25 Players Who Could Lead Team GB to Gold at London 2012 Olympics

Despite yesterday’s farce emanating from Wembley towers, players from all four home nations will be eligible to play for the men’s British football team at the 2012 Olympics in London. We look at some of the contenders.

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The British Olympic Association says footballers from all the home nations will be allowed to play at the Olympics.

Despite the football associations of Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland not giving the players their consent, they can do nothing to stop them playing.

Liverpool Set for £10m Celtic Star Bid as Move for Charlie Adam Stutters

Anfield side plan Glasgow raid.

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Liverpool are preparing a swoop for Celtic star Ki Sung-Yeung in the event of a deal for Blackpool midfielder Charlie Adam falling through.
The Reds have attempted to finalise a deal for the Scotland international this week, but with the transfer making slow progress and Tottenham reportedly ready to renew their interest, Kenny Dalglish is preparing to turn his attentions to the 22-year-old South Korean.
Despite his age Sung-Yeung has already represented his country 38 times and is central to Celtic boss Neil Lennon’s plans making 34 appearances for the club last season.

Top 25 Managers In Europe In The 2010/11 Season

Having looked at the sexiest and ugliest players, the best teenagers and strikers and the most disappointing, here is our list of the greatest managers from Europe’s top divisions this season.

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25. Ralf Rangnick (Schalke)

He may have only taken over the role in March but steered the club away from relegation and into a Champions League semi-final. Despite losing to Manchester United they did eliminate the holders Inter Milan.


Liverpool Switch Sights To Celtic Star After Being Rebuffed By Newcastle United

Anfield boss wants Celtic Park hero following bid rejection by St James’ Park.

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Liverpool will turn their sights on Celtic defender Emilio Izaguirre after having a £4million bid for Newcastle United defender Jose Enrique rejected.

Red’s manager Kenny Dalglish has had a left-back high on his list of priorities since returning to the club in January.

His offer for Enrique was turned down by Toon Army boss Alan Pardew as it falls short of their valuation for the player, who they believe is worth closer to £15million.