Tuesday, March 20, 2012 by The Sun

EDIN OUT? ... Dzeko wants regular football EDIN DZEKO is considering quitting Manchester City in the summer. The Bosnia striker has not requested a transfer but Etihad bosses are aware of his unhappiness over his lack of first-team opportunities. And now Dzeko, 26, could be set for a swap deal with Real Madrid's Argy striker Gonzalo Higuain as boss Jose Mourinho is a long-term admirer. Higua...Full Story »

Rio and Lampard in Chinese takeaway

Posted Tuesday, March 20, 2012 by The Sun

CHINA TARGET ... Utd defender Rio Ferdinand THE CHINESE last night confirmed they are preparing a megabucks swoop for Rio Ferdinand and Frank Lampard. Super League outfit Guizhou Renhe are willing to pay the Manchester United and Chelsea stars a whopping £250,000-a-week each to persuade them to quit the Premier League this summer. Guizhou chairman Wang Guolin said: "I want the best tea...Full Story »

We can’t play it again

Posted Monday, March 19, 2012 by The Sun

BOLTON will hold talks with the FA in the next 48 hours before deciding whether to quit this season's FA Cup. The club could feel it is too much to ask players to return to White Hart Lane so soon after witnessing Fabrice Muamba's harrowing fight for life. Saturday's quarter-final with Tottenham was abandoned after the midfielder's collapse and a rematch would usually be played next Tuesday ...Full Story »

City eye Eden

Posted Monday, March 19, 2012 by The Sun

MANC TUG OF WAR ... City have leapt above Utd in race for Eden Hazard MANCHESTER CITY last night made a dramatic move for Lille sensation Eden Hazard. Spurs and Arsenal have been locked in a battle to try and sign the Belgian playmaker, 21. But City boss Roberto Mancini, assistant David Platt and chief football administration officer Brian Marwood flew to France to watch Hazard score one goal...Full Story »

Lampard: AVB too focused on future

Posted Sunday, March 18, 2012 by ESPN

Frank Lampard believes Andre Villas-Boas spent too much time focusing on the future of Chelsea and lost sight of the present. Villas-Boas was sacked earlier this month following a run of poor results, and his fractious relationship with some of his senior players was one of the factors behind his downfall. As one of the older players who lost his automatic first-team place as Villas-Boas loo...Full Story »

No mercy Blues heroes still face axe

Posted Sunday, March 18, 2012 by The Sun

ALL SMILES ... but Terry and Drogba's joy against Napoli may prove short-lived ROMAN ABRAMOVICH is still set to wield the axe this summer, despite Chelsea's Champions League heroics against Napoli. Sources close to the Blues' billionaire owner maintain he intends to oversee a radical overhaul in a bid to rebuild an ageing squad. Players like Didier Drogba, Ashley Cole and even captain John Te...Full Story »

Wayne Rooney's a cup hero - Manchester United star paints pottery with son for Mother's Day

Posted Saturday, March 17, 2012 by The Sun

Doting ... Wayne Rooney with son Kai NORMALLY if Wayne Rooney had been caught handling a pair of cups out on the town his missus would have had his guts for garters. But this time the doting dad's scored a winner and landed in Coleen's good books. The Manchester United striker brushed aside the day job to paint mugs for Mother's Day with his little boy Kai in a pottery shop. The Rooneys shar...Full Story »

John Terry: Don’t read my lips - Trial bid to ban lip-reading flops

Posted Saturday, March 17, 2012 by The Sun

A BATTLE by John Terry to outlaw lip-reading evidence ahead of his looming trial for alleged racist abuse has flopped, The Sun can reveal.The soccer ace's high-priced legal team argued at a hastily-arranged court hearing it would be unfair because the case against him revolves around a single word — "black". Chelsea superstar Terry was captured on TV allegedly calling QPR defender Ant...Full Story »

Juventus consider moves for Van Persie and Suarez

Posted Friday, March 16, 2012 by Talksport.co.uk

Premier League clubs are on high alert amid news that Juventus have set aside £30m for a big summer signing - with Robin Van Persie and Luis Suarez potential targets. Andrea Agnelli, the club's president, will sanction a massive move in the summer, with a whole host of Premier League players on Juve's hit-list. Gonzalo Higuain, the Real Madrid striker wanted by Manchester City, is a tar...Full Story »

The first few months were horrendous – culture shock in England was just terrible

Posted Friday, March 16, 2012 by The Sun

THE DRUGS DON'T WORK ... Vincent Pericard was prescribed prozac VINCENT PERICARD suffers from depression and has quit football — aged just 29. The former French under-21 striker suffered problems at Portsmouth and Stoke. He was prescribed Prozac by his doctor and, during his spell under Tony Pulis, was imprisoned for lying in court over a driving conviction. Signed by Harry Redknapp af...Full Story »

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