Former player Chris Lucketti is returning to Bury football club - this time as manager. The 46 year old former Scunthorpe United Assistant Manager has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal. Lucketti spent six years at the club after signing for them in 1993 and was a part of the Shakers side that rose from the bottom of the fourth division to division one within three seasons. , He'll be unveiled later at Gigg Lane .
Former footballer Andrei Kanchelskis returns to Manchester to talk about his new autobiography.
The book looks at the Russian player's time at Old Trafford, where he won a league and cup double in 1994. It also charts his abrupt move away down the M62 to Everton.
Andrei will be meeting fans at Manchester's National Football Museum later.
Bury FC Chairman Stewart Day has confirmed former player Chris Lucketti will be the club’s new manager. The 46-year-old former Scunthorpe United Assistant Manager has signed a two-and-a-half-year deal.
Lucketti spent six years at Bury after signing for the club in 1993. During that time the Shakers rose from the bottom of the old fourth division to division one within three seasons, including an appearance at Wembley in the play-off final vs Chesterfield in 1995.
Liverpool squandered a three-goal half-time lead to throw away the chance of early Champions League qualification as Sevilla netted a 93rd-minute equaliser in Spain.
Famous for their three-goal second-half comeback to win this competition in Istanbul in 2005, the Merseysiders endured the reverse as, having seemingly been coasting towards the knockout stage with a game to spare, they were forced to settle for a point.
Roberto Firmino scored either side of a goal from Sadio Mane in an opening 45 minutes which could not have been better scripted for Jurgen Klopp's visitors.
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But Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp is adamant his players do not have a mentality problem:
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Everton forward Kevin Mirallas has apologised for his behaviour in a training session last week but rejected suggestions he was disciplined for a poor attitude.
Both the 30-year-old and Morgan Schneiderlin were left out of the squad for Sunday's 3-2 win over Watford after what Press Association Sport understands was an incident at the club's Finch Farm complex.
On Monday Schneiderlin, writing on Twitter, dismissed reports he had been sent home from training on the eve of the game because of a poor attitude and now Mirallas has spoken out, admitting he struggled to contain his frustration after being told he was being left out.
"I have to restore the truth after some articles in the medias," he wrote on Instagram.
"I was not excluded of the squad due to a lack of commitment during training this was a manager Decision And I was frustrated as I am fully committed in Everton since arriving in 2012 and I can't accept our actual ranking....
"I apologize to the president and owner, my team mates and the manager for not being able to cope at that moment with my frustration."
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Raheem Sterling, Fabian Delph and Jordan Henderson have become the latest withdrawals from England's injury-hit squad.
Gareth Southgate's men kick-off their World Cup preparations with back-to-back Wembley friendlies against Germany and Brazil this coming week.
Tottenham's Dele Alli, Harry Kane and Harry Winks have already withdrawn from the initial 25-man squad, with England receiving three further setbacks on Tuesday.
"Manchester City duo Raheem Sterling and Fabian Delph have returned to their club after being ruled out of England's forthcoming fixtures," a statement from the Football Association read.
"Liverpool's Jordan Henderson will also miss out on the back-to-back games against Germany and Brazil at Wembley Stadium through injury."