Freddie Ljungberg joins Seattle Sounders

By | Oct 29, 2008

Those who watched the Premiership a few years ago could find some similarities between Sweden’s Freddie Ljungberg and England’s David Beckham. Both have short hair, play in midfield, and have captained their national sides. Both have been male underwear models- Beckham has posed for Emporio Armani while Ljungberg has modelled for Calvin Klein. And now, […]

Wolves 2-1 Swansea – Championship

By | Oct 29, 2008

A brace from Sylvan Ebanks-Blake was enough for Mick McCarthy’s Wolverhampton Wanderers to beat Swansea 2-1 at Molineux on Wednesday night. The result, coupled with 10 man Queens Park Rangers’ astonishing 1-0 win over Birmingham City, ensures that Wolves are back on top of the Championship. With Richard Stearman turning up late, McCarthy had to […]

Tony Adams is new Portsmouth manager

By | Oct 29, 2008

Days after the departure of Harry Redknapp to White Hart Lane, Portsmouth have appointed former Arsenal centre half Tony Adams as their new manager. Adams’s first game in charge of the South Coast club will be against league leaders Liverpool on Wednesday night. Adams has formerly managed Wycombe Wanderers and was assistant manager at Portsmouth […]

QPR sack Iain Dowie

By | Oct 25, 2008

After a little over five months of being in charge of Queens Park Rangers, Iain Dowie has been shown the door by the London club. Dowie, who replaced Italian Luigi De Canio in May, leaves Loftus Road with a record of eight wins, three draws and four losses in his fifteen games. He had signed […]

Norwich City 5-2 Wolves- Leroy Lita scores hat trick

By | Oct 22, 2008

Former Reading striker Leroy Lita grabbed a hat trick as Glenn Roeder’s Norwich City beat Wolverhampton Wanderers 5-2 at home. The result, Wolves’ third defeat in their last four games, sees Mick McCarthy’s side conceding their top spot in the Championship table to Birmingham City, who beat Crystal Palace thanks to a late goal from […]

Newcastle United 2-2 Manchester City

By | Oct 21, 2008

A late equaliser from Stephen Ireland broke Newcastle hearts as Manchester City escaped with a 2-2 draw at St.James Park. Newcastle, playing without influential striker Michael Owen, received an early setback when defender Habib Beye was sent off in the 12th minute for a challenge on Robinho by referee Rob Styles. The former Real Madrid […]

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