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Senderos left out of final Switzerland squad for Euro 2016

Philippe Senderos has been left out of the final Switzerland squad for Euro 2016. The former Arsenal and AC Milan centre-back, who has spent much of the past season back in his homeland with Grasshopper Zurich, delivered an unconvincing display during the 2-1 friendly defeat to Belgium. Head coach Vladimir Petkovic has opted to leave the 31-year-old out of his final squad to take to France, despite concerns over the centre-back positions, with Norwich City’s Timm Klose out injured and Johan Djourou having been battling an illness.

Transfer gossip: Magpies could move for McCormack, Mail say

A round-up of the latest transfer speculation involving the area’s Championship clubs… Newcastle boss Rafael Benitez will consider a move for Ross McCormack, the Daily Mail claim. Aston Villa and Norwich are also said to be interested in the Fulham striker, who scored 23 goals last season. Relegated Newcastle believe McCormack could play a key […] The post Transfer gossip: Magpies could move for McCormack, Mail say appeared first on West London Sport.

Villa linked with possible Ayew replacement?

Aston Villa have been linked with a Championship striker, and he could be a replacement for Jordan Ayew. It has been reported in a couple of places this week that Aston Villa, alongside Newcastle United and Norwich City are in the running for Fulham striker Ross McCormack. McCormack, who signed for fellow Championship side Fulham in a mouthwatering £11M deal two summers ago has set the division alight since joining the London club, scoring 38 goals in two seasons.

Study shows Swansea City have banked £325 million in prize…

SWANSEA City have banked almost £325 million in prize money since they won promotion to the Premier League.The staggering amount puts Swansea 19th in the all-time prize money table.A new study reveals they have won £77 million more than Leicester City, last season’s shock Premier League champions.READ MORE: Swansea City boss Francesco Guidolin hopes Andre Ayew will stay – to play central roleSwansea are also ahead of the likes of Crystal Palace, Hull and Norwich, all of whom have…

Ed Balls insists Norwich will look to keep their best players this summer

England Under-21s winger Redmond is one of the Canaries’ most coveted talents and there has been speculation of a switch away from Carrow Road following the club’s relegation to the Sky Bet Championship.Balls told Norwich-based The Pink’un: “Nathan is showing his stuff out in the Under-21s (Toulon Tournament) at the moment, scored a great goal last night and I think everybody at the football club wants to keep all of our players – and our best players – with us into the Championship next season.”As.

West Ham battle Stoke for £8m bargain

West Ham United are keen on Norwich City winger Nathan Redmond and can sign the star for around £8 million according to The Sun, but face competition for the star’s signature from Stoke City. The Canaries were relegated in 2015-16 and the England under-21 attacker is widely expected to leave Carrow Road and sign for

‘Iron Tulip’ Van Gaal wilts in Man Utd spotlight

London (AFP) – The realisation that Louis van Gaal was not the manager Manchester United had hoped for seemed to dawn on him at roughly the same time as it did the club’s supporters. Defending his record after a 2-1 home defeat by Norwich City back in December that exposed him to the full venom of Old Trafford, he said: “I am — or maybe I have to say now, was — a very successful manager.” The mid-sentence adjustment contained a telling admission.

Saido Berahino and Nathan Redmond Stoke bound?

John Percy over at the ‘Daily Telegraph’ has an interesting story on the possibility of West Brom’s Saido Berahino and Norwich’s Nathan Redmond joining Stoke this summer. Apparently manager Mark Hughes is after more British based players and these two seemingly top the wishlist. The same article also mentions the club want to tie Ryan […]

Paul Lambert warns rival as they fight for Celtic job

Former Norwich City and Aston Villa manager Paul Lambert has warned Brendan Rodgers not to underestimate the size of the task if he takes over from Ronny Deila as manager at Celtic Park. Celtic majority shareholder Dermot Desmond has confirmed to the BBC that the club have talked to “in excess of six” candidates for the […]

Howard: Next Everton manager ‘sitting on a goldmine’

Goalie’s last comments before leaving the Blues Former Everton goalkeeper Tim Howard spoke about the bright future ahead for the Toffees youngsters before he left for the Colorado Rapids in the USA. Howard had a sentimental farewell in the Blues’ last home game of the season against Norwich City (here, here, and here, and all put together here) finishing his Everton career with another clean sheet. The American spoke about the future of Everton on a day when there were youngsters all over the pitch in Blue – “The guy who comes in and manages this team is sitting on a goldmine

Swansea City gossip: England star Andros Townsend one of three…

SWANSEA City are being linked with moves for three Championship wingers.Reports claim Norwich wideman Nathan Redmond is a target, while Queens Park Rangers’ Junor Hoilett and England international Andros Townsend are also said be in their sights.There have long been suggestions of interest in Townsend, who moved from Spurs to Newcastle for £12 million in January.READ MORE: Former Swansea City boss Brendan Rodgers holds talks over taking charge at CelticDespite Newcastle’s Premier League…

Mutch More Football For Jordon At Norwich?

Mutch More Football For Jordon At Norwich?Vitalfootball: Crystal Palace: 18/05/2016 09:48:00Norwich are being linked with a move for the former Cardiff and QPR winger with Mutch 'on the radar' of Neil, who is looking to add players to the squad after Premier League relegation.

As West Ham say goodbye to 112 years at Upton Park, here are the stories behind 5 other clubs who re-located from their original homes

Clubs moving home is not a new phenomenon, but since the combination of foreign ownership, the Taylor report and a commercial need for clubs to progress, the vast majority of clubs in English football now play in new grounds away from their traditional homes. My own club Norwich, for example, re-located to Carrow Road in 1935 …