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FIFA Ballon d'Or 2014 short list - Ronaldo, Messi and Neuer chase top award

Cristiano Ronaldo remains a hot favourite to be voted the 2014 FIFA Ballon d'Or winner after being named on a three-man short-list for the award alongside Lionel Messi and Manuel Neuer. Ronaldo is seeking to retain his crown and become World Player of the Year for the third time, with the Real Madrid superstar having also prevailed in 2008, when at Manchester United. Barcelona legend Messi topped the polls for four straight years in between and was runner-up to his great rival last term, while Bayern Munich goalkeeper Neuer is the first shot-stopper to make the short list since fellow German Oliver Kahn was second in 2002. Here we take a look at the top trio's exploits over the past 12 months: CRISTIANO RONALDO Finished last season as the leading scorer in La Liga with 31 goals and netted another 17 in the Champions League as Real Madrid lifted that trophy for a record 10th time. Couldn't inspire Portugal to a successful World Cup but has returned to form with his club this term, bagging an incredible 26 goals in 20 appearances to help Real secure 16 straight victories. LIONEL MESSI Was hampered by injury problems during the 2013/14 Spanish season but still finished with 28 goals as Barcelona narrowly missed out on another Primera Division title triumph. Bounced back to help Argentina reach the World Cup final, scoring four times and receiving the Golden Ball for player of the tournament, and has already struck 17 times in 18 games for Barca this term. MANUEL NEUER Conceded just 23 goals in 34 matches as Bayern Munich were runaway Bundesliga champions once more and began the current campaign in even more dominant form, being beaten just three times in 13 domestic fixtures. Also played a major role in Germany's World Cup success at Brazil 2014, where he picked up the Golden Glove gong as best shot-stopper and his exploits created the new phrase 'sweeper-keeper' as he helped break up attacking threats outside the area and played a part in launching his own team's forward moves.

Liverpool FC transfer news - Gerrard and Johnson linked with Anfield exit rumours

Steven Gerrard is being backed to make a sensational switch to the MLS next summer as speculation grows over whether he will finally call time on his career at Liverpool at the end of this season. The 34-year-old midfielder was dropped to the bench for Saturday's Anfield clash with Stoke, which the Reds eventually won 1-0 after the captain was introduced as a second-half understitute. Gerrard has dismissed suggestions of any problems between him and manager Brendan Rodgers, posting on his instagram account: "Just to set the record straight media talk of a fall out between us 2 is NONSENSE ..have a nice Sunday." However, question marks over his role at the club remain, especially if Liverpool fail to progress beyond the group stage of the Champions League and then struggle to qualify for that competition again next term. With several new Major League Soccer teams set to be introduced over the next few years, the time could be right for Gerrard to explore possible openings in this market, with stars such as Thierry Henry, Robbie Keane, David Villa and Frank Lampard already raising the profile of the sport in the USA. Meanwhile, former England full-back Glen Johnson could also be on his way out of Anfield, with talks having stalled over a new deal when his current contract ends next summer. Johnson ended a goal drought stretching back almost two years when netting the winner for the Reds on Saturday but then revealed his prospects of staying on Merseyside are slim. "I have enjoyed my six years at the club, even if there have been some good and some bad times, but I can't stay if I don't have a contract," said the 30-year-old. Johnson can start to talk to overseas clubs in January, with Roma reportedly interested in making a move, while Arsenal are also believed to be monitoring the situation if he prefers to stay in England.

