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Football News: Review Of The Day 20th October 2020

Review Of The Day 20th October 2020
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Haydon Roberts has signed a new 3 year contract with Brighton & Hove Albion.

Leganes defender Rodri Tarin has agreed a 3 year deal with a 2 year option.



Brighton & Hove Albion defender Haydon Roberts has joined League One side Rochdale on a season-long loan.

Free agent midfielder Arnaud Lusamba has joined Amiens.

Former QPR midfielder Idrissa Sylla has joined Indian Super League side NorthEast United on a free transfer from Zulte Waregem.

Free agent former Fulham midfielder Ibrahima Cisse has signed for Belgian Proximus League team RFC Seraing.


Injury Round-Up

Ipswich Town striker Kayden Jackson has tested CV positive after feeling unwell on Friday. The Tractor Boys tested the rest of their players and the coaching staff afterwards and he was the only one to test positive.

Queens Park Rangers midfielder Luke Amos has been ruled out for the rest of the season with a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament in his right knee.

Raja Casablanca have announced 6 covid cases among their players, taking the total to eight players who are positive. They are now set to ask the Confederation of African Football for a postponement of the second leg of their African Champions League semi-final against Zamalek.

Leeds United's England international midfielder Kalvin Phillips has been ruled out for up to 6 weeks after suffering a shoulder injury against Wolverhampton Wanderers.

RB Leipzig's Bundesliga title challenge has been hit by the news that German international defender Luka Klostermann requires surgery on his left knee.

Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng has suffered ligament damage in his thumb, though he is still expected to be available to play.

An ankle injury saw Hakan Calhanoglu leave AC Milan's training ground on crutches on Tuesday. The Turkish player has been ruled out for at least 10 days.

Dutch Eredivisie side AZ Alkmaar have been hit with 8 more CV infections in their squad taking the toll to 13 out. They are still expecting to play Napoli in the Europa League on Thursday.

Zinedine Zidane has revealed that he expects to be without Eden Hazard for his Real Madrid side until after the November international break at least.


Managerial Changes

Kenya's national coach Francis Kimanzi has left the role by mutual consent.

Fiorentina have given head coach Beppe Iachini the dreaded vote of confidence.


Disciplinary Charges

Bayern Munich's midfielder Corentin Tolisso has been banned for two Bundesliga matches. The Frenchman was sent off against Arminia Bielefeld in the 76th minute for denying a goalscoring opportunity as the last man. Bayern still won 4-1.


Saints CEO Complains To Mothers

Motherwell coach Maurice Ross told the BBC that the rules allowed teams to be "opportunistic" to avoid playing games at unsuitable times. Ross said: "Hypothetically, we've got two injuries and we play Celtic in a couple of weeks time. We could say the kitman's wife has Covid and we all need to self-isolate until we get all our good players back. I'm not saying it is [happening] - but the rules allow for it." This was following St Mirren calling off a game against Motherwell due to players being in isolation. St Mirren's ceo said: "The comments are both unfortunate and unhelpful. In particular I deprecate any suggestion that we or any other football club would take advantage of this pandemic for personal gain. Any notion that we have been 'opportunistic' in seeking to discharge our public health responsibilities is a fallacy. I cannot fathom why Mr Ross would seek to publicly call into question the integrity of a fellow SPFL member club for adhering to the agreed protocols which are in place to protect players, officials and clubs."


Bilic Criticises PPV Plan

West Bromwich Albion manager Slaven Bilic has hit out at the plan to use a pay-per-view model for Premier League games that were not picked for regular TV coverage in the UK. Games will be available for £14.95 a game and Bilic believes it could price fans out of the game. Bilic said: "Football is not polo or golf. It's not my money; it's their money. Football should not be free, but affordable. Football is the sport for masses, a working-class sport, and it should be affordable to everybody."


Former French International Martini Dies

31 times capped France goalkeeper and later goalkeeping coach Bruno Martini has passed away at the age of 58. Martini, who was in goal for France during Euro 1992 and coached the national team between 1999 and 2010, suffered a cardiac arrest.


