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Koeman Recruits Experienced Dutch Goalkeeper To His Ranks At Everton

LIVERPOOL, ENGLAND - APRIL 4: Ronald Koeman manager of Southampton during the Barclays Premier League match between Everton and Southampton at Goodison Park on April 4, 2015 in Liverpool, England. (Photo by Clint Hughes/Getty Images)

Ronald Koeman has made goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg his first signing as manager of Everton. The Dutchman, 33, moves to Goodison Park on three-year contract after an undisclosed fee was agreed with Fulham. Koeman was keen to sign his fellow countryman, with Joel Robles as Everton’s only recognised stopper following Tim Howard’s departure to Colorado Rapids. VIDEO: Maarten Stekelenburg says @RonaldKoeman …

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Celtic Manager Brendan Rodgers Closes In On His First Signing

LONDON, ENGLAND - NOVEMBER 30: Moussa Dembele of Fulham looks on prior to the Barclays Premier League match between West Ham United and Fulham at Boleyn Ground on November 30, 2013 in London, England. (Photo by Ian Walton/Getty Images)

Away from the cash-rich Premier League, new Celtic manager Brendan Rodgers will have to take a new approach to transfers. However, the former Liverpool boss is set to steal a march on several clubs south of the border by making promising Fulham striker Moussa Dembélé his first signing at Celtic Park. The Mirror are this afternoon reporting that the 19 …

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Report: Arsenal And Liverpool To Go Head-To-Head For English Wonderkid

BOISSY-SAINT-LEGER, FRANCE - OCTOBER 29: Ryan Sessegnon of England runs with the ball during the Tournoi International game between England U16 and the Netherlands U16 on October 29, 2015 in Boissy-Saint-Leger, France. (Photo by Aurelien Meunier/Getty Images)

Liverpool are set to do battle with Arsenal this summer for highly rated Fulham under-18s prospect Ryan Sessegnon. The Gunners have been longtime admirers of the 15 year old and even attempted to sign him in January. Arsenal’s Serge Gnabry was wanted by Fulham on loan during the last transfer window – and although Arsène Wenger was happy to let Gnabry leave, …

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Leeds Striker Gets Banned For ‘Doing A Luis Suárez’ On Opponent

LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - SEPTEMBER 20: Souleymane Doukara of Leeds United during Sky Bet Championship match between Leeds United and Huddersfield Town at Elland Road Stadium on September 20, 2014 in Leeds, United Kingdom. (Photo by Ryan Browne/Getty Images)

Leeds United forward Souleymane Doukara has been charged with violent conduct and suspended for eight games for biting an opponent. The incident occurred on February 23rd, when Doukara is alleged to have bitten Fulham defender Fernando Amorebieta in his side’s 1-1 draw with the Cottagers at Elland Road. BREAKING NEWS: Leeds striker Souleymane Doukara banned for eight matches after being found …

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Man United Linked With Move For Fulham Youngster

The youngster has scored nine goals in 19 appearances this season for the Championship club. Man United are interested in Moussa Dembele, according to reports (not the Belgian Mousa Dembélé who plays for Tottenham Hotspur). The 19-year-old has cemented his first team place at Craven Cottage this season with seven goals in fourteen Championship appearances. Man United are said to prefer a January move for the highly-regarded …

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Local Rugby Club Uses Lions Speech To Create Pump-Up Recruitment Video

One London club has embraced the drama of professional rugby and the Lions for some personal gain, and it’s amazing.  Their video description on YouTube reads very simply Honest Players Wanted! 5 mens teams, 2 womens teams, twice weekly-training, Rugby every Saturday, drinks every Saturday night. Come down to London’s friendliest club, and be better Short, simple and effective. And …

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Premier League Heroes: John Arne Riise

  A consistently good defender with an absolute rocket shot in his arsenal. John Arne Riise is Norway’s most capped player and this week’s Premier League hero for good reason.  John Arne Riise was born in Molde, Norway on the 24th of August 1980 and began his football career at Norwegian side Aalesund but only spent one season there before …

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All The Goals From Sunderland’s 4th Round Win Over Fulham

Sunderland overcame the test of Fulham at Craven Cottage in the FA Cup last night to book a place in the fifth round against Bradford, having won out after their drawn game against the Londoners at The Stadium of Light on the 24th of January.  Check out all the goals right here.   Hugo Rodallega struck first for Fulham after 28 minutes, from close …

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Premier League Heroes: Ex-Chelsea Star Eidur Gudjohnsen

This week’s Premier League hero is ex-Chelsea and Tottenham player Eidur Gudjohnsen. The Icelandic international played the peak of his career at Chelsea Football Club while he also played for other Premier League sides such as Tottenham Hotspur, Stoke City and Fulham. Gudjohnsen also showed his quality earlier in his career when he played in the First Division for Bolton Wanderers, …

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In-Form Fulham Face Struggling Sunderland

Fulham head to the Stadium of Light today with their tails-up following two wins in a row against both Reading and Nottingham Forrest.  Gus Poyet’s Sunderland on the other hand find themselves in familiar surroundings, just one point above the relegation zone having lost their last three games against difficult opposition in the form of Manchester City, Liverpool and Tottenham. Adam …

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Cardiff City Make Long-Awaited Return To Blue Strip

Cardiff City’s controversial owner Vincent Tan has finally decided to agree to the club’s reversal back to their traditional blue home strip, having changed it to red in 2012 for marketing purposes. The past two years have seen a club’s recent history disrupted with a ludicrous decision of reverting to a red kit, which the club described at the time as …

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PL Heroes: Manchester United Legend Edwin Van Der Sar

This week’s Premier League hero is Fulham and Manchester United legend Edwin Van der Sar.  Van der Sar was one of the most consistent and talented goalkeepers ever seen in the Premier League. The Dutch keeper has a fantastic record of 134 clean sheets in 313 Premier League appearances. The 6ft 5 inch ‘keeper is the most capped player for …

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England’s Greatest Manager: The Jimmy Hogan Story

“We played football as Jimmy Hogan taught us. When our football history is told, his name should be written in gold letters.”   Gustav Sebes, Hungary coach 1949-57  Hungary 6 – England 3. We’ve all heard the story of the Mighty Magyars going to London in 1953 and defeating England at Wembley. We’ve all heard of how Puskás, Bozsik and Higegkuti …

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Ex-Fulham Boss Vows To Continue Career In England

Felix Magath who was recently dismissed by Fulham has vowed to continue his managerial career in England despite his reign being heavily scrutinized due to his strict managerial style. The 61-year-old ended a dismal seven-month spell with Fulham last week but is adamant that he has something to offer in England when his spoke to German publication Blind. “I’m going …

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Manchester United May Terminate Superstar’s Contract

As Louis van Gaal struggles to find his way in the hot seat at Manchester United rumours suggest Colombian superstar Radamel Falcao’s loan deal may be terminated due to fitness concerns. There  are a number of news outlets carrying the story that Manchester United could terminate Radamel Falcao’s loan deal early. The Express has reported that United are carefully monitoring the situation …

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English Football League: The Championship New Boys

As the Championship season enters the back end of September, Stuart Connolly gives his insight into how some of the new players in the league are faring so far.  The Sky Bet Championship season may only be six games old but it’s fair to say that some new players have taken life in this division in their stride, while others …

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Sky Bet Championship – Matchday 5 Review

Matchday Five in the Sky Bet Championship is over and a few teams are standing out with some great early showings, while others are standing out for the wrong reasons with some second-rate performances. With this round of fixtures over the Championship is taking a two week break due to the International Break which is accommodating friendlies and European Championship …

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