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ESPN FC
Wayne Rooney's England future depends on Jose Mourinho - Allardyceat a football club has a place when you are making your selection.'' Allardyce
Wayne Rooney's England future depends on Jose Mourinho - Allardyce
ESPN FC / Posted 2 days ago
at a football club has a place when you are making your selection.'' Allardyce is held in particularly high esteem by the League Managers' Association, a matter that might help when he begins rounding up his squad in the coming weeks. As a coach... Read more
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Football.co.uk
Jose Mourinho will be key to Wayne Rooney's England future, says Allardyceat a football club has a place when you are making your selection." Allardyce
Jose Mourinho will be key to Wayne Rooney's England future, says Allardyce
Football.co.uk / Posted 4 days ago
at a football club has a place when you are making your selection." Allardyce is held in particularly high esteem by the League Managers' Association, a matter that might help when he begins rounding up his squad in the coming weeks. As a coach... Read more
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TEAMTalk
Mourinho holds key to Rooney's England future - AllardyceShare this Page Wayne Rooney: Question marks raised over England future Sam A
Mourinho holds key to Rooney's England future - Allardyce
TEAMTalk / Posted 4 days ago
Share this Page Wayne Rooney: Question marks raised over England future Sam Allardyce has hinted that Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho could hold the key to Wayne Rooney’s future with England. Rooney has captained his country for the past... Read more
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ESPN.co.uk
Rooney's England fate on Mou - Allardyceat a football club has a place when you are making your selection.'' Allardyce
Rooney's England fate on Mou - Allardyce
ESPN.co.uk / Posted 4 days ago
at a football club has a place when you are making your selection.'' Allardyce is held in particularly high esteem by the League Managers' Association, a matter that might help when he begins rounding up his squad in the coming weeks. As a coach... Read more
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North-West Evening Mail
Jose Mourinho will be key to Wayne Rooney's England future, says Allardyceat a football club has a place when you are making your selection." Allardyce
Jose Mourinho will be key to Wayne Rooney's England future, says Allardyce
North-West Evening Mail / Posted 4 days ago
at a football club has a place when you are making your selection." Allardyce is held in particularly high esteem by the League Managers' Association, a matter that might help when he begins rounding up his squad in the coming weeks. As a coach... Read more
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4d
The News and Star
Jose Mourinho will be key to Wayne Rooney's England future, says Allardyceat a football club has a place when you are making your selection." Allardyce
Jose Mourinho will be key to Wayne Rooney's England future, says Allardyce
The News and Star / Posted 4 days ago
at a football club has a place when you are making your selection." Allardyce is held in particularly high esteem by the League Managers' Association, a matter that might help when he begins rounding up his squad in the coming weeks. As a coach... Read more
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Vavel
Moyes made new Sunderland bossTrending topics: Just one day after Sam Allardyce left Sunderland to be confir
Moyes made new Sunderland boss
Vavel / Posted 6 days ago
Trending topics: Just one day after Sam Allardyce left Sunderland to be confirmed as England boss, the Black Cats have installed David Moyes into the vacant manager's position. The 53-year-old has penned a four-year deal at the Stadium of Light; a... Read more
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Sunderland FC
10 facts about the new bossTake a quickfire look at the career of Sunderland's new manager David Moyes wit
10 facts about the new boss
Sunderland FC / Posted 7 days ago
Take a quickfire look at the career of Sunderland's new manager David Moyes with ten facts about the Scotsman's playing and managerial career. 1. David Moyes was a centre-back in his playing days. He appeared for Celtic, Dunfermline Athletic and... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Big Sam has galvanised the English game's under-achievers- Now, the Three LionsAs a proud Englishman he will sweep in on a wave of goodwill from the League Ma
Big Sam has galvanised the English game's under-achievers- Now, the Three Lions
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
As a proud Englishman he will sweep in on a wave of goodwill from the League Managers’ Association and a glowing reference from his good friend Sir Alex Ferguson. FA chief executive Martin Glenn, a member of the three man selection panel along with... Read more
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chroniclelive
Sunderland AFC: Sam Allardyce is a dreamer you cannot mess with, and knows about 'that IT'A “great dreamer facing an incredible task”. The “stand-out candidate”, a “ver
Sunderland AFC: Sam Allardyce is a dreamer you cannot mess with, and knows about 'that IT'
chroniclelive / Posted 7 days ago
A “great dreamer facing an incredible task”. The “stand-out candidate”, a “very bright guy” and the “best man for the job”. A “great motivator and innovator who knows all about that IT” and a “big fella so you can’t mess with him!”. From players... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Claudio Ranieri plays down expectations as Leicester aim to defend titlein the biggest upset in Premier League history last season. Ranieri went from
Claudio Ranieri plays down expectations as Leicester aim to defend title
