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Having realised his dream of seeing Wolverhampton Wanderers in the English Premier League, 80-year-old club owner Jack Hayward is looking to hand over the reins.
Rangers manager Alex McLeish hopes his decision to sign a new four-year contract will boost the Scottish champions' confidence as they prepare for three big games over the next eight days.
The Perak FA (Pafa) view the reports of players' unhappiness over the disbursement of match bonuses as an attempt to sabotage the team's efforts ahead of the Malaysia Cup semi-final tie against Sabah.
The countdown is on to save Notts County, the world#8217;s oldest football league club, who face expulsion from the Division Two tomorrow if the Football League#8217;s board of directors are unconvinced by plans for a takeover.
Spanish giants Real Madrid on Wednesday unveiled a 232mil euro (US$272mil) budget for the current 2003-2004 season showing a projected 58mil euro (US$63mil) profit after tax.
Football, to those not in the know, is big, real big, money. With clubs in Europe being run along the lines of a big corporation it has become profoundly important for clubs to earn a berth in the money spinning Champions League tournament. Inability to do so, means millions in lost income.
Newcastle United chairman Freddy Shepherd denies their Champions League disaster will ruin the club. A penalty shoot-out defeat to Partizan Belgrade prevented Newcastle reaching the Champions League and cost an estimated £15 million (US$24 million) in revenue.
From his yacht moored somewhere off Alaska where he is doing business, Roman Abramovich watched by special satellite the first competitive match involving Chelsea since he invested £215 million to buy the club, clear its debts, and buy fresh players.
Aston Villa manager David O'Leary is hoping to sign England striker Alan Smith from his former club Leeds, according to reports here yesterday.
Roman Abramovich's riches at Chelsea and David Beckham's big money move to Real Madrid have brought a false glow to the transfer market with most English Premier League clubs' close-season spending limited to petty cash.