We’d argue that former Everton boss David Moyes should never have left the club, and we’re sure he’d agree. Heck, he should’ve set up a tent at Goodison Park and slept there, anything would’ve beaten his miserable fate post-Toffees. David Moyes...
by: @Wolves — EPL: Wolverhampton Wanderers 23 May
With more than 400 football league appearances to his name, 72 of them in the gold and black of Wolves, Keith Andrews looks back fondly on his time at Wolves Academy where he started his career as a 15-year-old.
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Adrian+Kajumba — Daily Mail 20 May
EXCLUSIVE: The return of Vincent Kompany to Belgium could be the first step in a link-up between Manchester City and Anderlecht. Sportsmail can reveal City have been in talks with Anderlecht.
by: N/A — BBC 20 May
A lack of opportunity is preventing black players from becoming coaches, according to the wife of ex-Liverpool and England striker Emile Heskey.
by: https://www.dailymail.co.uk/home/search.html?s=&authornamef=Sam+Mcevoy+For+Mailonline — Daily Mail 19 May
Vincent Kompany has announced that he will leave Manchester City this summer in order to take a player-manager position at his boyhood club Anderlecht next season.
by: Alex Ford — The Transfer Tavern 17 May
For whatever reason, some transfers do not always go as smoothly as one would plan, however, Rangers might be counting their blessings that one move did not go ahead. Joleon Lescott was expected to join the Light Blues in the summer of 2016, however,
by: Alex Rigby — The Transfer Tavern 15 May
Goodness gracious me, Jerome Boateng turned out to be quite rubbish at Manchester City, didn’t he? Arriving alongside Aleksander Kolarov, David Silva and Yaya Toure in 2010, the £10million summer signing from Hamburg failed miserably to hit the...
by: Paul Campbell — The Guardian 11 May
Who threw it away? Who won with the last kick? Who moaned?
by: Uttiyo Sarkar — The Transfer Tavern 7 May
The day of reckoning is almost here for West Bromwich Albion. In less than a week, it’ll be decided whether or not Jimmy Shan and his boys have the mettle to deserve a Premier League promotion. Up first is Aston Villa, a side riding high in momentum.
by: Ste McGovern — The Football Faithful 2 May
The players deemed not worthy of the Premier League, but have gone on to much greater things in La Liga, Ligue 1, Serie A and the Eredivisie.
by: Alex Rigby — The Transfer Tavern 1 May
We think it is fair to say that when Jordan Veretout joined Aston Villa, he had essentially bought himself a first class ticket on the Titanic. As painful as it may be Villa fans, think back to the year 2015 (*shudder*). It has been a very, very...
by: @Wolves — EPL: Wolverhampton Wanderers 1 May
Making more than 200 senior appearances in gold and black in a career which spanned 15 years before being cut short by leukaemia, goalkeeper Carl Ikeme will forever be a name synonymous with Wolves.
by: Matthew Stead — Football365 19 Apr
Football365 - Before fingers are pointed at Liverpool for buying the title, know that the biggest spenders are not often the best team.