Soccer - Saturday 14 January, 2017
Spurs comfortably beat the Baggies at White Hart Lane this afternoon.
Sir Alex Ferguson and Brian Clough are also included but the Manchester City boss was unable to make his way onto the list.
Meanwhile, Cork City’s Mark McNulty won Goalkeeper of the Year.
Plus, Sam Allardyce to get his first Crystal Palace win at West Ham.
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Plus, why John Stones needs to start maturing fast as he prepares to return to his former club.
The Reds boss insists he is “100 per cent” positive ahead of Sunday’s clash, and urges his team to bounce back from the Southampton loss.
Gary O’Toole chats to The42 about his acclaimed initiative.
Plus, who will get PFA Player and Young Player of the Year?
Soccer - Friday 13 January, 2017
There’s along way to go but things are looking up for the Yorkshire club.
The WNL Player of the Year is moving to Scotland.
Premier League PFA Player of the Year Riyad Mahrez is among the footballers to feature in our list.
Plus, all the fixture details for tomorrow’s rugby and football action.
The striker, who already has 14 goals to his name this season, is understood to have fallen out with his manager.
Jeffrey Schlupp has agreed a four-and-a-half-year deal at Selhurst Park after completing a medical.
Pere Gratacos has been removed from his post at the club.
The pair have joined Preston North End in the Championship after impressing for Dundalk.
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Patrice Evra could also be on his way back to England.
The French club have already had a bid rejected for the forward.
Mark Hughes revealed today that the attacker is set to undergo knee surgery and he could consequently miss the Wales game.
The Manchester City defender has come under fire at times this season, but the England international is taking everything in his stride
Darren Fletcher has dismissed the myth that he and Roy Keane did not get along at Manchester United.
The 22-year-old Dubliner has signed a deal that will keep him with Doncaster Rovers until the summer of 2019.
The world-record signing is aware of the significance of the weekend’s clash, putting it ahead of his team’s traditional grudge match against City
The Ivorian is prepared to follow in Ronaldo’s footsteps and join the Brazilian outfit.
Soccer - Thursday 12 January, 2017
John Sheridan has made a swift return to management after leaving Notts County recently.
Ryan Manning caught the eye again for QPR tonight.
Holding a 3-0 first leg lead, a Cristiano Ronaldo-less side looked set for defeat.
His failure to steer the Three Lions to the 1994 World Cup meant his tenure ended amid acrimony.
Born in a Stockholm suburb to Eritrean parents, the player hit 10 goals in 24 matches in his debut season at AIK in 2016.
Phil Kirkbride, the Liverpool Echo’s Everton FC correspondent, chats to The42 about the Ireland midfielder.
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Plus, Jonathan Sexton and Jamie Heaslip have been included for Leinster’s Champions Cup clash with Montpellier.
Figures from Uefa show that European rugby is in rude health.
The superb form of Noelle Murray and Leanne Kiernan has been recognised by the WNL.
Man United have sold the midfielder for a fee that could rise to €27 million.
The 34-year-old is taking over at Notts County.
Ossie Ardiles is not surprised with reports linking the midfielder with a move to La Liga.
Former Aston Villa boss, who died today aged 72, had a huge impact on McGrath’s life and career.
'He was like a brother to me. I love you Graham': Elton John leads the tributes to much-loved Taylor
The former England, Aston Villa and Watford manager has passed away at the age of 72.