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Ronaldo: Red Devils return possible

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by PA

Cristiano Ronaldo may play for Manchester United again one day, saying: "Maybe in the future I could return."The 25-year-old departed for Real Madrid in a world record £80million deal last summer after six seasons at Old Trafford, which yielded three Barclays Premier League titles, a Champions League crown and numerous other team and personal honours. The move was long mooted, with Ronaldo's des...Full Story »

It's a good time to meet Milan - Ferguson

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by PA

Sir Alex Ferguson believes AC Milan are a different proposition since the departure of Kaka and is in buoyant mood as his Manchester United side prepare to travel to the San Siro.Kaka moved to Real Madrid last summer, joining former United forward Cristiano Ronaldo at the Bernabeu. United lost 3-0 in their last contest with the Rossoneri at the San Siro as Kaka inspired the hosts to a semi-final...Full Story »

Gold: Portsmouth cannot fold

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by PA

West Ham's co-owner David Gold has claimed the Premier League "must take responsibility" and ensure Portsmouth do not go out of business.Portsmouth were on Wednesday granted extra time to fight a winding-up petition from Her Majesty's Revenue and Customs.Gold said in the Mail on Sunday: "Anything that impacts on the integrity of the Premier League has to be addressed and if a club go bust, all t...Full Story »

Eriksson reveals job opportunity in England

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by PA

Sven-Goran Eriksson claims an agent has contacted him about a new job opportunity in England since his departure from Notts County.The former England boss left County on Thursday after a takeover by former Lincoln chairman Ray Trew heralded a new era of parsimony at Meadow Lane. Months of heavy spending had followed a summer buyout by the Munto Finance consortium, before the funds dried up.Asked...Full Story »

McDermott: I thought we'd won it

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by PA

Reading manager Brian McDermott thought his side had booked a place in the FA Cup quarter-finals and was rocked by West Brom's late equaliser in a gripping 2-2 draw at the Madejski Stadium. McDermott's side took the lead with one of the fastest goals in the competition's history when Jimmy Kebe scored after nine seconds, however Robert Koren soon equalised for Albion. Simon Church looked to have...Full Story »

McLeish sticks up for Hart

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by PA

Birmingham boss Alex McLeish praised the character of goalkeeper Joe Hart as he recovered from a crucial error to help his side reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup via a last-gasp win at Derby. Hart was at fault when Derby defender James McEveley gave the Rams the lead after the break, but Blues responded with goals from Scott Dann and, in injury time, Liam Ridgewell to seal their place in th...Full Story »

No concerns over Cole form - Wilkins

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by PA

Chelsea assistant manager Ray Wilkins insists Chelsea are happy with Joe Cole's form after the England international was taken off at half-time during their 4-1 FA Cup fifth-round win over Cardiff. Wilkins revealed that Cole's removal was a tactical decision by Carlo Ancelotti with Coca-Cola Championship side Cardiff holding the Blues 1-1 at the interval. The midfielder was sidelined for much of...Full Story »

Tevez granted leave as City are held

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by PA

Roberto Mancini has confirmed that Carlos Tevez will miss Tuesday's Premier League encounter with Stoke after being allowed to return to Argentina for family reasons. Tevez was missing on Saturday evening as Manchester City were held to a 1-1 draw by Tony Pulis' men in the FA Cup fifth round, and Mancini is already planning without his star striker for the midweek rematch. "I don't think Carlos ...Full Story »

Emotional Grant savours Pompey win

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by PA

Portsmouth boss Avram Grant admitted being overwhelmed by emotion when he marched onto the pitch to salute fans after the FA Cup win over rivals Southampton at the end of a week when his club nearly went out of business. Pompey defeated their neighbours 4-1 at St Mary's, pulling away with goals from Aruna Dindane, Nadir Belhadj and Jamie O'Hara after Rickie Lambert had cancelled out Quincy Owusu...Full Story »

Bayer Leverkusen 2-1 Wolfsburg: Lady Luck Strikes Twice For Hosts

Posted Sunday, February 14, 2010 by Goal.com

Leverkusen were easily the better side on the day, but required a pair of defensive errors to down Wolfsburg. Stumbling league leaders Bayer Leverkusen took to the pitch today with a strong lineup, but a depleted central midfield. Due to Arturo Vidal's suspension and Simon Rolfes' knee injury, Stefan Reinartz and Lars Bender were Jupp Heynckes' first-choice paring in the centre of the park. E...Full Story »

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