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Wellington Phoenix rules Stuart Pearce out of the running for head coach job

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Stuart Pearce last held a managerial job at Nottingham Forest in 2015.

Wellington Phoenix have hosed down reports they are considering former England international Stuart Pearce as their new head coach.

The club released a short statement saying it is "flattered by the calibre" of some of the coaches linked to the vacant A-League position but won't comment on media speculation.

Chairman David Dome told Newstalk ZB the Phoenix had received a CV from the representatives...

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Michail Antonio: West Ham can push for Europe with summer signings

West Ham's Michail Antonio takes on ESPN's quick-fire questions.

West Ham United midfielder Michail Antonio is an example of a player that is becoming increasingly rare in the Premier League: a late bloomer.

Having spent his formative years at non- and lower-league level, the versatile winger finally got his chance in the top flight with West Ham United in 2015 and hasn't looked back.

Since Antonio's £7 million move from Nottingham Forest, he has scored 17 goals in 52 Premier League starts. And, after rejecting a call-up from Jamaica, he has been called...

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David Beckham gets Professional Footballers' Association Merit award

Former England and Manchester United star David Beckham was recognised for his achievements in the game.

David Beckham has received the Professional Footballers' Association Merit award for his achievements for club and country.

Beckham, 41, follows former Manchester United teammate Ryan Giggs in receiving the accolade, after the ex-Wales star won the award in 2016.

Beckham won 115 senior caps for England and captained the team at the 2002 and 2006 World Cup finals. He also won the prize in 2013 when it was awarded to the 'Class of 92' -- the group of United academy players who went on to star in...

England boss Southgate pays tribute to Ugo Ehiogu after his death

Spurs correspondent Dan Kilpatrick reveals how highly the club regarded youth coach Ugo Ehiogu after his death aged 44.

England manager Gareth Southgate described his long-time friend and team-mate Ugo Ehiogu as "a gentleman'' and "a credit to football'' after his death at the age of 44.

Ehiogu collapsed at Tottenham's training centre, where he worked as the club's under-23 coach, on Thursday after suffering a cardiac arrest and his death was announced on Friday morning.

Southgate had a close bond with Ehiogu, having shared defensive duties with him at Aston Villa, Middlesbrough and England and the pair won two League...