8:24 AM EST, Fri January 18, 2019
The Sun

Sam Allardyce does not want to become new Huddersfield boss after David Wagner sacking

SAM ALLARDYCE has ruled himself out of the Huddersfield Town job after David Wagner’s sacking left the Terriers bottom of the Premier League. The club announced they had parted ways with the German after four years in charge with Huddersfield stewing in the relegation zone, eight points from safety. Allardyce was among the names linked with […]

Sport Mole

Huddersfield are doomed – even I couldn’t save them, says Sam Allardyce

The Terriers are searching for a new manager after the departure of David Wagner.

Sport Mole

Who next as Huddersfield hunt for David Wagner’s successor?

Sam Allardyce and David Moyes are the early favourites to replace David Wagner.

The Sun

Vlasic mocks parent club Everton for trying to be Spurs and blasts Allardyce tactics as ‘awful’

NIKOLA VLASIC has taken aim at former Everton manager Sam Allardyce as he questioned whether his tactics could even be classed as football. Vlasic is currently on loan at CSKA Moscow scoring seven goals in 20 games – including a Champions League strike against Real Madrid. The 21-year-old joined Everton last season, though he played […]

northwales

On loan Everton player slams former boss Sam Allardyce

Nikola Vlasic, currently at CSKA Moscow, says the football played by the ex-England manager was awful

Royal Blue Mersey

Brands lifeline for Kenwright at Everton

Chairman was on his way out before this season It was plain for the fans to see last season - Everton’s first ever Director of Football Steve Walsh and first Ronald Koeman then Sam Allardyce appeared to take over all transfer dealings, and Club Chairman Bill Kenwright’s demotion from all matters football looked complete. His role in the Blues’ longest trophy drought in the club’s proud history has come under increasing scrutiny in recent years, and when deputy chairman Jon Woods and shareowner Arthur Abercromby sold their stake to Farhad Moshiri, it even looked like he was about to...

stokesentinel

Stoke City new manager: Five contenders to replace Gary Rowett assessed with Nathan Jones favourite

David Moyes and Sam Allardyce are among the other names tipped to take over from Gary Rowett

Royal Blue Mersey

Silva unfazed by Allardyce’s latest insignificant babbling

Blues current manager not a fan of former manager’s opinions Marco Silva has not been a fan of Sam Allardyce for a long time now, stretching back to before Big Sam became the Everton manager midway through last season. Now Allardyce has been talking about the Blues again while in his punditry role and Silva cares even less about his thoughts. Speaking to talkSPORT over the weekend, the one-game England manager said - “You can talk about playing it out from the back and attractive football, but you will never survive, as Ronald Koeman and Roberto Martinez learned. They all played...

Royal Blue Mersey

Lookman: I’m happy to be back at Everton

Blues forward says he is better for Leipzig experience, but added claims he is unhappy on Merseyside are wide of the mark Everton forward Ademola Lookman has dismissed reports that he is unhappy at the Blues, and feels ready to contribute more to Marco Silva’s side. Lookman was loaned to German club RB Leipzig last January after a reportedly uneasy relationship with then-manager Sam Allardyce, and after impressing in the Bundesliga, was the subject of a big from the Bundesliga outfit in the summer. But speaking to the Liverpool ECHO, Lookman said that, while he is grateful for the...

stokesentinel

Four rumours about a Stoke City vacancy that doesn’t even exist as David Moyes whispers continue

David Moyes, Sam Allardyce, Carlos Carvalhal and Slavisa Jokanovic all linked with replacing Gary Rowett

Royal Blue Mersey

Analyzing Everton’s financial results: New stadium spending, cost of sacking Allardyce & Koeman and the resultant loss

The numbers make for some interesting reading after a turbulent 12 months Everton’s latest financial results, released on Tuesday morning, offer a fascinating insight into the true cost of what has been an eventful year both on and off the pitch. The club will understandably highlight the positives, particularly a record turnover of £189m, a 10% increase on last year. That was driven by a 45% increase in gate receipts, sponsorship, advertising and merchandising revenue. Healthy season ticket and matchday ticket sales, Europa League football and new sponsorship deals with SportPesa and...

PRESS CONFERENCE: STOKE, SIGURDSSON, KLAASSEN

Sam Allardyce faces the media at USM Finch Farm as Everton prepare for Saturday's trip to Stoke City.

EITC30: ALLARDYCE VISITS JAMES GREENOP FOUNDATION

Ahead of Everton in the Community's 30th anniversary, Blues manager met Russ Greenop who, along with family and friends, set up TJGF after his son, 10-year-old Evertonian James, was tragically killed in a road traffic accident in 2013. The Foundation now