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5 December 2016
Seedorf out, Eriksson in at second-tier Chinese club
Sven-Goran Eriksson is back in management, taking over from Clarence Seedorf at Shenzhen FC.
10 November 2016
See ya, Joey! 7 memorable short-term spells to rival Barton's Rangers sojourn
The Glasgow giants and former Manchester City midfielder agreed a mutual contract termination this week. Jake Conneely looks back at other stints that were over before they'd really begun
4 November 2016
Villas-Boas replaces Eriksson at Shanghai SIPG
Andre Villas-Boas has replaced Sven-Goran Eriksson as coach of Shanghai SIPG.
1 November 2016
Rooney to China? Eriksson says no to United captain
Wayne Rooney is no longer an automatic starter at Manchester United, with the 31-year-old skipper down the pecking order.
20 September 2016
Sven, Jose, Rafa and... Zajec?! The Prem's second wave of foreign managers remembered
With Arsene Wenger poised to celebrate 20 years as Arsenal manager on Thursday, FFT has decided to honour every foreign boss to grace (and often not) top-class football in England – all 50 of 'em. Here's the second batch of imports...
2 September 2016
Quiz! Can you name Sven-Goran Eriksson's first ever England squad?
Sam Allardyce recently picked 23 players for his first game in charge, but just over 15 years ago his predecessor went for a surprisingly large batch of 31…
11 August 2016
'No doubt' Guardiola will succeed at City - Eriksson
Sven-Goran Eriksson has told Omnisport he expects Pep Guardiola to impress at Manchester City.
2 August 2016
Eriksson: Leicester can make an impact in the Champions League
European football will be on display at King Power Stadium this season as Leicester City reap the rewards of their Premier League triumph.
30 July 2016
Eriksson: Ibrahimovic and Mourinho combo enough to win Premier League
Big things are expected of Zlatan Ibrahimovic, who swapped Paris Saint-Germain for Manchester United as a free agent at the start of July.
29 July 2016
Serie A could be another one-horse race, says Eriksson
Juventus are threatening to claim a sixth successive Scudetto after signing the likes of Gonzalo Higuain, Miralem Pjanic and Dani Alves.