Found December 08, 2011 on Soccer News:
Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has criticised the FA after their appeal to reduce Wayne Rooney’s Euro 2012 suspension was successful....

Wayne Rooney Lodges Successful Appeal to UEFA, Ban Reduced to Two Games

Wayne Rooney looks set to join England's traveling party for next summer's European Championships. The Manchester United and England star was successful in his appeal of a three-game suspension, according to "The UEFA Appeals Body has reduced a suspension imposed on England striker Wayne Rooney at a hearing in Nyon," a statement by European soccer'...

UEFA agree to reduce Rooney ban

On Thursday, UEFA's three-man appeals panel reduced his original three-match ban imposed for his red card against Montenegro. A UEFA spokesman confirmed that the ban for the third match will be suspended for four years - and will only kick in if he is sent off in another European match. Rooney has also agreed to do some coaching in the community, said the spokesman. Rooney and...

Liverpool Boss Dalglish Hints At Another Shelvey Loan

Liverpool Blackpool Kenny DalglishLiverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has indicated that Jonjo Shelvey may go out on loan again following his spell with more

Eight games without a goal and Chicharito sidelined - now's the time for Wayne Rooney to save his and Manchester United's season (

Champions League elimination was followed by Euro 2012 jubilation in a roller coaster week for the 26-year-old, but his attentions must turn to the pitch with his side needing goals

UEFA reduces Rooney's Euro 2012 ban by game

Wayne Rooney was cleared to play in England's final group match at next year's European Championship following UEFA's decision Thursday to reduce his three-match ban to two.

Dalglish anger at Suarez Treatment

Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has defended his striker Luis Suarez, as he believes the Uruguayan is being victimised not only by the opposition, but as a result then fans and The FA as well. Dalglish has already this season been vociferous in denying charges of racism and more recently of a hand gesture to the Fulham supporters against Suarez. The Daily Mirror reports that Dalglish...

Ferguson: Careless Man Utd Let Ourselves Down Badly

Manchester United Sir Alex Ferguson Wayne RooneyManchester United boss Sir Alex Ferguson admits they were “careless” for their Champions League elimination by FC more

Rooney and van Persie must bring their A-game as focus turns to EPL

With Arsenal safely through to the next round of the Champions League and Manchester United dumped into the Europa League, Arsene Wenger and Sir Alex Ferguson can, albeit with varying relish, turn their attention fully to the Premier League. For either the Gunners or the Red Devils to overhaul Manchester City at the top of the table, they will need their respective main men - Robin...

Dalglish gives Suarez his full support

Liverpool boss Kenny Dalglish says Luis Suarez will receive the full support of the club as he faces another misconduct...

UEFA reduce Rooney ban

England star Wayne Rooney is free to play the final game of the Euro 2012 group stages after having his...

Wayne Rooney’s Ban Cut to Two Games; Patrice Evra Embarassed by Demotion

UEFA has cut Wayne Rooney’s suspension to two games, making him eligible to play in England’s final Euro 2012 group match...

England striker Wayne Rooney has Euro 2012 ban cut by one game to two matches following successful appeal (

The Manchester United striker is now set to feature in his side's final group stage fixture against Ukraine but the sanction could be reinstated for further offenses.

Liverpool eye £17m Lucas replacement

Liverpool are looking to bring in a replacement for the injured Lucas Leiva and Porto midfielder Fernando Reges tops the list, according to The Daily Mail. Lucas has been ruled out until the end of the season with a knee injury suffered in the Carling Cup quarter-final with Chelsea. The Brazilian is an integral part of the Liverpool midfield and Reds boss Kenny Dalglish is eager...

Blackburn Club Focus - Rovers need to find goal-scorers other than Yakubu

When Blackburn Rovers travel to the Stadium of Light this Sunday, under-pressure manager Steve Kean will once again be relying on in-form striker Yakubu to fire his side to another three vital points. Last weekend, the well-travelled 29-year-old became the first player to score four goals in a single Premier League game for the Lancashire outfit. That took his tally for the season...
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