- Date of Birth: 6 May 1953
- Birthplace: Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland
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Graeme Souness snapped up as Euro 2020 pundit with no-nonsense Scot heading to terrestrial TV
his straight-talking best on Sky Sports on Saturday as he cast his eye over Liverpool's 2-1 win against Aston Villa. The delayed Euros will
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Newcastle United's Jonjo Shelvey was described as going "from captain to clown" on Sunday when he was shown a straight red card in the club's first game back in the Premier League, against Tottenham Hotspur.
Romelu Lukaku has confirmed that he could find himself a new club during the summer transfer window. The Belgian international has been strongly linked with a move away from Everton with the likes of Atletico Madrid, Chelsea, Juventus and, Manchester United in the running to acquire his services.
Newcastle defender Steven Taylor has called on the Newcastle board to offer Joe Kinnear the full time job in order to generate some stability at the troubled Tyneside club.
Scottish manager Graeme Souness has admitted that he is interested in the Scotland international job, and also admitted that he had held talks with the SFA.
Billy Davies the former Derby manager has ruled himself out of the race to become the new Scotland manager.
Graeme Souness has lifted the lid on the goings-on at Newcastle United whilst he was in charge. Souness revealed that he could've bought Nicolas Anelka, but the money was spent on Albert Luque instead - against his will - by Freddy Shepherd.
Wigan's caretaker manager Frank Barlow has insisted that he has no interest in becoming the Latics' boss on a full-time basis. The 61-year-old is reportedly happy in a backseat role at the club.
Graeme Souness has ruled out taking the Bolton job. Bolton chairman Phil Gartside has confirmed that the ex-Liverpool and Blackburn boss is not interested in taking over the job from stand in manager Archie Knox.