David Silva pleased to get Tevez back

Carlos Tevez finally rejoined training with the Barclays Premier League leaders on Thursday and David Silva is delighted to have his team-mate back. Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini said that Tevez could be back playing in a matter of weeks after accepting the 28-year-old’s apology for his recent conduct. The only stumbling block is for … [Read the full story]

Harry Kewell gets rid of long-term manager

Socceroos and Melbourne Victory star Harry Kewell has split from long-term manager Bernie Mandic. Mandic has managed Kewell since he was a youngster in Sydney’s West, before securing Kewell’s move to Leeds United in the Barclays Premier League, while handling his moves to Liverpool, Galatasaray and to the A-League. The news continues a tumultuous week … [Read the full story]

Chelsea keep losing…Buford keeps laughing

Chelsea’s hopes of reaching the UEFA Champions League knockout stages suffered a huge blow on after they lost 2-1 at Bayer Leverkusen, a defeat that will increase the pressure on manager Andre Villas-Boas. A header from Leverkusen defender Manuel Friedrich in the 91st minute saw the hosts round off a great comeback which saw them … [Read the full story]

‘Come back, Carlos, from Argentina’

Manchester City striker Carlos Tevez has not returned from Argentina for a meeting with the club, but talks have been held with his representatives. The 27-year-old had been requested to return to England by the Barclays Premier League heavyweights after he flew home to visit his family last week, apparently without permission from his employers. … [Read the full story]

EPL gossip

A few gossip stories from Barclays Premier League that you might want to keep an eye on. QPR owner Tony Fernandes says he and manager Neil Warnock are already planning the players they want to sign in January. Manchester United are planning a $40m bid for Borussia Dortmund playmaker Mario Goetze. CSKA Moscow forward Seydou … [Read the full story]

Spurs owner interested in the Mariners

The billionaire owner of Barclays Premier League giants Tottenham Hotspur has emerged as a possible investor in Central Coast Mariners. Joe Lewis, the Barbados-based businessman listed as the 347th richest man on the planet by Forbes magazine, sent a representative from his Tavistock Group to inspect the Mariners a fortnight ago. Several business were visited … [Read the full story]

Buford Balony hopes it’s the end for Chelski

The billionaire owner of Barclays Premier League club Chelsea was accused of betraying the man who allegedly helped to build his fortune so that he could curry favour with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin. Roman Abramovich, in a rare public appearance, listened as lawyers for Boris Berezovsky told the High Court in London that the … [Read the full story]

RVP comes off the bench to bag 2 goals

Robin van Persie underlined his importance to Arsenal by coming off the bench to fire his side to a 3-1 win over Stoke City at Emirates Stadium. Gunners boss Arsene Wenger wanted to rest his top-scorer for the Barclays Premier League clash, but he was forced to turn to the Dutch forward after Peter Crouch … [Read the full story]

Tim Cahill wants Australian soccer to improve

Tim Cahill insists he’s not the saviour of Australian football but is determined to improve the production line of future talent coming through to the national team. The Socceroos World Cup qualifier against Oman should be relatively easy…but you can never be too over confident. The 31-year-old, who plays in the Barclays Premier League with … [Read the full story]

Rodwell won appeal for ‘soft as shit’ red card

Everton midfielder Jack Rodwell has won his appeal against the red card he was shown during the Barclays Premier League defeat by Liverpool. Something has to be done about the card happy refs or they will ruin the game. Everton fans were enraged when referee Martin Atkinson showed Rodwell a red card for a challenge … [Read the full story]

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