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Manchester United have announced the signing of former Barcelona goalkeeper Victor Valdes on a 18 month deal. Valdes who is now 32, choose Manchester United over several other premier league clubs after being released by Barcelona meaning the goalkeeper could move on a free transfer. Prior to joining Manchester United Valdes had been at Barcelona all his career and had came through the Barcelona... Read more
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has stated nobody should be blamed for his departure, however he has advised he would of stayed if he was offered a contract last summer. Gerrard advised over the weekend that he will be leaving Liverpool and it is rumoured that Gerrard will be moving to the MLS and is likely to move to LA Galaxy. Gerrard told a local newspaper “If a contract had been put in front... Read more
The draw for the FA cup 4th round has been on Monday prior to the FA clash between AFC Wimbledon VS Liverpool tie. The draw is as follows: Southampton / Ipswich v Crystal Palace Cambridge United v Manchester United Blackburn v Swansea Chelsea v Millwall / Bradford Derby v Scunthorpe / Chesterfield Preston v Sheffield United Birmingham v West Brom Aston Villa v Bournemouth Cardiff v Reading... Read more
Newcastle United have confirmed they have cancelled Hatem Ben Arfa’s contact with immediate effect. The winger had been on loan at Hull for the majority of the season but returned to Newcastle earlier this month. It is rumoured that Ben Arfa will now join France club Nice on a free transfer. Ben Arfa joined Newcastle in 2010 from French side Marseille for an undisclosed fee. A statement was... Read more
Brighton manager and former Liverpool defender Sami Hyypia has resigned as Brighton’s manager after a dismal start to his coaching career in England. Hyypia only won 3 of his games in charge of Brighton in 22 games leaving Brighton 3rd from bottom in the Championship. Following his resignation Brighton Chairman Tony Bloom said “Sami offered his resignation, and we reluctantly accepted ... Read more
Newcastle manager Alan Pardew has stated his side was punished by Sunderland on Sunday in the Tyne-Wear derby. For the majority of the game Newcastle was the better side, however they was unable to convert their chances. In the 90th minute Sunderland midfielder Adam Johnson eased the ball past the Newcastle goalkeeper to win the game. Following the game Pardew said “That’s as painful as it gets,... Read more
Liverpool captain Steven Gerrard has stated that Reheem Sterling could be a legend at the club if he commits his long term future to the Merseyside club. It has been reported that Sterling has been offered a contract extension by Liverpool but there is a dispute over the players wages. Sterling has also been linked with several big name clubs including Real Madrid, Manchester City, Chelsea and... Read more
The draw for the Semi Finals of the Capital One draw was made last night creating some interesting ties. League 1 side Sheffield United was drawn against Premier League struggles Tottenham whilst Chelsea was drawn against rivals Liverpool. Following Liverpool’s 3-1 away win to Bournemouth manager Brendan Rodgers said "It will be a fantastic tie," "The most important thing was getting through, but... Read more
Liverpool right back Glen Johnson has been ruled out for at least a month with a groin injury. The defender picked up the injury in Liverpool’s 3-0 loss against fellow rivals Manchester united. This is Johnson’s second groin injury of the season, the right back missed 6 weeks in June. Liverpool is well covered at the fall back passion with Manquillo, Moreno, Enrique and Flanagan all available for... Read more
The draw for the last 32 of the Europa league was made on Monday resulting in some interesting ties for the UK based teams. Merseyside clubs Everton and Liverpool will face Young boys and Besiktas respectively. London club Tottenham will face Italian side Fiorentina whilst Scottish club Celtic will face Italian giants Inter Milan. The full draw is below: Young Boys v Everton Torino... Read more