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Liverpool 4-3 Tottenham: l’entraîneur par intérim des Spurs, Ryan Mason, déclare que “Diogo Jota ne devrait pas être sur le terrain”

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L’entraîneur-chef par intérim de Tottenham, Ryan Mason, a déclaré que “Jota ne devrait pas être sur le terrain” après que l’attaquant ait évité un carton rouge et marqué le vainqueur de la victoire 4-3 de Liverpool à Anfield.

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Scott Wharton: Blackburn Rovers defender sidelined by knee injury

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Blackburn Rovers defender Scott Wharton is expected to miss the majority of next season after suffering a serious knee injury.

The 26-year-old fell awkwardly late on in Sunday’s 3-1 home defeat by fellow Championship strugglers Sheffield Wednesday.

Wharton, the older brother of Crystal Palace midfielder Adam, made 34 appearances in all competitions for Rovers this campaign.

John Eustace’s men are three points above the relegation zone with two matches of the season to play.

“Unfortunately, Scott is going to be out for a number of months. He’s going to be a big miss because he’s been outstanding since I’ve been here,” Eustace told BBC Radio Lancashire.

“He’s going to be out for the majority of next season but he’s got the character and strength to come back from it.”

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Manchester City vise le recrutement de Rafael Leao

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Manchester City ne cache pas son intérêt pour l’attaquant portugais du Milan AC, Rafael Leao. Malgré la récente prolongation de contrat de Leao avec l’AC Milan, le champion d’Europe en titre cherche à renforcer son effectif pour la saison 2024/2025.

Selon des informations récentes, Manchester City serait prêt à offrir la bagatelle de 150 millions d’euros pour l’international portugais. Ce montant serait le minimum acceptable pour que l’AC Milan, dirigé par Stefano Pioli, laisse partir l’un de ses joueurs clés. Même si les performances de Leao ont été moins flamboyantes cette saison que les précédentes, son potentiel tarif de transfert ne semble pas affecté.

Un joueur en vogue

Ces dernières années, plusieurs clubs se sont renseignés sur la disponibilité de Rafael Leao à l’AC Milan. Leao a fait des progrès considérables depuis ses passages au Sporting Lisbonne et à Lille. Rejoindre l’équipe de Pep Guardiola pourrait être une occasion en or pour lui d’élever encore son niveau de jeu. Ce transfert potentiel pourrait également être l’un des moments forts du prochain mercato estival.

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Warne backing Derby’s ‘old bones’ to seal promotion

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Derby County manager Paul Warne is banking on the “crooked old bones” in the dressing room to achieve promotion back to the Championship.

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Steve Clarke on Euros ambition, calm exterior & making dad proud

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“My dad had a good life,” says Steve Clarke of his father Eddie, who passed away earlier this year, a victim of dementia. “He had a long life, gave us a good upbringing. Him and my mum brought up eight children. There’s a bit of him in me and I’d like to think there’s a bit of mum as well.”

Eddie Clarke was a football man and the guiding light of his son’s career. Strict, but ever-present in his boy’s transition from Beith Juniors to St Mirren and onwards to the bright lights of London where he became one of Chelsea’s most respected players.

What would Chelsea give for Clarke’s mental strength in defence right now?

“My dad gave us good standards, good morals, and hopefully we can make him proud,” he adds. “He probably understood that I was manager of Scotland, but then, with the dementia, he didn’t really. I don’t think he was retaining any of the information.

“He saw me through my whole career. He was always there to support me and it’s sad that he didn’t really have a good grasp at the end that his son was manager of Scotland and actually doing OK in the job.”

Recent disappointments apart, Clarke is doing better than OK.

In the latest edition of This Sporting Life he talks about his time in football, from his early days in Scotland to the move to London in his early twenties with a wife and an 18-month old daughter. Big games, big characters and a move into coaching sparked by his late friend, Gianluca Vialli, his then manager at Chelsea.

“That last summer (as a player), Luca said to me, ‘Come on, Clarkie, we go to Bermuda’,” he explains. “We played some golf and he said, ‘Clarkie, you’re going to be a coach.”

He laughs as he recalls how it played out. “So, in the nicest possible way, and probably the one person that I would have accepted it from was Luca, he ended my playing career and sent me on a different road. Probably did me a favour.”

Clarke is on a winless run that has stretched to seven games and he’s in danger of losing a coterie of important players to injury ahead of the Euros, but he remains a rock. Never too high, never too low. Just solid.

