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Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson will retire at season's end, ending his illustrious 26-year stint with the club.

Ferguson has contemplated retirement multiple times in the past, but it appears that he is finally set to go. After endless trophies, which includes winning the BPL 13 times and the Champions League twice, and overall success with the club, Ferguson will be stepping down and potentially be replaced by Everton's David Moyes.
Source: The Times
Wed, May 8, 2013 09:04:00 AM

Lassana Diarra has been ruled out of Euro 2016 because of a knee injury earning Manchester United midfielder Morgan Schneiderlin a reprieve.

Schneiderlin was named in Didier Deschamps pre-tournament squad but failed to make the cut: "It's time for me to leave the camp and to be back home with my family and friends," revealed the 26-year-old following the news of his omission. However, the French Federation confirmed on Tuesday that his international teammate Diarra was withdrawn from group after expressing concerns about his ‘inability to compete [in the Euros] to the best of his ability’ and a decision was taken to replace the Olympic Marseille player of the year nominee. Diarra has been struggling with an ongoing knee problem which restricted his involvement to just 45 minutes in the recent friendly win over Cameroon. The hosts kick off the 2016 European Championship in the opener against Romania on June 10.
Source: UEFA.com
Jun 1 - 4:03 AM

Martin O’Neill has gambled on James McCarthy and Robbie Keane being fit for the Euro 2016 group matches after naming the pair in his 23-man squad.

McCarthy suffered a muscular strain on the final day of the Premier League season, but he has started light sessions and is making steady progress. Keane on the other hand picked up a calf injury in training on Saturday and his availability for the opener versus Sweden on June 13 hangs in the balance. "Robbie thinks that he could be [fit for the first game]. If it's not, he thinks he'll be fit for the second game. That's the thoughts at this minute. But I'm not a doctor. He is the captain of the side," said O'Neill. Shay Given was also named in the squad following a season blighted by injury, but a thigh problem was enough to keep AFC Bournemouth midfielder Harry Arter out of this summers’ tournament.
Source: BT Sport
Jun 1 - 4:25 AM

Leicester City midfielder Danny Drinkwater did not make the final cut for England's national team at the Euros this summer.

England national team coach left the Leicester standout off the final 23-man roster along with injured Manchester City midfielder Fabian Delph and Newcastle winger Andros Townsend. Drinkwater had just made his first England cap during the past season and featured in England's latest friendlies, but did not do enough in Hodgson's mind to earn a spot on the final team ahead of a recently-fit Jack Wilshere and Jordan Henderson. Meanwhile, forwards Daniel Sturridge and Marcus Rashford each made the team with the tournament set to start in 10 days.
Source: Sky Sports
Jun 1 - 1:01 AM

Chris Coleman has named Joe Ledley in his 23-man Wales squad, just 24-days after the Crystal Palace midfielder suffered a fractured fibula in the Premier League.

Ledley joined his international teammates in a pre-tournament training camp in Portugal and even though he trained away from the main group, Coleman was sufficiently impressed to include the 29-year-old in his European Championship squad. "Joe looks very good," said Coleman. "He trained on the grass and the work he has put in is incredible and he looks good. With the injury he has had he is ahead of his work in his rehab. We will assess him and we will know more in the next week. But at the moment I think he has a good chance of playing against Slovakia."
Source: UEFA.com
May 31 - 4:51 PM

Manchester United midfielder Bastian Schweinsteiger has been included in Germany’s 23-man Euro 2016 squad.

The 31-year-old made a timely return to full training following his recovery from a knee ligament injury. Despite playing less than two hours of top flight football in the calendar year, Joachim Löw kept faith in his skipper who guided Die Mannschaft to World Cup glory in 2014. However, the news wasn’t so good for Marco Reus who was axed from the squad on his 27th birthday because of concerns over his fitness. The Borussia Dortmund star enjoyed an excellent domestic season but is struggling with a groin problem. "The medical staff could not give a clear prognosis for Marco," revealed the German boss. "He has massive injury problems and they were very sceptical about his ability to last through the coming weeks and such a gruelling tournament."
Source: Daily Mail
May 31 - 4:29 PM

Harry Arter has lost his battle to overcome a thigh injury and will not feature at this summers’ European Championships in France.

