- Sat Oct 7 10:30 PM
Swansea, West Brom, Watford and Leicester are among the teams who have shown an interest in taking the Portuguese
- Fri Oct 6 1:32 PM
FORMER Juventus striker Amauri has revealed that Francesco Guidolin pulled out a GUN and aimed it at his team when he was playing for him in Italy. The Italian manager, who lasted just 25 matches in charge of Swansea City in 2016, was in charge at Palermo in 2006 when the incident took place. Ama...
- Fri Oct 6 11:51 AM
Former Swansea manager Francesco Guidolin brought a rifle into Palermo's dressing room and 'aimed it' at players in order to inspire them before a match, claims Amauri.
- Fri Oct 6 8:12 AM
FORMER Juventus striker Amauri has revealed that Francesco Guidolin pulled out a GUN and aimed it at his players. The Italian manager, who lasted just 25 matches in charge of Swansea City in 2016, was in charge at Palermo in 2006 when the incident took place. Amauri, who spent three seasons at Ju...
- Thu Oct 5 6:52 AM
A new TV deal would see a percentage of the global revenue divided based on league position but no vote was taken due to a lack of support
- Tue Oct 3 6:15 PM
The Premier League’s twenty clubs will discuss a new proposal that would change the way they receive money from overseas broadcasting deals.
- Tue Oct 3 4:33 PM
The guys talk about Toronto FC's stellar season and challenges of a short window between Mexican seasons. LAFC president Tom Penn calls in to talk about building his squad. Bob Bradley "doesn't have anything to prove" on his return to management with Los Angeles FC, with the man key to his MLS re...
- Tue Oct 3 1:05 PM
Sky Sports has added seven more Sky Bet EFL fixtures to its live schedule for November and December, with some of the Championship's in-form teams on show.
- Tue Oct 3 10:42 AM
It is a year to the day since the Welsh side sacked head coach Francesco Guidolin and made former United States coach Bob Bradley the first American to manage in the Premier League.
- Tue Oct 3 10:06 AM
Former Swansea boss Bob Bradley "doesn't have anything to prove" on his return to management, with the man key to his Los Angeles Football Club appointment believing anti-American prejudice was partly to blame for his struggles.
- Tue Oct 3 9:09 AM
Courtney Baker-Richardson signed for Swansea this summer. Just 0.012 percent of players in the organised youth game make it into Premier League, according to Michael Calvin's new book, "No Hunger in Paradise." But the story of Swansea striker Courtney Baker-Richardson is surely enough to restore...