And forever thinking. Arresting the run of defeats will occupy his every waking thought right now,

His ability to remain calm no matter what kind of mayhem is crashing around his ears will be put to the test again on 14 June when the eyes of European football will be on him and his team as they face the hosts in Munich. Not far off now. How’s the heart-rate?

“I think the heart’s always going, but the deadpan is always there as well,” he says. “It’s just the way that I conduct myself. For matches, I’ve always tried to be the same. I always try to exude calmness, but I’m maybe not always calm inside.

“I’ll be telling the players we have to play the game, not the occasion. We can’t get carried away too much by the fact it’s an opening game.

“Everyone’s going to feel the emotion, but you have to use the emotion in a positive way. What you can’t do is get overtaken by the emotion and be a little bit of a tourist. We’re there as professionals to do a job and the job is to win the match.”

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FA Cup not sole reason for Coventry missing play-offs – Mark Robins

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The defeat by Hull was a fourth in five Championship games in April as the Sky Blues lost momentum at a crucial point.

They twice equalised after the Tigers went ahead, but had nothing left in the tank following Noah Ohio’s 78th-minute goal.

It means they will not make another trip to Wembley, having also lost the play-off final to Luton Town last season.

“We know why it is,” Robins told BBC CWR. “We can’t afford any injuries at all and when you get those, it has cost us dearly.

“At the end of the day, we’ve had a real go at both competitions. It’s been a brilliant effort from everyone, but we’ve come up just short.”

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Scottish Cup final goes head-to-head with FA Cup final

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The Scottish Cup final between Celtic and Rangers on 25 May will kick off at 15:00 BST, the Scottish FA has confirmed.

The fifth Old Firm meeting of the season will therefore clash directly with the Manchester City v Manchester United FA Cup final, with the BBC providing live TV coverage of both matches.

Last season, the Scottish Cup final moved to a 17:30 start to avoid such an overlap.

Celtic are the cup holders, beating Inverness Caley Thistle in 2023 for a record-extending 41st success in the competition, while Rangers won this season’s League Cup.

The Glasgow rivals have not met in the Scottish Cup final since 2002.

The FA Cup final is an all-Manchester affair for the second year running, with City 2-1 winners last time.

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Thursday’s Scottish Gossip: Rangers, Celtic, Kilmarnock, St Mirren, Aberdeen, Tavernier, Goldson, Pickel, Kvistgaarden, Wales

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Former Rangers manager Steven Gerrard’s Al-Ettifaq are ready to launch an offer to bring 32-year-old Ibrox captain and right-back James Tavernier to the Saudi Arabian club this summer. (Slaati via TeamTalk)external-link

Steven Gerrard is closely monitoring Connor Goldson’s situation at Rangers as the Al-Ettifaq head coach mulls over a possible double swoop on his former club for the 31-year-old centre-half and right-back James Tavernier. (Daily Record)external-link

Trabszonspor are making progress in their bid to sign Rangers left-back Borna Barisic and midfielder John Lundstram, according to reports in Turkey. (The Scotsman)external-link

Rangers are keeping close tabs on St Mirren teenager Ethan Sutherland, who has been linked with Manchester City and Chelsea after the Premier League duo recently sent scouts to watch the 17-year-old as he impressed on the wing and at left-back on loan to Alloa Athletic. (Football Insider)external-link

Celtic have been offered DR Congo defensive midfielder Charles Pickel and the Scottish champions are the Cremonese 26-year-old’s preferred choice despite interest from Championship clubs, including Leeds United and Preston North End. (Football Scotland)external-link

Scotland left-back Greg Taylor, the 26-year-old who is heading into the final year of his Celtic contract, has revealed that talks over a new deal have been put on hold until the end of the season. (Daily Record)external-link

Celtic defender Bosun Lawal is attracting huge interest from Championship and League One clubs in England after the 20-year-old Republic of Ireland youth cap excelled on loan to Fleetwood Town in a new midfield position this season. (Scottish Sun)external-link

Brondby head coach Jesper Sorensen admits that the Danish club could be about to lose Mathias Kvistgaarden, the 22-year-old attacker who attracted Celtic interest in January. (Football Scotland)external-link

Kilmarnock striker Bobby Wales has emerged as a potential summer transfer target for both Torino and Venezia after the 18-year-old impressed with 13 goals in 24 appearances on loan to Alloa Athletic. (Football Scotland)external-link