Norwich City FC next manager - Phelan hot favourite to succeed under-fire Adams

Mike Phelan has been heavily backed to become the next Norwich City manager as speculation grows over the future of under-fire Carrow Road boss Neil Adams. The Canaries have slipped from top spot in the Championship to 11th place after picking up just a single point from their last four fixtures and only one win in 10 league games. Adams took over at Norwich following the departure of Chris Hughton in April and kept his job despite City being relegated from the Premier League when losing six of their final seven matches. The 49-year-old repaid that faith by securing six victories from the club's first nine Championship matches this term, but they have since gone from promotion favourites to mid-table mediocrity. Following Saturday's 2-1 home loss to Reading, Adams appealed for more time to turn things around, with a trip to Wigan next on the agenda and then a visit from Huddersfield, who are both struggling at the moment. "It's a tough time for us all - players, staff, supporters," Adams told BBC Sport. "We all want the best for this club. I hope I get the time. Of course it's a results business, we're well aware of that. You have to win games. "You are going to be under pressure now because results are not in keeping with the size of the club and quality of the players we've got. The only thing we'll be focusing on is doing everything we can to change it. Promotion will always be the target. We're still capable of that." Phelan was recently recruited by the Norwich board to be first-team coach, having enjoyed considerable success during his time as No 2 to Sir Alex Ferguson with Manchester United for five years. The 52-year-old has already worked on the Canaries' backroom staff during Gary Megson's reign and was a popular player at Carrow Road from 1985 to 1989, so any transition would hopefully be smooth. Gianfranco Zola is another name being linked with City if the job does become vacant, with Tim Sherwood and Tony Pulis also rated contenders, but there can be little doubt Phelan is in pole position at this stage.

Manchester United transfer news - Wesley Sneijder again linked with Old Trafford move

Rumours are rife that Wesley Sneijder could be a transfer target for Manchester United in the January window after the Holland star's latest setback at Galatasaray. It seems the 30-year-old has had a troubled time in Turkey ever since signing a three-and-a-half-year deal with the Istanbul club in January 2013 and the situation may be about to reach a conclusion. Sneijder was only used as a second-half understitute for last weekend's home match with Trabzonspor and that decision backfired on Cesare Prandelli as Gala suffered a crushing 3-0 loss. That disappointment was followed by a 2-0 Champions League defeat, which resulted in Prandelli being axed after a run of four straight reversals in Europe's elite club competition. With the coaching situation up in the air, Sneijder's representatives are expected to seek out alternative arrangements for the second half of the season, just in case the problems at Gala spiral out of control. Having won 111 international caps with the Netherlands, Sneijder is capable of slotting straight into any major set-up and former Holland boss Louis van Gaal is naturally a big fan of the midfielder. The Red Devils are already struggling to find room for attacking midfielder Juan Mata, but they could see Sneijder as a more versatile option if the latter elects to move back to Spain. With Michael Carrick, Ander Herrera, Daley Blind and Darren Fletcher all suffering from injury problems this term, adding Sneijder to the mix would certainly make sense. Chelsea supremo Jose Mourinho is another admirer from their time together at Inter Milan, so United may have to move quickly to get their man, but linking up again with Van Gaal is still seen as the favoured option.

Aston Villa FC next manager - Keane backed for sensational return to replace Lambert

In the crazy world of next manager betting, Roy Keane leaving Aston Villa has sparked a huge divide in opinion on who will replace Paul Lambert when he moves on from the Premier League club. Following a run of eight straight games without a win, Lambert is one of the favourites in the sack race market on which top-flight boss will be the first to go this season. The Scot is now searching for a new No 2 after Keane quit his position as assistant at Villa Park, apparently in order to focus all of his attention on helping Martin O'Neill to guide the Republic of Ireland to Euro 2016. That move prompted BetVictor to push out the price of Keane succeeding his former governor to a whopping 25/1, with that firm clearly believing the former Manchester United midfielder has burned his bridges by walking out on the Midlands outfit. However, Irish layers Paddy Power, who could well be expected to have an inside track on this whole situation, have slashed the odds of Keane eventually succeeding Lambert to just 6/4, with the 43-year-old a firm favourite for this market in their eyes! Villa CEO Tom Fox said: "We thank Roy for his time at the club and we wish him the best with Ireland. Our focus now will be on working with Paul to identify the right person to work alongside him and to help us continue on our journey to return the club to its rightful place in the Premier League." Hardly any scope for taking that as a mixed message to mean that if results continue to go against Villa they will be ditching Lambert and looking for Keane to come back and rescue them. However, the only rule when it comes to punting on managerial changes in the Premier League appears to be 'expect the unexpected' and Keane clearly made a big impression on the rest of the coaching staff at Villa. "In the brief period we have worked together, he has been great in the role and I understand his reasons for leaving," commented Lambert. Tony Pulis is another obvious contender to be given the task of saving Villa if Lambert does lose his job, with crucial games against fellow strugglers Burnley, Crystal Palace and Leicester coming up in the next week or so, while Jurgen Klinsmann is another name on the radar due to the club's American connection. However, don't say we didn't warn you if Keane ends up doing another amazing U-turn in the near future!

