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Injury-hit Swindon dealt further blow as Brett Pitman misses Sunderland clash

Posted Thursday, October 15, 2020 by PA27 hits

Brett Pitman is the latest addition to Swindon’s mounting injury list ahead of the Sky Bet League One visit of Sunderland.The former Bournemouth and Portsmouth striker has suffered a groin injury and faces a month on the sidelines.Town are still without Jordan Lyden, who has a calf problem, and Paul Caddis with a hamstring injury.Ellis Iandolo and Dion Conroy are also set to miss out.Sunde...Full Story »

'Semi-finals is the minimum' - Optimistic Low sets Germany's Euro 2020 target despite failing to defeat Switzerland

Posted Wednesday, October 14, 2020 by Goal.com45 hits

The German coach set a target his team must achieve at the upcoming tournament, but acknowledged they would need significant improvement Germany boss Joachim Low has demanded his team reach the semi-finals of next year's European Championships despite struggling to a 3-3 Nations League draw at home against Switzerland. The Germans showed strong resilience to fight back from 2-0 and 3-2 defic...Full Story »

Thomas Partey has Arsenal title belief following Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang contract news

Posted Wednesday, October 14, 2020 by hits

Arsenal new signing Thomas Partey is determined to win the Premier League during his time with the club. Part god, part octopus, Thomas Partey says he is here to help Arsenal to achieve their “new objective”. The £45m midfielder from Ghana has a number of tattoos on his arm but two seem to have particular significance. One is the image of his own face. "Yes,” he explains...Full Story »

Weymouth still searching for first win and goal following defeat by Barnet

Posted Wednesday, October 14, 2020 by PA21 hits

Weymouth are still searching for their first win and goal since securing promotion to the National League following a 1-0 defeat at Barnet.The visitors, who had picked up just one point from their opening three games, created the better of the first-half chances with Shamir Mullings and Cody Cooke failing to find the target.In between, Barnet’s Ephron Mason-Clark had a shot saved by Jack B...Full Story »

Ian Holloway delighted as Grimsby youngsters shine in win over Cheltenham

Posted Wednesday, October 14, 2020 by PA17 hits

Youngsters James Tilley, Montel Gibson and Owura Edwards starred for Grimsby in their 3-1 defeat of Cheltenham, earning themselves the praise of manager Ian Holloway.Tilley and Edwards were on target for the visitors while Gibson created a number of chances to add his name to the scoresheet in his first start for the club.The Grimsby boss said: “We have miles to go yet but we thoroughly de...Full Story »

Naby Keita tests positive for coronavirus as Liverpool suffer yet another Covid-19 blow

Posted Monday, October 12, 2020 by hits

Naby Keita is the latest Liverpool player to return a positive coronavirus test. The Reds midfielder picked up the virus while on international duty and is the third player from the squad to test positive in quick succession. Keita's positive test follows on from Thiago Alcantara and Sadio Mane, who both picked up the virus. On top of the tests, Liverpool are also without goalkeeper Alisson t...Full Story »

Stephen Kenny praises Ireland’s mettle in Wales draw following late withdrawals

Posted Monday, October 12, 2020 by PA30 hits

Stephen Kenny praised his players’ mettle after the Republic of Ireland squad was stripped of five members on the eve of their Nations League clash against Wales due to coronavirus issues.The manager endured a pre-breakfast scramble to replace those ruled out and suffered a further blow when Stoke winger James McClean was sent off late on at the Aviva Stadium.He is still awaiting his first...Full Story »

Ian Holloway expresses concern for lower league football due to restrictions

Posted Sunday, October 11, 2020 by PA20 hits

Ian Holloway was ecstatic after Grimsby returned to action from a period of self-isolation with a hard-fought 0-0 draw at Bolton but expressed concern for the game at the lower levels due to the ongoing Covid-19 crisis.The Mariners had not played since September 19, missing three matches following a positive test for Jock Curran.Despite minimum preparation, Grimsby collected a first point of the...Full Story »

Exeter equaliser ‘a bitter pill to swallow’ as Southend’s wait for a win goes on

Posted Sunday, October 11, 2020 by PA16 hits

Southend manager Mark Molesley was keen to remain upbeat after a stoppage-time Exeter equaliser denied him a first win in charge.The Shrimpers appeared set to be breaking their season duck when a penalty from Jason Demetriou put them back in front after 65 minutes at Roots Hall.But an equaliser five minutes into added time from Alex Fisher earned the visitors a 2-2 draw and left Molesley hurting...Full Story »

Ryan Lowe hails ‘superb’ Plymouth response to Hull defeat

Posted Sunday, October 11, 2020 by PA19 hits

Delighted Plymouth boss Ryan Lowe described his side’s reaction to their defeat at Hull as “spot on” as Argyle claimed a 2-0 victory over Burton at a windswept Home Park.Argyle saw their unbeaten start to the League One season come to an end with last weekend’s 1-0 loss at the KCOM Stadium, but they got back on track with a three-point haul on Saturday.Wales Under-21 stri...Full Story »

‘Allows us to play different formations’ – Arteta on Partey’s importance to Arsenal

