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• Wigan Athletic striker Grigg selected ahead of Ross County’s Liam Boyce• Ben Reeves, Michael Smith, Billy McKay and Daniel Lafferty omitted from 23Michael O’Neill described the …
• Michael O’Neill names full 23-man squad for France 2016• Grigg rewarded for firing Wigan to League One titleWill Grigg’s place in Northern Ireland’s 23-man Euro 2016 squad …
Graham Could Still Make Blackburn MoveVitalfootball: Blackburn: 27/05/2016 20:00:01Wigan, Birmingham & Preston are all being linked with Graham; Celtic could also make a move for the Sunderland striker who will leave the Stadium of Light on a free transfer.
Liverpool are ramping up the PR mission ahead of our pre-season fixtures in July, and have interviewed captain Jordan Henderson about the matches starting July, via the official website. We’re playing four games on home soil against Wigan, Huddersfield, Fleetwood Town and Tranmere at the beginning of July, before embarking on a tour to America where […] The post Jordan Henderson waxes lyrical about former team-mate; can’t wait for pre-season clash appeared first on The Empire of The Kop.
Before Jurgen Klopp’s Liverpool squad heads across the pond to embark on our glamorous International Friendly Cup ties this summer, we’ll compete in four friendlies closer to home. The official website stated today that we’ll face Tranmere Rovers, Fleetwood Town, Wigan Athletic and Huddersfield Town at the beginning of July, getting geared up for the games […] The post Four new pre-season friendlies announced; Liverpool to embark on mini tour of England appeared first on The Empire of The Kop.
Former Burnley, Bolton and Wigan boss Owen Coyle leaves his role as manager of Houston Dynamo by mutual consent.
The behaviour of Hibs supporters restricted their team’s post-match celebrations at Hampden on Saturday but nothing could spoil the sense of occasion as they savoured the moment at the national stadium.
Aberdeen have been linked with a move for former Kilmarnock striker Conor Sammon. The 29-year-old’s has had a difficult time at Derby County and he is not thought to have a future at the club. Sammon hit 18 goals for Kilmarnock during the 2010/11 season, which saw him land a £600,000 move to Wigan before he joined…
FRASER FYVIE, the Hibernian midfielder, vividly recalls going from the heady high of lifting the FA Cup to the devastating low of relegation from the Barclay’s Premier League as a Wigan Athletic player.
Wigan’s Will Grigg and Liam Boyce of Ross County are in N Ireland’s squad for the friendly against Belarus.
The Spaniard had gambled on FA Cup triumph instead of League form and has paid the price Sacked on Friday 13th with the club in 12th place and just one win in last ten league games (now 11th after an end of season win over relegated Norwich) is nowhere near good enough with some of the talent at the club. Everton will try and recruit a new manager with the offer of a club record transfer kittyAccording to the Telegraph they have made Southampton’s Dutch manager Ronald Koeman their number one target to replace sacked boss Roberto Martinez. Frank de Boer, another Dutchman, could be an alternative after the 45-year-old quit as Ajax manager on ThursdayMany pundits and journalists have made unfavourable comparisons with his Wigan Athletic team, who won the FA Cup b.
When in doubt, cite extenuating factors. Latics might have lost against Barnsley, but the title was already secured a full eight days prior. And there might be background noise in this episode of the All Gone Latics Media Podcast, but we did record it outside a busy Manchester pub on Monday lunchtime.
Today, it is 3 weeks since we woke up to find snow on the ground in April. This wouldn’t necessarily have been a problem if it wasn’t the very same day a group of 14 of us were cycling from the DW Stadium to Bloomfield Road, the day before Wigan Athletic were to (unofficially) win the league against Blackpool – all in aid of raising funds for Joseph’s Goal.
Despite a successful first season at Goodison, the Spaniard’s tactical failings gradually alienated Everton fans and by the end of his three-year reign he appeared to lose …
Eh? What was that yer said theer, lad? I can’t hear a ruddy thing – me ears are still ringin’ after I stood reet in front o’ that loudspeaker durin’ t’presentation ceremony on Sunday
London (AFP) – Everton have sacked manager Roberto Martinez, the Premier League club announced on Thursday, confirming widespread reports in the British media. In place since joining from Wigan Athletic in 2013, the 42-year-old Spaniard paid the price for a run of one win in 10 league games and an FA Cup semi-final defeat at the hands of Manchester United. “Everton Football Club regrets to announce that Roberto Martinez has left his position as first team manager with immediate effect,” the club announced in a statement on their website.