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Jermain Defoe has backed Sunderland manager Sam Allardyce for the now-vacant England manager role. Roy Hodgson resigned from the position after England’s 2-1 round-of-16 loss to Iceland. The former England international, who plays under Allardyce at Sunderland, said he has found a new appreciation for the former Bolton, Newcastle United and West Ham manager.
Follow @DanPriceMX on Twitter Liverpool have emerged as the bookmakers’ favourite to sign want-away Dortmund centre-back, Neven Subotic. According to the Daily Express, we’ve now overtaken both Sunderland and Stoke City in the race to secure his signature. The 27-year-old defender found opportunities at Dortmund hard to come by last season after a series of injuries, and he […] The post Liverpool emerge as bookies’ favourites to sign Dortmund centre-back appeared first on The Empire of The Kop.
West Ham United fans in the Football Transfer Tavern are worried that Marseille striker and Slavan Bilic top target, Michy Batshuayi, will be heading towards the wrong end of London this summer, as Crystal Palace have reportedly agreed a fee with the French club over the youngsters services. Now, The Express has some news that may […]
Ex-Aston Villa striker Stan Collymore has made fun of former Newcastle United manager Steve McClaren on social media website Twitter. England endured one Related Posts:Alan Shearer has spat with Sunderland fan on TwitterNewcastle star left out of England squadRumour: Rafa Benitez expected to take over as Newcastle bossSteve McClaren has left the building!Don’t look now!
This is turning into one of the great modern stories: how a plucky little nation, scorned by the rest of Europe, lost to Iceland in Euro 16. — George Caulkin (@CaulkinTheTimes) June 27, 2016 Bravo George Caulkin, self-described ‘chronicler of misery for The Times (North East football, mainly)’, for that clever piece of gallows humour […]
The Ladies registered a very professional victory over a poor Sunderland side by five goals to one; the Black Cats looked like the ghost of the side that was challenging for a Champions League place for most of last season.
It’s been a few years since I’ve done a timely review of Deloitte’s “Money League”, which usually comes out in January or February (it was January this year). But when there’s a battle to be fought there’s not much room, time or inclination to give some thought to a little piece of meaningless self-publicity, which […]
LEAGUE POSITION: 2nd (WSL1)FIXTURES: A v Sunderland (Wednesday), A v London Bees (Saturday)NEXT HOME GAME: 10th July v Birmingham CityHEADLINESSunderland and London Bees PreviewsLoan Watch / Weekend RoundupMixed International Results for BluesDevelopment Squad Makes SigningsAfter a lengthy international and maintenance break, Chelsea Ladies are finally back in action this week, travelling up to Sunderland for a(nother) poorly-planned midweek tie, before kicking-off their Continental Cup (league cup) campaign at London Bees on Saturday. The first game is must-win in the title race, while the second is a straight knockout match, with the winner going through to the quarter-finals.The Sunderland match will be a repeat of the tie that closed the first half of the season, a 2-1 result flattering the Black Cats, who faced no fewer than 30 shots from the Blues frontline. Despite the underachieving attack, the three points came at an important time for Chelsea following defeats against rivals Arsenal and Manchester City.Chelsea need to make up ground after losing 2-0 to City in MaySunderland are still winless in the league, and, while Beth Mead isn’t getting the service she needs to reach her goalscoring heights of last season, the main problem for the Black Cats is at the other end of the field
The Sunderland and Stoke fans who are competing against each other in a pool tournament in The Transfer Tavern this evening are discussing reports concerning a transfer target of both sides. As reported by the Metro is reporting that the Premier League duo look set to battle it out to secure the services of Nevan Subotic,
by Andrew Crawshaw My prediction for the starting line-up of the team wasn’t right. The actual line-up was GK – Sari Van Veenendaal Right Back and Captain Alex Scott Centre Backs – Emma Mitchell and Farah Williams Left Back Casey Stoney Midfield – Vicky Losada, Natalia Pablos Sanchon and Marta Corredera Attack – Gemma Rose,