Huddersfield Town

20 Feb 19
Lowmiller Consulting Group Blog

The Egypt international was loaned to Ahly from Premier League basement side Huddersfield Town in the last January transfer window English club Wolverhampton Wanderers are interested in signing Ahly’s young winger Ramadan Sobhi, according to the English newspaper the Daily Mail. The Egypt international was loaned to Ahly from Premier League basement side Huddersfield Town […]

20 Feb 19
Innocent Bystanders

Do we really want to live in a world where a retiree can’t express themselves freely in court? Pensioner kicked out of court for waving his genitals at staff Or toss a few items about in a playful fashion? Michael Folan, 67, was faced[sic] magistrates for throwing chairs and tables at cars and passers by […]

20 Feb 19
English Rugby League

Former England centre Luther Burrell will switch codes and sign for Warrington Wolves from Northampton Saints when his contract expires at the rugby union club in July. Burrell will join Wire in July at the end of the rugby union season and has signed a two-year deal with the Halliwell Jones Stadium club. The centre […]

20 Feb 19
talkSPORT
Some Premier League superstars get paid the big bucks for their talents with a ball at their feet. Others aren’t quite so lucky and get, comparatively, meagre wages until they can prove their abilities at an elite level. West Ham United midfielder Declan Rice celebrates scoring against Arsenal. Until signing his new deal in December, West Ham United wonderkid Declan Rice was on just £3,000-a-week compared to the stunning £80,000-a-week the barely used Lucas Perez is reportedly being paid. Rice, who recently declared his intention to play for England instead of Republic of Ireland, has so far been paid £38 for every minute of football he has played for the Hammers this season – while Perez has pocketed £5,376 per minute. Every Premier League club’s highest earning player per minute played He’s not the only ace in the English top-flight who is proving to be value for money to their team. The Sportsman have worked out every Premier League team’s lowest paid player per minute this season. They have deducted weeks the player has been injured then divided their collective earnings during the course of the campaign by the minutes they’ve played. So, who are the lowest earning players per minute played? Find out below. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] AFC Bournemouth – David Brooks, £300 Per Minute (Earns £20,000 a week, played 1598 minutes in the Premier League) Brooks is starring for Bournemouth Arsenal – Matteo Guendouzi, £688 Per Minute (Earns £40,000 a week, played 1556 minutes in the Premier League) Matteo Guendouzi has been a huge hit for Arsenal this season Brighton & Hove Albion – Gaetan Bong, £339 Per Minute (Earns £20,000 a week, played 1535 minutes in the Premier League) Brighton defender Gaetan Bong Burnley – Charlie Taylor, £301 Per Minute (Earns £25,000 a week, played 2160 minutes in the Premier League) Cardiff City – Sol Bamba, £162 Per Minute (Earns £14,000 a week, played 2250 minutes in the Premier League) Bamba celebrates against Southampton Chelsea – César Azpilicueta, £1000 Per Minute (Earns £90,000 a week, played 2340 minutes in the Premier League) Azpilicueta has been Mr Reliable for the Blues over the years Crystal Palace – Aaron Wan-Bissaka, £174 Per Minute (Earns £15,000 a week, played 2235 minutes in the Premier League) Aaron Wan-Bissaka is a player in demand Everton – Jonjoe Kenny, £555 Per Minute (Earns £15,000 a week, played 703 minutes in the Premier League) Fulham – Denis Odoi, £109 Per Minute (Earns £8,900 a week, played 2115 minutes in the Premier League) Huddersfield Town – Philip Billing, £204 Per Minute (Earns £15,000 a week, played 1910 minutes in the Premier League) Billing has been impressive despite the Terriers’ poor form Leicester City – Daniel Amartey, £360 Per Minute (Earns £21,000 a week, played 641 minutes in the Premier League) Liverpool – Joe Gomez, £487 Per Minute (Earns £30,000 a week, played 1,048 minutes in the Premier League) Gomez was performing superbly before suffering his injury Manchester City – Ederson, £695 Per Minute (Earns £65,000 a week, played 2,430 minutes in the Premier League) Ederson’s distribution is outstanding Manchester United – Marcus Rashford, £767 Per Minute (Earns £45,000 a week, played 1,525 minutes in the Premier League) Rashford has been in splendid form since Solskjaer took over Newcastle United – Deandre Yedlin, £385 Per Minute (Earns £30,000 a week, played 2,025 minutes in the Premier League) Newcastle United boss Rafael Benitez with Yedlin. Southampton – Jan Bednarek, £485 Per Minute (Earns £20,000 a week, played 1,071 minutes in the Premier League) Bednarek has flourished under new boss Ralph Hasenhuttl. Tottenham Hotspur – Harry Winks, £916 Per Minute (Earns £50,000 a week, played 1,419 minutes in the Premier League) Winks has held things together for Spurs alongside Moussa Sissoko Watford – Craig Cathcart, £267 Per Minute (Earns £23,077 a week, played 2,243 minutes in the Premier League) Cathcart in action for the Hornets West Ham United – Declan Rice, £38 Per Minute (Earned £3,000 a week up until December 28th, played 2026 minutes in the Premier League) Wolverhampton Wanderers – Matt Doherty, £117 Per minute (Earns £10,000 a week, played 2219 minutes in the Premier League) Matt Doherty has been a hit in the Premier League
20 Feb 19
talkSPORT
No professional player likes sitting on the bench but in the modern game footballers can get huge wages without taking to the pitch very often at all. In the Premier League this is especially true given the salaries afforded to stars in a division where clubs earn big money thanks to massive deals from broadcast rights. Winston Bogarde in a rare appearance for Chelsea There are no players currently in the same ball park as Winston Bogarde, the Dutch international who ran out his four-year £40,000-a-week contract at Chelsea playing just 11 times from 2000 to 2004. But The Sportsman has worked out every Premier League team’s highest paid player per minute this season. They have deducted weeks a player has been injured for, then divided their collective earnings during the course of the campaign by the minutes they’ve played. Meanwhile, those stars who have left clubs in January have also seen their subsequent weekly wages taken off their totals too. So, which Premier League star at every side is getting the most money for the least amount of effort? Find out below. [article-rail-section title=”LATEST FOOTBALL STORIES” posts_category=”221″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”recent” /] Arsenal – Carl Jenkinson – £23,226 per minute played (Earns £45,000 a week, played 31 minutes in the Premier League) Jenkinson in action for Arsenal Bournemouth – Jermain Defoe, £98,759 per minute played (Earnt £103,462 a week, played 22 minutes in the Premier League) Defoe is now on loan at Rangers in the Scottish Premiership Brighton & Hove Albion – Florin Andone, £1,948 per minute played (Earns £40,000 a week, played 534 minutes in the Premier League) Andone chases after the ball Burnley – Ben Gibson, £16,508 per minute played (Earns £40,000 a week, played 63 minutes in the Premier League) Ben Gibson has only appeared five times for Burnley in total Cardiff City – Loic Damour, £11,785 per minute played (Earns £9,519 a week, played 21 minutes in the Premier League) Chelsea – Gary Cahill, £123,810 per minute played (Earns £100,000 a week, played 21 minutes in the Premier League) Gary Cahill’s future at Chelsea is in doubt Crystal Palace – Pape Souare, £630,000 per minute played (Earns £30,000 a week, played 1 minute in the Premier League) Everton – Phil Jagielka, £16,667 per minute played (Earns £50,000 a week, played 54 minutes in the Premier League) Phil Jagielka has made one start and one substitute appearance Fulham – Fabri, £6,500 per minute played (Earns £45,000 a week, played 180 minutes in the Premier League) Huddersfield Town – Colin Quaner, £9,081 per minute played (Earns £16,000 a week, played 37 minutes in the Premier League) Leicester City – Adrien Silva, £22,727 per minute played (Earnt £80,000 a week, played 88 minutes in the Premier League) Liverpool – Daniel Sturridge, £12,381 per minute played (Earns £130,000 a week, played 273 minutes in the Premier League) Sturridge could leave Liverpool in the summer Manchester City – Kevin De Bruyne, £6,530 per minute played (Earns £350,000 a week, played 536 minutes in the Premier League) Kevin De Bruyne has suffered from injury issues this season Manchester United – Alexis Sanchez, £10,813 per minute played (Earns £350,000 a week, played 615 minutes in the Premier League) Alexis Sanchez has struggled for form at Man United Newcastle United – Yoshinori Muto £2,560 per minute played (Earns £54,000 a week, played 615 minutes in the Premier League) Southampton – Sam Gallagher, £50,000 per minute played (Earns £40,000 a week, played 8 minutes in the Premier League) Tottenham Hotspur – Georges-Kevin Nkoudou, £218,750 per minute played (Earnt £35,000 a week, played 4 minutes in the Premier League) Nkoudou struggled for first-team action at Spurs and has now left for Monaco on loan Watford – Miguel Britos, £50,000 per minute played (Earns £25,000 a week, played 13 minutes in the Premier League) West Ham United – Lucas Perez, £5,376 per minute played (Earns £80,000 a week, played 372 minutes in the Premier League) Perez looks like an unwise investment by the Hammers Wolverhampton Wanderers – Leander Dendoncker, £1,949 per minute played (Earns £37,923 a week, played 506 minutes in the Premier League)
20 Feb 19
Paul Bigland

