Soccer In UK News Headlines
News headlines concerning UK soccer.
Woeful Everton thrashed by Atalanta in Europa League 1 hour ago
Everton are thrashed 5-1 by Atalanta in the Europa League at a less-than-half-full Goodison Park.
Robinho given nine-year prison sentence for rape 3 hours ago
Brazilian footballer Robinho is sentenced to nine years in prison for raping a woman with four other men in a Milan nightclub in 2013.
Arsenal 'get the job done' despite defeat in Cologne 2 hours ago
Arsenal reach the knockout stage of the Europa League as Group H winners despite losing at Cologne.
England defender Stoney out of World Cup qualifiers 7 hours ago
Liverpool's Casey Stoney withdraws from the England squad for their home World Cup qualifiers against Bosnia-Herzegovina and Kazakhstan.
Humiliated under Neville, how Valencia's 'rejects' became title contenders 36 minutes ago
Gary Neville?s time at Valencia included a miserable 7-0 thrashing by Barcelona but, 21 months on, Los Che are emerging as one of the Catalan side?s title rivals.
Lawro's Premier League predictions v rapper Michael Dapaah - aka Big Shaq 5 hours ago
Mark Lawrenson takes on 'Mans Not Hot' star Michael Dapaah - aka Big Shaq - in the next round of Premier League matches.
Sadio Mane: How Senegal's quiet but steely star has shone for club and country 14 minutes ago
How Senegal's quiet but steely Sadio Mane went from Africa Cup of Nations heartbreak to World Cup delight.
'Everton loss leaves a bad taste in the mouth' - Unsworth on 'unacceptable ca... 9 minutes ago
Everton's 5-1 Europa League loss to Atalanta leaves "a bad taste in the mouth" of supporters, says caretaker manager David Unsworth.
Ozil wants £330K a week from Barcelona - gossip 43 minutes ago
Mesut Ozil wants 370,000 euros a week at Barcelona, PSG after Marouane Fellaini, Liverpool interested in Julian Draxler, plus more.
Kits for babies & playing ping pong: how Atalanta are defying the odds 22 Nov 2017 at 2:37pm
Giving out kits to babies and playing the kids in Serie A - how Everton's Europa League opponents Atalanta are winning hearts and minds in Italy.
Dementia and football: Brain injury study to begin in January 2 hours ago
A long-awaited study into the links between heading a football and brain damage will start in January, the Football Association says.
Aberdeen boss McInnes has told club he is staying, says chairman 10 hours ago
Aberdeen boss Derek McInnes has told the club he is not leaving his job, says chairman Stewart Milne.
Ostersunds reach European knockout stage for first time 53 minutes ago
Ostersunds beat Zorya Luhansk to qualify for the knockout stage of European competition for the first time.
Birmingham fans top English arrests for 2016-17 4 hours ago
Birmingham City fans top the arrest list in England's top leagues as the Championship again requires most police action.
Motherwell now a tougher opponent for Celtic - Carl McHugh 2 hours ago
Carl McHugh says Celtic will find Motherwell more difficult opponents in the Scottish League Cup final than they did last season.
McCarthy takes over at Wolves (Mon Jul 24th, 2006)
Former Sunderland and Ireland coach Mick McCarthy has been named as manager of Wolverhampton Wanderers on a 12-month rolling contract, the second division club said on Friday.
Chelsea's Cech confident of recovery for season's start (Thu Jul 13th, 2006)
Chelsea goalkeeper Petr Cech says he is confident of recovering from shoulder surgery in time for the start of the English Premiership champions' title defence in August.
Chelsea to complain to FIFA over Real Madrid approach (Thu Jul 6th, 2006)
Premier league champions Chelsea are asking FIFA to investigate what they describe as an illegal approach by Real Madrid for their Dutch winger Arjen Robben.
Ferdinand ashamed after England exit (Thu Jul 6th, 2006)
England centre-back Rio Ferdinand said he was embarrassed to go out in public following his country's quarter-final exit in a penalty shootout against Portugal.
Aston Villa confirm Hamburg approach for Baros (Thu Jul 6th, 2006)
Germany's Hamburg SV have made a preliminary approach to Aston Villa for Czech striker Milan Baros, the Premier League club said on Wednesday.
Rooney gets FA backing (Thu Jul 6th, 2006)
England striker Wayne Rooney's plea of innocence over his red card will be backed by the Football Association.
Penalty flops were too tired says Crouch (Thu Jul 6th, 2006)
England's abysmal penalty shooting in the World Cup loss to Portugal was due to the players being exhausted playing a man down after the 62nd minute expulsion of Wayne Rooney, according to striker Peter Crouch.
Mostly quiet night for dejected England fans in Gelsenkirchen (Sat Jul 1st, 2006)
A handful of "drunk people" were arrested Saturday night in the aftermath of England's loss to Portugal -- nothing close to the clashes police had feared -- and authorities compared it to nights when the local club team plays.
Eriksson says England defeat hurts (Sat Jul 1st, 2006)
England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson said defeat to Portugal in a World Cup penalty shootout on Saturday was unfair and a painful end to his stint in the job.
Rooney's red card and penalty misses cost England (Sat Jul 1st, 2006)
Sad England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson blamed Wayne Rooney's red card and poor penalty-taking for their World Cup quarter-final exit by Portugal on Saturday.
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