Borussia Dortmund manager Jurgen Klopp is keeping his emotions in check ahead of the biggest game of his life.
Klopp has guided Dortmund back to the summit of European football, with two Bundesliga titles in three years and a Champions League final appearance tomorrow night against Bayern Munich.
However, he spoke to PUMA on the eve of the final and was staying composed about what was ahead of his young side.
When asked about his f...More
David Gill will join UEFA’s executive committee in his first main role since stepping down from his duties at Manchester United.
Gill announced in February that he was relinquishing his role as chief executive at Old Trafford, going at the same time as manager Sir Alex Ferguson, with assistant manager Mike Phelan expected to be confirmed as leaving the club too later on Friday.
The Daily Telegraph is saying Gill has won his place on...More
As David Moyes this week began unofficial life at Old Trafford, the new Manchester United manager will guide his new club into a summer of intense intrigue. The enormity of the task in hand will be the subject of great attention and discussion, as a number of story-lines will play out with Moyes at the forefront.
The outgoing Everton boss pitched up to his new employers some 43 days before his contract is due to start, as what looks ...More
Brendan Rodgers’ Liverpool finished below Manchester United, Manchester City, Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Everton in the Premier League this season, yet the Reds arguably have something of an advantage over four of those clubs going into the summer.
Sir Alex Ferguson, Roberto Mancini, Rafael Benitez and David Moyes will all have left their respective top-flight clubs by the end of next month and chairmen of three of these...More
Fulham’s rather disappointing season indicated the need for major reinforcements to be brought in in the summer months. Indeed, manager Martin Jol indicated that it would be a busy off-season as the Cottagers attempt to increase their squad numbers, with so many players either leaving the club on free transfers or returning to their parent clubs following loan spells.
However, it was originally thought any summer business would only...More
There is common consent that Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy runs Spurs on a prudent basis. However, one area which perhaps frustrates fans more than any other aspect is Levy’s brinkmanship in the transfer market. Every window, transfer sagas are to be drawn out as Levy exacts the last penny from sales or purchases. There is a cost.
Transfers are not completed as negotiations go to the wire; tellingly, this season primarily for João M...More
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