November 8 – With less than one third of the new season completed, two more English Premier League clubs sacked their managers over the weekend.
November 8 – Former Barcelona midfielder Xavi Hernández has returned to the Camp Nou as the new coach of his boyhood club following the sacking of Ronald Koeman.
November 7 – In his rare media interviews, Arsenal director Josh Kroenke has repeated that the London club is not for sale and insisted “special times are ahead”. After Sunday’s 1-0 won over Watford he repeated his mantra.
November 4 – On a heated night at Anfield with the return of Luis Suarez and old foe Atletico Madrid, Liverpool stormed past the Spanish club 2-0 to join Juventus, Ajax and Bayern Munich into the last 16 of the Champions League.
By Andrew Warshaw
November 3 – New Tottenham manager Antonio Conte says the club’s chairman Daniel Levy played a vital role in his decision to come back to the Premier League following the sacking of Nuno Espirito Santo on Monday.
By Samindra Kunti
November 2 – Italy’s Antonio Conte has become the Tottenham Hotspur manager on a contract reportedly worth £20 million and taking him through to June 2023. He replaces Nuno Espírito Santo, the London club’s second consecutive Portuguese coach to be sacked.
By Andrew Warshaw
November 1 – After bringing in Nuno Espirito Santo last summer to replace compatriot Jose Mourinho , promising he would “revert back to our core DNA of playing attacking, entertaining football”, Tottenham Hotspur duly sacked their latest Portuguese manager today, leaving themselves open – not for the first time – to widespread criticism as the search resumes for the right man to take the club forward.
November 1 – Everton Women have brought in Jean-Luc Vasseur as their manager in a two-and-a-half-year deal to lift the team’s fortunes.
November 1 – Inter Milan have ruled that Christian Eriksen, who was fitted with a defibrillator after he suffered a cardiac arrest while playing for Denmark against Finland at Euro 2020, will not be allowed to play this season.
October 29 – Ajax tops a European ranking of clubs who have developed the most players in 31 top divisions of UEFA member countries.
October 28 – Heavily in debt off the field and in dire crisis on it by their own high standards, Barcelona have sacked head coach Ronald Koeman following their latest defeat Wednesday to Rayo Vallecano.
October 25 – Manchester United manager Gunnar Solskjaer lamented what he described as his “darkest day” in the job but vowed not to quit following Sunday’s 5-0 humiliation at the hands of arch-rivals Liverpool.
October 22 – Jose Mourinho is in the headlines again. On Thursday, the Portuguese coach suffered the biggest defeat of his career with AS Roma at the hands of Norway’s Bodo/Glimt, but Mourinho blamed his players for the 6-1 result.
October 22 – Manchester City tops a ranking of the five major European leagues of clubs who create the most ‘big’ chances against chances conceded.