30 MINUTES TO 1 HOUR OLD
1 HOUR TO 2 HOURS OLD
2 HOURS TO 4 HOURS OLD
4 HOURS OLD
Villarreal want Ben Brereton Diaz and are even confident of beating the likes of Tottenham Hotspur and West Ham United in the race. Villarreal’s season...
The post Report: Club now think they're going to beat Tottenham and West Ham to 'extraordinary' freebie appeared first on HITC.
Manchester United are eyeing Ben Brereton Diaz with the Blackburn Rovers attacker attracting major interest for a 2023 move. Brereton Diaz was a highly-regarded prospect...
The post Report: Manchester United eye 23-year-old they once let go as Leeds United fancy free transfer appeared first on HITC.
Sunderland want Bradley Dack as Tony Mowbray chases a reunion with the Blackburn Rovers playmaker ahead of the January transfer window. The Black Cats have...
The post Report: Sunderland want ‘immense’ player Paul Merson once backed for £20million Newcastle move appeared first on HITC.
Lee Hendrie thinks Blackburn Rovers will cash-in on Leeds United transfer target Ben Brereton Díaz in the January transfer window. The 23-year-old’s current contract at...
The post ‘He will go’: Lee Hendrie claims 23-year-old Leeds seemingly want to sign will leave appeared first on HITC.
Blackburn Rovers may keep Ben Brereton Diaz in January despite him being just months away from being able to walk away for nothing. Brereton Diaz...
The post Report: EFL club now risking opening door for Leeds United to sign 'wonderful' striker for free appeared first on HITC.
Jake Batty is staying at Blackburn Rovers despite receiving interest from Premier League duo Leeds United and Newcastle United. Both Leeds and Newcastle have been...
The post Report: Leeds United and Newcastle United have both missed out on signing exciting teenager appeared first on HITC.
SEVEN THINGS to watch out for in the Carabao Cup third-round: Newcastle's big chance of silverware
The third round of the Carabao Cup is sure to bring some unexpected surprises just like every season, as the ties take place throughout the week.
How have the Premier League's best midfielders fared as managers?
They were all masters of the midfield art and all have taken the path into management after hanging up their boots - but it's fair comment to say it's been a mixed bag in terms of fortunes.
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP: Norwich miss out on chance to go top after draw with Reading
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP: Norwich spurned the chance to go top after a 1-1 draw in the tussle between second and third at the Madejski Stadium.
CHAMPIONSHIP ROUND-UP: Sheffield United super-subs snatch late winners to send Blades top
Sheffield United's clash with Swansea looked destined to end goalless but two of the players thrown on by Blades boss Paul Heckingbottom combined in stoppage time to earn a 1-0 win in Wales.
Championship: Sheffield United, Norwich, Reading and Bristol City looking good
The Championship rarely disappoints us and the season is already shaping up to be a classic with some unexpected teams joining the anticipated promotion challengers in the opening weeks.
Blackburn wonderkid Adam Wharton 'set to snub Premier League interest to stay at hometown club'
The 18-year-old only made his Blackburn debut in last month's Carabao Cup win but has made a quick impression at Ewood Park attracting interest from Premier League clubs.
Ashley Barnes scored two and had a big hand in another goal for Anass Zaroury as Burnley swept aside Blackburn 3-0 in Sunday’s East Lancashire derby to claim top spot in the Championship.
The 33-year-old has had to make do with rare starts this season, but the absence of the unfit Jay Rodriguez handed him a start against rivals Rovers, who themselves would have gone top with a win.Continue reading...
- Sheffield United run rampant in second half to thrash leaders 5-2
- Blackburn sink Huddersfield to close gap at top to two points
Oli McBurnie scored twice as Sheffield United produced a superb second-half display to beat leaders Burnley 5-2 in a pulsating contest at Bramall Lane. Burnley took the lead twice in the first half but the Blades scored four goals after the break to blow away the visitors and canter to a third successive victory.
Sheffield United’s manager, Paul Heckingbottom, said: “The game went exactly how we thought it would. We knew Burnley would play on the front foot.Continue reading...
- Jamie Allen helps Coventry climb out of relegation zone
- West Brom overcome Blackpool despite fans’ protest
Jamie Allen dragged Coventry out of the Championship relegation zone as he denied Blackburn the chance to go top. Allen fired City in front four minutes before the break and Rovers’ hopes of a fightback were effectively dashed five minutes from time when the substitute Jake Garrett was dismissed for a foul on Callum Doyle.
Coventry climbed a point clear of the relegation zone as a result of their 1-0 win, while Blackburn could find themselves five points adrift of the leaders Burnley if they beat Rotherham on Wednesday evening.Continue reading...
- Paul Ince rages at ‘joke’ referee as Reading lose at Burnley
- Michael Carrick beaten in first Middlesbrough match
Anass Zaroury headed a dramatic Burnley winner deep into added time as they came from behind to beat Reading 2-1 at Turf Moor, leaving visiting manager Paul Ince raging that his side had been “conned” by the referee.
The goal came after Manuel Benson’s equaliser had levelled Tom Ince’s opener, as the Clarets extended their unbeaten record to 15 in the league and stayed above neighbours Blackburn.Continue reading...
- Leaders beat Wigan 2-1 as top three sides all win
- Manager Beale admits Wolves offer was ‘tempting’
QPR remain top of the Championship after a 2-1 win over Wigan at Loftus Road capped a perfect week for them.
Sam Field put Rangers ahead on 12 minutes and Leon Balogun quickly restored their lead after Nathan Broadhead’s equaliser. The win was their fifth in six matches and came 48 hours after Mick Beale delighted fans by turning down the chance to manage Wolves.Continue reading...
- Blackburn 2-0 Sunderland; Norwich 0-1 Luton
- Swansea recover from 2-0 down to beat Reading 3-2
Blackburn went top of the Championship as they defeated their former manager Tony Mowbray’s Sunderland 2-0 on his first return to Ewood Park.
Ben Brereton Díaz put Rovers ahead when he curled a left‑footed effort into the top corner from the edge of the box, seconds after a Sunderland penalty appeal was turned down. Scott Wharton’s close-range header soon after half‑time put Rovers in control despite a hint of offside. Sunderland pushed to try to get back into the game but they could not find a way past a resolute home defence as Ryan Hedges’s effort from almost halfway with the final kick of the game glanced the Sunderland post.Continue reading...
Blackburn Latest News