Archive for June, 2011

At 33, Andre Villas-Boas Could Become The Premiership’s Youngest Ever Manager

Posted on: June 21st, 2011 | by Flaviu | No Comments

FC Porto have confirmed that Andre Villas-Boas is intending to resign from last years Portuguese treble winning side. Boas is reported to have said that he is willing to pay the £13.2 million release clause himself. Chelsea are still looking to appoint a new manager for the coming season and it looks as though Boas is now favourite […]

McLeish Appointed As New Boss Of Aston Villa

Posted on: June 17th, 2011 | by Flaviu | No Comments

Aston Villa have confirmed that Alex Mcleish has parted company with local rivals, Birmingham. He will be crossing the city to Villa Park where the length of his contract has not yet been disclosed. This highly controversial appointment culminated in a protest held at Villa Park on Wednesday night where incensed Aston Villa fans voiced […]

Steve McClaren As New Manager

Posted on: June 13th, 2011 | by Flaviu | No Comments

Steve McClaren has signed a three-year deal at the City Ground following the sacking of Billy Davies on Sunday. This is the first time that McClaren will have returned to manage a club on home soil since he was sacked as England manager following the country’s failure to qualify for the European Championships in 2008. PENDLE VERDICT […]

Steve McClaren Linked With Possible Aston Villa Move

Posted on: June 7th, 2011 | by Flaviu | No Comments

Aston Villa are believed to have placed Steve McClaren on their shortlist as a possible candidate to replace Gerard Houllier at Villa Park. The former England boss is supposed to be keen to return to the Barclays Premier League. PENDLE VERDICT – Steve McClaren is a good manager with a good track record in club management […]

Fulham’s Mark Hughes favourite for Aston Villa manager position.

Posted on: June 2nd, 2011 | by Flaviu | 2 Comments

Following the departure of Gerard Houllier as Manager of Aston Villa on Wednesday, Fulham’s Mark Hughes appears to be the favourite to take on the vacant position. However, it is understood that many Aston Villa supporters would like to see the current Everton boss, David Moyes, appointed. PENDLE VERDICT – We feel sorry for Houllier in that his departure […]