Irish Examiner / Posted 8 days ago
in the biggest upset in Premier League history last season. Ranieri went from being sack race favourite to winning the League Managers' Association and Premier League Manager of the Year. Now, he must plot their title defence which will be... Read more
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express
Premier League referees to clamp down on bad behaviour: Tough punishments for offenders ENGLISH football has finally decided to crack down on bad player behaviour, p
Premier League referees to clamp down on bad behaviour: Tough punishments for offenders
express / Posted 9 days ago
ENGLISH football has finally decided to crack down on bad player behaviour, promising a zero tolerance policy to any abuse of officials. Players that abuse... Read more
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9d
Irish Examiner
Everything you need to know about moves to stamp out bad player behaviour in English football | Irish Examiner Wednesday, July 20, 2016 - 04:27 pm The...
Everything you need to know about moves to stamp out bad player behaviour in English football
Irish Examiner / Posted 9 days ago
| Irish Examiner Wednesday, July 20, 2016 - 04:27 pm The... Read more
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Chelsea MAD
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
Chelsea MAD / Posted 9 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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9d
Football.co.uk
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
Football.co.uk / Posted 9 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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9d
Belfast Telegraph
English football chiefs unite to stamp out on-field trouble - Q&Aannounced? A joint Premier League, Football Association, English Football Leag
English football chiefs unite to stamp out on-field trouble - Q&A
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 9 days ago
announced? A joint Premier League, Football Association, English Football League initiative, unnamed but backed by the League Managers' Association and the Professional Footballers' Association to improve behaviour and the image of the game.... Read more
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10d
Irish Examiner
Premier League players will be punished for doing this next seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League players will be punished for doing this next season
Irish Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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10d
Football365
Premier League unveil steps to stop official abuseShare this Page Players and managers have been warned they face red cards for
Premier League unveil steps to stop official abuse
Football365 / Posted 10 days ago
Share this Page Players and managers have been warned they face red cards for abusing match officials this season. Not one player has been sent off in the Premier League for insulting or abusive language towards a match official in the last five... Read more
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10d
Daily Mirror
Premier League and Football League clubs told to clamp down on poor disciplineunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League and Football League clubs told to clamp down on poor discipline
Daily Mirror / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a change in... Read more
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10d
Kingston Guardian
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officialsunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officials
Kingston Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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10d
Oxford Mail
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officialsunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officials
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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10d
Gazette
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officialsunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officials
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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10d
TEAMTalk
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officialsShare this Page Premier League: Refs to clamp down on abuse Premier League pl
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officials
TEAMTalk / Posted 10 days ago
Share this Page Premier League: Refs to clamp down on abuse Premier League players and managers have been warned they face red cards for abusing match officials this season. Not one player has been sent off in the Premier League for insulting or... Read more
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10d
guardian-series
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officialsunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officials
guardian-series / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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Harrow Times
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officialsunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officials
Harrow Times / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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10d
Wandsworth Guardian
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officialsunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officials
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officialsunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League to crack down on abusing match officials
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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10d
Kingston Guardian
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
Kingston Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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10d
