A 5-0 Champions League win is usually something to celebrate, but Pep Guardiola was not completely happy after Manchester City’s demolition of Copenhagen on Wednesday night. It soon became clear why as he provided an update on Kyle Walker’s latest injury setback in his post-match press conference. Guardiola said the defender will be out for a while, that they have to speak to the doctors and that hopefully he can get back for the World Cup. Walker was forced off in the Manchester derby on Sunday, and his place at the World Cup is now in serious doubt as he has undergone groin surgery.
According to a report by French outlet Foot Mercato, Tanguy Ndombele continues to attract several clubs across Europe despite being out of favour at Tottenham. Aston Villa and Everton are showing interest in the French midfielder, who will depart from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the ongoing transfer window. Tanguy Ndombele became Tottenham’s club-record signing when he joined the north London club from Lyon in July 2019. But the 25-year-old has failed to live up to the billing, struggling to be a consistent performer for Tottenham in the last three years. A loan move back at Lyon in the second half of the 2021/22 season did not work either.
Ex-England international Kieron Dyer is staying positive as he continues his battle with serious disease. The former West Ham United and Newcastle United player talked about the battle with a liver problem in an exclusive interview with the Daily Mail. According to him, his greatest hope is that he will make the owner of the liver he gets proud.
Kieron Dyer started his football career at hometown club Ipswich Town before making his first team debut at the Ipswich-based club. He played almost 100 times in the league for Ipswich Town. Dyer left Ipswich Town to sign for Newcastle United after scoring nine times in 91 league games.
Newcastle United made Kieron Dyer the recipient of the highest transfer fee paid for an Ipswich Town player in 1999. The Magpies paid £6m to secure the signing of Dyer from Ipswich Town. He spent eight years at St. James Park before signing for London team West Ham United. Kieron Dyer had 23 goals in 190 league outings for Newcastle United from 1999 to 2007. Read More
Ex-West Ham United and Newcastle United midfielder Kieron Dyer recently opened up on his health issues. Dyer talked about his health via a statement released by Ipswich Town at the end of October 2021. In the statement, Kieron Dyer said that he has been managing liver problems over the past couple of years. Kieron Dyer had earlier suffered a collapsedlung while he was a contestant on the reality show Celebrity SAS: Who dares win in September.
Newcastle United paid £6m to sign Kieron Dyer from Ipswich Town at the start of the 1999/00 season. The fee was a record for Ipswich Town until Conor Wickham left the club to join League One giants Sunderland. Kieron Dyer was the only English signing during the Ruud Gullit managerial tenure at the club.
England international Kieron Dyer left boyhood club Ipswich Town to sign for Newcastle United in a £6m deal in July 1999. His transfer was the record sale made by Ipswich Town until striker Conor Wickham moved to Sunderland 12 years later. Kieron Dyer was the only English player signed under the Ruud Gullit managerial era at Newcastle United.
Kieron Dyer became a hit on Tyneside after he scored his first goal in a Newscastle United shirt in the derby against Sunderland in the Premier League. His goal was not enough to save Newcastle United from a 2-1 defeat to city rivals Sunderland and the loss led to the resignation of Gullit as the Magpies manager. Kieron Dyer was responsible for the last goal scored while Dutchman Gullit was the Newcastle United manager. Read More
As things stand currently, it is currently uncertain whether or not Gareth Bale will be playing for Real Madrid next season, or whether he will even be playing for any club at all. After the loan spell the Wales international winger had at Spurs last season, it was agreed that he would not continue at the Tottenham Hotspur stadium, and ever since, there has still been no clear indication of what he will be doing next season. The manager that sidelined him at Real Madrid, Zinedine Zidane, has now left the club and former manager Carlo Ancelotti has returned to oversee managerial duties at the Santiago Bernabeu starting from this summer.
Newcastle United fans are widely seen as the most committed fans in English football. They have had to endure several decades of hurt without a single trophy to show for their troubles. The fans have not had any major trophy celebrations since winning the FA Cup title at the end of the 1954/55 campaign.
It’s not very often that we see footballers from the same team engage in spats brawls, and fights, but when it happens, it usually creates a hostile atmosphere in the dressing room. Such is the case of what happened on this day in 2005 when Newcastle United duo Kieron Dyer and Lee Bowyer engaged in a brawl after an embarrassing 3-0 defeat at the hands of Aston Villa.