Blues boss Hughton has seen Eriksson
(right) fork out over pounds 10million this summer to transform the Foxes while he has operated with loans and free transfers.
London : Former England manager Sven-Goran Eriksson
has been named chief coach of Chinese Super League side Guangzhou R&F, the club said yesterday.
Fulham chief executive Alistair Mackintosh has held talks with the former England boss and although personal terms are yet to be agreed, Eriksson
is clear favourite to succeed Roy Hodgson.
July 18th - The News of the World reports that Eriksson
had a relationship with Faria Alam, a secretary at the FA.
only lasted until after the following World Cup, since when he has embarked on a nomadic existence, taking charge of both the Mexico and Ivory Coast national teams, in addition to Notts County following a stormy season at Manchester City under controversial owner Thaksin Shinawatra.
There is a fair chance that Eriksson
will take the job," Harris said, "and the important thing is that Eriksson
is highly respected by England's players.
THERE is a "fair chance" of Sven-Goran Eriksson
becoming the next Manchester City manager, says the man brokering Thaksin Shinawatra's takeover of the club.
then met captain Richard Dunne ahead of the rest of the playing staff, before addressing the club's coaching staff and the scouts.
The pair will meet tonight to discuss the future, but Sunday Mirror Sport understands Shinawatra is now considering keeping Eriksson
for the second season of his three-year contract.
feels Beckham deserves the chance to achieve such a prestigious milestone in England's football history.
City are desperate for striking power, and Yakubu is a player Eriksson
will attempt to prise away from the Riverside.
In 1966, 16-year-old Sven-Goran Eriksson
won the first and only prize of his inconspicuous playing career ( a tin of coffee.