The AFC Bournemouth midfielder has been dogged by injury throughout 2015/16 but appeared to be winning his battle for fitness after shrugging off hip and Achilles issues. However, this latest setback ended any hopes of making Martin O’Neill’s 23-man Republic of Ireland squad and the 26-year-old left his countries training camp in Cork on Monday.
Source: BBC Sport
May 31 - 4:39 PM

Young Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford has been included in England's squad for the European Championships in France this summer.

Just about everything that could go write for Rashford has since his introduction in the Europa League earlier in 2016. He scored twice on his debut. He then starred again against Arsenal in his first Premier League start with two goals and an assist. He ended the season with five league goals and two assists in eleven starts. That earned him a new four-year contract at Manchester United and a place in England's 23-man squad for the Euros in France this summer. Don't bet against him making an impression at some point in the tournament. It's been that sort of year for the youngster.
Source: espnfc.com
May 31 - 11:21 AM

The England U21 squad was victorious over hosts France in the finals of the Toulan tournament with Chelsea teammates Lewis Baker and Ruben Loftus-Cheek providing the goals in the 2-1 win.

Chelsea's youth set-up has been an exciting group to watch for a couple of seasons now. With Nathan Ake already making their mark as starters on loan in the Premier League and Ruben Loftus-Cheek playing on the fringes of the Chelsea first team, there are high hopes for the current crop of Chelsea kids. With Blues at the core of the Toulan winners, supporters will be hoping that Antonio Conte is more focused on promoting youngsters than his predecessor. Other Premier League players - Calum Chambers, Jordan Pickford, Matt Targett, Duncan Watmore, Nathan Redmond and James Ward-Prowse also featured in the win.
Source: BBC Sport
May 31 - 11:29 AM

Manchester United's in-house television station, MUTV, has reported that Michael Carrick has signed a one year contract to stay at Old Trafford.

With his health and effectiveness waning, there has been plenty of speculation about Carrick's future. The question of whether he will be staying has now been settled with the signing of his new contract. What is certainly up in the air is how much he will play. Jose Mourinho is surely going to use Morgan Schneiderlin more than Louis Van Gaal did but who partners the Frenchman in holding midfield remains to be seen. Carrick, Schweinsteiger and Fellaini are all candidates but none seem likely to be high on Mourinho's list of options. Look for a new signing unless Mourinho fancies Daley Blind in the role.
Source: espnfc.com
May 31 - 10:07 AM

Gary Cahill and Daniel Sturridge have returned to full training with the England national team after missing the past week.

Sturridge has yet to feature for the Three Lions in the team's pre-Euro friendlies over the past two weeks due to a calf injury while Cahill was held out of action against Australia due to a hip complaint. But Sturridge's place in the final squad could be in danger with Marcus Rashford impressing in his debut on Friday with a goal in the first three minutes. Meanwhile, Ryan Bertrand was held out of training as he receives treatment for a knock while Fabian Delph looks to miss out on the tournament due to injury.
Source: Sky Sports
May 31 - 2:33 AM

Defensive woes deepen for Belgium coach Marc Wilmots after Nicolas Lombaerts and Dedryck Boyata were omitted from the Red Devils European Championship squad.

Lombaerts has been struggling since earlier this month due to an ongoing hamstring problem and Wilmots today made the decision to axe the Zenit Saint-Petersburg defender in favour of the uncapped Christian Kabasele. International teammate Boyata is another who will be leaving the Belgium camp after suffering an unspecified muscular problem in training on Monday - the pair join captain Vincent Kompany on the sidelines who recently underwent thigh surgery. However, with Jan Vertonghen, Toby Alderweireld, Jason Denayer and Thomas Vermaelen still at his disposal, Wilmots will not be panicking just yet: "It's not too bad after all," revealed the 47-year-old.
Source: beIN Sports
May 30 - 5:00 PM





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