Day: June 4, 2018

Darren Ferguson resigns as Doncaster Rovers manager

Darren Ferguson has resigned as manager of Doncaster Rovers after three seasons in charge. The 46-year-old announced his decision in a statement released by the League Managers Association, with the club yet to make any comment. The statement read: “Following recent discussions and meetings with the board I have decided to resign from my position […]

Canadian GP: Daniel Ricciardo to be hit with grid penalties

Monaco GP victor Daniel Ricciardo will be hit with multiple grid penalties at the upcoming Canadian GP. Two weeks after claiming victory in F1’s showpiece event despite a crippling loss of power from his Renault engine, the Red Bull driver – third in the world championship behind Lewis Hamilton and Sebastian Vettel – is set […]

Scott Pruitt sent an aide on an errand to buy a Trump hotel mattress

Democrats on the House Oversight Committee released a letter Monday highlighting how a close aide to Environmental Protection Agency Administrator Scott Pruitt helped him secure housing and personal items. The aide, Millan Hupp, acknowledged that one of the tasks was finding an “old mattress” for Pruitt from the Trump International Hotel, while she was on […]

Javier Pastore’s wage demands could scupper West Ham move

Javier Pastore’s move to West Ham is unlikely to happen at this stage due to the Paris Saint-Germain midfielder’s wage demands, according to Sky sources. Sky Sports News understands the 28-year-old is currently asking for wages up to £190,000-a-week. West Ham are keen to bring Pastore to the club and remain in talks over a […]

Salford release former New Zealand international Manu Vatuvei

Salford have released former New Zealand international Manu Vatuvei from the five months remaining on his contract. Vatuvei, who turned 32 in March, joined the Red Devils in July and played in the last eight matches of their 2017 campaign but severely damaged his Achilles tendon in a freak training accident a week before the […]

Steph Houghton key to England Women World Cup bid, says Phil Neville

England Women manager Phil Neville says Steph Houghton’s absence from their World Cup qualifier will be felt, as he stressed the importance of the captain’s availability for the tournament, should the Lionesses seal a spot at France 2019. It was revealed on Monday the Manchester City defender will miss Friday’s qualifier against Russia, in order […]