Pep Blames Himself

Pep Guardiola blames himself for his Manchester City side's failure to make the last eight of the Champions League once again. Guardiola said: "I felt responsible for [the defeat to Lyon]. How the club and players fought, I was not able to drive them. I feel responsible watching the game, we were not good enough. The reality is every team and manager has to dream with high expectations but the reality is we have not performed to the level. I feel so bad for the players but this is a new opportunity and we start again. I have the feeling that we are close. Every season when I analyse the way we went out, I felt we are close but in the same time we make mistakes that make you feel we don't deserve to go through. I don't think it's mental, it's about desire. Having won the domestic titles the next is the Champions League and we had a good opportunity. Now it's a new opportunity and I think I believe. We talk about this and we have to do things differently. When you review the games - Liverpool, Tottenham, Lyon - always I had the feeling we are close, they were not better than us, none of them. They are little gaps but we have to solve it. When you don't go through it's because you don't deserve it and that's all."


Herrera Unhappy About Leaving United

Ander Herrera has opened up about his move from Manchester United to Paris Saint-Germain on a free transfer. The Spanish midfielder told the Telegraph: "It was not a secret: I was negotiating for more than one year, but I expected more from the board after my third season at the club when I was player of the year. They didn't come to me that summer, they didn't even call me. And that was very painful for me, because I had a feeling that I was giving everything. In saying that, I have a huge respect for Ed Woodward, a huge respect for the board. They have always treated me fantastically. I know they want the best for Manchester United, but in football, in life and in every company in the world sometimes you don't think the same way, and I respect that. If I see Ed, I will give him a hug. We just had different opinions about Manchester United and, in my opinion, what the club should have done. I want to make sure everyone understands there is nothing personal at all. That's life. But it's true - after the third season when I was player of the year, when I had the respect and the love from the fans, I didn't feel that love from the club."


European Prize Money Reduced

UEFA has announced a cut in prize money for the Champions and Europa Leagues after revealing a loss of £514m due to the reduction in both TV and sponsorship income. The prize money will be reduced for the next 5 seasons.


Schalke To Investigate Threats And Racist Abuse

After death threats and racial abuse could be heard on the German FA's livestream aimed at Borussia Dortmund's youth prodigy Youssoufa Moukoko, Schalke 04 have stated that they will be investigating the incident. The game was an Under-19 match between Schalke and Dortmund in which the 15 year old Moukoko scored a hat-trick to seal a 3-2 away win for Dortmund. Just 300 tickets were sold, each one personalised due to CV measures, and so Schalke hope to track down the perpetrators. The club stated: "Schalke 04 has evaluated the audio and video material of the match and is now working intensively on identifying the persons responsible. We can only apologise for the behaviour of some of our fans towards Youssoufa #Moukoko at today's U19s match. Derby emotions aside, we completely condemn and oppose such insults. We and @s04fanbelange will take the necessary measures. #NoToRacism #S04 @knappenschmiede".


Free Agent Unable To Train With Clubs

Former Liverpool forward Fabio Borini has returned to the city as he looks to find himself a club in English football but has been unable to find a place to train with either local Premier League club. Instead the 29 year old is training in a local park as the club's CV-bubble made it a problem for either Everton or Liverpool to allow him to train with them. Borini told Gazzetta dello Sport: "I tried to ask Liverpool, I knew it could be a problem for the Reds, I also asked Everton for availability, a little for the past, a little for the security bubble that no one other than staff and players can attend. It was not possible; under normal conditions I would have trained differently. In my situation, waiting for a right proposal, it's even more complicated. In a normal context I could have trained on the pitch and in the gym, now I'm trying to adapt, I don't want to risk catching the virus through carelessness. I avoid the gym, I'd be there all day, but not having the certainty of immunity, I can't afford to risk it. We are used to having everything available, now it is much more difficult."


Surprise Omission From Red Devils Squad Plus Even More Surprising Inclusion For The Blues

Manchester United's 25 man Premier League squad was announced without either Phil Jones or Sergio Romero on there. According to reports, Argentine goalkeeper Romero had to find out that he was left out of the squad via social media. The biggest surprise is that retired former goalkeeper Petr Cech, who is currently Chelsea's technical director, has been named in their Premier League squad. At the age of 38 he is younger than back up keeper Willy Caballero though, who is 39. Chelsea stated: "Petr Cech has been included in the squad as emergency goalkeeper cover. This is a precautionary step due to the unprecedented conditions currently caused by the Covid-19 crisis. He takes up a position as a non-contract player." Arsenal's German midfielder Mesut Ozil has been left out of their Premier League 25.

