Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Football Transfer News...........

Tottenham chairman Daniel Levy has been warned he will have to wait until next summer if he wants to replace manager Martin Jol with Ronald Koeman. (Daily Express)

Russia boss Guus Hiddink was never in the running to succeed Sven-Goran Eriksson as England manager last year. (Daily Express)

Russia skipper Andrei Arshavin has taunted England goalkeeper Paul Robinson by saying he is the side's weakest link. (The Sun)

Manchester United and England striker Wayne Rooney is itching to make a shock return on Saturday against former club Everton. (Daily Mirror)

But Everton keeper Tim Howard is a major doubt after dislocating a finger. (Daily Mail)

Sheffield United's legal bill for fighting West Ham has hit £1m, but they will continue to press with their claims. (Daily Mail)

Derby County are at the centre of a £30m takeover bid from a mystery consortium. (The Sun)

Axed Leicester boss Martin Allen is set to be offered a return to management with Gillingham. (Daily Mirror)

Gary Megson is working for free at Stoke in an attempt to get back into management. (Daily Mail)

Emmanuel Adebayor could miss six games for Arsenal after declaring he wants to play for Togo again. (The Sun)

Lucas Neill has vowed not to let West Ham stop him playing for Australia. (Daily Star)

Chris Coleman is in danger of the sack after just four games at Real Sociedad. (The Sun)

AFC Wimbledon are looking at moving to a site next to their old Plough Lane ground. (Daily Express)

Former Sheffield United boss Neil Warnock has turned down the Leicester manager's job. (The Sun)

Former Newcastle chairman Freddy Shepherd could join forces with Ken Bates at Leeds. (The Guardian)

France striker Nicolas Anelka says his side will panic if they do not get off to a good start against Scotland. (Daily Record)




Proud Scot Sir Alex Ferguson has warned national keeper Craig Gordon he will get Roy Keane to dock his wages at Sunderland if he does not keep out the French. (Daily Record)

The 10,000 Scottish fans who have tickets in the home end for the game have been told they can wear their kilts at the Parc des Princes. (Daily Record)

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