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ESPN FC News 20 Nov 21:45

West Brom look to Nigel Pearson, Alan Pardew to replace Tony Pulis - sources

Nigel Pearson and Alan Pardew head West Bromwich Albion's shortlist to replace the sacked Tony Pulis, sources have told ESPN FC, with the

ESPN FC News 20 Nov 20:00

Singapore football in mess due to 'appalling' leadership - Steve Darby

Jason Dasey and John Wilkinson discuss the new rule that will make S.League sides more youthful and examine the future of the national team. Singapore's Irfan Fandi discusses his preferred position and looks ahead to his side's Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain. Tampines Rovers and Singapore winger Hafiz Sujad looks ahead to The Lions' Asian Cup qualifier against Bahrain. Hanoi-based ex-Thailand assistant coach Steve Darby has won league titles in Singapore and Malaysia. Twitter: @DarbySteveCoach It is sad to see the perilous state of Singapore football. Forget the FIFA rankings as they are not the key issue. More important is the record of the national teams because professional football is a results' game. We've also seen the decline of the S. League in terms of crowds, sponsors and quality of players. Appalling leadership, including a fixation on an ASEAN Super League that was never going to happen, has seen Singapore go from a leader in Southeast Asia to one of the worst in the region...

ESPN FC News 20 Nov 18:53

Matildas will aim to attack vs. China says coach Alen Stajcic

Australia won the inaugural Tournament of Nations with their third and most decisive victory of the competition over Brazil. Coach Alen Stajcic wants the Matildas to not only overcome China, but beat them in style in Wednesday night's international at Melbourne's AAMI Park. The Australian women's national team will close their accounts for the year with two friendlies this week against the Asian heavyweights in Melbourne and Geelong. A memorable year saw breakthough success in July's Tournament of Nations saw the Matildas defeat the United States, Japan and Brazil in quick succession, becoming the world's number six-ranked...

ESPN FC News 20 Nov 18:10

Richarlison attracting Chinese Super League interest; Ozil back to Schalke?

With the January window on the horizon, there's plenty brewing in the transfer market. All the latest deals and potential deals can be

ESPN FC News 20 Nov 17:45

Singapore midfielder Hariss Harun to benefit from MSL rule at JDT

ESPN FC's Jason Dasey and Dez Corkhill discuss Kelantan's great escape from relegation and prospects for the 2018 season. The Malaysian Super League (MSL) is following Thailand's lead by introducing a squad place for an ASEAN player, in addition to three foreigners and one Asian. After the Football Malaysia LLP (FMLLP) endorsed the change in policy on Sunday, the new rule will come into effect from the 2018 season, and will be in place for at least five years. The previous statute allowed for four foreign players and one from Asia, so the new ruling is very much designed to encourage Malaysian teams to import the...

Ipswich Town – teamtalk.com 16 Nov 21:06

Evandro set for first Hull appearance of the season

Hull midfielder Evandro could make his first appearance of the season in the home game against Ipswich.

The Brazilian has been sidelined since sustaining a hamstring injury in pre-season, but featured in a behind-closed-doors friendly against Bradford during the international break and may be involved.

Michael Hector is available again after his one-game ban and fellow defender Ondrej Mazuch is back in contention after a hamstring injury.

Striker Frazier Campbell sits out a one-match ban after reaching five yellow cards, while Jon Toral (hamstring), Stephen Kingsley (groin), Will Keane (knee) and Abel Hernandez (Achilles) and Ryan Mason (fractured skull) are all still out.

Ipswich midfielder Emyr Huws is expected to be in contention to make his first appearance of the season following an Achilles problem.

Cole Skuse has returned to training following a shin injury, so should also be involved, but fellow midfielder Tom Adeyemi remains sidelined by his hamstring problem.

Defender Tommy Smith is not set to arrive back from international duty with New Zealand until Friday morning, so is not expected to feature, but forward David McGoldrick, whose groin problem ruled him out of contention for the Republic of Ireland, should make the trip to Hull.

Midfielder Teddy Bishop continues his rehabilitation from a groin/hernia problem along with Luke Hyam and Andre Dozzell following their respective knee surgery.