Arsenal: (*Home grown)
Alves Soares, Cedric Ricardo
Aubameyang, Pierre-Emerick
Bellerin, Hector*
Borges Da Silva, Willian
Ceballos Fernandez, Daniel
Chambers, Calum*
Dos Santos Magalhaes, Gabriel
Elneny, Mohamed Naser Elsayed
Holding, Robert Samuel*
Kolasinac, Sead
Lacazette, Alexandre
Leno, Bernd
Macey, Matthew Ryan*
Maitland-Niles, Ainsley*
Mari Villar, Pablo
Moreira Marinho, David Luiz
Mustafi, Shkodran
Partey, Thomas Teye
Pepe, Nicolas
Runarsson, Runar Alex
Tierney, Kieran
Xhaka, Granit

Aston Villa: (*Home grown)
Barkley, Ross*
Cash, Matthew Stuart*
Davis, Keinan Vincent Joseph*
Eissa, Ahmed Elmohamady Abdelfattah Aly
El Ghazi, Anwar
Engels, Bjorn Lionel G.
Grealish, Jack*
Guilbert, Frederic
Hassan, Mahmoud Ahmed Ibrahim
Hause, Kortney Paul Duncan*
Heaton, Thomas David*
Hourihane, Conor*
Kalinic, Lovre
Konsa, Ezri Ngoyo*
Martinez Romero, Damian Emiliano*
McGinn, John
Mings, Tyrone Deon*
Moraes Ferreira Da Silva, Wesley
Nakamba, Marvelous
Soares De Paulo, Douglas Luiz
Steer, Jed John*
Targett, Matthew Robert*
Taylor, Neil John*
Traore, Bertrand Isidore
Watkins, Oliver George Arthur*

Brighton & Hove Albion: (*Home grown)
Alzate, Steven*
Andone, Florin
Bissouma, Yves
Burn, Daniel Johnson*
Crofts, Andrew Lawrence*
Dunk, Lewis Carl*
Fernandes da Silva Junior, Bernardo
Gross, Pascal
Izquierdo Mena, Jose Heriberto
Jahan Bakhsh Jirandeh, Alireza
Lallana, Adam David*
Lynch Sanchez, Robert*
Mac Allister, Alexis
March, Soloman Benjamin*
Maupay, Neal
Propper, David Petrus Wenceslaus Henri
Ryan, Matthew David
Steele, Jason*
Trossard, Leandro
Veltman, Joel Ivo
Walton, Christian Timothy*
Webster, Adam Harry*
Welbeck, Daniel*
White, Benjamin William*

Burnley: (*Home grown)
Bardsley, Phillip Anthony*
Barnes, Ashley Luke*
Brady, Robert*
Brownhill, Joshua*
Cork, Jack Frank Porteous*
Dunne, James*
Gudmundsson, Johann Berg
Long, Kevin Finbarr*
Lowton, Matthew John*
Mee, Benjamin Thomas*
Norris, William James*
Peacock-Farrell, Bailey*
Pieters, Erik
Pope, Nicholas David*
Rodriguez, Jay Enrique*
Stephens, Dale Christopher*
Tarkowski, James Alan*
Taylor, Charles James *
Vydra, Matej
Westwood, Ashley Roy*
Wood, Chris*

Chelsea: (*Home grown)
Abraham, Tammy*
Alonso Mendoza, Marcos
Arrizabalaga Revuelta, Kepa
Azpilicueta Tanco, Cesar
Caballero Lazcano, Wilfredo Daniel
Cech, Petr
Chilwell, Benjamin James*
Christensen, Andreas Bodtker*
Emiliano Da Silva, Thiago
Giroud, Olivier
Jorge Luiz, Frello Filho
Kante, Ngolo
Kovacic, Mateo
Mendy, Edouard Osoque
Palmieri Dos Santos, Emerson
Pulisic, Christian Mate
Rudiger, Antonio
Tomori, Fikayo*
Werner, Timo
Ziyech, Hakim
Zouma, Kurt Happy

