Daily Archives: March 14, 2024

Tim Steidten is looking to bring Graham Potter to West Ham

It’s going to be an interesting summer for West Ham United, particularly if rumours persist that sporting director, Tim Steidten, is pressing ahead with finding a replacement for David Moyes. The Scot guided the Hammers to their third European quarter-final in a row on Thursday thanks to an epic 5-0 win over Freiburg (5-1 on agg), and if he were …

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Gunners want Schulte to replace Aaron Ramsdale

It would appear that Mikel Arteta and Edu are already planning for next season regardless whether Arsenal manage to secure a long-awaited Premier League title in 2023/24. The North Londoners have certainly showed their mettle this season and at the time of writing are at the summit of the English top-flight. Arsenal want Patrick Schulte to replace Aaron Ramsdale With …

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Haise Liverpool, Yamal PSG and more

This article was originally published on the Daily Briefing, a subscription service. If you would like to receive Jonathan Johnson’s exclusive transfer articles via email ahead of publication on caughtoffside.com, please sign-up for the service here: thedailybriefing.io Although we’ve heard a lot about names like Xabi Alonso and Roberto De Zerbi, Lens manager Franck Haise has also been linked as one potential outsider …

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Mohamed Salah becomes first Liverpool player ever to hit landmark

Liverpool were comfortable 6-1 winners against Sparta Praha in the Europa League on Thursday night and the match saw Mohamed Salah make history for the Merseyside club.  The Egypt star added the third goal on the night for Jurgen Klopp’s men and that strike saw the player hit a very impressive landmark. Salah has become the first player in the Premier …

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Patrik Schik scored two goals to help Leverkusen overcome Qarabag

Xabi Alonso has seemingly instilled a winning mentality in his Bayer Leverkusen side, because just when it looked like the German outfit would lose their first match of the season in the Europa League Round of 16 against Qarabag, up popped Patrik Schick with an injury-time double. The visitors had actually taken a two-goal lead in the match, before Jeremie …

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Report – Juventus might ask Rugani to take a pay cut

Juventus is gearing up to extend a new contract offer to Daniele Rugani, acknowledging his commendable attitude and contributions despite often being overlooked for selection. The defender has seen more playing time this season than initially anticipated, consistently delivering solid performances for the black and white side. Max Allegri is pleased with Rugani’s presence in the squad, and Juventus is …

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Seattle Reign to retire Megan Rapinoe’s No. 15 jersey

Megan Rapinoe will go down as one of the best NWSL and U.S. women’s national team players of all-time and the former standout winger is set to receive the highest honor at club level. The Seattle Reign announced Thursday that Rapinoe’s No. 15 jersey will be retired on August 25. Rapinoe becomes the first player in Reign history to have …

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Ajax defender bamboozled by Aston Villa star’s stepovers

Aston Villa are on the brink of qualifying for the quarter-finals of the Europa Conference League as Leon Bailey has made it 2-0 on aggregate with a lovely goal.  The Premier League club came into tonight’s clash knowing a win would send them through to the next round after the first leg finished 0-0 in Amsterdam. Villa opened the scoring …

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Maximilian Beier wanted this summer

With Jurgen Klopp leaving Liverpool at the end of the season, whomever comes in his stead will have a job on their hands to mould the team to their way of working. There are bound to be significant changes, some of which we’re already seeing with the likes of Michael Edwards being enticed back to the club in a more …

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