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Wolves owner Steve Morgan last night claimed Terry Connor was the man they wanted all along.
Steven Gerrard has told his Liverpool team-mates: Don't just settle for Carling Cup success.
Tom Cleverley's Euro 2012 hopes have suffered a major blow after he aggravated the ankle injury that has troubled him all year.
Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has admitted that he could have signed Gareth Bale.
Under-fire Chelsea boss Andre Villas-Boas yesterday insisted: "I'll do it my way."
Steven Gerrard is desperate for Wembley glory tomorrow, after his last League Cup final date left him "suicidal".
Robin van Persie admits it is win or bust for Arsenal at the Emirates Stadium when they face Tottenham on Sunday. Harry Redknapp reckons Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger is irreplaceable.
Wolves owner Steve Morgan hopes Terry Connor can follow in the footsteps of Jose Mourinho after promoting him to boss.
Arsene Wenger snubbed the chance to make a deadline-day swoop for Louis Saha.
West Brom may return for Sunderland midfielder Craig Gardner this summer.
Fernando Torres faces a fight to make Euro 2012 after being dropped from Spain's squad to play Venezuela next week.
Liverpool midfielder Jonjo Shelvey is poised to join Middlesbrough on loan after tomorrow's Carling Cup final.
Steven Gerrard believes winning the Carling Cup can act as a catalyst for a new era of success at Liverpool.
On the eve of a seismic north London derby, Harry Redknapp has warned those Arsenal fans calling for Arsene Wenger's dismissal to be careful what they wish for.
Andre Villas-Boas faces Bolton Wanderers today knowing that it could be his last match as Chelsea manager.
Steve Morgan has defended his decision to appoint Terry Connor as Wolverhampton Wanderers manager for the final 13 games of the season - only 11 days after insisting it was not a job for a novice.
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Wayne Rooney and Tom Cleverley have been ruled out of England's friendly against Holland on Wednesday by Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson.
Ferguson confirmed Rooney will not be available for the match due to a throat infection while also ruling out young midfielder Cleverley.
"They'll be out," he told Sky Sports News after his side's Barclays Premier...
Manchester United manager Alex Ferguson says striker Wayne Rooney and midfielder Tom Cleverley will miss England's international friendly with the Netherlands on Wednesday.
Rooney has a throat infection that has forced him out of United's last two matches while Cleverley has been struggling with an ankle injury.
When asked about the pair's availability for England,...
Tom Cleverley and Frazier Campbell have been handed maiden call-ups in Stuart Pearce’s England squad to face the Netherlands on...
Sir Alex Ferguson reveals the duo, who missed the Red Devils' hard-fought 2-1 victory over Norwich on Sunday, will not recover in time to feature for the Three Lions