• The Canadian Press

    Kieran McKenna signs 4-year deal to remain Ipswich manager

    IPSWICH, England (AP) — Ipswich manager Kieran McKenna signed a four-year contract extension on Thursday after reportedly being considered for head coaching roles at higher-profile Premier League clubs. McKenna led Ipswich to back-to-back promotions from England's third tier to the top flight. His impressive work led to him being mentioned as a potential candidate for the vacant roles at Chelsea and Brighton. Manchester United was also reportedly interested in McKenna after his previous work as

  • The Independent

    Kieran McKenna turns back on Man United and Chelsea links to sign new Ipswich deal

    He has signed a four-year deal after back-to-back promotions

  • PA Media: Sport

    Kieran McKenna commits to Ipswich by signing new four-year deal

    The 38-year-old Northern Irishman has overseen back-to-back promotions and had been linked to other clubs.

  • The Canadian Press

    Champions League final: Why a win for Real Madrid or Borussia Dortmund would defy the odds

    Real Madrid is going for a record-extending 15th European Cup. Borussia Dortmund is aiming to pull off one of soccer's biggest upsets in recent memory. Whoever wins the Champions League final on Saturday will be defying the odds in their own way. Madrid's domination of European club soccer's biggest prize confounds belief. Its record of 14 titles is twice as many as its closest rival AC Milan. “The club has created its history in this competition," coach Carlo Ancelotti says. Madrid's record in