- Pulis leaves Stoke City
Tony Pulis has left Stoke City by mutual consent after seven years in charge, following their 13th placed finish in the Premier League. He was appointed for a second time in 2006 two years after he guided the club to top flight after a 23 year absence but was subject of unrest from some fans towards the end of the season as they were close to relegation. A statement of the club said, "Stoke City and Tony Pulis confirm that they have mutually agreed that Tony will leave the club with immediate effect."
- PFA investigates decision on fining Sunderland players
The PFA are to investigate Paolo Di Canio's disciplinary actions towards several of the Sunderland players to see if they were acceptable or if there are grounds of appeal. Players' Union chief Gordon Taylor said: "Nobody says we're against discipline at the PFA, but it's got to be proportionate. We have a recommended code for clubs to adhere to. Players know when they've done wrong and when they've been a problem. For the most part, they will accept that. But it's not always good to have the manager coming out in public. These things are better dealt with person to person internally and it's better for the future. There has been some complaints, yes. I wouldn't want to go any further at this moment, so as not to prejudice any particular situation."
- Andy Carroll pulls out of England Squad
Liverpool striker Andy Carroll has pulled out of the England squad for the upcoming friendlies against the Republic of Ireland and Brazil because of a heel injury. Manager Roy Hodgson is not drafting in a replacement and will rely on Wayne Rooney and Danny Welbeck. He joins captain Steven Gerrard, and Jack Wilshere on the list of absentees.
- Moyes meets players at staff at Manchester United
David Moyes has met the back room staff along with all the players and coaches at Manchester United, although he does not officially replace Ferguson until 1st July. He was given permission by Everton to hold the meetings at Old Trafford to reassure the staff alongside those at Goodison Park about their future.
- Man City announce new partnership with New York Yankees
Manchester City have announced a new partnership with baseball giants the New York Yankees to form a new Major League Soccer franchise. They will enter the MLS in 2015 with the deal thought to be worth around $100m (£66m). New York City Football Club will enter the MLS in 2015 and will play in a temporary home until a new stadium is built.
- Phil Neville keen to replace David Moyes at Everton
Phil Neville has been one of the names linked to replace David Moyes as manager at Everton and he believes that the set up at Goodison Park is good enough for no body to struggle when taking over the job. Neville, 36 said: "It is flattering to be linked with the Everton job. There is a structure in place where the new man who comes in will not have that much to do. I am at the end of my career and I am looking to get into coaching and management. It's just whatever direction the club want to take."
- Paul Dickov named Doncaster Rovers manager
Doncaster have appointed former Oldham manager Paul Dickov as their new manager replacing Brian Flynn. He has been out of work since leaving League One side Oldham following a run of poor form. A statement from Doncaster said, "After extensive talks and interviews with various high quality applicants, Rovers' owners and chief executive Gavin Baldwin have concluded the search for a new manager and have confirmed that former Oldham Athletic manager Paul Dickov is the correct person to move Doncaster Rovers forward."
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