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Football News: Review Of The Day 18th July 2019

Review Of The Day 18th July 2019
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Review of the Day



Despite lots of speculation of interest from elsewhere, teenage Norwich City right-back Max Aarons has signed a 5 year deal.

1.FSV Mainz 05 winger Karim Onisiwo has signed a 3 year deal.

Lazio midfielder Sofian Kiyine has agreed a 1 year contract.

Cagliari teenager Riccardo Ladinetti has signed a 2 year deal.

A five year contract has been given to Roberto Inglese (Bobby English) by Parma.

Barcelona right-back Dani Morer has a 1 year deal.

Defender Tom Hamer has signed a 3 year deal with Oldham Athletic.

Ipswich Town defender Myles Kenlock has signed a 3 year contract.



David Nugent has returned to Preston North End from Derby County on a free transfer.

Jean Michel Seri has gone on loan to Galatasaray from Fulham for a £1.35m loan fee.

Former Wigan Athletic keeper Ali Al-Habsi has been released by Saudi Arabian club Hilal.

Portugese keeper Andre Moreira has moved on a free transfer from Atletico Madrid to Belenenses.

Lazio duo Sofian Kiyine and Cristiano Lombardi have joined Salernitana on loan. They have also signed Niccolo Giannetti from Cagliari.

Benjamin Andre has moved to LOSC Lille from Stade Rennais for around £6.3m.

Sevilla have spent just under £500,000 on Almeria midfielder Yan Brice.

Stoke City left-back Josh Tymon has joined Portugese side Famalicao on loan.

Inter Milan's teenage Brazilian goalkeeper Gabriel Brazao has moved to Albacete on loan.

PSV Eindhoven have spent under £2m young French left-back Olivier Boscagli from OGC Nice.

Molla Wague has signed for Nantes from Udinese for just over £1m.

Bolton Wanderers midfielder Josh Vela has joined Hibernian on a free transfer.

AS Roma have paid a loan fee of just under £2m for Atalanta defender Gianluca Mancini. Leaving Roma is winger Daniele Verde for less than £1m to AEK Athens.

Manchester City defender Philippe Sandler has joined RSC Anderlecht on loan.

Salomon Rondon has joined Chinese side Dalian Yifang from West Bromwich Albion for a fee of over £16m.

West Ham United have spent a record fee of £36m on Eintracht Frankfurt forward Sebastien Haller.

Parma have taken Yann Karamoh on loan from Inter Milan. Also leaving Inter on loan is Andreaw Gravillon. Sassuolo have paid a £900,000 loan fee for the young defender.

Genoa striker Nicola Dalmonte has joined FC Lugano on loan.

Forest Green Rovers have signed Dom Bernard, a free agent after leaving Birmingham City.

Rangers forward Ryan Hardie has signed for Blackpool for an undisclosed fee.


Stevenage Fined For Sexist Chants

The Football Association have fined Stevenage £5,000 after the club admitted a charge of sexist chanting towards a female official during a home match in March. Dozens of fans chanted what the FA described as "extremely offensive, both blatantly sexist and in vulgar indecent language" at Lisa Rashid after she replaced an assistant referee in the 18th minute of a game versus Bury. Stevenage have warned they will impose significant bans on any fan found guilty of such behaviour.


Burton Foxed

Burton Albion have lost midfielder Ben Fox to an anterior cruciate ligament injury suffered during a pre-season friendly. The injury will rule him out for a minimum of 6 months.


Huddersfield Kit Raising Questions

The recently revealed new Huddersfield Town kit, which has to be the worst ever to disgrace the English game, has already got them in potential trouble with the FA. Though many believe the kit to be a joke by new sponsor Paddy Power, who are known for those kind of wind ups, the Football Association want to speak to them about the sponsor's logo which appears to breach regulations over the size allowed for such advertising.


Barton Charged With ABH

Joey Barton has been charged with causing actual bodily harm by police following a post-match tunnel incident against Barnsley, where a man was left with facial injuries, seemingly Barnsley manager Daniel Stendel. Fleetwood Town manager Barton has, as usual with him, denied the accusations. It just begs the question, why would anyone be stupid enough to give that vile racist thug a job in management?


Emery Talks Big

Unai Emery has claimed Arsenal are to sign some "very big, very expensive players" in this transfer window. After fans on social media (no doubt Arsenal TV leading the whining as that is all they ever do on there) called for change at the club and looking for money to be spent on players, Emery has come out to placate them. Emery said: "Our target is to achieve three or four players who really improve our team and our squad now. We have very good players and very good young players who can progress to take and get big performances with us. Other players can come here to help us. We are being very, very demanding and we are first speaking about the possibility to sign very big, very expensive players."


Pep To Let Players Choose

Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola is to let his players decide who replaces Vincent Kompany as captain next season. Guardiola said: "They will choose the captain when we are all together. After they are all back (they are) going to make a meeting and decide who is going to be captain."

Written by Tris Burke July 18 2019 07:11:19


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