Steve Coppell

Steve Coppell

Steve Coppell

  • Current club: ATK
  • Date of Birth: 9 July 1955
  • Birthplace: Liverpool, Liverpool, England

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      Coppell resigns as Reading boss

      Reading boss Steve Coppell has quit the club after failing to guide the Royals back to the Premiership at the first time of asking. It is understood that the coach will be taking a year out of football before planning a return.

      Dan Harding joins Reading on loan

      Reading have signed Dan Harding from Ipswich on a loan deal.The deal will see him play for the Royals until the end of the season.

      Coppell warns Ronaldo

      Reading manager and former Manchester United player Steve Coppell has warned Cristiano Ronaldo over a possible move to Spanish giants Real Madrid.

      Coppell reveals offers for stars

      Championship bound Reading boss Steve Coppell has revealed that he has received several offers for his players; and that he is in no rush to sell his star assets as he plans a swift return to the Premiership with the Royals.

      Harper may stay at Reading

      Reading boss Steve Coppell has confirmed that midfielder James Harper could well be staying at the club - despite the interest of Fulham, Middlesbrough of Wigan.

      Hunt to Sunderland?

      Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt looks all set to complete a summer move to Premiership side Sunderland this summer.

      Reading to sign Swansea midfielder

      Reading manager Steve Coppell is interested in signing Swansea midfielder, Ferrie Bodde.

      Coppell commited to Reading future

      Reading manager Steve Coppell has dispelled all speculation on his future at the club and has confirmed that he shall stick onto the club for one more season at least.

      Adams unsure of future

      Portsmouth number 2 Tony Adams has still yet to decide whether he will be at the club next season. There have been rumours of a coaching job elsewhere, and the former Arsenal legend is willing

      Hunt unsure of Reading future

      Reading midfielder Stephen Hunt is unsure of his future at the club despite the reported interest of several Premiership sides. Hunt is believed to however still be willing to stay at the club if he sees the ambition this summer.

      Megson: UEFA exit saved us

      Gary Megson believes that Bolton's UEFA Cup exit to Sporting Lisbon rescued the club from the drop. Bolton survived thanks to some late form from the Trotters and Megson revealed that Reading counterpart Steve Coppell did not want European football for Reading the season before as he was worried it would split their priorities.

      Coppell set to resign from Reading

      According to the Mirror, Reading boss Steve Coppell is expected to offer his resignation to chairman John Madejski today after an initial meeting with the chairman.

      Coppell reveals disappointment

      Steve Coppell has admitted he is absolutely gutted after seeing his side relegated to the Championship. Reading battled to a 4-0 victory but in the end it wasn't enough for them to stay in the Premiership top flight.

      Coppell: I'm no escapologist

      Reading boss Steve Coppell has bemoaned his past as a manager in relegation battles when asked whether he would be a 'footballing Houdini' and keep Reading in the top flight. Coppell had been relegated in the past with both Crystal Palace and Brighton.

      Coppell tight-lipped on future

      Reading boss Steve Coppell is remaining tight lipped over his future at the club. Apparently, Coppell has an outstanding relationship with chairman John Madejski, but relegation to the Championship will surely test his patience.

      Coppell admits blame

      Reading boss Steve Coppell has admitted the blame for the plight of the Royals that has seen the side slip into the bottom three of the Premiership after defeat to Tottenham.

      Royals well beaten by classy Spurs

      Reading boss Steve Coppell could do nothing but admit that his side were well beaten by Tottenham at the Madejski Stadium.

      Coppell ok with Rafa

      Steve Coppell is ok with Rafa Benitez despite the fact that the Liverpool side played an under strength side against Birmingham last weekend. The Reading boss is confident of staying in the Premiership this year.

      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.

      Coppell wants Hleb action

      Reading boss Steve Coppell has called for action to be taken against Arsenal midfielder Alexander Hleb. The Belarussian was caught in a tangle with Graeme Murty and seemed to use excessive force against the player.