Crystal Palace: (*Home grown)
Ayew, Jordan Pierre
Batshuayi, Michy
Benteke, Christian
Butland, Jack*
Cahill, Gary James*
Clyne, Nathaniel Edwin*
Dann, Scott*
Eze, Eberechi Oluchi*
Guaita, Vincente
Henderson, Stephen Francis*
Kelly, Martin Ronald*
Kouyate, Cheikhou
McArthur, James
McCarthy, James Patrick*
Meyer, Max
Milivojevic, Luka
Riedewald, Jairo Jocquim
Sakho, Mamadou
Schlupp, Jeffrey*
Tomkins, James Oliver Charles*
Townsend, Andros*
Van Aanholt, Patrick John Miguel*
Ward, Joel Edward Philip*
Woods, Samuel John*
Zaha, Dazet Wilfried Armel*

Everton: (*Home grown)
Anicio Caldeira Duarte, Bernard
Calvert-Lewin, Dominic*
Coleman, Seamus
Davies, Thomas*
De Andrade, Richarlison
Delph, Fabian*
Digne, Lucas
Doucoure, Abdoulaye
Gbamin, Jean-Philippe
Godfrey, Benjamin Matthew*
Holgate, Mason Anthony*
Iwobi, Alex*
Keane, Michael Vincent*
Kenny, Jonjoe*
Lossl, Jonas Bybjerg
Marques Loureiro, Allan
Mina Gonzalez, Yerry Fernando
Olsen, Robin Patrick
Pickford, Jordan Lee*
Rodriguez Rubio, James David
Sigurdsson, Gylfi Thor*
Tavares Gomes, Andre Filipe
Tosun, Cenk

Fulham: (*Home grown)
Adarabioyo, Abdul-Nasir Oluwatosin*
Aina, Temitayo Olufisayo Olaoluwa*
Andersen, Joachim Christian
Areola, Alphonse
Bryan, Joseph Edward*
Cairney, Thomas*
Hector, Michael Anthony James*
Kamara, Aboubakar
Kebano, Neeskens
Kongolo, Terence
Le Marchand, Maxime
Lemina, Mario Rene Junior
Loftus Cheek, Ruben*
Lookman, Ademola*
Mitrovic, Aleksandar
Neves Abreu Cavaleiro, Ivan Ricardo
Odoi, Denis Frimpong
Ramirez, Fabricio Agosto
Ream, Timothy Michael
Reed, Harrison James*
Reid, Bobby Armani*
Robinson, Antonee*
Rodak, Marek*
Tete, Kenny Joelle
Zambo Anguissa, Andre-Frank

Leeds United: (*Home grown)
Alioski, Ezgjan
Ayling, Luke David*
Bamford, Patrick James*
Berardi, Gaetano Michel
Casilla Cortes, Francisco
Cooper, Liam David Ian*
Dallas, Stuart
Dias Belloli, Raphael
Forshaw, Adam John*
Grot, Jay-Roy Jornell
Harrison, Jack*
Hernandez Dominguez, Pablo
Klich, Mateusz Andrzej
Koch, Robin
Llorente Rios, Diego Javier
Moreno Machado, Rodrigo
Phillips, Kalvin Mark*
Sousa De Azevedo E Costa, Helder Wander

Leicester City: (*Home grown)
Albrighton, Marc Kevin*
Amartey, Daniel
Barnes, Harvey Lewis*
Castagne, Timothy
Choudhury, Hamza*
Evans, Jonathan Grant*
Fuchs, Christian
Gray, Demarai Remelle*
Iheanacho, Kelechi*
Jakupovic, Eldin
Justin, James Michael*
Maddison, James Daniel*
Mendy, Nampalys
Morgan, Westley Nathan*
Ndidi, Onyinye Wilfred
Pereira, Ricardo
Perez Gutierrez, Ayoze
Praet, Dennis
Schmeichel, Kasper Peter*
Slimani, Islam
Soyuncu, Caglar
Tielemans, Youri Marion A
Under, Cengiz
Vardy, Jamie*
Ward, Daniel*

