Everton caretaker manager Duncan Ferguson admits it is not realistic for him to take over permanently at this stage despite it being his dream job.
The former Toffees striker, a member of the first-team coaching staff since 2014, accepts he is not experienced enough to take charge of a side in the bottom three after just two wins in 11 matches – a run of results which saw Marco Silva sacked on Thursday.
Jose Mourinho is unconcerned by Chelsea’s transfer ban being lifted and believes his former club may struggle to strengthen their team even with a “multi-million budget”.
Frank Lampard’s Blues are free to sign players in January after their two-window ban was halved on appeal by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS).
Frank Lampard has warned Chelsea face a big recruitment “challenge” after the Blues’ transfer embargo was lifted.
The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has halved Chelsea’s two-window FIFA transfer ban, freeing up the Stamford Bridge club to make new signings in January.
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The Arsenal Disaster has been YEARS in the making, on and off the field. At the moment, the Gunners resemble a rich man’s Everton. The football landscape is littered with the carcasses of clubs that used to win league titles but are now unlikely to get anywhere near, ever again. Everton, Leeds, Aston Villa, Huddersfield, Newcastle, Sunderland, Nottingham Forest. It’s not impossible to imagine that Arsenal will soon be on that list (if they aren’t already).
Zinedine Zidane says he will not stop Wales star Gareth Bale from playing golf in his spare time.
Bale – who will miss Real Madrid’s La Liga home match with Espanyol on Saturday through injury – admits playing golf is his passion and that his team-mates have nicknamed him ‘The Golfer’.
Brendan Rodgers has ended speculation over the Arsenal vacancy by signing a new long-term contract at Leicester.
Leicester City is delighted to confirm that manager Brendan Rodgers has signed a new contract!
Lewis Dunk revealed turning Arsenal supporters against their team was part of the plan which saw Brighton pile further misery on the Gunners on Thursday night.
Neal Maupay’s late header secured a 2-1 victory at the Emirates Stadium and ruined Freddie Ljungberg’s first home game as interim head coach.