The so-called 'Dirty Dozen's' Super League proposals do not simply threaten the whole fabric of European football: they also represent the relentless Americanisation of the sport - a world in which, however much you lose on the field, you are guaranteed to win off it. Alan Sugar Read More »
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.
UEFA set an initial deadline of April 7 for the original 12 host cities to provide minimum guarantees of capacity.
The Reds announced on Tuesday night, along with the other five English clubs involved, that they were withdrawing from the European Super League.