Man U planning to fund Ronaldo or Bale purchase by selling Di Maria

Man U planning to fund Ronaldo or Bale purchase by selling Di MariaLondon, Nov 20 : Manchester United are reportedly ready to sell their new star winger Angel di Maria to Paris Saint Germain (PSG) in order to fund a transfer deal for Real Madrid's Cristiano Ronaldo or Gareth Bale.

Rooney admits to sneaking into Anfield away end to cheer on Arsenal

Rooney admits to sneaking into Anfield away end to cheer on ArsenalLondon, Nov 19 : Wayne Rooney has revealed that how he once crept into rivals Liverpool's stadium to watch his childhood friend Francis Jeffers play for Arsenal.

The 29-year-old footballer said that he has done it with Everton, at Ibrox and at Anfield, watching Liverpool vs Arsenal as an away fan, when Franny Jeffers was there, the Mirror reported.

Rooney scores brace during Scotland win to inch towards Charlton's record

London, November 19 - Wayne Rooney scored a brace to guide England to a comfortable victory in a friendly match against Scotland at Celtic Park.

Manchester United striker has thus come closer to Sir Bobby Charlton's all-time England record of 49 goals. Rooney has now 46 international goals with netting brace against Scotland, who were hoping to hold back Hodgson's team from victory after Andrew Robertson had pulled one back, the BBC reported.

Di Maria keen to dump Man U for PSG 'one day'

Angel Di MariaLondon, Nov 17 : Manchester United winger Angel Di Maria, who moved to Old Trafford earlier this summer, has hinted that he wants to play for Paris St. Germain.

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The United ace had been heavily linked with a move to the Parc des Princes before his switch to Old Trafford. PSG boss Laurent Blanc was reportedly preparing a bid in the region of 50 million pounds for the 26-year-old, who moved to United for a British transfer record fee of 60 million pounds.

2018, 2022 WC bidding likened to 'Wild West'

2018, 2022 WC bidding likened to 'Wild West'London, Nov 17 : Former Sports Minister Sir Hugh Robertson has revealed that he was informed the bidding for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups had been like a 'Wild West' process.

Robertson, who had been part of England's attempt to host the 2018 event, which was awarded to Russia in 2010 while at the same time Qatar won the vote for 2022, said that one of the England bid team told him that there were no rules.

Ferguson no longer has stomach for his legendary 'hairdryer' treatment

Alex FergusonLondon, Nov 17 : Coaching icon and former Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson has given up his legendary hairdryer treatment and claims that he has mellowed and no longer gets so worked up watching his ex- club loose after 18 months of retirement.

ISL: Goa keen to maintain winning run against Mumbai

Mumbai - Following a resounding victory over Delhi Dynamos FC, the struggling FC Goa would be looking forward to keep up their new-found winning momentum when they clash with Mumbai City FC in an Indian Super League match here on Monday.

Goa's thumping 4-1 victory over Delhi, whom they had beaten at home too earlier in the tournament, should act as a tonic when they lock horns with Mumbai who drew their previous away game against Kerala Blasters without conceding a goal in Kochi.

Rooney helps England avoid blushes against underdogs Slovenia in 100th appearance

Wayne RooneyLondon, Nov 16 - England captain Wayne Rooney, who played his 100th game for the national team, helped his side survive a scare against underdogs Slovenia as they came from behind to record their fourth win from four matches in the Euro 2016 qualifying campaign.

Ronaldo beats Tomasson's European Championship football goals record

London, Nov 15 - Portuguese star forward Cristiano Ronaldo beat Denmark's Jon Dahl Tomasson's European Championship goals record as Portugal beat Armenia in group I by 1-0.

According to the Guardian, the Real Madrid forward took his tally in qualifying and tournament matches to 23, passing Tomasson's total with a close-range finish on 71 minutes.

Portugal are a point behind Denmark, who won 3-1 in Serbia with two goals from the ex-Arsenal striker Nicklas Bendtner.

Moyes says La Liga far superior to Premier League in terms of quality

David MoyesLondon, November 14 : Former Manchester United manager David Moyes has described La Liga as a better tournament than the Premier League.

Moyes stated that he had turned down offers from clubs in the Premier League, and admitted that Real Sociedad has given him an opportunity to compete against the best, as he believes La Liga contains the finest players and great coaches to test himself against the finest ones, The BBC reported.

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