Nicky Shorey

Nicky Shorey

Nicky Shorey

  • Current club: Reading
  • Date of Birth: 19 February 1981
  • Birthplace: Romford, Romford, England
  • Position: Left back

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      West Brom's former Premier League defender announces his retirement
      , ahead of Nicky Shorey and Goran Popov. West Brom latest This is your round up of all things West Brom; the one-stop...
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      Stoke set to bolster the squad

      Stoke City have signed Henri Camara from Wigan and are all set to sign Nicky Shorey and Joe Ledly.

      Shorey exit uncertainty

      Reading defender Nicky Shorey could still be staying at the club; despite the interest of West Ham and Tottenham. It is understood that the England international full back has been a primary target for several sides this summer after the Royals' relegation to the Championship.

      West Ham back for Shorey

      West Ham are reportedly back in the market for Reading defender Nicky Shorey. The England international right back has been looking to leave the Royals' since they were relegated to the Championship.

      Reading will sell Shorey

      Reading chief executive Nicky Howe has confirmed that many players will be leaving the club this summer as they rebuild for life in the Championship, and put Tottenham and Blackburn on high alert as he announced that Nicky Shorey will be likely to leave the Royals.

      West Ham chase Shorey

      Reading defender Nicky Shorey has been linked with a move to West Ham. The player is reportedly looking to leave the club after the club were relegated, and Shorey is their club's prized asset.

      Relegation - Counting the cost

      The Premier League comes to a conclusion on Sunday, and not only is the title race to be decided, but the relegation scrap will also come to a head. The potential losses involved in relegation are the root cause of nightmares for all chairmen at that end of the table.

      Preview: Wigan vs Reading

      Reading need to stave off the threat of Premiership relegation while Wigan and Steve Bruce know a victory will guarantee them another year in the top flight. Steve Coppell knows his side must win after their drastic fall from grace in the Premiership this year.

      Tottenham chase Shorey

      Tottenham are considering a summer move for Reading defender Nicky Shorey. The Reading full back is reportedly unhappy and not prepared to stay at the Royals next season as Spurs emerged as candidates for his signature.

      Rosenior eyes England call up

      Reading youngster Liam Rosenior is hoping that Fabio Capello's recent visits to the Madejski Stadium were in order to see him in action. Rosenior is hoping to earn his first England call up soon, and some impressive displays have caught the eye.

      Liam Rosenior eyes England call up

      Reading defender Liam Rosenior is eyeing his first full England international cap. Fabio Capello has been watching Reading in recent weeks and many believe Rosenior is in line for a call up. Rosenior pointed to the success of Micah Richards and hoped to join him in the international squad.

      Shorey stalls on new deal

      England international defender Nicky Shorey has put contract talks on hold until the summer with his club Reading. Tottenham have been linked in the past with a move for the right back.

      Capello: everyone equal

      After the omission of David Beckham from his first England squad, Fabio Capello has insisted that 'everyone is equal' and has an opportunity of making his England squad's in the future.

      Coppell hates transfer window

      Reading manager Steve Coppell has expressed his hate for the January transfer window, believing clubs "scurrilous" transfer activity causes general distain around players linked with moves away from smaller sides.

      Tottenham edge thriller

      Dimitar Berbatov showed what he truly is - pure class - as he scored 4 goals in a bizarre match at White Hart Lane between Spurs and Reading. Tottenham edged the thriller winning 6-4.

      Reading draw with Hammers

      David Kitson earned Reading an important away point at Upton Park against West Ham on Boxing Day with a late equaliser. West Ham had earlier taken the lead through Nolberto Solano.

      Arsenal go back to the top

      Arsenal have returned to the top of the Premiership with a 3-1 victory over Reading at the Madejski Stadium on Monday night. Goals from Mathieu Flamini, Emmanuel Adebayor and Alexander Hleb were enough for the Gunners to seal the game, but a late consolation from Nicky Shorey did not dampen the Gunners' mood.

      Reading nab 3 points

      Substitute Shane Long needed just seconds to net the goal that gave Reading a deserved 2-1 victory over Newcastle at the Madejski Stadium. Sam Allardyce's side thought they had grasped a point when Michael Duberry's own goal cancelled out Dave Kitson's opener.

      Ashley Cole misses Russia trip

      Ashley Cole has been ruled out of England's crucial upcoming Euro 2008 Qualifier with Russia on Wednesday at the Luzhniki stadium. At the weekend Joleon Lescott came on for Cole, and Nicky Shorey had been mooted to replace Cole, but now it appears Luke Young may get a chance after being called up to the squad by Steve McLaren. Alternatively, Phil Neville may start.

      Cole sweating on scan

      Ashley Cole is sweating on his scan results after he injured his ankle severely during the match against Estonia. After being stretched off, the player looked in some agony. The player is waiting to find out if he will miss England's trip to Russia.

      Pompey win 11 goal thriller

      Portsmouth 7-4 Reading
      Portsmouth picked up 3 points against Reading in an 11 goal thriller as Portsmouth defeated Reading 7-4. It was one of the most memorable of games as Benjani helped himself to a hat-trick.