After their disappointing defeat to Crystal Palace in the Championship Play-off semi-finals, it seems Gus Poyet might have managed his last match for the Seagulls. Poyet, along with his assistants Mauricio Taricco and Charlie Oatway, were suspended by the Brighton board via a text message on Wednesday evening. Despite initial reports suggesting it was due
The last few days have been a whirlwind of emotions for Everton fans, players and the club’s owner Bill Kenwright. Although they are heartbroken to see David Moyes leave Goodison to take over from Sir Alex Ferguson at Manchester United, they undoubtedly respect his decision, and would never wish to deny his chance at greatness.
Brighton and Hove Albion manager Gustavo Poyet confessed feeling seduced about taking over Stamford Bridge’s bench, and enjoys the speculation around him succeeding Rafa Benitez at the Premier League club. The Uruguayan is rated as 7/1 to manage the Blues next season and, despite admiting his liking for the club that saw him play between
Phil Parkinson was dazed and still bearing the stains of a Champagne soaking as the realisation started to sink in that he will be the man to lead Bradford City – League 2 Bradford City – out at Wembley for the Capital One Cup final. Parkinson, stock rising as Premier League victims pile up around
Bradford City’s Capital One Cup run has rekindled the romance of football. For Mike Harrison, editor of the Bradford City fanzine, The City Gent, the League Two club’s remarkable journey to the Capital One Cup final is a timely tonic for fans disillusioned by the ever-growing gulf between rich and poor. Bradford’s thrilling exploits have
Gus Poyet is rumoured to be the next manager of West Ham, should they choose to part company with Sam Allardyce at the end of the season. West Ham have said that they will not be discussing Big Sam’s contract until the end the season. His current deal runs out in the summer but chairman David
Brighton will face another Premier League test after being drawn with either Swansea or Arsenal in the FA Cup fourth round. The top-flight duo couldn’t be separated in a pulsating at the Emirates Stadium and will duke it out again for the right to face the Seagulls, who toppled Newcastle on Saturday lunchtime. Another replay
Macclesfield, Brighton and Luton all provided the obligatory ‘cupset’ as the FA Cup returned in all its splendour at the Third Round stage. Tottenham avoided a giant-killing at home to Coventry to progress as did Middlesbrough as they faced non-league Hastings and Manchester City, who locked horns with Watford. Robin Van Persie rescued Manchester United
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