Ricky Sbragia

Ricky Sbragia

  • Current club: Scotland national under-19 football team
  • Date of Birth: 26 May 1956
  • Birthplace: Lennoxtown, Lennoxtown, Scotland
  • Position: Defender

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      Martinez to be new Wigan boss

      Roberto Martinez has snubbed an offer from Celtic to join Wigan as their new boss. Wigan's boss, Steve Bruce, will move to Sunderland after Ricky Sbragia stepped down.

      Martin Jol to make return to EPL

      Former Spurs boss, Martin Jol, is enjoying a great season in the Bundesliga with Hamburg, sources close to him say that he would love to retun to the Premier League.

      Valery Mezague to Sunderland

      Châteauroux's midfield gem Valery Mezague has emerged as a target for Ricky Sbragia's Black Cats this summer, and Sunderland are ready to offer £650,000 for his services.

      Malbranque to Wolves?

      Wolverhampton Wanderers boss Mick McCarthy could well be ready to make an offer for French midfielder Steed Malbranque if Sunderland find themselves relegated to the Championship this season. It is believed that McCarthy is ready to bid £3 million for the former Fulham midfielder.

      Sunderland eye Plasil

      Sunderland are reportedly interested in signing Czech Republic midfielder, Jaroslav Plasil, from Osasuna. Plasil is valued by his club at around 1.5 million GBP.

      Sunderland sign Tal Ben Haim

      Tal Ben Haim joins Sunderland on a loan deal until the end of the season. The 26-year old is Sunderland's first signing of this transfer window.

      Gohouri to Sunderland?

      Sunderland are apparently ready to make a move for Steve Gohouri, the Ivory Coast international currently playing at Borussia Mönchengladbach. The 27 year old is ready to quit the Bundesliga for the Premiership.