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Marco Silva tipped to replace Sam Allardyce at Everton

Everton manager Sam Allardyce's future is set to be decided within the next 48 hours - with former Watford boss Marco Silva the main candidate to replace him after just six months in charge.

Ex-Manchester United coach Louis van Gaal set for return to management two years

Former Manchester United manager Louis van Gaal has suggested he could be close to a return to management after receiving an offer too good to refuse.

Rabiu Ibrahim scores first goal for Slovan Bratislava

Former Nigeria youth international Ibrahim Rabiu scores his first ever goal for Slovakia club Slovan Bratislava on Sunday as they won 3-1 at AS Trencin.

Andre Onana: Edwin van der Sar, Marc Overmars made Ajax ‘play sh*t’

Ajax goalkeeper Andre Onana has lashed out at CEO Edwin van der Sar and director of football, Marc Overmars for the club’s poor performance this season.

PSV beat nine-man Ajax to clinch Eredivisie league title

PSV Eindhoven stormed to a 24th Eredivisie title after beating Ajax 3-0 on Sunday.

Arjen Robben: I was close to Manchester United before Chelsea transfer

Arjen Robben told FourFourTwo that he had dinner with Sir Alex Ferguson and was prepared to sign for Manchester United before Chelsea moved to sign him in 2004.

PSV technical director Marcel Brands to join Everton

The Dutch side are seven points clear with five games left to play and could win the title at home against Ajax on April 15.

James Rodriguez, Radamel Falcao back for Colombia World Cup friendlies

Two key Colombia players Bayern Munich midfielder James Rodriguez and Monaco striker Radamel Falcao figure in coach Jose Pekerman’s squad for upcoming friendlies against France and Australia.

Major January transfers in Europe

AFP Sport rounds up some of the most notable deals to have happened in Europe as the January window prepares to slam shut on Wednesday.

Ajax appoint Michael Reiziger as interim boss after sacking Marcel Keizer

Ajax have appointed Michael Reiziger as interim coach after the sacking of Marcel Keizer and his assistant coaches Hennie Spijkerman and Dennis Bergkamp.

Alex Morgan, Keylor Navas named CONCACAF Players of the Year

Costa Rica goalkeeper Keylor Navas and United States striker Alex Morgan have been named as the CONCACAF players of the year.

Mourinho disappointed over Pereira loan move

Jose Mourinho has questioned young midfielder Andreas Pereira's decision to leave Old Trafford on loan to Valencia rather than stay and fight for a place in Manchester United’s first-team squad.

Dutch give themselves Propper World Cup chance

Davy Propper was on target twice as the Netherlands boosted their hopes of making it to next year's World Cup with a 3-1 win over Bulgaria in Amsterdam on Sunday.

Money no object for Man City, but Guardiola must deliver

Fortified by Manchester City's £200 million ($260 million) overhaul, Pep Guardiola is under pressure to ensure his second season in the Premier League is far more successful than his torrid first.

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