Friday, 14 July 2017

British star Ayesha Raymond signs for WWE tournament

Ayesha Raymond becomes the second British competitor to sign up for WWE's 32-woman tournament.


Ayesha Raymond becomes the second British competitor to sign up for WWE's 32-woman tournament.
British wrestler Ayesha Raymond has signed with WWE, Sky Sports can reveal.
The London-born competitor has signed up for next month's Mae Young Classic, a 32-woman tournament attempting to find the next generation of female talent.

Ross Barkley's future at Everton remains unclear, admits Ronald Koeman

Ross Barkley did not travel with Everton to Tanzania
Ronald Koeman has admitted Everton midfielder Ross Barkley's future remains unclear.
The Toffees boss has repeatedly warned the 23-year-old that if he did not sign a new deal this summer he would have to be sold given his current contract expires next year, yet Barkley has not penned fresh terms and is still an Everton player.

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Real Madrid have announced the signing of midfielder Dani Ceballos from Real Betis.

Real Madrid sign Dani Ceballos from Real Betis
Dani Ceballos was awarded player of the tournament at Euro 2017
Ceballos, 20, has become one of the most coveted players across Europe, having helped Spain reach the European Under-21 Championship final in Poland and winning the player of the tournament award.

Monday, 10 July 2017

Top five world record transfers


  • £89m - Paul Pogba - Juventus to Manchester United, 2016
  • £86m - Gareth Bale - Tottenham to Real Madrid, 2013
  • £80m - Cristiano Ronaldo - Manchester United to Real Madrid, 2009
  • £75.3m - Gonzalo Higuain - Napoli to Juventus, 2016
  • £75m - Luis Suarez - Liverpool to Barcelona, 2014; Romelu Lukaku - Everton to Manchester United, 2017
Top five British transfer records
  • £75m - Romelu Lukaku - Everton to Manchester United, 2017
  • £50m - Fernando Torres - Liverpool to Chelsea, 2011
  • £47.5m - John Stones - Everton to Manchester City, 2016
  • £44m - Raheem Sterling - Liverpool to Manchester City, 2015
  • £37.1m - Juan Mata - Chelsea to Manchester United, 2014

Monday, 3 July 2017

Rooney still on Everton radar

Everton have not ruled out a deal to bring Wayne Rooney back to Goodison Park, Sky sources understand.
The 31-year-old is likely to leave Manchester United this summer, having found opportunities limited under Jose Mourinho last season.
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John Terry has been answering SSNHQ's questions in his first Aston Villa press conference...

TERRY PRESSER 
Here's John Terry's first Aston Villa press conference, where he answers questions as to why he didn't join a Premier League side...
Why Aston Villa?
"The club speaks for itself. Thye've got great support here. It's a club that deserves to be in the Premier League. Steve being Steve has pursuaded me to come, and I'm delighted, because I still want to continue playing. I'm 36 and that hunger to play week in, week out and fight is still there."