Exclusive interview and where next for managerless clubs

Spread the love

The sacking season continued in the Premier League with two more top-flight bosses losing their jobs over the weekend.

As well as discussing the potential new managers at Aston Villa and Norwich, we look at the best of the action from Matchday 11 and delve into the problems at Newcastle.

Exclusive: Jack Stephens

Ever wondered what it is like to be a Premier League footballer recovering from injury?

Southampton center-back Jack Stephens speaks to LiveScore about his rehab after limping off against Manchester City in September.

Premier League reaction

Another dramatic weekend of football saw a Manchester derby mauling, shock results, and managerial sackings.

But who was impressed on the pitch in the final games before the international break?

We pick out the stars of Matchday 11 in the Premier League.

Despite picking up their first victory of the season at Brentford, Norwich quickly moved to sack Daniel Farke.

They have already been linked with some big names and will want to appoint a manager before their clash with Southampton on November 20.

We look at who could be next to sit in the Carrow Road dugout.

There was little to cheer about at Aston Villa following Friday night’s 1-0 defeat to Southampton.

Dean Smith’s three-year tenure was brought to an end with the ambitious Villans languishing in 16th after five defeats in a row.

Like Norwich, they are looking to make a quick appointment and there are some interesting managers linked with the job.

In Focus

Top target Eddie Howe has a huge job on his hands if he is to keep Newcastle in the Premier League.

Toon battled hard to earn a valuable point at Brighton but remain winless after 11 matches of the season.

So can Howe dig the Magpies out of the hole they are in? And if they do go down, what does that mean for the new Saudi ownership?

Trevoh Chalobah’s emergence at Chelsea has been one of the unlikely storylines of the first three months of the season.

The 22-year-old has become one of Thomas Tuchel’s trusted lieutenants at the back, playing 10 games in all competitions.

So how has a man with previous loan spells at Ipswich, Huddersfield, and FC Lorient managed to force his way into Tuchel’s plans?

Before you go

Never miss a rumor in the football world as Transfer Talk keeps you up to date with the latest gossip every day.

Source: Livescore

By admin

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *