Football News – Wenger hits out at transfer talk, Tottenham to go head to head for Ajax ace & much more…
Harry Redknapp claims he is flattered by the messages of support from everyone in football with regards to taking the England job. The Tottenham manager claims he is yet to be approached for the post and will cross that bridge when he comes to it. Redknapp certainly isn’t fazed by the job at all and is fully aware of the baggage that comes with it.
Elsewhere in the news Sir Alex Ferguson questions why Liverpool did not appeal the Suarez ban; Arsene Wenger hits out at the rumours regarding Van Persie, while Andre Villas-Boas believes that referees should be made to pay for their errors.
Harry Redknapp claims he is unfazed with the aggro the England job brings with it. The Tottenham manager is the favourite to take the job from Fabio Capello and is fully aware of what the job entails – Guardian
Sir Alex Ferguson has questioned why Liverpool didn’t look to appeal Luis Suarez’s ban if they believed he was innocent of the charges – Guardian
Thierry Henry will return to New York next week after Arsenal failed to extend his loan period at the football club – Guardian
Andre Villas-Boas believes that referees should be made to pay for their errors during games. The Chelsea boss was speaking in light of Howard Webb’s dubious penalty at Stamford Bridge that allowed United back into the contest – Daily Telegraph
Kenny Dalglish believes that the FA should look to Sir Alex Ferguson to take over the reins of the England job vacated by Fabio Capello – Daily Telegraph
Arsene Wenger has hit out of stories coming out of Spain that Real Madrid are preparing a bid for Robin van Persie. The Arsenal boss says the Spanish press like to invent stories and this is another one of those made up ones – Independent
Micah Richards has closed down his twitter account after suffering racist abuse from rival supporters – Daily Mail
Tottenham and Arsenal are set for a transfer battle for the services of Ajax defender, Jan Vertonghen – Metro
Martin O’Neill has revealed that he doesn’t see eye to eye with his opposite number at the Stadium of Light this afternoon. The Sunderland boss says that Wenger has never taken up an offer of a post match drink and isn’t expecting that to change today - Sun