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Marco Silva - Fulham's Tom Cairney left in disbelief by Soccer AM wardrobe malfunction - - Scotland
Fulham's Tom Cairney left in disbelief by Soccer AM wardrobe malfunction
wouldn't play it on the live broadcast? That's exactly what happened to Fulham's Tom Cairney, who started panicking as hosts Jimmy Bullard and John Fendley told him his little blunder was about to be shown to millions of people around the country.Cairney was taking part in the show's 'Top Bins' game, where guests take shots at goal while trying to get the ball in wheelie bins lodged into each of the top corners, and managed to rip a hole in his jeans while having a bit of a warm-up.Cairney's face is priceless as he realises what has happened, but luckily for him the cameras hadn't started rolling yet - or so he thought."We had a little rehearsal earlier didn't we, and we had a slight issue," a grinning Fendley tells Cairney live on air."Are you showing it?" Cairney asks"You better believe we're showing it, pal! We've got a slight wardrobe malfunction let's have a look," Fendley says.To his credit, the Fulham man plays it off well, sitting there with an awkward smile accepting the taunts of the Soccer AM crew, but he hopped on Twitter later on to lay the blame at Bullard's feet.Where's the most embarrassing place you've had a wardrobe malfunction? Let us know in the comments section."Absolute panic up!! @jimmybullard your fault with the bad service," the 31-year-old tweeted.Two weeks ago, the Nottingham-born Scotland international was lifting the Championship trophy after helping guide the Cottagers back to the Premier League - their third promotion in five seasons.Despite a late wobble, Marco Silva's side secured the title by two points following a record-setting campaign which saw striker Aleksandar Mitrovic net a whopping 43 league goals.Cairney has made nearly 250 appearances for the west London side having initially
Marco Silva - Jurgen Klopp - Fabio Carvalho - Liverpool lodge £5m Fabio Carvalho offer to Fulham - and will let him stay for season - - Britain
Liverpool lodge £5m Fabio Carvalho offer to Fulham - and will let him stay for season
Liverpool have launched a bid of around £5million for Fulham wonder-kid Fabio Carvalho.The Reds are eager to sign the 19-year-old winger on a permanent deal before the end of the window despite the Cottagers’ head coach Marco Silva ruling out his imminent departure.The Mirror report Jurgen Klopp would be willing to let the Portuguese-born star return to Fulham on loan until the end of the season if an agreement is reached, with his current contract set to expire in the summer.That would be of great help to the Championship side who are currently leading the division and pushing for promotion.Carvalho, who represented England at youth level, has been at Fulham since he was 14.He has decided against signing a new deal with the west London side while various other clubs like Borussia Dortmund prepare to poach him for free in the coming months.But Fulham are keen to receive a fee for Carvalho, making Liverpool’s offer a more attractive proposition for the club.However, should he move to another English club in the summer, then an independent tribunal could have to rule on a fee.Do you think Liverpool will sign Carvalho before the end of the window? Let us know in the comments section.Want to be on the ball with all of the latest football news?Well then sign up for the brilliant Daily Star football email newsletter!From the latest transfer news to the agenda-setting stories, get it all in your email inbox - don't miss a thing.It only takes a matter of seconds.Simply type your email address into the box at the top of this article and hit 'subscribe'.And that's it, job done.
