Queens Park Rangers will change from a buying club to a
developing organisation by promoting young talent through
their academy, says chairman Tony Fernandes.
Liverpool striker Daniel Sturridge could make his
long-awaited return from injury in their League Cup
semi-final second leg against Chelsea at Stamford Bridge,
manager Brendan Rodgers said.
Holders Arsenal were made to sweat by Championship side
Brighton and Hove Albion before eventually prevailing 3-2 in
the fourth round of the FA Cup to ensure they did not fall
foul of another upset.
Canterbury United turned on a controlled performance to beat
Southern United 3-1 in the ASB Premiership match played at
the Forsyth Barr Stadium yesterday.
More managers will be sacked in the Premier League and
Football League than ever before if current trends continue,
according to the League Managers Association's (LMA)
It is not easy to maintain momentum, especially when while
sitting on the sidelines last week the sides directly above
Wellington Phoenix coach Ernie Merrick admits the club has
received advances from a Chinese team about Nathan Burns but
has hosed down some of the speculation surrounding any
Football Ferns coach Tony Readings has named an unchanged
squad for next month's tri-series involving Korea and
Australia in Auckland.
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