Sun, 03 May, 2020
As he contemplates a season in the Championship with newly promoted MK Dons — the club at which he is increasingly forging a coaching role — Keith Andrews insists he is not bitter about the abrupt manner in which his international career with Ireland dried up soon after the Euro 2012 finals.
Fri, 08 May, 2015
Today will see the official unveiling of our new manager Martin O’Neill but, inevitably, much of the hype surrounding his appointment has been devoted to his surprise decision to have Roy Keane as his assistant manager.
Sat, 09 Nov, 2013
No matter what Wayne Rooney’s people say about him not asking for a transfer, no matter what Manchester United say about Rooney not being for sale (and driving down his price), his team-mates have thought that he’s been leaving since April.
Thu, 18 Jul, 2013
Alex Ferguson will retire as Manchester United manager at the end of the season and become a director and club ambassador. He has faced some tough tests at Old Trafford since taking the job in 1986, so here are the toughest…
Wed, 08 May, 2013
As I sat on my sofa on Tuesday evening for the much hyped and eagerly anticipated second leg between Manchester United and Real Madrid, I spotted a very familiar face as Nemanja Vidic and Sergio Ramos met in the centre circle for the traditional coin toss — it was none other than my good friend, Cuneyt Cakir, the referee who sent me off in the final few minutes of our match against Italy in Poznan at Euro 2012.
Sat, 09 Mar, 2013
Grass isn’t always greener — you hear this saying quite a lot in the football world and, in the case of Wolverhampton Wanderers, it’s probably something that has run through the owners’ mind a gazillion times since their decision to relieve Mick McCarthy of his very successful tenure as the manager in February of last year — especially when they are now a further three managers down the line and, going into last night’s game against Watford, in the bottom three of the Championship.
Sat, 02 Mar, 2013