June 23, 2024

Latest news on EUROPE

Lampard returns as caretaker boss at Chelsea

The club's record goalscorer and fans' favourite previously spent 19 months as manager at Stamford Bridge before being dismissed in January 2021.

The EPL's fired dozen

Of the 20 who started the season, 12 have since been forced out as the season progresses with club owners demanding results.

Potter shown the door at Chelsea

The club further confirmed that Bruno Saltor will take charge as Interim Head Coach.

Brendan Rogers fired by Leicester

Leicester won the Premier League title in 2015-16 against all the odds but are now in danger of the drop after nine seasons in the top flight.

Mouthwatering fixtures across Europe as leagues resume

Fans in Kenya will certainly have their eyes cast on the English Premier League, and undoubtedly two fixtures – Arsenal v Leeds and Man City v Liverpool.

Ferguson, Wenger inducted into Premier League Hall of Fame

Ferguson, who led Manchester United to 13 Premier League titles, and Wenger, a three-time champion with Arsenal, routinely locked horns during a period of intense rivalry starting in the 1990s.

Tottenham end unhappy relationship with Conte

"We can announce that head coach Antonio Conte has left the club by mutual agreement," Tottenham said in a statement.

Mo Salah makes history in Manchester Annihilation

Against Manchester United, Salah netted a brace to beat Liverpool legend Robbie Fowler, who had garnered 128 goals in 266 EPL appearances for the Reds between 1993 and 2007.

Atsu remains missing after Turkey earthquake

Atsu, 31, was reported to have been rescued from the rubble with injuries and transported to hospital following Monday's huge quakes.

Atsu pulled alive from Turkey earthquake rubble

"Christian Atsu was pulled out injured. Our sporting director, Taner Savut, is unfortunately still under the rubble," club vice president Mustafa Ozat told Radyo Gol.