Liverpool: (*Home grown)
Alcantara Do Nascimento, Thiago
Alexander Arnold, Trent*
Barbosa De Oliveira, Roberto Firmino
Becker, Alisson Ramses
Gomez, Joseph David*
Hardy, Joseph*
Henderson, Jordan Brian*
Henrique Taveres, Fabio
Keita, Naby
Kelleher, Caoimhin*
Mane, Sadio
Matip, Job Joel Andre
Milner, James Philip*
Minamino, Takumi
Origi, Divock Okoth
Oxlade-Chamberlain, Alexander Mark David*
Phillips, Nathaniel Harry*
Robertson, Andrew
Salah, Mohamed
San Miguel Del Castillo, Adrian
Shaqiri, Xherdan
Teixeira Da Silva, Diogo Jose
Tsimakis, Konstantinos
Wijnaldum, Georginio

Manchester City: (*Home grown)
Aguero Del Castillo, Sergio
Ake, Nathan Benjamin*
Carson, Scott Paul*
Cavaco Cancelo, Joao Pedro
De Bruyne, Kevin
Dos Santos Gato Alves Dias, Ruben
Fernando De Jesus, Gabriel
Gundogan, Ilkay
Hernandez Cascante, Rodrigo
Laporte, Aymeric Jean Louis Gerard Alphonse
Luiz Roza, Fernando
Mahrez, Riyad
Mendy, Benjamin
Mota Veiga De Carvalho E Silva, Bernardo
Santana de Moraes, Ederson
Steffen, Zackary Thomas
Sterling, Raheem Shaquille*
Stones, John*
Walker, Kyle Andrew*
Zinchenko, Oleksandr

Manchester United: (*Home grown)
Bailly, Eric Bertrand
Borges Fernandes, Bruno Miguel
Cavani, Edinson Roberto
De Gea Quintana, David
Fosu-Mensah, Evans Timothy Fosu*
Grant, Lee Anderson*
Henderson, Dean Bradley*
Ighalo, Odion Jude
James, Daniel Owen*
Lindelof, Victor Jorgen Nilsson
Lingard, Jesse Ellis*
Maguire, Jacob Harry*
Martial, Anthony Jordan
Mata Garcia, Juan Manuel
Matic, Nemanja
McTominay, Scott*
Nicolao Telles, Alex
Pogba, Paul Labile*
Rashford, Marcus*
Rojo, Faustino Marcos Alberto
Santos, Frederico Rodrigues De Paula
Shaw, Luke Paul Hoare*
Tuanzebe, Axel*
Van De Beek, Donny
Wan-Bissaka, Aaron*

Newcastle United: (*Home grown)
Almiron Rejala, Miguel Angel
Apolinario De Lira, Joelinton Cassio
Carroll, Andrew Thomas*
Clark, Ciaran*
Darlow, Karl*
Dubravka, Martin
Dummett, Paul*
Fernandez, Federico
Fraser, Ryan
Gayle, Dwight Devon Boyd*
Gillespie, Mark Joseph*
Hayden, Isaac Scot*
Hendrick, Jeffrey*
Kraft, Emil Henry Kristoffer
Lascelles, Jamaal*
Lewis, Jamal*
Longstaff, Sean David*
Manquillo Gaitan, Javier
Murphy, Jacob Kai*
Ritchie, Matthew Thomas*
Saint Maximin, Allan Irenee
Schar, Fabian Lukas
Shelvey, Jonjo*
Wilson, Callum Eddie Graham*
Yedlin, Deandre

Sheffield United: (*Home grown)
Baldock, George Henry Ivor*
Basham, Christopher Paul*
Berge, Sander Gard Bolin
Bryan, Kean Shay*
Burke, Oliver*
Egan, John*
Fleck, John Alexander
Foderingham, Wesley Andrew*
Jagielka, Philip Nikodem*
Lowe, Max Josef*
Lundstram, John David*
McBurnie, Oliver*
McGoldrick, David James*
Mousset, Lys Emilien
Norwood, Oliver James*
Osborn, Benjamin Jarrod*
Ramsdale, Aaron*
Robinson, Jack*
Rodwell, Jack Christian*
Sharp, Billy Louis*
Stevens, Enda
Verrips, Michael Robin