10:19 Well, out of MY office! I’m currently at ACoRP Towers in Huddersfield as I have a meeting about judging this years ACoRP awards and changes to the ‘It’s Your Station’ category. We’re getting more and more entries each year and the judging criteria needs to be refined to cope with this. 12:02. It’s been […]

20 Feb 19
Info Pelajar

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20 Feb 19
Centro Cultural Español de Yaundé

“I don’t have any doubts about his calibre, in order to carry on, not complain a lot, move ahead and prevent progressively more and better, his time is arriving. Still another-rounded conquer Leicester City upset the bookmakers and, with beat Middlesbrough seeing that to arrive at the final 16, the Welsh attire could well be […]

19 Feb 19
Archy news nety

According to a report by Charles Watts of Football.London, Arsenal might consider separating from Alexandre Lacazette this summer. Arsenal The French hit man Lacazette made his move to the Emirates in the summer of 2017, after Arsenal agreed to pay a tax with the potential to rise to 60 million euros for Lyon's Ligue 1 […]

19 Feb 19

The Champions League is back and its the much-anticipated trip to Gelsenkirchen to face FC Schalke 04. Here’s our preview ahead of the reunion between Manchester City and the recently transferred Rabbi Matondo.

19 Feb 19
GOLDEN POINT RUGBY LEAGUE

Warrington Wolves have crossed codes with the capture of former England International centre Luther Burrell from Rugby Union side Northampton Saints until November 2021.

19 Feb 19
Alcohol by Volume

A little later than usual, here’s my annual calendar for all the big craft beer festivals and key events happening throughout 2019.

19 Feb 19
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Back in 2013, The Daily Mail had published a list of 15 English prospects to excite the England fans about the bright future that the country had.  Fast forward 6 years later and some players have reached the peak of international football, whilst others’ careers have took a massive hit. Lets have a look into who has […]