Posted Friday, October 09, 2020 by Caughtoffside.com56 hits

After what seemed to be almost the entire summer transfer window spent tracking Thomas Partey, Arsenal finally got their man on deadline day. The Ghanaian has moved from Atletico Madrid after the north Londoners finally agreed to pay his buyout clause of £45m, meaning that they didn’t have to negotiate the sale with the Rojiblancos and could go straight to the player and his repres...Full Story »

Scotland have an eye on history following Euro 2020 play-off win over Israel

Posted Friday, October 09, 2020 by PA26 hits

Steve Clarke’s bid to make history with Scotland is still on after his side beat Israel in a dramatic Euro 2020 play-off semi-final penalty shoot-out at Hampden Park.After 120 goalless minutes, John McGinn scored the first from the spot before Scotland keeper David Marshall saved a shot from Eran Zahavi.Callum McGregor, Scott McTominay and Lawrence Shankland all scored, as did Nir Bit...Full Story »

Jack Ross lavishes praise on midfielder Stevie Mallan following cup victory

Posted Thursday, October 08, 2020 by PA27 hits

Hibernian head coach Jack Ross lavished praise on Stevie Mallan after the mercurial midfielder grasped his long-awaited opportunity to shine against Brora Rangers.The 24-year-old has endured a frustrating campaign after slipping down the pecking order at Easter Road, making just five substitute appearances prior to his man-of-the-match showing in the Betfred Cup.Mallan marked his first start of ...Full Story »

Hamilton boss Brian Rice ’embarrassed’ following Annan defeat

Posted Wednesday, October 07, 2020 by PA25 hits

Hamilton head coach Brian Rice was “embarrassed and raging” following their Betfred Cup defeat to Annan.League Two outfit Annan secured their third cup shock over Premiership Hamilton at Galabank with a 3-1 success in their opening group game.Annan blew Hamilton away with three goals in 11 first-half minutes. Captain Steven Swinglehurst opening the scoring inside 31 minutes followed ...Full Story »

Transfer news and rumours LIVE: Man Utd reach out to Pochettino following Spurs thrashing

Posted Tuesday, October 06, 2020 by Goal.com189 hits

Valencia boss Gracia prepared to quitValencia boss Javi Gracia is ready to quit after the club failed to support him in the transfer market. According to El Larguero, Gracia feels that the club did not hold up their end of the bargain in the market. Valencia have sold several key players this summer, including Dani Parejo, Rodrigo and Francis Coquelin. Barcelona miss out on GarciaBarcelona ...Full Story »

Cristiano Ronaldo Blows Fans Away With 'Gravity-Defying' Leap For Stunning Goal Against Roma

Posted Monday, September 28, 2020 by thesportbible.com117 hits

Cristiano Ronaldo has once again stunned fans with his unbelievable heading ability as he pulled back an all-important equaliser for Juventus against Roma. Roma welcomed the defending Italian champions to the Stadio Olimpico on Sunday and opened the scoring through Jordan Veretout in the first half. Ronaldo pulled one back for Juventus from the spot-kick before Veretout completed his brace t...Full Story »

Newport striker Tristan Abrahams earns manager’s plaudits as Bolton sink lower

Posted Sunday, September 27, 2020 by PA20 hits

Newport boss Michael Flynn praised in-form marksman Tristan Abrahams as County’s 2-0 Sky Bet League Two victory confirmed Bolton’s lowest position in the club’s history.Wanderers manager Ian Evatt, meanwhile, was left wondering how his side can “look like Real Madrid in training” but then become like a “bag of Revels” from one match to the next.Abrahams ...Full Story »

Plymouth manager Ryan Lowe pleased to extend unbeaten start against Shrewsbury

Posted Sunday, September 27, 2020 by PA19 hits

Plymouth boss Ryan Lowe was relatively happy with his promoted side’s start to Sky Bet League One following a 1-1 comeback draw at home to Shrewsbury.Conor Grant’s superb curling 29th-minute strike cancelled out Josh Vela’s thumping 14th-minute opener as the home side extended their unbeaten league start to three matches.Lowe said: “Look I always want to take three points...Full Story »

Tranmere boss Mike Jackson bemoans late disallowed goal as Rovers remain winless

Posted Sunday, September 27, 2020 by PA17 hits

Tranmere boss Mike Jackson bemoaned the offside decision that cost his side a potential late winner at League Two leaders Cambridge.The game ended goalless after James Vaughan saw a goal disallowed in the closing stages, with the assistant referee raising his flag some time after the ball went in.The result leaves Cambridge unbeaten and still top of the table after three games, while Tranmere re...Full Story »

Burnley set for Dale Stephens signing but suffer Jay Rodriguez blow at Millwall

Posted Thursday, September 24, 2020 by PA36 hits

Burnley boss Sean Dyche provided mixed news after Wednesday’s Carabao Cup success over Millwall, with Brighton midfielder Dale Stephens close to joining the club but forward Jay Rodriguez a doubt for the weekend clash at home to Southampton.A 30-yard thunderbolt from Josh Brownhill set the Clarets on their way to a 2-0 win at the Sky Bet Championship outfit before Matej Vydra wrapped up th...Full Story »

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