Liverpool striker Andy Carroll insists he has spent too much of the season watching his team-mates from the substitutes' bench.
Arsene Wenger has admitted that he has had contact from other clubs throughout his 13-year managerial reign at Arsenal, but says that he remains as committed as ever to Arsenal. Despite being a target Real Madrid, he intends to see through his project at
Uefa have charged Chelsea with improper conduct of their players and fans and Didier Drogba and Jose Bosingwa for making insulting and offensive comments to the referee following the Champions League second leg with Barcelona at Stamford Bridge. The club
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VILLA manager Martin O?Neill has hailed Alan Shearer as one of the greatest post-war strikers in the game. But that won?t stop him trying to send his former BBC colleague into the Championship.
NO one is indispensable, we are constantly told. We see it on signs at the workplace, its unsubtle message designed to keep us on our toes. Josef Stalin took it to the nth degree when he said there were no indispensable peoples and dispensed with 20
Ashley Cole has vowed to win over England fans just as he has done at Chelsea after one of the best seasons of his career. Left-back Cole has been in outstanding form for his club this year and aims to end the campaign by winning his fifth FA Cup next
Roy Aitken knows how it feels to win a title by coming up late on the rails. Aitken was a powerhouse in defence or midfield for Jock Stein and Billy McNeill but it was the unexpected triumph under Davie Hay which lingers longest in the memory. Celtic
WHEN you swap a player with very little exposed form, you run the risk of it coming back to bite you in a mammoth way. And there is no better case in point than the decision by Melbourne in 1942 to swap a young ruckman named Bill Morris with a player
Rafael Benitez last night hinted he is ready to break Liverpool's transfer record to sign Carlos Tevez.
Rafael Benitez last night hinted he is ready to break Liverpool's transfer record to sign Carlos Tevez. In the last two summers, the Reds have spent a club-record 26.5millon on Fernando Torres and 21m on Robbie Keane - who has since been sold. And
Mark Hughes has made his first move into the transfer market ahead of next season by signing 16-year-old full-back Nils Zander from Bundesliga giants Schalke 04.