Gary Neville has furiously accused the owners of the Premier League’s ‘big six’ of being “imposters” with “no loyalty to this country” and warned that fans will disown their clubs if they help launch a European Super League. Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal, Manchester City,Read More »
The ‘big six’ English clubs involved announced their withdrawal from the competition on Tuesday night.
Tottenham interim head coach Ryan Mason has revealed Mauricio Pochettino changed his life but insists he is his "own man" with his own ideas about management. Mason was on Tuesday named as Jose Mourinho's successor until the end of the season and offered an antidote to the Portuguese's unhappy tenure by promising "brave and aggressive" football and to re-energise supporters. The 29-year-old came through the ranks at Spurs and will become the youngest manager and first under-30 to take charge of a Premier League club for Wednesday night’s visit of Southampton.
Brendan Rodgers has ruled himself out of the running to replace Jose Mourinho as Tottenham manager, saying he wants to keep progressing at Leicester. Spurs on Tuesday appointed Ryan Mason as interim head coach until the end of the season following Mourinho's sacking and have begun searching for a new permanent boss. Rodgers has admirers in the north London club's boardroom but the cost of recruiting him from Leicester, where he earns a reported £10million-a-year and has a contract until 2025, would likely be prohibitive.