Each day we'll bring you the very latest tabloid rumors as the biggest clubs around splash the cash to bolster their rosters. True or not, they're always entertaining...


Arsene Wenger was last night assured his job as Arsenal boss is safe.

Brighton made FA Cup history yesterday - by netting three own goals.

George Graham has delivered a devastating verdict on Arsene Wenger's Arsenal flops.

Portsmouth are still paying players 'crazy' wages of more than £30,000 a week.

Andre Villas-Boas will at least get the chance to see Naples - but the dying could come quickly afterwards.

Roy Hodgson is set to take advantage of the financial uncertainty at Nottingham Forest to swoop for Garath McCleary.

Robbie Keane will return to the Premier League unless he can cure his homesickness.

Liverpool have taken Portsmouth's Under-17 captain Sam Magri on trial. They are ready to pay the cash-hit Championship club £150,000 for the defender who has yet to play in the first team.

Keith Curle is set to take over at Notts County after the sacking of Martin Allen.

Kenny Dalglish and Steven Gerrard have warned there is far more to come from Liverpool's 'Three Amigos'.

Tony Pulis could face an FA charge after blasting fourth official Lee Probert - again.

Harry Redknapp joked his chances of being named the next England boss took a dive after his Tottenham side failed to beat tiny Stevenage.

Steve Bruce could take charge of Wolves for Saturday's clash with his beloved Newcastle.


Andre Villas-Boas will turn to Chelsea's old guard to save his skin in Italy on Tuesday night.

Arsene Wenger claims Arsenal's crisis will be over if they beat Spurs next Sunday.

Harry Redknapp last night admitted he did his England hopes no favours as Tottenham struggled to a draw against Stevenage.


Kenny Dalglish has ofered another apology after reaching the FA Cup quarter-finals - this time for letting his heart rule his head. The Reds manager intervened late on in his side's six-goal mauling of Brighton to let Luis Suarez take a penalty.

Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger has been assured his job is safe for another two years.

Robbie Keane will return to the Premier League in the summer - if he cannot get over his homesickness in the United States.

Birmingham have extended the trial of Argentine striker Julian Cardellino.

Steven Gerrard led Liverpool into the FA Cup quarter-finals and set his sights on a cup double.

Andre Villas-Boas is preparing to take a huge Champions League fitness gamble on John Terry. Villas-Boas insists he will not put Fernando Torres before the good of his Chelsea team.


Andre Villas-Boas is ready to ask captain John Terry to defy the pain and help him rescue his job in Naples on Tuesday night.

Furious Arsenal fans will this week turn their anger on chief executive Ivan Gazidis, who celebrated a friend's wedding in Mexico while the club were condemned to a seventh year without a trophy.

Steve Bruce is now the clear front-runner for the job of Wolves manager with a second interview planned this week.

Tony Pulis called for a summit between managers and referees following Rory Delap's red card as last season's beaten finalists saw off the spirited challenge of the FA Cup's lowest-ranked remaining club.

David Nugent is feeling the Wembley "buzz" once again now as his Leicester side find themselves just two games away from the FA Cup final.

Owen Coyle believes Ryo Miyaichi can follow in the footsteps of Jack Wilshere and Daniel Sturridge by laying the foundations of his career while helping Bolton.

Harry Redknapp was given a potential glimpse of the future yesterday. A big team trying to beat so-called minnows in a cramped stadium with a bobbly pitch - and struggling badly.

Nigel Clough is already looking to the summer sales after Derby extended their winless streak to six games.


Arsene Wenger says he will not quit as Arsenal manager after his side were knocked out of the FA Cup and blew their last chance of a trophy for the seventh season in a row.

Stoke eased into the FA Cup quarter-finals yesterday - but manager Tony Pulis was still furious.

Andre Villas-Boas is ready to take a fitness gamble on John Terry in tomorrow's make-or-break clash in Naples.

Roy Keane is emerging as a candidate to be Wolves' new manager. Second interviews are scheduled to take place this week and early favourite Steve Bruce is reluctant to accept the job on a short-term basis until the end of the season.

Tottenham and PSG want Internacional striker Leandro Damiao.

Porto fans making racist gestures at Manchester City supporters in last week's Europa League tie in Portugal included young children in executive boxes at Estadio do Drago, it emerged last night.


Ally McCoist is pondering an appeal over the SPL decision to block Daniel Cousin's signing.

Craig Gordon is back in the Scotland set-up after a year of injury and will be joined in Craig Levein's squad by Blackpool wonderkid Matt Phillips.

McCoist has revealed how telephone calls in the middle of the night from Walter Smith helped him through his most harrowing week in football.