PUBLISHED: 16:25 11 April 2019 | UPDATED: 16:30 11 April 2019 Marco Stiepermann is among the Norwich City players nursing minor knocks after the 2-2 draw with Reading Picture: Paul Chesterton/Focus Images Paul Chesterton Norwich City have already shaken off their ‘hangover’ from last night’s dramatic draw with Reading and are focused on keeping their promotion push on track at Wigan, head coach Daniel Farke has said. The Canaries looked to have one foot in the Premier League after two goals in three minutes sparked chaotic celebrations at Carrow Road, with Ben Godfrey and Christoph Zimmermann firing City 2-1 in front late on.However, the lowly Royals salvaged a point to boost their survival hopes in the seventh minute of injury-time, to deny the league leaders a ninth successive win – and moving nine points clear of third place with games left.Farke spoke to the media this afternoon as his players prepare for a trip to Wigan on Sunday, for a televised midday … [Read more...] about Team news: Farke in ‘much better mood’ after Reading debrief with Canaries players
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PVF team celebrate winning the friendly tournament in Singapore in December. — Photo zing.vn Viet Nam News HÀ NỘI — Việt Nam’s Promotion Fund of Vietnamese Football Talents (PVF) team will join 23 others at the Rotterdam Football Cup, a friendly tournament for U15 players on April 20-22 in the Netherlands. PVF and Chinese Guangzhou Evergrande are the only two squads from Asia invited to the annual event which will see young teams of European giants such as Atletico Madrid of Spain and Tottenham Hotspur of England. Other teams include Leipzig and TSG Hoffenheim (Germany), AZ Alkmaar (of the hosts), Hajduk Split (Croatia), and Club Brugge (Belgium). PVF are in Group A with Atletico, SBV Excelsior (of the hosts), Orlando Pirates (South Africa), FC Tatra Presov (Slovakia) and Ilves FC (Finland). German TSG Hoffenheim are the reigning champions having won the competition after beating AZ Alkmaar (Netherlands) 1-0 … [Read more...] about PVF team present Việt Nam at Rotterdam Football Cup
Sections SEARCH Skip to content Skip to site index Music Log In Subscribe Log In Today’s Paper Music | He Knows the Stars’ Dirty Laundry. Because He Washes It. Supported by ByThomas Rogers Jan. 22, 2019 BERLIN — One afternoon in November, Hans-Jürgen Topf walked through the backstage area of the Mercedes-Benz Arena, where dozens of crewmembers were unloading the equipment for the final stop of U2’s “Experience + Innocence” tour. After enthusiastically greeting and hugging several of the workers, Topf, 62, came to a sweltering room filled with humming washing machines and dryers. “This is my life,” he said. “The artists live their life, and I live my laundry life.” The world’s top specialist for tour laundry, Topf has traveled with many of the world’s biggest music acts, including Madonna, Pink and Beyoncé. As tours have become bigger … [Read more...] about He Knows the Stars’ Dirty Laundry. Because He Washes It.
The latest Celtic football news, transfer rumours and gossip... Celtic join Maja chaseCeltic have reportedly joined the pursuit of Sunderland striker Josh Maja, according to reports south of the Border.The forward has hit 14 goals in 23 appearances for the Black Cats, with Stewart Donald sparking a mad dash when he claimed the player’s agent had indicated his desire to leave the Stadium of Light in the summer.However, interest in Maja from an unnamed German Bundesliga side could scupper any lingering hopes of a move north. (The Chronicle)Hoops linked with McCarthy Celtic are understood to be one of the front-runners to sign Everton midfielder James McCarthy.The Irishman has struggled for game-time at Goodison since returning from a lengthy injury lay-off and may be persuaded to seek first-team football elsewhere.The Hoops are believed to be keen on the former Hamilton and Wigan man but his £50,000-a-week wages, and what portion of that Celtic pay, could be a stumbling … [Read more...] about Celtic January Transfer Window Rumours: Celtic in the hunt for gifted Ireland midfield maestro
The German fans enjoyed a couple of pints of beer before the big match Picture: ADAM HOWLETT Archant Scores of German football fans travelled to Ipswich to cheer on the tractor boys today - and to hand over their contribution to the Kevin Beattie statue campaign. Members of Fortuna Blues Supporters Club handed their contribution towards the Kevin Battie Statue Campaign to IPswich great Terry Butcher Picture: ADAM HOWLETTAround 60 members of the Fortuna Blues Supporters Club flew over for the crucial championship clash with Rotherham having visited the club annually for the past 15 years. Although they are Fortuna Düsseldorf supporters first, they also love Ipswich Town and receive a warm welcome by fans whenever they travel to Portman Road.This year’s trip to town has added poignancy following the death of Ipswich legend Kevin Beattie in September last year.In honour of ‘The Beat’ the group have had a whip round, collecting more than €600 … [Read more...] about German fans visit Ipswich to cheer on the Blues