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Victor Obinna says family were not racially abused by West Ham fans

Posted Thursday, April 07, 2011 by theguardian.com

• Striker dismisses reports of incidents at Upton Park • Obinna: 'I didn't have any of my relatives at the game' Victor Obinna has denied reports of racist abuse by West Ham fans. The West Ham United forward Victor Obinna, whose family were allegedly racially abused by fans at Upton Park on Saturday, has revealed that none of his relatives were in the country at the time. Reports...Full Story »

Alan Pardew says 'mature' Joey Barton deserves Newcastle captaincy

Posted Thursday, April 07, 2011 by theguardian.com

• Midfielder will deputise for suspended captain Kevin Nolan• Pardew: 'He deserves the chance to take on that responsibility' Joey Barton has been named as Newcastle's stand-in captain. The Newcastle United manager Alan Pardew has backed controversial midfielder Joey Barton by handing him the club captaincy in place of the suspended Kevin Nolan. Pardew, naming Barton as captain f...Full Story »

David Beckham's £200 on Brit grub

Posted Wednesday, April 06, 2011 by The Sun

HOMESICK DAVID BECKHAM splashed £200 on British sweets and treats at a specialist food store in Los Angeles. The 35-year-old footballer went shopping to satisfy the cravings of pregnant wife VICTORIA, 36, and their three growing boys. Becks and the lads walked out with seven bags of British staples including mushy peas, HP Sauce, Heinz Baked Beans and Bassett's Jelly Babies. The ace ...Full Story »

Bouncer battered Balotelli bonnet

Posted Wednesday, April 06, 2011 by The Sun

Bust-up ... bouncer whacks striker Mario Balotelli's £80,000 Maserati FOOTIE ace Mario Balotelli had his Maserati bashed in by a bouncer, it emerged yesterday. It happened after the Man City striker was kicked out of a lap-dancing club. Some of his group were accused of breaking "no-touching" rules. Italian Balotelli, 20, then tormented bouncers by arguing and laughing in their faces ...Full Story »

Hatem: I nearly lost my leg

Posted Tuesday, April 05, 2011 by The Sun

HORROR ... Nigel de Jong crunches into Hatem Ben Arfa HATEM BEN ARFA returned to training at Newcastle after his injury nightmare and revealed: I nearly had my leg amputated. The French midfielder was out for six months after a horror tackle by Manchester City's Nigel De Jong left him with a broken left leg. Ben Arfa, 24, who has been doing his rehab in France, said: "I was afraid for my care...Full Story »

Aston Villa: Lerner dash for Ashley Young

Posted Tuesday, April 05, 2011 by Dailystar.co.uk

ABOVE: Aston Villa's Ashley Young is sought by the Premier League’s big hitters ASTON VILLA owner Randy Lerner has made a desperate personal bid to try to keep England star Ashley Young. Aston Villa ace Ashley Young is on the radar of some of the Premier League’s big hitters, with Manchester United leading the chase. The 25-year-old winger has one more season to run on his contra...Full Story »

Keeping it Coleen at birthday bash

Posted Tuesday, April 05, 2011 by The Sun

COLEEN ROONEY brushed off the controversy sparked by her potty-mouthed hubby to attend a children's birthday party at the weekend. The WAG got dolled up in a jumpsuit for the occasion, accompanied by her son KAI, parents TONY and COLETTE, and sister ROSIE. She turned heads in her trendy get-up as she made her way to the Cheshire bash armed with bags of pressies. No doubt Coleen received a...Full Story »

Adebayor: I felt unloved at City

Posted Monday, April 04, 2011 by thesun.co.uk

HAPPY DAYS ... Emmanuel Adebayor is enjoying life at Real Madrid MMANUEL ADEBAYOR has revealed he quit Manchester City because the fans did not show him enough love. The Togo striker joined Real Madrid on loan until the end of the season in January after falling behind Carlos Tevez, Mario Balotelli and Edin Dzeko in the City pecking order. Adebayor moved to Eastlands in a £25million mo...Full Story »

It must have been hell for Mrs M

Posted Monday, April 04, 2011 by thesun.co.uk

FAMILY MATTERS ... Harry Redknapp and wife Sandra out for a Mothers' Day meal with grandchildren (left to right) Joe (10), Molly (11), Bobbie (3), Harry (4), and Mimi (7) FAMILIES are a vital support for managers at all times in the high-pressure world of football.When things are good, it's great to take your wife out for a meal to help unwind. My missus Sandra has been great to me over the ...Full Story »

Sandro: 'I told my brother: I'll be the player we should both have been'

Posted Saturday, April 02, 2011 by theguardian.com

The Tottenham midfielder heads for the Real Madrid game driven by a desire to repay his family in Brazil Sandro could become the first player to win the Copa Libertadores and Champions League within a single European season. It was in the periods of intense loneliness that self-doubt crept in. Sandro Raniere Guimarães Cordeiro would stare out of the window as the rickety bus, one of thre...Full Story »

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