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« le: 08 mars 2019, 05:38:05 »
Hull manager Steve Bruce has admitted he is hoping to be offered the England job after a series of interviews with the FA. His club confirmed on Monday that Bruce had held in-person talks with Football Association vice-chairman David Gill, technical director Dan Ashworth and chief executive Martin Glenn.He is one of at least two candidates, along with Sunderland boss Sam Allardyce, that have been interviewed to succeed Roy Hodgson and Sky sources understand the FA are attempting to make an appointment by the end of this week. Speaking to Sky Sports News HQ ahead of Hulls pre-season friendly against Mansfield at Field Mill on Tuesday night, Bruce said: Who wouldnt [want to be England manager], if youre English?Its got to be the one prime job any Englishman can ever want to have. Im highly flattered and extremely grateful to even be considered.Any Englishman, for their salt, would be really, really proud to be England manager. If anything happens, then lets see what the rest of the week brings and, if it does, happy days. Bruce is up against his old friend Sam Allardyce for the England job Allardyce is favourite to succeed the sacked Roy Hodgson, with the FA understood to prefer an English candidate. Bournemouth boss Eddie Howe and USA head coach Jurgen Klinsmann are also thought to be of interest.Bruce, though, hopes he has done enough to convince the governing body that he can get the best out of a team that has serially underachieved at major tournaments, and lost to Iceland in Euro 2016s last-16,You never know with an interview. I hope it went OK, he said. I put my case across and lets hope Im successful.But then again Im up against a big pal of mine in Sam, and apparently theres some other candidates in the mix too.What I said in the interviews has to remain there. But weve got to take away the fear, especially at tournaments.Weve only won one of our last seven games at two tournaments, and weve got some good players, especially young players. Thats got to be the main thing. Also See: FA may appoint England boss this week Bruce has England interview Allardyce interviewed by FA Bruce fingers crossed for approach Authentic C.J. Mosley Jersey . New York City FC introduced Frank Lampard in Brooklyn on Thursday after signing the 36-year-old former Chelsea midfielder to a two-year contract. Authentic Brandon Carr Jersey . PETERSBURG, Fla. . -- Top-seed Shahar Peer and Canadian Eugenie Bouchard advanced to the second round of the inaugural WTA Citi Open. Authentic Ray Lewis Jersey . The Brazilian-born strikers brace drew him level with Real Madrid star Cristiano Ronaldo as the leagues leading scorers with 17 goals apiece through 16 rounds. "The important thing is to help the team win, not the goals," Diego Costa said. 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"We expected him to be here and he was here," Seattle coach Pete Carroll said. Reports surfaced last week that Lynch might consider not attending the practices in hopes of getting a higher salary for the 2014 season. Lynch signed a four-year contract before the 2012 season. He is scheduled to make $5 million in base salary this season plus per-game roster bonuses. Carroll declined to discuss any conversations with Lynch about his contract. "There is nothing in our conversations about that, the business side of it that well talk about," Carroll said. "There is no reason to. We havent talked about other guys in that regard so were not doing that now." Lynch was not available to speak as he sat out the practice with a sore ankle, according to Carroll. Lynch had not been present for Seattles organized team activities and because of a sore ankle, Carroll said it would be unlikely his running back would be on the field during minicamp. Seattles plan is to make sure Lynch is healthy for the season opener against Green Bay on Sept. 4, which will be a very light load of carries during training camp and the preseason. Even though the Seahawks staff at various times during the off-season has expressed getting more carries for reserves Robert Turbin and Christine Michael, Carroll reiterated that Seattles run game begins with Lynch. Lynch has rushed for at least 1,200 yards in each of the past three regular seasons. Hes gotten at least 285 carriies in each of those three seasons and last season during Seattles title run finished the year with 366 carries combined between the regular season and playoffs.dddddddddddd. That was the fourth-most combined carries for any running back since 2009. "We have rested him a lot in the off-season. He takes a big pounding during the year. It takes him a long time to get his body back to where he doesnt feel the rigours of the season thats past," Carroll said. "In this case its unique but he is a unique player and he has a unique role on our football team, so we have to do what we have to do to take care of him." Lynch could have faced significant fines if he decided not to attend minicamp, but he has shown previously he does not enjoy losing money through fines. Last season, Lynch begrudgingly began speaking to the media during the playoffs in an effort to avoid hefty fines from the league. That included memorable sessions during Super Bowl week where he answered questions for about 20 combined minutes during three days of league-mandated media availability. "Marshawn has really been the guy for us and we love everything about the way he plays and what he brings to this team. Hes never taken a step backward at any time for us in all the years hes been here," Carroll said. "From the day we went after him and got him we had sights on him becoming the player that he has become and he has never disappointed us. Hopefully hell be really healthy and ready to go at the season start and if we have accomplished that with this off-season that will be very successful for him and for our team." NOTES: LB Bruce Irvin, who had hip surgery in early June, was the only player not in attendance. ... Rookie WR Paul Richardson was a full participant after being limited in recent off-season workouts with a sore shoulder. ... Veteran DT Kevin Williams was a full participant one day after signing his contract with the Seahawks after spending his entire career with Minnesota. ' ' '