Oxford Mail
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
Oxford Mail / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Premier League chief threatens 'more yellow and red cards' if player behaviour doesn't improveunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
Premier League chief threatens 'more yellow and red cards' if player behaviour doesn't improve
Irish Examiner / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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10d
Gazette
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
Gazette / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
48 related stories
10d
guardian-series
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
guardian-series / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
48 related stories
10d
Harrow Times
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
Harrow Times / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
48 related stories
10d
Wandsworth Guardian
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
48 related stories
10d
St Albans & Harpenden Review
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
48 related stories
10d
Belfast Telegraph
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new seasonunnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from th
English clubs are warned player behaviour must improve in new season
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 10 days ago
unnamed, but has been a topic of discussions for a year and has support from the Professional Football Association and the League Managers' Association. Premier League executive chairman Richard Scudamore said: "We're looking to make a step change... Read more
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17d
Daily Mirror
Big Sam for England? Allardyce spotted leaving meeting with FA chief David GillFa technical director Dan Ashworth and chief executive Martin Glenn are also be
Big Sam for England? Allardyce spotted leaving meeting with FA chief David Gill
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 days ago
Fa technical director Dan Ashworth and chief executive Martin Glenn are also believed to have been at Gill's home to meet with Allardyce. Left behind: Allardyce flew back from Austria to meet FA chiefs Power players: Gill, Glenn and Ashworth are... Read more
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Yorkshire evening post
Garry Monk keen to put his own stamp on Leeds UnitedThe Whites play their first match under new head coach Garry Monk in Dublin ton
Garry Monk keen to put his own stamp on Leeds United
Yorkshire evening post / Posted 17 days ago
The Whites play their first match under new head coach Garry Monk in Dublin tonight. He has been busy in the transfer market and on the training field with the new season three weeks away. Phil Hay reports. Monk knows where he wants the club to go... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Allardyce looking 'nailed-on' as England boss, with Gary Neville a potential No2FA insiders believe the three-man committee tasked with finding Roy Hodgson’s s
Allardyce looking 'nailed-on' as England boss, with Gary Neville a potential No2
Daily Mirror / Posted 17 days ago
FA insiders believe the three-man committee tasked with finding Roy Hodgson’s successor – chief executive Martin Glenn, technical director Dan Ashworth, vice-chairman David Gill – have been heavily influenced by Sir Alex Ferguson and senior members... Read more
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sportsmole
Eddie Howe 'leading contender for England job'may be asked to bring in a more experienced head alongside him should he be giv
Eddie Howe 'leading contender for England job'
sportsmole / Posted 20 days ago
may be asked to bring in a more experienced head alongside him should he be given the nod. Howe was named as the 2015 League Managers' Association Manager of the Year after guiding Bournemouth to Premier League promotion, and has since managed... Read more
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Daily Mail
Eddie Howe emerges as leading contender for England vacancyKlinsmann. They are determined to appoint a man who can build a strong team ide
Eddie Howe emerges as leading contender for England vacancy
Daily Mail / Posted 21 days ago
Klinsmann. They are determined to appoint a man who can build a strong team identity for the national side. Howe, the 2015 League Managers' Association Manager of the Year, won plaudits for the style with which his Bournemouth side earned promotion... Read more
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Gamasutra
Notice of SEGA Games’ Acquisition of Amplitude StudiosJuly 5, 2016 SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd. SEGA Games Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Toky
Notice of SEGA Games’ Acquisition of Amplitude Studios
Gamasutra / Posted 25 days ago
July 5, 2016 SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd. SEGA Games Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo, President, Representative Director, and Chief Executive Officer: Haruki Satomi, “SEGA Games” ), a subsidiary of SEGA Holdings Co., Ltd. (Headquarters: Tokyo, President,... Read more
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nufcblog
Defensive Targets Down To Four Or Five – Colo Waits On ReleaseFabricio Coloccini wants to join San Lorenzo and Newcastle are willing to make
Defensive Targets Down To Four Or Five – Colo Waits On Release
nufcblog / Posted 26 days ago
Fabricio Coloccini wants to join San Lorenzo and Newcastle are willing to make him a free agent so he can do that, but first of all sensible Rafa Benitez is putting Newcastle needs first. He has told Fabricio he must wait until Newcastle are able to... Read more
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