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Ipswich Town – teamtalk.com 6 Oct 10:38

Seven cult teams from the 00s: Leeds, Newcastle, Liverpool

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Ipswich Town – teamtalk.com 27 Sep 15:32

NEW! FIFA 18 Goal of the Day ? Cristiano Ronaldo free-kick

With just days left until FIFA 18 hits the shops, we’re bringing you a new daily feature dedicated to your very best goals scored in the game.

Although the game isn’t released until Friday, there’s already thousands of brilliant goals being uploaded thanks to the demo.

We produce a weekly FIFA Goals of the Week video on our facebook page – and you can check out the latest one here at the bottom of the page.

And now we’re inviting you to get involved by emailing us your best entries. 

All you have to do is upload your clip and send it over in an email for us. Or, if you’ve seen one on YouTube which should make the cut, send us the link.

Send your entries to editor@teamtalk.com for your chance to be featured.

First up, is none other than this year’s cover star, Cristiano Ronaldo, who is seen here scoring a trademark free-kick.



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Ipswich Town – teamtalk.com 27 Sep 14:37

Sunderland boss bemoans another ?kick in the backside?

Simon Grayson bemoaned another “kick in the backside” as Sunderland were hammered 5-2 at Ipswich.

Goals from Martyn Waghorn, Jordan Spence, Bersant Celina, David McGoldrick and Grant Ward gave Mick McCarthy’s side a thumping win, which added to the pressure on his former club.

Billy Jones and Aiden McGeady were on target for the Wearsiders but they remain in the Sky Bet Championship’s bottom three in their first season after relegation from the Premier League.

Town’s first two goals came from set-pieces and Black Cats boss Grayson, now winless in his last eight league games, said: “We gave Ipswich two easy goals and we did not do enough to stop them.

“Our players have to be organised and then we can play, but we have not done that and we are making familiar errors.

“Every time the ball went into the box they looked like they were going to score.

”It’s hugely disappointing and the performance has been a huge kick in the backside.

“We tried to make chances to make things happen but the decisions we are making are not working.

“We have got to make sure we do what is required and we have got to do it all collectively.”

Waghorn and Jones traded early goals with headers from corners but Town took control as Spence scored in similar fashion and Celina and McGoldrick made it 4-1.

McGeady’s brilliant curler gave Sunderland hope but they could make no further inroads and substitute Ward netted a late fifth after lovely work by McGoldrick.

McCarthy pleased with Tractor Boys

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McCarthy enjoyed watching his side become the top scorers in the Championship, with 19 goals, but claimed no personal credit for the performance.

The 58-year-old was sacked by the Black Cats in March 2006 en route to relegation from the top flight with a then-record low of 15 points.

He said: “It was great but nothing to do with me – I don’t know quite what happened to be quite honest.

“It was lovely and I thoroughly enjoyed it. We don’t score five, do we?

“I said to the players beforehand when I saw it, I just thought Garner, Bersant, McGoldrick and Waghorn would be better than their front four and they all played very well.

“I thought (Cole Skuse) was terrific, and Tom Adeyemi. I was really pleased, it was a good performance.

“We could have had more; they blocked it on the line and the keeper has made saves. I thought it was an outstanding attacking performance.

“I try to set teams up to win all the while and to play well … it was nice and it worked tonight for us.”

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Ipswich Town – teamtalk.com 23 Sep 17:45

Leeds win again to maintain lead at Championship summit

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Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Ipswich Town | BBC 28 Jun 19:03

Ipswich sign Cardiff midfielder Huws

Ipswich Town sign midfielder Emyr Huws from Championship rivals Cardiff City, while goalkeeper Dean Gerken agrees a new deal.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Ipswich Town | BBC 26 Jun 15:27

Ipswich close in on Huws & Celina

Ipswich Town have a bid accepted for Cardiff's Emyr Huws and hope to conclude a deal for Manchester City's Bersant Celina.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Ipswich Town | BBC 21 Jun 10:00

Championship fixtures in full

Find out your team's fixtures in the Championship during the 2017-18 season.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Ipswich Town | BBC 16 Jun 20:39

Ipswich sign Garner from Rangers

Championship side Ipswich Town sign striker Joe Garner from Rangers for an undisclosed fee on a three-year deal.

Latest Stories, Video, and Commentary about Ipswich Town | BBC 16 Jun 15:19

Sunderland to play Bury in EFL Cup

Sunderland will travel to Bury in the EFL Cup first round following their relegation from the Premier League.

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