Sven Goran Eriksson

Sven Goran Eriksson

Eriksson excited by new role at Notts County

SVEN-GORAN ERIKSSON has been appointed the director of football at Notts County, the Coca Cola League Two side have confirmed.

Target Hughes is tipped to take City to new heights

MARK HUGHES will have plenty to build on should he decide to take over from Sven-Goran Eriksson at Manchester City.

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Sven linked to Benfica return

SVEN-GORAN ERIKSSON'S future prospects may have taken another twist after it was reported he has been approached by Portuguese side Benfica.

Writing on the wall for Eriksson as City owner plans review of season

SVEN-GÖRAN Eriksson may be about to discover a former television weathergirl scorned has little fire compared to that of a Thailand billionaire in a similar rage.

Eriksson bursting for a new striker

MANCHESTER City manager Sven-Goran Eriksson is determined to sign another striker before the close of the transfer window, despite the emergence of teenage prospect Daniel Sturridge.

Eriksson condemns spate of managerial dismissals

SVEN-GÖRAN Eriksson believes English football has adopted the southern European trait of trigger-happy club owners.

Footballer sorry for family death lies

MANCHESTER City coach Sven-Goran Eriksson has held talks with troubled midfielder Stephen Ireland after the player apologised for making up a story about a dying grandmother to get out of playing a match.

Eriksson riding high as United stumble

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Collision course

IN THE first paragraph of The Great Gatsby, the novel's eponymous hero recalls some advice from his father: "Whenever you feel like criticising anyone, just remember that all the people in this world haven't had the advantages you've had."

Flashpoints between Ferguson and Eriksson

MANCHESTER derbies are traditionally passionate affairs and tomorrow's encounter at the City of Manchester Stadium has the added spice of pitting United manager Sir Alex Ferguson against City counterpart Sven-Goran Eriksson for the first time since the Swede stepped down as England's head coach after the 2006 World Cup.

Manchester derby could be full-blooded affair Old adversaries meet up again

ON THE basis of the historically acrimonious relationship between Sir Alex Ferguson and Sven-Goran Eriksson, some of the more excitable sections of the media have been unable to resist the urge to view the collision of the two managers in tomorrow's Manchester derby as a re-enactment of the Titanic and the iceberg.

Eriksson puts trio up for sale

MANCHESTER CITY have made Ousmane Dabo, Danny Mills and Paul Dickov available for transfer.

£13,000-a-day year off was stressful, says Sven

SVEN-GORAN Eriksson emerged from his year-long exile to finally take the reins at Manchester City and insisted he has nothing to prove.

Eriksson and Houllier join the race

GERARD Houllier and Sven-Goran Eriksson have emerged as potential candidates for the vacant job at Newcastle United even though the club have set their sights on Sam Allardyce.

'England could have won World Cup' - Eriksson

SVEN-GORAN Eriksson has broken his silence on England's World Cup campaign and insisted that the side were good enough to win the competition.

Eriksson 'very close' to new job, but not in UK

SVEN-GORAN Eriksson is "very close" to lining up his next job, but it will not be at West Ham United according to his agent.

Agent reveals Eriksson snub for Champions League club

OUTGOING England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson has turned down the chance to manage a Champions League club.

Beckenbauer defends England

FRANZ Beckenbauer has come to Sven-Goran Eriksson's defence after FIFA president Sepp Blatter accused England of negative tactics.

All England need now is luck, Eriksson insists

ROONEYMANIA notwithstanding, England are probably as ready as they will ever be to begin a World Cup campaign here in Frankfurt today which Sven-Goran Eriksson insists will end with the golden trophy in the hands of David Beckham in Berlin on 9 July.

FA under fire after Scolari is offered England job

LUIZ Felipe Scolari is set to be appointed as the next England manager if he can agree terms with the Football Association. The appointment needs to be ratified by the FA board and although they could hold an emergency conference call, the matter is expected to be dealt with at the scheduled meeting next Thursday.

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