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City climbdown in Tev strike row

Posted Friday, October 21, 2011 by The Sun

MANCHESTER CITY have sensationally backed down over manager Roberto Mancini's claim that Carlos Tevez refused to play in Munich.Tevez will attend a club disciplinary hearing today to deal with his behaviour during the Champions League clash against Bayern last month. But SunSport has learned from City sources that the club do NOT intend to charge him with the outright accusation he refused to...Full Story »

Manchester City bench backs Carlos Tevez

Posted Friday, October 21, 2011 by The Sun

SILENT NIGHT ... Tevez and team-mates on the bench in Munich NOT one single person on the Manchester City bench in Munich heard Carlos Tevez tell Roberto Mancini he would not play.Not even Mancini's loyal assistants David Platt and Brian Kidd have been able to back up the manager's claim. And City's substitutes for the Champions League clash with Bayern that night were unable to support Mancin...Full Story »

End for Franco Baldini

Posted Thursday, October 20, 2011 by Dailystar.co.uk

Above: Franco Baldini starts his new job FABIO CAPELLO’S right-hand man Franco Baldini started his new job as general manager of Roma ­yesterday. Baldini’s contract with the FA is up at the end of this month and he was given leave to travel to Italy to begin his new career. Baldini will continue to help Capello in an unpaid capacity, next returning to England a couple of days ...Full Story »

Petr Cech quit fear

Posted Thursday, October 20, 2011 by The Sun

PROBLEMS ... Petr Cech PETR CECH'S long-term future at Chelsea has been thrown into doubt — by Blues' 19-year-old rookie keeper.Thibaut Courtois says the club have fears over the fitness of Cech. Courtois, on loan at Atletico Madrid, told Spanish radio station Onda Cero: "I know he has problems in his knees and on his back. "Chelsea's goalkeeping coach told me he doesn't know how much t...Full Story »

Nani: I’ll down Manchester City

Posted Thursday, October 20, 2011 by The Sun

ON A MISSION ... Nani NANI is ready to silence the noisy neighbours and prove he is one of Manchester United's big-game players. The Red Devils go into battle with Roberto Mancini's table-toppers at Old Trafford on Sunday in what boss Alex Ferguson has billed as the biggest Manchester derby he has ever known. After scoring three goals against them in the clubs' last three meetings, Nani is de...Full Story »

Juventus plan to test Arsenal's resolve with Walcott bid

Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2011 by Talksport.co.uk

Arsenal winger Theo Walcott is Juventus' main transfer target in a move that could trigger a transfer triangle involving Chelsea as well. Juventus manager, Antonio Conte, is a confessed admirer of the qualities of the English international and has prepared a plan to bring him to Italy in the summer. Conte has meet with Juve's sporting director Beppe Marotta and is ready to discuss the possib...Full Story »

Barcelona ace Eric Abidal: Man City want me

Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2011 by The Sun

PLENTY OF OPTIONS ... Barca stalwart Abidal DEFENDER Eric Abidal claims Manchester City want him. The Barcelona ace, 32, is in contract talks. He said: "Clubs have shown an interest, notably PSG, Milan and Man City."Full Story »

Spurs’ crock Ledley King back next month

Posted Wednesday, October 19, 2011 by The Sun

GROIN INJURY ... Spurs defender King LEDLEY KING should be fit to play next month. The Tottenham centre-back, who missed six months of last season with a groin injury, limped out of Sunday's 2-2 draw at Newcastle on Sunday with a similar problem.Full Story »

Dalglish leads Hillsborough support

Posted Tuesday, October 18, 2011 by ESPN

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish sent messages of support as families of fans who died in the Hillsborough disaster saw their quest for justice move a step closer.In an emotional debate in the House of Commons lasting over four hours Home Secretary Theresa May insisted the Government was committed to disclosing the full facts surrounding the 1989 tragedy which claimed 96 lives.Liverpool Walton MP...Full Story »

Helen Flanagan to be WAG in Wales

Posted Tuesday, October 18, 2011 by The Sun

'So in love' ... Helen Flanagan CORRIE babe Helen Flanagan is moving to Wales to become a full-time WAG. The 21-year-old — who has played Rosie Webster since she was nine — will quit at Christmas to be closer to footballer boyfriend Scott Sinclair, 22. She will spend New Year househunting with the Swansea striker. A pal said: "Helen is so in love. She's made no secret of the fact...Full Story »

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