SportsTalk: Bradford City cap memorable season, our manager of the year, and the return of Magic Weekend
Saluting Bradford City for a triumphant season and our pundits name their managers of the year. Download to your iPod or listen online to this Yorkshire Post podcast.2 comments
Roberto Mancini was last night sacked as manager of Manchester City – exactly a year to the day after delivering the Premier League title.
Wilfried Zaha ensured his Crystal Palace farewell party will be at Wembley after his two goals sank arch-rivals Brighton in the Championship play-off semi-final second-leg.
Manchester United declared they had “got their trophy back” at the end of last night’s Premier League title-winning parade – but there was no word on whether Wayne Rooney will still be around for the start of their defence.
Sir Alex Ferguson has confirmed he made his mind up to retire in December.
Crystal Palace are pinning their hopes on Wilfried Zaha firing them to Wembley.
Troy Deeney’s 96th-minute goal fired Watford into the npower Championship play-off final in the most dramatic fashion at Vicarage Road.
Tottenham boss Andres Villas-Boas hailed a late winner from Emmanuel Adebayor at the Britannia Stadium which ensured his side’s chase for a Uefa Champions League place will go down to the final day of the season.
Sporting Bygones: Tangerines survivor Robinson vividly recalls when Matthews and Mortensen took centre stage in dramatic Cup final fightback
Sixty years have passed since the most celebrated of all FA Cup finals but for Cyril Robinson the memories remain as vivid as ever.
Sir Alex Ferguson last night confirmed Wayne Rooney had asked for a transfer from Manchester United after admitting the England star was not keen to play against Swansea.
FC HALIFAX Town manager Neil Aspin is 90 minutes away from ending over a quarter-of-a-century of pain and heartbreak tomorrow.2 comments
Manchester City talisman Yaya Toure has declared himself fully fit to face Wigan in tomorrow’s FA Cup final at Wembley.
Manchester United manager-to-be David Moyes has been backed to uphold the greatest traditions of the Old Trafford outfit.
Two managers of Yorkshire clubs played key roles in the rise of Manchester United under Alex Ferguson. Leon Wobschall gets their reaction to his impending retirement.
Manchester United are expected to confirm David Moyes as their next manager.
The great and good of football have been coming out in their droves to salute Sir Alex Ferguson, who has announced his retirement at the age of 71.3 comments
Manchester United manager Sir Alex Ferguson is to retire at the end of the season - with Everton boss David Moyes already installed as the favourite.3 comments
Luis Suarez and Liverpool were left “shocked and disappointed” after the striker was hit with a 10-match ban for biting Chelsea’s Branislav Ivanovic – a sanction that could see him suspended from domestic football until October.
Robin van Persie bagged a magnificent first-half hat-trick to fire Manchester United to Premier League title glory.
The Football Association last night charged Liverpool forward Luis Suarez with violent conduct for biting Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic.
CHELSEA player Branislav Ivanovic has told police he does not wish to make a complaint about yesterday’s biting incident involving Liverpool’s Luis Suarez.
Harry Redknapp conceded defeat in his bid to keep QPR in the top flight, admitting it is now an “almost impossible” task for his side.
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