Troy Deeney: 'I want to manage England or Brazil'
Troy Deeney believes in his abilities in the post-playing career as he aims to manage at the top level.Aged 35, the former Watford and Birmingham striker is now a player-coach at Forest Green Rovers in League Two where he is preparing himself for a transition into the world of coaching.
Sarina Wiegman addresses rumours of replacing Gareth Southgate as England men's manager
Sarina Wiegman has addressed rumours about her potentially becoming the England men's manager after Gareth Southgate. Wiegman, who has guided the Lionesses to consecutive tournament finals, is highly regarded as a top coach in global football.
'Attention-seeking moron': Agbonlahor calls out chairman of English club with female head coach for men
Former Premier League star Gabriel Agbonlahor criticized Forest Green Rovers for appointing Hannah Dingley on an interim basis calling it as a PR stunt. Dingley recently made history by becoming the first female coach to lead a professional team in England.
Who are three Man United youngsters training with first team as pre-season starts: explained
Man United's pre-season has already started, but some of the first-team players are yet to return from their extended break after international games.To make up the numbers, Erik ten Hag has promoted three academy players to train with the senior professionals at least for the first few days.
Woman takes charge of male team for first time in England's pro league — she replaces Duncan Ferguson
In a landmark move for football in England, Hannah Dingley has been appointed interim manager at League Two side Forest Green.Dingley, 39, takes over after Duncan Ferguson was sacked by the club following the relegation from League One.
Hector Bellerin opens up on positive changes to his body after becoming vegan
“I became a vegan around three years ago and at first, I just wanted to try it and detox my body,” Hector Bellerin told Forest Green Rovers’ website upon becoming a second-largest shareholder of the League Two side.“Initially, I thought I’d eat meat as a ‘treat’ – but, being vegan just worked for me.
'I’m excited to help push football into having a sustainable future': Bellerin becomes second-largest shareholder in world's first 100% vegan football club
Hector Bellerin has acquired a minority stake in the League Two club that went fully vegan in 2015 and became the world's first carbon-neutral sports club in 2017.“It’s important that I invest in things I am passionate about – and I’m excited to help push football into having a sustainable future,” he told the club's website on acquiring a minority holding in the club.