Jack Pitt-Brooke

Jack Pitt-Brooke is a sports writer for The Independent.

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Milos Veljkovic

Milos Veljkovic interview: Tottenham youngster eager to join Harry Kane and Nabil Bentaleb in the Spurs first-team

In his first interview with a British newspaper, the 19-year-old Serbian tells Jack Pitt-Brooke about his hopes for next season

Dick Advocaat masterminded a five-game unbeaten run which kept Sunderland up

Dick Advocaat rejects the chance to stay on as Sunderland manager

The Dutchman is retiring from full-time club management, with Sam Allardyce the early favourite to take over at the Stadium of Light

Wenger was speaking ahead of Arsenal's penultimate Premier League game against Sunderland

Arsenal vs Aston Villa: Arsene Wenger challenges players not picked for FA Cup final to be ready if their chance comes at Wembley

The Arsenal manager confirmed that his striker Danny Welbeck will miss this weekend's match

Sébastien Bassong credits Alex Neil for reviving his career at Norwich

Norwich City promoted: Alex Neil proves a 'perfect fit' to transform Canaries

His meticulousness, focus and preparation has transformed the team and seen them make an immediate return to the Premier League

Slaven Bilic has been manager of Besiktas for two years

Real Madrid sack Carlo Ancelotti as Hammers look to Slaven Bilic

There is little doubting the enthusiasm of the current favourite for the job, Slaven Bilic

Norwich City majority shareholder Delia Smith celebrates after the match

Neil places his faith in players who won club top-flight spot

Alex Neil vowed to trust his Norwich City players in next season’s Premier League after guiding them up through the play-offs.

Didier Drogba future: Chelsea legend rules out Premier League club, MLS switch expected

The Ivorian is unable to contemplate turning out for another side

Middlesbrough vs Norwich preview: Aitor Karanka and Alex Neil battling it out for the ultimate prize

Millions at stake for Middlesbrough and Norwich as they compete for final promotion spot to the Premier League

Didier Drogba carried off by Chelsea team-mates in final game - but he wasn't injured, the substitution was pre-planned

Drogba carried off just 30 minutes into final match at Stamford Bridge

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