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Football News: Review Of The Day 10th May 2019

Review Of The Day 10th May 2019
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John Mousinho has signed a one year contract extension with Oxford United.



Right-back Todd Kane is to leave Chelsea in the summer.

Rennes centre-back Mexer is to join Girondins Bordeaux in the summer on a free transfer.

Sutton United midfielder Nicky Bailey is retiring in the summer.

Vitesse Arnhem defender Maikel van der Werff is leaving the club this summer.

Veteran Italian midfielder Riccardo Montlivo is leaving AC Milan in the summer.

Bayer Leverkusen are spending over £25m to buy Kerem Demirbay from TSG Hoffenheim.

Chelsea midfielder Victorien Angban will be joining Metz in the summer for a deal worth over £5m.

Paris Saint-Germain have confirmed what we all already knew, French midfielder Adrien Rabiot is to leave the club this summer on a free transfer.

Preston North End are to release 6 players this summer. Andy Boyle, Ben Pringle, Marnick Vermijl, Michael Howard, Tom Stead and Tommy Spurr will all leave at the end of the season.

Crystal Palace are to release Julian Speroni at the end of the season after 15 years with the club.

Kyle McFadzean is to join Coventry City in the summer when his deal with Burton Albion expires.


Bojan Has Stoke Future

Stoke City manager Nathan Jones says Bojan Krkic has a future at the club but understands if the former Barcelona striker wants to leave, as the striker is "frustrated at his lack of game time". Jones said: "To suggest that I've told him he has no future at the club is ludicrous. Quite frankly the way this has been presented is wrong. As is normal at the end of every season, I have had honest and amicable conversations with several players, including Bojan, about the direction we want to move forward but, contrary to reports, none of them have been told that they don't have a future with us. Bojan has been a wonderful servant for Stoke City and he will be welcomed back with open arms next season if another opportunity doesn't arise for him."


EFL Attendances Reach 60-year High

Over 18m people attended the season's matches in England's Championship, League One and League Two, more than in any season since 1958/59. The highest of the season was Sunderland's Boxing Day clash with Bradford City was the biggest at 46,039, a new record in League One. The average gate is up to 11,113. This despite the increased TV coverage of matches and online streams giving people other options to watch the games.


Wolves Face Court Battle Over Logo

A man named Peter Davies is suing Wolverhampton Wanderers claiming he drew their wolf head logo while at school in the early 1960s. Davies claims he entered the drawing in an art competition and then recognised it being used by the club in 1979. However he never applied to register the design until 2016.


Suarez To Have Knee Op

Barcelona striker Luis Suarez is set to miss out on the Copa del Rey final on 25th May as he will be having keyhole surgery on a medial meniscus injury in his right knee. Suarez has had stem cell treatment on his right knee earlier in the season but it did not fix the problem. Suarez will spend up to 6 weeks sidelined as he recovers.


Revs Sack Friedel

Major League Soccer team New England Revolution have sacked their manager Brad Friedel with the club bottom of the Eastern Conference. The Revs had lost 8 times in 12 games and picked up just 2 wins in MLS football this season. His assistant Mike Lapper will take interim charge.


Schalke Confirm Wagner

Former Huddersfield Town boss David Wagner has been confirmed as manager of FC Schalke 04 for next season. The 47 year old left the Terrier in January to take a short break from the game. Wagner has been given a 3 year deal for a club he previously represented as a player.


England Dominate European Competition

English clubs have become the first from a single nation to take all four of the finals' places in European competition after Arsenal and Chelsea won through to the Europa League final. Tottenham Hotspur and Liverpool had already reached the Champions League final. There have been all-English European finals before, Spurs beat Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 1971/72 UEFA Cup final and Manchester United beat Chelsea in the 2007/08 Champions League.

Written by Tris Burke May 10 2019 06:03:02


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