Premier League Fantasy Football transfer tips - Rooney worth recruiting for Gameweek 13

With the next two rounds of Premier League fixtures coming up in quick succession, Fantasy Football fans need to act fast to get in good shape for this crucial double-header and our top scout has some solid transfer tips. Several teams are at home twice and some favourable match-ups makes seeking out the value buys essential, while long-term tactics are also needed with the hectic Christmas schedule on the horizon. WAYNE ROONEY - Man Utd £10.3million The Red Devils captain has had a stop-start season for United, mainly due to a three-match ban for that stupid dismissal versus West Ham, but last Saturday's lovely goal at Arsenal still gave him a respectable four strikes in nine club matches. With six scores in six international fixtures for England, including a brace against Scotland at Celtic Park, there can be no doubting Rooney's overall form and, as he said himself at Emirates Stadium, the time has now come to focus on club football - with Old Trafford matches versus Hull and Stoke clearly conducive to bagging some points for fantasy fans. GYLFI SIGURDSSON - Swansea City £6.8million After a couple of below-par campaigns in fantasy terms, the Iceland star is back to doing what he does best as an attacking midfielder in a Swansea side which likes to play good football and push forward whenever possible. With two goals, seven assists and a whole host of bonus points this term, Sigurdsson has been consistently proving his worth and that should continue over the next few days, with Crystal Palace and QPR visiting Liberty Stadium. WILFRIED BONY - Swansea City £8.2million Those same fixtures in Wales make striker Bony another strong candidate for anyone looking for a value buy up front, especially as Swansea's run all the way through to the New Year is pretty decent - Hull, Aston Villa and QPR also figure among their upcoming opponents. Bony has bagged five goals in his last six matches for the Swans and, with his immediate future sorted following a new contract extension, he can continue to enjoy success before heading off to represent Ivory Coast in the African Nations Cup.

Aston Villa FC news - Roy Keane leaves club, Paul Lambert seeking new assistant

Roy Keane has sensationally stood down from his position as assistant manager at Aston Vila after just five months in the job, with Paul Lambert now seeking a new No 2. The former Manchester United midfielder revealed he has taken this decision to focus on helping Martin O'Neill with the Republic of Ireland international team. "Ultimately, my roles with Villa and Ireland and combining my commitment to these have become too much," confessed Keane. Villa are currently 16th in the Premier League, just two places and the same number of points above the relegation zone following a run of eight games without a win. Keane has had previous spells as head coach with Sunderland and Ipswich since ending his stellar career on the pitch, when representing United, Nottingham Forest and Celtic. The 43-year-old joined Villa in July and has been juggling his duties with the Premier League club and Ireland. "It isn't fair to either Villa or Ireland, so I've made this decision," he declared. "I'd like to thank Paul for giving me a great opportunity to come to a brilliant football club. "I've really enjoyed my experiences at Villa and I wish the management team, the players, the supporters and the club nothing but the best going forward." Aston Villa chief executive Tom Fox revealed the search for a new assistant will begin immediately. He said: "We thank Roy for his time at the Club and we wish him the best with Ireland. "Our focus now will be on working with Paul to identify the right person to work alongside him and to help us continue on our journey to return the club to its rightful place in the Premier League."

