"People will know we've got financial problems and they'll sit and wait until deadline day possibly."
Can Liverpool bring their transition full circle? Will Ronaldo inspire some Real history? Can Bruce do it again?
And this time it wasn't Peter Schmeichel. There were punches thrown in the tunnel in 1991.
Liverpool have overseen a "ludicrous" situation with Dominic Solanke, according to Steve Bruce.
With Sean Dyche potentially set to join Everton, we look at a rare phenomenon.
Roberto Di Matteo tops the list but who else was parachuted in to achieve great things?
Steve Bruce cannot pretend that his and John Terry's futures are not intertwined. This is his last chance...
'ASTON VILLA LAUNCH INCREDIBLE £80MILLION BID FOR TOTTENHAM STAR DELE ALLI'
"Maybe in the future it might be there, but at the moment I'm just enjoying Villa."
Mike Phelan will finally sign a deal to be named as the permanent manager of Hull City on Thursday.
"It needs a little bit of turning round at the moment, but they've got a huge support and it's a big, big club."
It looks like it might be between Brucey and caretaker manager Steve Clarke.
Bruce has gone. Phelan is in caretaker charge. He is the favourite to take the role permanently. Giggs is next.
Hull only have 13 fit players. Steve Bruce is set to leave as manager. Is that a coincidence?
Hull boss Steve Bruce has held "informal" talks with the FA about the vacant England job.
Hull City have yet to receive a formal approach from the Football Association to speak to Steve Bruce.
Basically you need fewer umbrellas and washbags. Which amounts to English spirit, it seems...
"The England manager should be English. Even if it's not me," says Steve Bruce.
'Why wouldn’t they give it to Steve Bruce? He would be my pick.' Because he's your mate, Alan.
Wor Al also suggests Howe, Lampard, Ferdinand or Gerrard. Anyone English, basically.
Steve Bruce says he intends to stay at Hull having been given assurances by the club's board.
Steve Bruce is obviously not Man United manager material, but he deserves much more credit.
That is a genuine question being asked by Ian Holloway after Bruce's fourth promotion from the Champ.
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