Read Up “Former Celtic manager Martin O’Neil told Tottenham manager Ange Postecoglou that Scottish and English football are very different” He declared on the White and Jordan show that there is a significant discrepancy in football standards.

“Without a doubt, my team at Celtic in 2003 could have easily replaced them in the Premier League.

But currently, there is a huge gap in the standards.

O’Neil also made clear how eager he is for Postecoglou to succeed in north London after two great seasons with Celtic in Glasgow.

I genuinely want him to succeed because he’s a decent man, and we’re all good men until we lose a few games, the man said.

There is no doubt that he will require assistance, though, as some of those Tottenham players are ineligible to represent Tottenham.

Former Celtic Manager Martin O'Neil Told Tottenham Manager Ange Postecoglou That Scottish And English Football Are Very Different
Former Celtic Manager Martin O’Neil Told Tottenham Manager Ange Postecoglou That Scottish And English Football Are Very Different

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Newcastle’s Women’s side will become the first professional club next season to feature in the third-tier of the national women’s pyramid.

After winning Division One North, Becky Langley’s team was promoted to the FA Women’s National League Northern Premier Division.

In order to compete in the Women’s Super League, the club has now decided to transition from a semi-professional outfit to a professional team.

Newcastle’s women’s squad will train more frequently and have access to better facilities thanks to the transfer.

Langley offered the following statement on the choice: “We hope to be a leading light in the movement towards professionalism in the women’s game and inspire women and girls who dream of pursuing a career in football.”

“We have worked incredibly hard to get here, and I’m so excited to work with the players as we help them to be the best athletes they can be.”

Dan Ashworth, the sporting director at Newcastle, continued, “We are thrilled to support the team’s advancement by creating a professional model around them. Newcastle United Women’s success is a vital component of our sporting aims.

“Becky and the players have put in a tremendous amount of dedication, and going full-time will allow them to focus entirely on their careers and the future of Newcastle United Women as fully supported professionals.”

Manchester City midfielder Kalvin Phillips is reportedly on Bayern Munich’s radar.The 27-year-old only made 12 Premier League appearances after moving from Leeds to the Citizens last summer due to injury.

The English international is being considered by Phillips as an option to Declan Rice, according to the German news source BILD.

The City and Arsenal are leading the race to capture the West Ham captain, and the Bundesliga champions appear destined to miss out.

It is unknown whether Phillips would be willing to leave the Etihad.