Norwich City have survived another year in the Premiership, but need to raise their game to remain competitive.
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Second season syndrome is often a difficult trait for any club to overcome.
Southampton manager Mauricio Pochettino said that he relished being in the pressure situation of their fight against relegation before their 0-0 draw with Norwich City this afternoon.
At the age of just 22 years old, Blackburn Rovers striker Jordan Rhodes netted his 100th Football League goal on Saturday, in a 2-0 defeat of Bristol Rovers. With the Ewood Park side unlikely to achieve promotion this season, Rhodes’ goal scoring exploits mean that there’s every chance he will reach the big time before Blackburn do.
Ashley Cole is quite possibly England’s greatest ever left back, but will his recently signed one year contract extension hold back a possible future England full back for both club and country?
Deadline day is fast approaching for those looking to bring in a fresh face or two for the remaining months of the domestic campaign.
Sporting Lisbon striker Ricky Van Wolfswinkel appears to be the latest in a long line of strikers linked with a move to Carrow Road this January. However, with reported targets Gary Hooper likely to stay in Glasgow to see out Celtic’s Champions League campaign and Danny Graham being prepared to fight for his place in Swansea’s League Cup Final line-up, Norwich manager Chris Hughton may now focus his full attention on acquiring the services of Van Wolfswinkel.
Chris Hughton has made no bones about his lack of transfer funds for a striker this January but there is one man in the Championship he could get for a relative bargain considering the quality he can bring.
£20m is a lot of money when you are buying potential, but is Jordan Henderson showing signs that he is starting to repay that hefty price tag?
Having just turned down a bid of around £5 million, Celtic will be hoping to keep hold of their goal machine Gary Hooper.
Paolo di Canio, Swindon Town’s eccentric Italian manager, has recently spoken to the BBC about many issues in what appears to be a new column of his.