Emmanuel Eboue contract ended only after 22 days at Sunderland

Sunderland has terminated former Arsenal player Emmanuel Eboue's contract only after having joined the club for 22 days only.

This come after Eboue has received a one-year ban from FIFA because he failed to pay his former agent.

Emmanuel Eboue contract ended only after 22 days at Sunderland

Sunderland has terminated former Arsenal player Emmanuel Eboue's contract only after having joined the club for 22 days only.

This come after Eboue has received a one-year ban from FIFA because he failed to pay his former agent.

Sam Allardyce says that Emmanuel Eboue will not be joining Sunderland

Sam Allardyce says that Emmanuel Eboue will not be joining Sunderland after the club are reportedly received no contact from the player for their notice.

Sam Allardyce believes on Emmanuel Eboue

Sam Allardyce believes there is still little bit of hope left for Emmanuel Eboue to save his Sunderland contract, but, for that, he will have to ensure he settles terms with Sebastien Boisseau, his one-time agent, whom he is currently involved in a financial dispute with.

The Ivorian does not have too much time to get the dispute closed. If a club decides to end a player’s contract without his consent, the player has the right to file an appeal against that in only within a couple of weeks. Once that period is crossed, no way-back is possible.

Fernando Torres says that he has no idea of leaving Atletico Madrid

Fernando Torres says that he has no idea of leaving Atletico Madrid when his loan spell ends in the summer.

The Spanish striker returned to the club, where he is hailed as a hero, on a long loan spell from AC Milan. The Italian club took a major gamble by signing him from Chelsea despite being aware of his goalscoring problems in recent years. During his time at Liverpool, Torres was regarded as the best striker in the world without a shadow of doubt. However, injuries and a change to Chelsea brought about a major change in his game and he never recovered.

The result of the game between Arsenal and Chelsea has changed the equations

The result of the game between Arsenal and Chelsea has changed the equations in the English Premiership to a great deal.

The Gunners lost and straightaway went from one to three in the standings.

Tottenham Hotspur, on the other hand, had a completely opposite result and they managed to close in the gap of points between them and Arsenal to two points only.

With these results, it has got quite interesting now and the pressure is on Arsenal.

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has claimed that Emmanuel Eboue was the reason for settling

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain has claimed that Emmanuel Eboue was the reason for settling at the Emirates stadium. The former Southampton winger came to the gunners as a 17-year-old.

Emmanuel Eboue’s 4 year relationship with Galatasaray has reached it’s end

Back when Eboue made a move to the Turkish side Galatasaray, he signed a 4 year long contract with the club. On August of 2011, it was made official that Eboue joined Galatasaray as he penned a €3.5 million deal but it has now reached it’s end and the Ivorian defender is being linked with a move to France and with the Premier League.

Eboue failed to make a single appearance for Galatasaray in the previous season and even though the 32 year old defender has not played any important role for the Turkish club, Eboue stated that he would like to continue paying for them.

Emmanuel Eboue needs more than praise to revive his career

Emmanuel Eboue has gone from being a consistent starter of Arsenal to not playing a single match in this season for the Turkish side Galatasaray.

Not too long ago, Arsenal’s Oxlade-Chamberlain revealed that one of the players who helped him on getting accustomed to life at the Premier League club was Emmanuel Eboue as the Ivorian defender made jokes which made things easier for Oxlade-Chamberlain who was only 17 years old when he signed with Arsenal.

Herve Renard gets down to Earth

The manager of the Ivory Coast national Football team, Herve Renard, was on the top of the world the other night in Bata as his team clinched the most prestigious competition in African Football, the Cup of Nations.
And, in his happiness, he forgot the dignity of the post at which he was and he did something which probably no manager in the history of the game would have ever done. He took off his shirt.