Marco Silva - Fulham fan tragically dies after heart attack in stands at Blackpool game - - Manchester
Fulham fan tragically dies after heart attack in stands at Blackpool game
The Fulham fan who collapsed in the stands at Craven Cottage on Saturday afternoon has tragically died in hospital.Paul Parish sadly lost his life following a fatal cardiac arrest suffered during the Championship match with Blackpool in west London.During the first half, the game was suspended while medics rushed to Paul before he was taken to hospital for further treatment.It was reported he left the ground conscious but the Cottagers have confirmed he has passed away.In a statement, Fulham announced: "It is with immense sadness that we inform fans of the passing of supporter, Paul Parish."Paul suffered a cardiac arrest and received treatment in the Hammersmith Stand at this afternoon’s match before being transferred to the hospital. He sadly passed away this evening."Our condolences and the thoughts of everyone at Fulham Football Club go out to Paul’s family, friends and loved ones."The family would like to thank the fans of Fulham and Blackpool for the respect and care they showed as well as all staff at Craven Cottage and at the hospital for their assistance, care and attention."Rest in Peace Paul."Fulham went on to draw the match 1-1 in difficult circumstances, and the death of supporter Paul will have rocked everyone involved with the club.Marco Silva's side are next in action on Saturday, February 5 when they travel to the Etihad to take on Premier League champions Manchester City in their FA Cup fourth-round tie.Their next home game comes the following Tuesday with London rivals Millwall visiting Craven Cottage in what will no doubt be a very emotional occasion.
Marco Silva - Duncan Ferguson - Rafa Benitez - Seven managers who kept going back to old clubs as Duncan Ferguson begins another Everton spell - - Scotland
Seven managers who kept going back to old clubs as Duncan Ferguson begins another Everton spell
Everton icon Duncan Ferguson has been handed the reins on a temporary basis again by Everton after Rafa Benitez was asked earlier this week.The ex-Liverpool boss was finally put out of his misery after a nightmare stint at Goodison Park.And the Goodison hierarchy have turned to Ferguson to boss the team while they search for a permanent replacement for Benitez.This is the second time that Ferguson has in charge of his beloved Everton after the Scot took charge in similar circumstances after Marco Silva was axed during the 2019/20 season.Ferguson isn't the first boss to return to the dugout at the same club though. Here, Daily Star Sport runs the rule over the big Scot and six other managers who had multiple spells at the same club.Ferguson is set to begin his second stint in charge of the Toffees after he was handed the reins by the Everton hierarchy this week.The Scot is an iconic figure at Goodison Park and previously stepped in for four games after Marco Silva was axed back in 2019.During his playing days, Ferguson also enjoyed two spells at the club before he returned to the club, initially on a voluntary basis, after he hung up his boots for good.The late, great Howard Kendall is widely recognised as one of Everton's greatest-ever managers and, like Ferguson, had more than one stint in charge at Goodison Park.Kendall's first stint in the dugout was one of the most successful periods in the Toffees' recent history after guiding the club to two league titles in three years.
Marco Silva - Jurgen Klopp - Harvey Elliott - Fabio Carvalho - Liverpool eye £5m January deal for Fabio Carvalho - but bad Fulham relations a problem - - Portugal
Liverpool eye £5m January deal for Fabio Carvalho - but bad Fulham relations a problem
Liverpool are looking to land Fabio Carvalho for a paltry £5m with his contract at Fulham expiring this summer.However, the west London side are still not happy with the Reds after relations soured between the two clubs over how the Harvey Elliott transfer was conducted.Jurgen Klopp is not the only player interested in the Portuguese ace with West Ham also in the race.And Fulham might prefer their London rivals to Liverpool simply because they are less than happy with them for bullying them into giving up top talent Elliott on the cheap.Carvalho has been in rampant form for the Cottagers this season, scoring seven and assisting two in the Championship.He is the latest production from the club’s academy but the 19-year-old’s contract is set to expire this summer and he has no plans to renew.It means Marco Silva is set to lose the highly-rated starlet for nothing - unless he is sold this month.And according to The Sun, Liverpool have taken up a major interest in his services as they scour the bargain bin.Despite being a major talent, they are ready to make a bid worth just £5m - forcing Fulham into an uneasy decision.But they have not forgot how they were forced into selling the Anfield outfit Elliott - the last top talent to come out of Motspur Park.In a similar-shaped deal, the youngster was set to leave at the end of his contract while Liverpool swooped in.Rules state that clubs are entitled to compensation if they lose a player under the age of 24 for nothing for developing and training him.Fulham demanded £7m for Elliott but Liverpool refused, with the Professional Football Compensation Committee ruling on their side by pricing the teenager at an initial £1.5m with a further £2.8m in future payments as well as a 20