Sunderland striker Steven Fletcher is confident the side can maintain their Premier League status following the appointment of Dick Advocaat as their new manager, as the Scotland international feels the Dutchman has already made an impact despite not being at the club for too long, reports Sky Sports
Sunderland are in a precarious position in the Premier League, and have some tough games to come against strong opposition. They hav...More
Ahead of internationals to come against Lithuania and Italy, Manchester United and England forward Wayne Rooney is only three goals away from matching Bobby Charlton’s all-time goals record for England, but has revealed he’s tried not to think about too much beating the former Three Lions international, reports Sky Sports.
The 29-year-old has 46 goals for England from 101 caps, and looks set to break Charlton’s record, with many i...More
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge will be out of action for a month, after tearing a muscle following the Reds’ defeat to Manchester United last weekend, reports Sky Sports.
The England international has missed the majority of the campaign through injury, and could now be sidelined for another month with the muscle tear. He was due to play for the Three Lions in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Lithuania and their friendly to co...More
Manchester United’s under-fire striker Radamel Falcao scored two goals on international duty, as his Colombia side dispatched of Bahrain in last night’s international friendly, running out 6-0 winners at full-time, reports Sky Sports.
The 29-year-old has been on the periphery with the Red Devils since his loan move from AS Monaco this season, but he was on song for his country with an impressive contribution. He was made captain f...More
West Ham defender Winston Reid will miss his country’s game against South Africa after picking up a hamstring injury, New Zealand coach Anthony Hudson has confirmed. The centre-back could return for the Hammers next game next month, however, reports Sky Sports.
The 26-year-old recently signed a new long-term deal with West Ham, ending months of speculation about his future. He’s been outstanding in the backline all through the sea...More
Chelsea have confirmed through their official website that captain John Terry has signed a new contract with the club until the end of the 2015-16 season.
Terry’s current deal was due to expire in the summer of 2015 but he will stay on at Stamford Bridge for at least another 12 months, having made 661 appearances for the Blues since his debut in 1998. Terry has, barring a short loan spell at Nottingham Forest, represented Chelsea ...More
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