Thursday, 4 September 2014

Tino's Toon offer

Tino Asprilla (l): Offered to help his former side Former striker Tino Asprilla has offered his services to Newcastle, while Jay Spearing is being investigated by Bolton after a trip to Ibiza.
  • Wayne Rooney admits England must improve in all areas if they want to get their Euro 2016 qualifying campaign off to a good start in Switzerland on Monday.
  • England's soggy display against Norway proved a turn-off to television viewers with audience figures showing almost four million more people chose to watch the Great British Bake-Off than Roy Hodgson's men labour to victory.
  • Fulham boss Felix Magath admits he could lose his battle to keep Patrick Roberts if a Champions League club make a bid for him.
  • Harry Redknapp has accused some of England's players of not caring about the team.
  • Joel Campbell's agent has vented his frustration after Arsene Wenger chose to keep the winger at Emirates Stadium.
  • Argentina boss Gerardo Martino described Manchester United new boy Angel Di Maria as one of the top five players in the world.
  • Pablo Zabaleta limped out of Argentina's friendly win in Germany in a worrying development for Manchester City fans.
  • Unwanted duo Scott Sinclair and Matija Nastasic have been included in Manchester City's Premier League squad, along with John Guidetti.
  • Kolo Toure believes he will be given the chance to impress Liverpool manager Brendan Rodgers this season despite sliding down the pecking order.
  • Everton legend Graeme Sharp has praised the aerial ability of forward Steven Naismith.
  • Newcastle owner Mike Ashley has bought the rights to rename Rangers' Ibrox Stadium for just £1.
  • Tino Asprilla has offered Alan Pardew the opportunity to add him to the Newcastle backroom team as "striker coach".
  • Newcastle are ready to circulate Jonas Gutierrez's name when the Football League loan window opens next week.
  • Resolving the future of Connor Wickham is now at the top of Lee Congerton's Sunderland to-do list.
  • Soccer Management Worldwide still hoping to strike a deal to buy Birmingham.
  • Kieran Richardson is enjoying working under Roy Keane again at Aston Villa after admitting that the Irishman saved his career from spiralling out of control.
  • Wolves manager Kenny Jackett says an emotional return to Watford was never on the cards.
  • Despite overseeing one of the more successful transfer windows for West Brom, Jeremy Peace has called for the deadline to be brought forward to the start of the season.
  • England Under-21 boss Gareth Southgate has backed West Brom coach Alan Irvine to bring the best out of Saido Berahino.
  • Kenny Jackett insists he is at Wolves for the long haul as he was nominated for Championship Manager of the Month.
  • Midfielder Graham Dorrans has given West Brom another injury scare ahead of their Premier League game at home to Everton.
  • Stoke's Oussama Assaidi says he is ready to be eased straight into Mark Hughes's first-team plans after recovering from back-to-back serious knee injuries.
  • Tim Sherwood believes Tottenham's failure to sign another striker during the transfer window could cost them a top-four finish.
  • West Ham fans have clubbed together to pay a fine given to a pitch invader who took a free kick during the team's clash with Tottenham last month.
  • Fulham defender Tim Hoogland has told supporters to trust Felix Magath's judgment in the market.
  • Fernando Torres knew the writing was on the wall for him at Chelsea the moment Diego Costa arrived at Stamford Bridge.
  • Gylfi Sigurdsson is urging Swansea City to keep up the pace after their flying start to the new Premier League season.
  • Danny Gabbidon has been called into the Wales squad for Tuesday's Euro 2016 qualifier against Andorra after Sam Ricketts withdrew through injury.
  • Joe Allen has admitted it is no surprise to see Swansea flying high under Garry Monk
  • Stoke goalkeeper Asmir Begovic's remarkable long-range goal against Southampton last season has earned a place in the Guinness World Records book.
  • Southampton spent almost as much money in the latest transfer window as they did in the previous four combined - yet the club still turned a profit in the market this summer.
  • Hull defender Alex Bruce has withdrawn from the Northern Ireland squad to face Hungary on Sunday, with his wife due to give birth to their second child.
  • Casper Sloth looks "as bright as a button" will be a real asset to Leeds, says Neil Redfearn
  • Esteban Cambiasso is already having an impact at Leicester, midfielder Danny Drinkwater has revealed.
  • Burnley manager Sean Dyche has been reassured that he will have money to strengthen his squad in January.
  • New Blackburn goalkeeper Jason Steele admits the chance to compete with and train alongside his childhood hero Paul Robinson was too good to turn down.
  • Bolton have launched an internal investigation after photos of captain Jay Spearing on holiday in Ibiza emerged on social networking sites.
  • Reports in the US suggest former Wanderers skipper Zat Knight is speaking with MLS side Colorado Rapids.
  • Celtic and Scotland keeper Craig Gordon is bracing himself for what could be the most testing month of his career.
  • Virgil van Dijk is on course to make his international debut - despite having to leave Holland's training base for the birth of his first daughter.
  • Celtic are expecting to learn the fate of an appeal to sanction the loan signing of John Guidetti from Manchester City.
  • Rangers defender Darren McGregor insists he is happy to keep playing at right-back but sees his future with the club at centre-half.
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