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Latest Everton target is not necessarily the sort of player they need

Everton are aiming to make a significant impact in the Premier League next season, using their recent investment to land some of the most sought-after transfer targets available. The Toffees have been linked with several major names, such as Kalidou Koulibaly and Juan Mata, with the club evidently attempting to restore success to Goodison Park […]Read More »

Swansea City complete signing of former Holland Under-21 international

Swansea have completed the signing of Mike van der Hoorn from Ajax on a three-year contract. The 23-year-old joins a day after the Swans confirmed the arrival of his compatriot Leroy Fer from QPR for an undisclosed fee. The former Holland Under-21 international also strengthens manager Francesco Guidolin’s central defensive options following Kyle Bartley’s loan […]Read More »

Gary Speed remains in the minds of Wales players as they make history

Wales captain Ashley Williams feels the late Gary Speed would be proud of the team’s achievement in reaching the semi-final of Euro 2016. Speed put in motion the changes leading to the greatest moment in Welsh football history before his untimely death in November 2011 at the age of 42. And Williams says he considered […]Read More »

Premier League approve Swansea City takeover

The Premier League has ratified a proposed deal for American investors Steve Kaplan and Jason Levien to purchase a controlling interest in Swansea, the club have announced. Swansea chairman Huw Jenkins said the Welsh club were “extremely pleased” with the outcome of the Premier League meeting. The Swansea City Supporters’ Trust, meanwhile, will retain a […]Read More »

Wales player ratings v Russia - Ramsey, Allen and Williams top men

WAYNE HENNESSEY: Made an important save in first half from Artem Dzyuba to keep Wales in command – 7/10 CHRIS GUNTER: Reading full-back was a threat down the flanks, but also quick to cover in defence – 7 JAMES CHESTER: West Brom defender did well to help shackle the threat of 6ft 5in Dzyuba – […]Read More »

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