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Brighton manager Oscar Garcia offered to resign after their Championship play-off defeat against Derby. Photograph: Robin Parker/BPI/REX Oscar Garcia has offered his resignation following Brighton & Hove Albion 's defeat in their play-off semi-final
The Brighton head coach, Oscar Garcia, a disciple of Johan Cruyff as a player at Barcelona, hopes to take the first step towards joining two more of his coaches at the Nou Camp, Jose Mourinho and Louis van Gaal, in next season's Premier League.
Oscar Garcia, the Brighton manager, heads the shortlist to replace Michael Laudrup in charge of Swansea City. Garcia and his old Barcelona team-mate Luis Enrique are under consideration along with Graeme Jones, the Everton assistant manager, who held
Fernando Carlo, better known as Cope or Cope2, was once a prolific graffiti tagger who struck subway cars and walls across the borough with his bubble letters. But these day, the self-proclaimed King of the 4 train is breaking into the bourgeoisie by
Old Trafford last Wednesday, the Emirates Stadium today a potentially daunting prospect, perhaps, for a 19-year-old. But when, like Everton's on-loan winger Gerard Deulofeu, you made your league debut for Barcelona in the Nou Camp at 17 and followed
Alongside Pep Guardiola, Michael Laudrup, Ronald Koeman and Frank De Boer, Oscar Garcia is in esteemed company. These are the men managed by Johan Cruyff, at Barcelona or Ajax, now spreading his gospel of football to new generations of players;
Updated: October 13, 2013 4:13PM A Calumet City man was denied bail Sunday after prosecutors told a Cook County judge he killed a friend who was trying to make peace with him after an argument in the South Suburb.
The players ran to the crowd and blew kisses in the direction of thousands of rhythmically raised arms...There are nine months to go but for Leeds United their ninth year outside the limelight might be less painful than the others. Not only did
Tony Bloom, the chairman of Brighton & Hove Albion, is a successful high-stakes poker player. So if his appointment of the relatively inexperienced former Barcelona midfielder Oscar Garcia as the Seagulls' new head coach is a gamble, the odds will
The 40-year-old quit Maccabi Tel Aviv to take up the role at the Championship side in June after the dismissal of former boss Gus Poyet. Garcia has now penned his contract and he told Brighton's website: "I am delighted to have signed a long-term