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Sven-Goran Eriksson may leave Manchester City at the end of seas

Sven-Goran Eriksson may leave Manchester City at the end of season, as board members express doubt about the manager's future with the club. City owner Thaksin Shinawatra is understood to have been upset by Eriksson's failure to replicate the positive results of his early months at Eastlands and his handling of the squad. If he is replaced, City's first choice as replacement is believed to be Portugal coach Luiz Felipe Scolari, who will become available after his country's Euro 2008 campaign is over. According to a source familiar with City's politics, Thaksin upbraided Eriksson over his part in an internal club dispute. The source said: 'Thaksin rang Sven to fotballdrakter reprimand him, telling him he would be sacked at the end of the season if results did not improve.' It is further understood that agents attempting to negotiate deals with City in recent weeks have been told not to factor Eriksson into their equations because the club does not necessarily expect the manager they appointed last summer to be present for a second season at there. Despite yesterday's victory at Sunderland, Eriksson's team have won just five of their 17 Premier League and FA Cup fixtures this year. Having spent significant parts of the season in the Champions League places, they have slipped to eighth in the division. Eriksson Billige Fodboldtrojer Born has, however, equalled the club's highest top-flight points total since the reduction to 20 teams, with four fixtures still to play. City last night denied that there was any problem between Eriksson and Thaksin, insisting that the owner was happy with how the season had progressed and would be content with a top-10 finish. But they did concede that, should Eriksson leave at the end of the season, his status in European football was such that an approach from another club for the manager would not come as a surprise. Benfica and Valencia are potential suitors for Eriksson, while an offer from Chelsea has been mooted in some circles. maglie calcio Roman Abramovich came close to appointing the then-England manager in 2004, only for him to agree a lucrative contract extension with the Football Association. Ronaldinho has agreed initial personal terms with AC Milan, who will now speak to Barcelona about a transfer, the Italian club and the player's agent have confirmed. The Brazil star, who was linked briefly with a move to Manchester City, is set to earn around £6.5million per year, according to the Italian media. 'In general Ronaldinho and Milan are in agreement,' his agent and brother, Roberto de Assis, told the website of the paper Gazzetta dello Sport Milan chief executive Adriano Galliani said: 'There is maglie calcio a general agreement with the player. Now a deal has to be reached with Barcelona. Give us time.' If Ronaldinho does complete the move, then he may well be playing Uefa Cup football next season. Filippo Inzaghi twice gave Milan the lead at Juventus yesterday, but Alessandro Del Piero equalised once then Hasan Salihamidzic netted his own double as the home side completed a 3-2 victory. Milan, who had Daniele Bonera sent off at 2-2, are in fifth spot, four points behind Fiorentina, who visit leaders Inter today. Juventus remained in third. The power struggle between Tom Hicks and George Gillett at Liverpool is turning the club into a billiga fotbollstr�jor laughing stock, according to David Moores, the former chairman who sold out to the warring American co-owners early last year. Moores, who is the club's honorary life president and who still has a seat on the board, said the damage being done to Liverpool was 'heart-breaking'. He has also been disgusted by co-owner Hicks' demand for club chief executive Rick Parry to resign less than two days after Liverpool made it into the Champions League semi-finals. In a interview in the Liverpool Echo, Moores said: 'It's heartbreaking. I'm almost lost for words about the damage that's being done to the club at the present time. As a fu�balltrikots fan, and as someone who loves the club, it is totally unacceptable to see this being played out in the public arena. When things are played out like they are at present it virtually makes the club a laughing stock.' He added: 'This is most certainly not what the club is about. In fact, I can't ever remember, even going back to when I was a supporter as a kid, stuff being played out in public like we have seen in the last six months. It is embarrassing and it is not an acceptable way of doing things. I've never known anything like it and I'm just absolutely shell-shocked.'  JonnaDitt Fodboldtrojer MeriReitz  SonjaHard maglie calcio a poco prezzo JonasGrea  SandyTyre maglie calcio JodiBiebe  DesireeLa billiga fotbollstr�jor HSGBlanca  GretaMerc Fodboldtrojer TishaPabs  DominickB fu�balltrikots G�nstige OOYRosean
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