Some highlights of recent headlines:

Premier League dressingrooms draw Sir Alex Ferguson’s fire: Sir Alex Ferguson has called on the Premier League to introduce new rules regarding the size of dressing rooms.

Sami Hyypia to leave Liverpool after a decade: Sami Hyypia will end his 10year stay at Liverpool this summer after agreeing to join Bayer Leverkusen.  Sad to see a real servant of the club moving on.

Dirk Kuyt always in Liverpool’s first XI says Rafael Benitez: Rafael Benitez says Dirk Kuyt will always be guaranteed a place in his first XI.

Top flight to tighten owner test: The Premier League is to tighten its rules for club owners in response to a series of government questions over the top-flight’s self-regulatory powers.

Premier League plans quota system to increase number of ‘homegrown’ players: Premier League clubs could receive financial rewards for nurturing English talent and may adopt a quota system.

Cristiano Ronaldo’s conduct earns rebuke from Manchester United teammates: Cristiano Ronaldo’s display of dissent reportedly earned him dressingroom rebuke from Manchester United teammates.

Ronaldo’s Real Madrid deal ‘is on’: 1 July is D-Day in Real Madrid’s pursuit of Cristiano Ronaldo.

Manchester’s FC United ‘do a Radiohead’ over ticket prices: Unibond League side FC United have told fans to name their own season ticket price in bid to make up cash shortfall.

Ex-England star Paul Gascoigne says football clubs should not ban players from drinking: Former England star Paul Gascoigne says football clubs should not stop players from drinking after Tottenham’s booze ban and reveals 2008 was “a bad year”.

Coppell resigns as Reading boss: Steve Coppell steps down as Reading manager after the 2-0 defeat by Burnley denied the Royals a place in the Championship play-off final.  Sad but probably the right decision for him and Reading.

Chris
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Married to the amazing Sarah and raising Jakey, Daniel, Amelia, Josh & Jonah in our blended family. Passionate for Jesus, social work & sport.

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