Thursday, May 15, 2008

England: News

Peter Hill-Wood has changed his mind and now wants US tycoon Stan Kroenke to play a bigger role at Arsenal
Arsenal chairman does U-turn on Kroenke

Sven Goran Eriksson refused to comment on when he will next meet the Manchester City owner, Thaksin Shinawatra, after arriving in Thailand yesterday
Eriksson's silent start as farewell tour hits Bangkok

Chelsea boss Avram Grant has accused referees of helping to give Manchester United the Premier League title
Grant could be in hot water with FA

Manager's long and successful reign proves that loyalty pays
Ferguson Wins Out

Liverpool's Spain international midfielder happy to stay at the club and believes he could shine alongside Gareth Barry
Alonso pledges to fight for Anfield place

A record television deal for the Premier League has benefited all clubs, but the champions are set to benefit the most
Manchester United set for £80m payout

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