Jurgen Klopp feels sorry for rival manager Pep Guardiola and his players following Manchester City’s ban from the Champions League.
Joey Barton feels sad for English football that Manchester City have been banned from the Champions League.
Delighted Fleetwood boss Joey Barton felt his side were “superb” and well-deserved 2-1 victors against in-form Peterborough.
Fleetwood striker Ched Evans is out of Saturday’s League One clash with Peterborough as he begins a three-match ban.
Fleetwood boss Joey Barton has been charged by the Football Association after being sent from the touchline for the second time this season.
Joey Barton questioned the standard of refereeing as his 10-man Fleetwood side claimed a 1-0 victory over Wycombe at Adams Park.
Midfielder Fred Onyedinma is set to play his first game for just over three months in Wycombe’s Sky Bet League One clash with Fleetwood at Adams Park.
New signing Glenn Whelan is set to retain his place in the starting line-up for Fleetwood’s match against Coventry.
Portsmouth manager Kenny Jackett saluted a “solid” effort from his team after they edged their FA Cup third-round clash 2-1 against League One rivals Fleetwood.
Sunderland boss Phil Parkinson saluted the character within his team after they deservedly hit back to earn a 1-1 draw at play-off chasing Fleetwood.
Fleetwood boss Joey Barton is expecting punishment from the Football Association after he was sent off during an ill-tempered 0-0 home draw against play-off chasing rivals Bristol Rovers.
Fleetwood manager Joey Barton was sent off by referee Paul Marsden during an ill-tempered 0-0 draw against play-off chasing rivals Bristol Rovers.
Joey Barton was delighted with his team’s comeback but fumed at the match officials following Fleetwood’s 3-2 victory at Rochdale on Boxing Day.
Fleetwood head coach Joey Barton believes his side are learning how to play well away from home following their 2-2 draw at Rotherham.Ched Evans twice put the visitors in front but Rotherham rallied to ensure they stayed above their opponents in the Sky Bet League One table.Freddie Ladapo’s header got the Millers level only for Evans to score a minute later from a shambolic defensive lapse between Matt Olosunde and goalkeeper Daniel Iversen.Matt Crooks ensured a spare of the spoils as he nipped in to level from close range with just 10 minutes left on the clock.Barton said: “At this moment in time we have got the feelgood factor at home and we fancy our chances against anybody. The challenge is to build on that on the road and that was a step in the right direction towards that.“We knew the qualities Rotherham have got after coming out of the Championship last season. They have players who at League One level can be match-winners and influence the game.“We knew we would have to attack. We would not come here and try to contain because they have got some firepower.“I thought we were superb. The first half was as good as we have played away from home in my time here.“We were dominant and passed the ball well. We were a tad unfortunate not to go in with a further lead.“They had nothing to lose in the second half because they were not in the ascendancy.”Rotherham manager Paul Warne was forced to patch up his side with several players playing out of position.He said: “We had to jiggle the side quite a lot but that aside we didn’t really play well enough in the first half. It looked a bit lacklustre, which is disappointing.“We wanted to make the fans happy in the second half. I was really pleased when we got back into it. I thought we would go on and win it. It felt like one of those great days at New York.“The second goal is a calamity really. That is the nicest way to put it. We didn’t need that misfortune. But in fairness to the lads’ character we came back in it again.“I thought we might nick it but it wasn’t to be.“At half-time I asked them to do things a bit differently and play with a bit more speed and to get crosses into the box. If you do that, you get chances.“I didn’t think we moved the ball quick enough and we allowed them to get their shape. We are at our best when we play forward.”
Fleetwood manager Joey Barton appears to have no fresh selection concerns but could make changes for the Sky Bet League One clash with Gillingham.
Simon Grayson says confidence is flowing through Bloomfield Road after Blackpool moved up to fourth with a 3-1 derby victory against Fleetwood.
Formartine United’s Jevan Anderson may return to Fleetwood Town for a further trial.
Jevan Anderson hopes he can make the step back up to full-time football after a week’s trial with Fleetwood Town.
Formartine United will welcome back defender Jevan Anderson for tomorrow’s game with Strathspey Thistle after a week on trial with Fleetwood Town.
Former Rangers midfielder Joey Barton has been banned from football for 18 months after admitting a charge in relation to betting.
Rangers have confirmed the signing of former England midfielder Joey Barton on a two-year deal.
Rangers target Joey Barton has given his strongest hint yet that he is on his way to Ibrox, tweeting lines from a song popular with the Light Blues support.