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Former England manager Terry Venables warned yesterday that the Football Association cannot afford to waste time in appointing Fabio Capello's successor and predicted that if the new man is English he would not be paid the £6m a year the Italian earned.
Next England coach needs time to settle in job – but won't pick up millions like Capello
Bryan Robson has confirmed he is taking legal advice over the Channel 4 Dispatches programme in which he is alleged to have offered Thailand businessmen advice about getting around strict rules on football ownership.
Former Manchester United and England captain Bryan Robson has resigned as Thailand's national coach, the country's soccer president said on Wednesday.
Former England captain Bryan Robson has undergone surgery for throat cancer, Manchester United said yesterday. Robson was in Bangkok when he had the operation on 3 March and United have said specialists are optimistic about the chances of a full recovery.
Former England captain Bryan Robson has undergone surgery for throat cancer, Manchester United said today.
Ole Gunnar Solskjaer will return to Norway in January openly admitting he hopes to return one day and become Manchester United manager.
The Brian Viner Interview: Having beaten cancer and kicked a serious gambling addiction, 'Big Bad' John has turned over a new leaf and now wants to take on the challenge of managing Wales
Today's bets: Argentina to beat Germany 3-0 at 25-1 (Blue Square)
Does an early wobble always preceed a disaster? Is a good win a sure sign of great things to come? Not necessarily.
England's most successful captain since 1966 tells Glenn Moore why this year's vintage can reach the semi-finals – and beyond
He's felt the Fergie hairdryer for scrapes with Sharpe, seen a boot hit Beckham and Rio. Steve Tongue speaks to Ryan Giggs
Scotland's No 2 raises hopes by recalling his experiences against the Netherlands
Jonathan Greening insists that the current West Bromwich Albion side have more quality than the one which avoided relegation in dramatic fashion three years ago.
Bulgaria coach Plamen Markov denied yesterday that he had risked Manchester City winger Martin Petrov's health by naming him in the starting line-up in last week's World Cup qualifier against Georgia.
Bryan Robson has backed Gary Neville to make a return to the England squad after last season's injury problems.