Roy Hodgson does not enjoy much He was asked about his future as he was on Thursday before Crystal Palace’s game against Everton on Monday.
Every week I get the same question, every week I give the same answer and will continue to do so until I feel like an announcement needs to be made. I’m not interested in having that discussion right now. I am interested in working very hard with the players to ensure that we finish this season correctly. As a result, it is the games ahead of us that interest me much more than next season. When the time is right, we will discuss it.
The least surprising date of the award of the day He has already addressed Sam Allardyce for praising Thomas Tuchel for prioritizing clean sheets.
West Brom went to the Bridge on Saturday and Big Sam genuflected: “Great because he did the right thing. Start with clean sheets and then build from there. He has done it absolutely magnificent. That is not to say that Chelsea are not very entertaining, because the quality of the players they have at the other end, they are, and obviously I am very jealous of that.
Let’s start this in the usual way., with ten things to watch out for this weekend, including Cavani, Mitrovic and Paul Heckingbottom.
It’s back, your real football. Store your tedious talk about Gareth Southgate and defensive midfielders in your old backpack. We return to the home stretch of the Premier League this weekend, and there will be all the talk from the pressers to come. But before that, the Championship takes its center stage, if not entirely traditional, but now regular, on Good Friday. There was a time when the old First Division would play throughout Easter: in the final 1991-92 season before football was invented, Manchester United played on Holy Thursday, Easter Saturday, Easter Monday and Wednesday No More Chocolate and completely ruined the league title. This current batch, with its three matches a week and its Covid-19 protocols, do not know that they have been born.
In the championship, we have these matches to play today, all starting at 3pm (BST) unless noted:
AFC Bournemouth v Middlesbrough
Barnsley v Reading (5.30pm)
Birmingham – Swansea (8pm)
Bristol City v Stoke
Cardiff v Nottingham Forest
Derby v Luton
Millwall vs. Rotherham
Preston North End v Norwich
QPR vs. Coventry
Watford v Sheff Wed
Wycombe v Blackburn
And in the Premier League, we will be looking forward to continue:
Arsenal v Liverpool (Saturday, 8pm)
Aston Villa – Fulham (Sunday, 4.30pm)
Chelsea – West Brom (Saturday, 12.30pm)
Everton v Crystal Palace (Monday, 6 pm)
Leeds v Sheff Utd (Saturday, 3pm)
Leicester v Man City (Saturday, 5.30pm)
Man Utd v Brighton (Sunday, 7.15pm)
Newcastle – Tottenham Hotspur (8:05 p.m.)
Southampton v Burnley (Sunday, 12pm)
Wolverhampton v West Ham (Monday, 8.15pm)
George is Digismak’s reported cum editor with 13 years of experience in Journalism