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Liverpool last night axed Kenny Dalglish as boss - a month after Kop chiefs said they had total faith in him.
Swansea manager Brendan Rodgers is understood to be top of Liverpool's wanted list while Alan Pardew, Andre Villas-Boas and Roberto Martinez are also in the frame.
Rio Ferdinand admits he is absolutely "gutted" over his England axe .
Robin van Persie's Arsenal future hangs in the balance after showdown talks with Arsene Wenger.
Carlos Tevez last night launched an amazing attack on Sir Alex Ferguson - telling his former boss: "You think you're president of England."
Manchester City have made a bold move for AC Milan's £25million-rated striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic.
Manchester United will listen to offers for Nani if contract talks break down.
Michael Owen does not want to retire after being axed by Manchester United.
Rio Ferdinand believes Sir Alex Ferguson played a part in him being axed from England's Euro 2012 squad .
Liverpool's owners admitted last night they were forced to rip the heart and soul from their club in sacking Kenny Dalglish .
Robin van Persie has expressed his frustration to Arsenal and given a clear hint that he is ready to quit the club.
Samir Nasri has taunted Manchester United by claiming he was right to snub Sir Alex Ferguson's side.
Fulham boss Martin Jol is poised to win the £3.5million race for Huddersfield star Jordan Rhodes.
West Brom chief Dan Ashworth is keen on striker Mariano Pavone.
Celtic want Sunderland's Scottish keeper Craig Gordon - meaning a Newcastle return for Fraser Forster.
Peter Whittingham will have talks about his future with Cardiff next week.
Kenny Dalglish was dramatically sacked yesterday after Liverpool's owners held him responsible for the club's dismal Barclays Premier League campaign.
Rio Ferdinand last night revealed his heartache after failing to make Roy Hodgson's England squad for Euro 2012 .
Carlos Tevez last night reopened his verbal war with Sir Alex Ferguson by saying he has nothing to apologize for.
Manchester United have pulled out of a move for Wigan midfielder Mohamed Diame due to concerns over his heart condition.
Everton are considering a cut-price move for Rangers' Steven Naismith, who has a £2million release clause in his contract.
Sunderland are lining up a bid for Tottenham midfielder Steven Pienaar.
Manchester United have made moves to find out if there would be interest in Nani should his current contract negotiations collapse.
West Brom have released four first-team players, including former England defender Nicky Shorey.
Reading have signed Nottingham Forest midfielder Garath McCleary.
Roy Hodgson is prepared to throw rookie Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain on from the start at Euro 2012.
Kenny Dalglish was last night sacked as Liverpool manager after being told he just wasn't good enough.
Carlos Tevez has refused to apologize to Sir Alex Ferguson for his sick taunt at the Manchester United boss.
Japan star Shinji Kagawa has opened talks with Sir Alex Ferguson about a £12million summer move to Manchester United.
Emmanuel Adebayor says he wants to be given the chance to lead Tottenham's Champions League challenge next season.
A defiant Kenny Dalglish insisted last night that he would not swap trophy success for anything after he paid the price for Liverpool's failure to challenge for a place in the Champions League by being sacked as manager.
Liverpool have begun the search for their fourth manager in just two years after Kenny Dalglish was sacked for failing to challenge for a Champions League place.
Liverpool's American owners have made contact with Andre Villas-Boas in the past two weeks, in an attempt to establish his interest in taking over at Anfield, where Kenny Dalglish was yesterday dismissed.
England manager Roy Hodgson revealed yesterday that Michael Carrick had ruled himself out of going to the finals of Euro 2012 because he did not want to be a squad player.
Nikica Jelavic has urged Everton boss David Moyes to snap up Ibrox bargain buy Steven Naismith.
Emilio Izaguirre last night revealed he wants to stay at Celtic for the rest of his career.
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Sacked Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has given his backing to owners Fenway Sports Group.
The iconic Anfield figure had his contract terminated on Wednesday following a season which saw the club lift the Carling Cup and reach the FA Cup final, but endure their worst league points return since 1953/54.
Dalglish felt he still had plenty of work to do and despite many fans'...
The writing had been on the wall since the start of this year’s EPL season, and King kenny couldn’t live up to the expectations. According to The Telegraph: Fenway Sports Group are going through a full rehaul of Liverpool FC and not even the manager was safe. A team statement is expected shortly, but we do know that Kenny Dalglish is no longer the coach at Liverpool FC.
Kenny Dalglish's second stint as Liverpool manager ended Wednesday when he was fired following the club's disappointing eighth-place finish in the Premier League.
Dalglish lasted less than 500 days in charge, as the club owners decided to terminate his contract despite having ended the team's six-year trophy drought with the League Cup triumph in February.
Kenny Dalglish has taken to Twitter to thank Liverpool fans for their ‘overwhelming’ support after his sacking. The Scot left...
Liverpool FC of the English Premier League announced on May 16 that manager Kenny Dalglish has been fired after leading the team to a disappointing eighth-place finish this season. It was the former player’s second stint as the club’s manager. Dalglish was hired earlier last season after former manager Roy Hodgson was fired, but lasted just 18 months in charge.
Dalglish did manage...
Liverpool allow Dalglish to leave with dignity - originally posted on Soccerlens.comThe Liverpool manager Kenny Dalglish has left Anfield after talks with the club’s American owners.
Dalglish had traveled to the US to meet with the Liverpool owners, where he presented his end-of-season review, outlined his plans for next season and answered questions from John Henry and Tom Werner...
Liverpool managing director Ian Ayre insists the sacking of manager Kenny Dalglish was done to help the team return to...
Liverpool and manager Kenny Dalglish have parted company. The 61-year-old returned to England on Tuesday having flown to Boston earlier...
Premier League Liverpool have sacked boss Kenny Dalglish. The Scot’s second spell as boss at the club lasted just under...
Swansea have confirmed that manager Brendan Rodgers has rejected an approach from Liverpool to discuss the managerial vacancy at Anfield.
Liverpool's owners Fenway Sports Group (FSG) are searching for a new manager after sacking Kenny Dalglish on Wednesday , and have already had an approach to speak to Wigan manager Roberto Martinez accepted.
FSG were also known to be keen...