Lionel Messi next club - Chelsea FC backed to make move for FC Barcelona superstar

Chelsea are the latest club being linked with a sensational move for Lionel Messi next summer as speculation grows over a potential fall-out with Barcelona over financial matters. Messi signed a new long-term deal in May which is believed to guarantee him 18million euros a year, while his additional income from endorsements increases that figure significantly. However, with Cristiano Ronaldo moving clear of him in the earnings stakes, as well as being favourite for another FIFA Ballon d'Or award this term, Messi's camp are allegedly far from content with their lot. Reports suggest a 250million euros price tag has been put on Messi's head, which would obviously scare off all but the richest clubs in Europe, especially with the new Financial Fair Play regulations. However, Bayern Munich, Paris Saint-Germain and Bayern Munich are all believed to be monitoring the situation - and Chelsea are also rumoured to be ready to join the race for Messi's signature. With his appetite for success rekindled by the Blues' unbeaten start to the current campaign, billionaire Stamford Bridge owner Roman Abramovich could certainly afford to fund such a coup. Jose Mourinho's past connections with Barcelona should mean that he is well known to Messi and his representatives, while the chance to showcase his talents in such a major city as London would certainly appeal to the player. Although currently breaking records on a weekly basis, including most goals scored in La Liga and the Champions League, Messi still has plenty of good years ahead of him at the age of 27. Chelsea's slick passing style would suit the Argentina ace down to the ground and he will have received favourable reports from former Barca teammate Cesc Fabregas over life at the club.

Arsenal FC transfer news - Isco backed to join from Real Madrid CF in January

Arsenal are currently all the rage to sign Real Madrid midfielder Isco in the January transfer window as Arsene Wenger listens to calls from supporters to splash the cash. The 22-year-old playmaker established himself as one of the hottest prospects in Europe during two successful seasons with Malaga, scoring 14 goals in 69 La Liga appearances and three more in the Champions League. Isco was strongly tipped to follow manager Manuel Pellegrini to Manchester City before eventually switching to Real on a five-year deal for 30million euros after helping Spain to win the European Under-21s Championship. In picking up the 2012 Golden Boy award for best young player in Europe, he features on an elite list of individuals to receive that gong which includes Wayne Rooney, Lionel Messi, Sergio Aguero and Paul Pogba. Stats of 71 games played for Real in just over 15 months, with 12 goals scored and an hour on the pitch in the Champions League final, would suggest Isco has settled in well at the Bernabeu. However, many of those appearances have come as a understitute and the jury is still out over whether he will get a true chance to shine in a star-studded line-up alongside the likes of Cristiano Ronaldo, Gareth Bale and James Rodriguez. Arsenal are also blessed with plenty of attacking talent in midfield, with Mesut Ozil, Aaron Ramsey, Jack Wilshere and Santi Cazorla all capable of getting forward through the middle. However, Wenger is believed to see Isco as the kind of player who could dominate a match in the way those players have generally failed to do this term, especially games as against other big clubs. Although still very much a developing talent, Isco has a good football brain and the self-belief to impose himself on any situation, which is exactly what the Gunners need right now. Manchester City are also believed to be monitoring the situation, but the smart money is currently going on Isco moving to Emirates Stadium.

Cheltenham Town FC new manager - Paul Buckle replaces Mark Yates at Whaddon Road

Cheltenham Town have wasted little time in appointing Paul Buckle as their new manager following the dismissal of Mark Yates earlier this week, with the 43-year-old handed a 12-month rolling contract. The former Torquay, Bristol Rovers and Luton boss was the bookies' favourite to take over at Whaddon Road after spending some time in the USA as a technical director. The Robins are currently 18th in the table following four straight League Two defeats, but Buckle is confident he can turn things around, starting with Saturday's home match against Oxford United. "Things have moved very quickly," he told the club website. "I had other offers in the States, when I made my mind up to go back into management, but after speaking to the chairman this job moved right to the top of the list. "I knew in my gut that this was right. I feel I know the club in terms of bringing teams here and you get a feeling about the place. It’s always been a real family club and I loved the chairman’s enthusiasm. “I like the fact Mark was here for nearly five years, that speaks volumes about the club and it’s a very loyal club. It’s a club I am really looking forward to working with.” Cheltenham's overall home form has been solid this season, with three wins, three draws and the same number of defeats, and they will be slight favourites to see off an Oxford side one place and two points below them in the table. “I am excited to get started,” added Buckle. “I said earlier, the reason I have come back today and not on Thursday is to have that extra day with the players. “It’s a huge game for us, given our position in the league, and it’s a big game for Oxford, who will come here confident they can jump above us. “It’s a big game for everyone, but it’s an opportunity for the players to show me what they are about and I am really looking forward to it.”


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