Aberdeen goalkeeper Kelle Roos, the 31-year-old who is out of contract at the end of the season, says he has been waiting for the appointment of a new manager before making a decision on his Pittodrie future and could wait until he can have talks with Jimmy Thelin on his arrival this summer. (Press & Journal)external-link

Former Celtic and Scotland youth winger Karamoko Dembele is attracting interest from a host of Premier League clubs after the 21-year-old impressed on loan to Blackpool from Stade Brest. (Football Scotland)external-link

Rangers midfielder Jose Cifuentes has finally started a game for Cruzeiro two-and-a-half months after the 25-year-old Ecuador international joined the Brazilian club on loan. (The Herald)external-link

Blackpool and Wycombe Wanderers are both considering six-figure summer bids for 23-year-old Dunfermline Athletic full-back Josh Edwards, for whom the Scottish Championship club rejected a January offer from Barnsley. (Daily Record)external-link

Dunfermline Athletic will get the “right price” if Josh Edwards leaves this summer as English League One clubs circle for the 23-year-old left-back. (The Courier)external-link

Rangers could be set to lose their academy director, Zeb Jacobs, to Feyenoord. (The Herald)external-link

West Ham United have been in talks with former Spain head coach Julen Lopetegui “for months”, with current manager David Moyes’ contract expiring in June. (Mundo Deportivo) – in Spanish)external-link – in Spanish)

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Thursday’s gossip: Toney, Rashford, Casemiro, Sterling, Cucurella, Diomande, Gallagher, Osimhen

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Manchester United are interested in Brentford’s 28-year-old England striker Ivan Toney. (90min)external-link

Manchester United may let 12 players leave this summer, including England forward Marcus Rashford, 26, and 32-year-old Brazil midfielder Casemiro. (Mirror)external-link

Mauricio Pochettino’s future as Chelsea manager could depend on whether he can achieve European qualification for next season. (Times – subscription)external-link

Chelsea may be open to offers from Saudi Arabia for 29-year-old England forward Raheem Sterling, while 25-year-old Spain defender Marc Cucurella could be sold. (Telegraph – subscription)external-link

Newcastle United are leading the race to sign Sporting Lisbon’s 20-year-old Ivory Coast defender Ousmane Diomande, who has a release clause of 80m euros. (A Bola – in Portuguese)external-link

Tottenham are well placed to sign Chelsea’s England midfielder Conor Gallagher, 24, this summer despite interest from Newcastle.(Football Insider)external-link

Napoli’s Nigeria striker Victor Osimhen, 25, is close to joining Paris St-Germain, although Chelsea are also interested. (Il Mattino – in Italian)external-link

Arsenal have been linked with a move for Real Madrid’s France defender Ferland Mendy, 28, while Liverpool, Manchester United and Newcastle are also interested. (L’Equipe – in French)external-link

Aston Villa manager Unai Emery is pushing to sign Athletic Bilbao’s 21-year-old Spain winger Nico Williams. (GiveMeSport)external-link

Villa are monitoring Leeds United’s 22-year-old Dutch winger Crysencio Summerville. (Football Insider)external-link

Tottenham could offer Genoa the chance to sign their on-loan English defender Djed Spence, 23, permanently in exchange for 26-year-old Iceland striker Albert Gudmundsson. (Calcio Mercato – in Italian)external-link

Arsenal are prepared to accept offers of £20-25m for Ghana midfielder Thomas Partey, 30, and are still interested in Aston Villa’s 25-year-old Brazil midfielder Douglas Luiz as a replacement. (Football Insider)external-link

Feyenoord have identified FC Twente manager Joseph Oosting as one of their top managerial targets, should they lose Arne Slot to Liverpool. (Mirror)external-link

West Ham have been in talks with former Spain manager Julen Lopetegui for months, with David Moyes’ contract expiring in June. (Mundo Deportivo – in Spanish)external-link

Newcastle are set to sign Chelsea academy graduate and English defender Lewis Hall, 19, on a permanent deal in the summer. (Football Insider)external-link

Erik ten Hag will face a 25% pay cut as Manchester United manager if he remains as manager, with the club set to miss out on Champions League qualification. (ESPN)external-link

Bayern Munich are considering a move for Germany defender Jonathan Tah but Bayer Leverkusen are keen to extend the 28-year-old’s contract. (Sky Sports Germany) external-link

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Everton 2-0 Liverpool: ‘It’s a game for the people’ – Sean Dyche on Merseyside derby win

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Everton manager Sean Dyche describes their 2-0 Premier League victory at Goodison Park over Merseyside rivals Liverpool as “a game for the people”.

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