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Everton are poised to announce the club-record signing of Belgium striker Romelu Lukaku on a permanent basis from Premier League rivals Chelsea, British media reports said on Wednesday.Britain's Press Association reported that Lukaku, who spent last season on loan at Everton, will sign a five-year contract and join for a fee of £25 million ($42.2 million, 31.6 millio - Read more:
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Borini: Psychologist helped me Fabio Borini has revealed how teaming up with a sports psychologist helped him become a Barclays Premier League star. The Italian turned to personal mental coach Roberto Civitarese while he was struggling to make a breakthrough at his first professional club, Chelsea. The relationship was revived this season when Borini endured a three-month sabbatical imposed by a broken foot. He told the Press Association: "I think it is a thing that, in modern football, can be really helpful. "I really appreciate talking to psychologists and I will talk to them again. "I opted for it to make something change in what I was doing: I was at Chelsea at the time and I worked with him for almost one year to get the mentality right. "After getting all the mental things right I got my debut in the Premier League. "On the pitch I've had really good results from what I did and it is a special thanks to him because he really helped me in a difficult moment. "It has really helped me because I could s ...
Here is all of Monday's transfer gossip and paper talk... Demba Ba is set to become the first of three Chelsea transfer window signings. Rafa Benitez plans to land the Newcastle striker as well as Metalist Kharkiv midfielder Taison and Corinthians' Paulinho. (Daily Mirror) And Ba will be paid a £2million loyalty bonus by Newcastle once he completes his move to Stamford Bridge. (Daily Mail) Newcastle have agreed a deal to sign defender Mathieu Debuchy from Lille. (Press Association) Sir Alex Ferguson will launch an £8million bid for Crystal Palace wonderkid Wilfried Zaha this week. (Daily Mirror) Arsenal want Theo Walcott's long-term future secured within the next fortnight. (Daily Mail) Liverpool have rubbished claims they have bid £9.5million for Inter Milan star Wesley Sneijder. (The Sun) Real Madrid midfielder Xabi Alonso has admitted he could be heading for a return to the Premier League. The former Liverpool star has 18 months left on his Real contract but talks on a new deal have stalled. (Daily ...
To many people, Andy Carroll may be considered a lumbering, giant centre forward of the old school, but it seems that the statistics do not bear out that theory. The latest Premier League player performance stats from the Press Association actually have two West Ham players at the top of the tree following the clash with Arsenal at Upton Park. And one of them is Carroll who was amazingly heralded as the fastest Premier League player! Carroll reached the staggering speed of 10.49 metres per second at one stage in the game marking him out as the Usain Bolt of the Premier League for that weekend. Also included in the statistics was Hammers star Mark Noble. The midfielder led the way in ground covered while the ball was in play against the Gunners. He managed 10,285 metres, which is around 6.4 miles as he chased the ball around Upton Park to try and get it off Arsenal’s much-heralded midfield. He narrowly beat Morgan Schneiderlin of Southampton to the crown, so it will be interesting to watch the pair of th ...
Magpies bid for Carroll return © Press Association 2011 6:49pm Sunday 15th July 2012 Newcastle have made a sensational approach to Liverpool to bring Andy Carroll back to Tyneside. Press Association Sport understands the Magpies are keen to secure a season-long loan deal for the man they sold to the Reds for £35million in January last year, with a view to sealing a permanent switch. The news comes amid speculation that the 23-year-old is not part of manager Brendan Rodgers' long-term plans. Manager Alan Pardew did not take the opportunity to rule out a possible bid to re-sign the Gateshead-born frontman last week as it emerged that Rodgers might be prepared to allow him to leave Anfield. West Ham were keen to unite him with former Newcastle team-mate Kevin Nolan following their return to the Barclays Premier League, while AC Milan too were credited with an interest in him. The Magpies have no immediate need to strengthen their hand in the striking department, although they spent the early part of the su ...
UEFA COULD CONSIDER RULE CHANGE UEFA are prepared to review the controversial rulethat saw Tottenham miss out on the Champions League in favour of Chelsea,the European governing body's president Michel Platini said on Wednesday. Spurs boss Harry Redknapp branded the rule "unfair" after Tottenham finished fourth in the Premier League but saw their place in the Champions League taken by Chelsea as reigningEuropean champions. Platini said no rule change to the competition could bebrought in for at least threeyears but that UEFA would be prepared to review the regulation. Speaking in Budapest before the FIFA Congress, Platini told the Press Association: "We can always change the rules. We can always discuss the rules, but not during the competition. "We have decided not to change the rules or regulations of the competition for three years. So in three years we can change, that means we will come back if you wish. "Everything can be discussed, the rules, yellow cards, but not during the competition. Perhaps in ...
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