Potentially, a major development in the hunt for the new manager of AFC Bournemouth could be taking place in London. The Daily Telegraph and The Daily Mail have both reported that Scott Parker and Fulham could be set to sever their relationship following relegation from the Premier League.
West Mercia Police officers have spoken out during a national conference that highlighted how important it is to support staff with their mental health. Steve Butler, branch secretary of West Mercia Police Federation warned if ‘officers break, the significance of these breaks is huge’ during this year's conference.
OTLEY town councillors have had a preview visit of the refurbished Otley Older People’s welfare building The building has been an important part of Otley since the 1970s and it was beginning to look tired when Otley Old People's Welfare Committee Trustees began fundraising for its refurbishment in September 2018.
AFC Bournemouth are said to be closing in on their managerial decision, according to AFC Bournemouth chairman Jeff Mostyn, who has held his first interview with BBC Radio Solent in four years. Speculation on who will get the job in the Dean Court hot seat for the 2021/22 Championship campaign has been limited.
Eddie Howe in Everton frame after Celtic talks collapse with Carlo Ancelotti 'leaving for Real Madrid'
By Mark Hendry Sports Writer Eddie Howe could be given an opportunity to take over his boyhood club Everton this summer after sensationally ending talks with Celtic. The former Bournemouth boss is waiting on current Toffees head coach Carlo Ancelotti departing for Real Madrid after Zinedine Zidane departed. It is widely reported that the Italian will head back to La Liga leaving Howe in pole position as his replacement at Goodison Park.
Sources close to GIVEMESPORT have explained some of the problems behind Celtic's failed attempts to appoint Eddie Howe. What's the latest Celtic news? With a deal to bring the former Bournemouth coach up to Glasgow now off, Yokohama F. Marinos manager Ange Postecoglou has emerged as the front-runner, albeit there are some doubts as to whether or not he holds the necessary coaching badges.
The radio pundit pulled no punches and while he insisted Celtic should take some of the blame he questioned Howe's call to back out after almost three months. Radio pundit Simon Jordan insists it's "laughable" if Eddie Howe wanted to pick his own director of football at Celtic.
Celtic are in advanced talks with another candidate after their move to appoint Eddie Howe collapsed, according to The Daily Mail. What's the latest Celtic news? The club's chase of Howe has been a long and drawn out saga. Indeed, the former Bournemouth boss initially convinced the club's board of his long-term vision during talks in April, though then entered discussions with Crystal Palace.
Howe wasn't prepared to move north without his full entourage and despite Celtic's attempts to convince him he has walked away from the move. Eddie Howe stunned Celtic on Friday by turning his back on their manager’s job. The Hoops are now pushing ahead with other candidates after their move for the former Bournemouth boss - almost three months in the making - fell apart at the 11th hour.
THREE months. That’s how long it took from Neil Lennon leaving Celtic to Eddie Howe rejecting them. Ninety-four days, a great many of which Celtic have spent waiting on a final answer from their preferred candidate. Or as a great many of their fans will see it, fiddling while Rome burns.
CELTIC bosses have been left frustrated by Eddie Howe after talks to bring the former Bournemouth manager in as Neil Lennon’s successor sensationally collapsed yesterday. Herald Sport understands that Howe pulled out of the deal to become the new Celtic manager when he couldn’t secure his preferred backroom team to join him in Glasgow.
Eddie Howe’s move to Celtic has collapsed after major issues emerged over not only budgets but his non-ability to bring Richard Hughes to Glasgow with him, per the Daily Mail and SkySports. The Scottish giants have been locked in talks for a while with the former Bournemouth boss, who has been out of work since leaving the Cherries last summer.
Celtic's move for Eddie Howe COLLAPSES after talks break down over his backroom team, as pressure mounts on Scottish giants to appoint Neil Lennon's successor before pre-season
Eddie Howe was Celtic's No 1 option to be their new permanent manager However talks have broken down over Howe's backroom team demands Celtic are looking at alternatives and they are in advanced talks with another They are looking to wrestle back control in Scotland after Rangers won the title
Reliable reporter Alan Nixon believes Celtic’s move for Eddie Howe is ‘agonisingly close’, but warned now could be ‘the most dangerous moment’. The Lowdown: Howe announcement imminent? With Bournemouth’s season coming to an end last weekend after losing to Brentford, that seemed to give Celtic the perfect opportunity to tie up deals for Howe and members of staff down on the south coast.
Celtic fans may now have to wait until next week for the club to announce Eddie Howe as their new manager, according to the Daily Record. The Lowdown: Bournemouth’s exit opens up door Howe’s former employers, Bournemouth, crashed out of the Championship playoffs on the weekend, which appeared to have played into Celtic’s hands.
The Richard Hughes conversation that lifts lid on his role, relationship with Celtic target Eddie Howe, and difficulties of recruiting seven players in a window
IT may be a sign of the jitters that are creeping into the Celtic support the longer it goes without a new permanent manager of the club being confirmed, that the announcement of a pre-season friendly against West Ham yesterday was met with numerous comments pointing out that the game is just six weeks away.
Eddie Howe's potential Celtic entourage: Stephen Purches, Simon Weatherstone, Richard Hughes and Peter Grant profiled
As the Eddie Howe to Celtic saga rolls on, the focus has moved on to the identities of those who will form the 43-year-old’s backroom team when he does eventually pitch up in Glasgow. Howe is understood to have earmarked his coaches at former club Bournemouth Stephen Purches and Simon Weatherstone for key roles, with the Vitality side’s current director of football Richard Hughes reported to coming too as chief scout.
Celtic fans have been reacting to news regarding Eddie Howe and his possible appointment at Celtic Park. It has seemed for some time now that former AFC Bournemouth boss Howe would be the man to take over permanently at Celtic, but news seems to have slowed on that front with it still to be officially announced.