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GOOD LUCK, RICHIE

GOOD LUCK, RICHIE

Oporto Sports would like to wish our client and new Swindon Town manager Richie Wellens the best of luck ahead of this weekend’s League Two trip to Port Vale on Saturday 24 November.

SVEN ENJOYS UNBEATEN START

SVEN ENJOYS UNBEATEN START

Friend of Oporto Sports Sven-Göran Eriksson has enjoyed an unbeaten start as manager of the Philippines national team, following a 1-1 draw with Thailand in the AFF Suzuki Cup on Wednesday 21 November.

LIVERPOOL REFEREE OPENS UP

LIVERPOOL REFEREE OPENS UP

Across the country last weekend (17-18 November), participants in sport joined together to campaign against LGBTQ discrimination in the game, by supporting Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces initiative.

APPLETON TO FEATURE ON SKY SPORTS NEWS

APPLETON TO FEATURE ON SKY SPORTS NEWS

Former Portsmouth, Blackpool, Blackburn and Oxford boss, Michael Appleton will appear on Sky Sports News this evening, as he runs his eye over the Europa League action between Chelsea and BATE Borisov, 5.55pm kick-off.

NICHOLSON DELIVERS MASTERCLASS TO UCFB

NICHOLSON DELIVERS MASTERCLASS TO UCFB

UEFA Pro Licensed coach and former Bangor City manager, Kevin Nicholson, spoke to students attending the University Campus of Football Business on Wednesday 7 November.

MIDDLESEX TEAM TO FEATURE IN LANDMARK WEMBLEY FIXTURE

MIDDLESEX TEAM TO FEATURE IN LANDMARK WEMBLEY FIXTURE

Today (8 November), The FA announced it is to celebrate a significant new partnership with Stonewall, the UK’s leading charity for lesbian, gay, bi and trans equality [LGBT], by hosting an historic fixture at Wembley Stadium.

VICHAI SRIVADDHANAPRABHA: 1958-2018

VICHAI SRIVADDHANAPRABHA: 1958-2018

Oporto Sports and our partner company, Soar Media, send our heartfelt condolences to the Srivaddhanaprabha family, the families of those on board the helicopter last Saturday evening, and all at Leicester City Football Club at this difficult time.

BARACLOUGH SIGNS NEW CONTRACT

BARACLOUGH SIGNS NEW CONTRACT

Northern Ireland under-21s boss Ian Baraclough, has put pen to paper on a two-year deal, following a hugely successful first year in charge.