English club, Birmingham have sacked club manager, Aitor Karanka after losing his last game in charge of the club in the English second division League.
It is a sad day for the coach of England championship side as he was relieved of his duty today after losing 4 games back to back, the blues boss will not be guiding his side to their Wednesday night game in England.
English club, Charlton Athletic have appointed a new manager after the departure of Lee Bowyer.The Addicks as they are been fondly called, appointed Nigel Adkins as their new manager as they push on for a place in the Championship next season.
The manager of Birmingham has been sacked, the reasons was that he lost his last match in the English Second Division league Aitor Karanka (born 18 September 1973) is a Spanish football manager and former player The former assistant manager of Real Madrid was sacked by the Blues after he lose to
With a total of over 2 Billion Euros spent this year on transfers in and out of the Premier League alone, it's no doubt that football is one of the most lucrative business in existence and with the rate at which is going, it's slowly taking over the world. FIFA spent a total of 400 Million Dollars in the 2018 World Cup and reports are estimating over 500 for the Qatar event next two years. But deep down, an average Football fan doesn't care how much is spent on these. We all just want to watch a beautiful game
Two times Super Eagles capped star Chuks Aneke was on target for his English club Charlton Athletic on Tuesday night, in their 1-0 away victory over Wigan Athletic in the week 32 of the English League 1.
Football is a contact sport and involves a lot of emotions. And sometimes, when the players are overcome with a lot of emotions, it can result in, not just the usual physical contact, but a more violent contact with an opposing player. A number of times, we've seen fighta happen between players and their opponents. Certain players like Gattuso, Vinnie Jones, Pepe and Diego Costa are well-known for their aggressive nature on the pitch, and so it's not surprising to see them charge at an opponent. However, when
Football is indeed a very beautiful game, it is a game that brings so many people together.Football brings different countries together, it unites different races and brings different aspects of people together all for the love of the game.
Football is a team sport. All 22 players plus their Coach and the technical bench must work together to win matches and deliver trophies if possible. However, this becomes a problem if there is a bad fruit in the squad. The manager is not only supposed to dish out tactics but also command respect from everybody under him in the team. This is why it becomes such a drama when teammates fight. It is not common but bitter confrontations and sometimes fist fight can sometimes happen in soccer camps. 6. Jermain Beckford
Dylan Levitt has been recalled from his loan at Charlton Athletic by his parent club Manchester United. The 20-year-old made five appearances for the Addicks during his time at the club. Manchester United released an official statement on their website to confirm Levitt's recall from loan. "Manchester United midfielder Dylan Levitt has returned to the club after a loan spell with Charlton Athletic. We can confirm that the recall clause in the loan agreement has been activated, ending Levitt’s temporary spell
Football is a game of passion, and sometimes tensions flare up and anything could result from that. We've seen players engage in verbal exchange or physical fights with opponents and sometimes with match officials, as a result of a disagreement or something of that sort. But how often do players fight with their own teammates right in the pitch? Well, on several occasions, football players have actually engaged in physical fights with their teammates. In such extreme cases, either of our both players involved
This is indeed a sad day for the coach of the England championship team, because he was relieved today after losing four consecutive games.The Blues boss will not direct his team to participate in the Wednesday night in England game.
Andi Zeqiri Brighton have signed striker Andi Zeqiri from Swiss Super League side Lausanne-Sport on a four-year contract. Carlos Vinicius Carlos Vinicius is expected to undergo a medical on Friday ahead of his impending loan move to Tottenham from Benfica. Football.london claim terms have been agreed with the Portuguese outfit to sign Vinicus on a season-long loan with an option to buy for £36.3m. Marcus Maddison Lee Bowyer was delighted to finally get his man after Marcus Maddison signed an initial one-year
The English side, Charlton Athletic are happy to complete the signing of Chelsea's sensational full-back, Ian Maatsen on a campaign-long loan deal. The prolific player, Ian Maatsen follows in the footsteps of talented duo prospects, Jay Dasilva and Conor Gallagher, who both had very outstanding loan periods with the Addicks in recent campaigns. The 18-year-old Netherlands young prospect, Ian is well thought of at the English Premier League side, Chelsea FC following his arrival at the Stamford Bridge Stadium
DONE DEAL: Canada international Liam Millar joins on loan from Liverpool Charlton Athletic are delighted to confirm the loan signing of Canada international Liam Millar from Liverpool until the end of the season. The 21-year-old winger, who can also play up front, possesses great speed and is highly thought of at the Premier League champions who have just tied him down to a new contract. Lee Bowyer has been looking to add pace to his squad and was very pleased he’s been able to bring in Millar. He said: "He's
Lee Bowyer was delighted to finally get his man after Marcus Maddison signed an initial one-year deal at Charlton. The attacking midfielder, 27, was a free agent after his contract at Peterborough expired this summer Swansea City and Millwall eye move for Tranmere Rovers winger Corey Blackett-Taylor who starred in his side's sensational FA Cup elimination of Watford last season AC Milan Confirm Signing of Norwegian Youngster Jens Petter Hauge Tottenham Hotspur have reached an agreement to sign Benfica striker
Fleetwood Town vs Ipswich Town Fleetwood Town manager Simon Grayson will be happy not to have any fitness concerns to speak of ahead of this match owing to a completely healthy squad to choose from.Ipswich manager Paul Cook has not got a full squad to pick from.
Premier League over the years has seen many iconic moments in its history. From last minute title clinching goals to team mates fight on the pitch – it has seen it all. Let us have a look at some of the most iconic moments in the Premier League history. Here are the 15 most iconic moments in the Premier league history; 15. Bust-up between teammates – Kieron Dyer and Lee Bowyer ( April 2, 2005 ) Teammates Kieron Dyer and Lee Bowyer took their frustrations out on each other in front of 50,000 plus fans at
EPL Footballers Who Have More Than 90 Yellow Cards - See Photos Sources: Opinion When you foul an opponent on the pitch, the yellow card is given to the player by the referee as a stern warning and if the player commits another foul, he will be given a final yellow card equalling a red card and the player will be sent off the pitch. There are a couple EPL players with the highest yellow cards, they even have have more than 90. 1. Lee cattermole - 91 2. Scott parker - 92 3. Paul Scholes - 99 4. Kevin
2003/04: The relegation It all went wrong so fast. Just three years after reaching the semi-finals of the Champions League - with a side containing the likes of Rio Ferdinand, Harry Kewell, Jonathan Woodgate, Lee Bowyer, Mark Viduka and Alan Smith - Leeds United were relegated from of the Premier League. A financial gamble by the club's owners had backfired and a firesale commenced. They had just about stayed up the season before but couldn't repeat the trick again. After 14 years in the top flight, and a title