Southampton: (*Home grown)
Adams, Che Sac Everton Fred*
Armstrong, Stuart
Bednarek, Jan
Bertrand, Ryan*
Djenepo, Moussa
Forster, Fraser Gerard*
Ings, Daniel William John*
Johnson, Tyreke Martin*
Latham, Kingsley Finn*
Lewis, Harry Charles John*
Long, Shane Patrick*
McCarthy, Alex Simon*
McQueen, Samuel James*
Redmond, Nathan Daniel Jerome*
Stephens, Jack*
Vestergaard, Jannik
Vidal, Oriol Romeu
Walcott, Theo James*
Walker-Peters, Kyle Leonardus*
Ward-Prowse, James Michael Edward*

Tottenham Hotspur: (*Home grown)
Alderweireld, Toby Albertine
Alli, Bamidele Jermaine*
Alves Morais, Carlos Vinicius
Aurier, Serge
Bale, Gareth Frank*
Bergwijn, Steven Charles
Davies, Benjamin Thomas*
Dier, Eric Jeremy Edgar
Doherty, Matthew James*
Gazzaniga, Paulo Dino
Hart, Charles Joseph John*
Heung-Min, Son
Højbjerg, Pierre Emile Kordt
Kane, Harry*
Lamela, Erik
Lloris, Hugo
Lo Celso, Giovani
Ndombele Alvaro, Tanguy
Reguilon Rodriguez, Sergio
Rodon, Joseph Peter*
Rodrigues Moura Da Silva, Lucas
Sanchez Mina, Davinson
Sissoko, Moussa
Whiteman, Alfie Malik*
Winks, Harry*

West Bromwich Albion: (*Home grown)
Ahearne-Grant, Karlan Laughton*
Ajayi, Oluwasemilogo Adesewo*
Austin, Charles*
Bartley, Kyle*
Bond, Jonathan*
Button, David*
Diangana, Grady George*
Edwards, Kyle Hakeem*
Elsayed Ali Elsayed Hegazy, Ahmed
Field, Samuel Edward*
Furlong, Darnell Anthony*
Gibbs, Kieran James Ricardo*
Ivanovic, Branislav
Johnstone, Samuel Luke*
Kipre, Cedric*
Krovinovic, Filip
Livermore, Jake Cyril*
Peltier, Lee*
Pereira, Matheus Fellipe Costa
Phillips, Matthew*
Robinson, Callum Jack*
Robson-Kanu, Thomas Hal*
Sawyers, Romaine*
Townsend, Conor Stephen*

West Ham United: (*Home grown)
Antonio, Michail Gregory*
Balbuena Gonzalez, Fabian Cornelio
Benrahma, Mohamed Said
Bowen, Jarrod*
Coufal, Vladimir
Cresswell, Aaron William*
Dawson, Craig*
Diop, Issa Laye Lucas Jean
Fabianski, Lukasz
Fornals Malla, Pablo
Fredericks, Ryan*
Haller, Sebastien Romain Teddy
Holland, Nathan Elliot*
Lanzini, Manuel
Martin, David Edward*
Masuaku Kawela, Fuka-Arthur
Noble, Mark James*
Ogbonna, Obinze Angelo
Randolph, Darren*
Snodgrass, Robert
Soucek, Tomas
Trott, Nathan Wallace Newman*
Yarmolenko, Andrii

Wolverhampton Wanderers: (*Home grown)
Boly, Willy-Arnaud Zobo
Cabral Semedo, Nelson
Castelo Podence, Daniel
Castro Otto, Jonatan
Coady, Conor David*
Da Silva Neves, Ruben Diogo
Dendoncker, Leander
Dos Santos Patricio, Rui Pedro
Goncalves Miranda, Roderick Jefferson
Iria Santos Moutinho, Joao Filipe
Jimenez Rodriguez, Raul Alonso
Kilman, Maximilian*
Marcal De Oliveira, Fernando
Rasmussen, Oskar Buur
Ruddy, John Thomas Gordon*
Saiss, Romain Ghanem Paul
Sarkic, Matija*
Traore Diarra, Adama

Written by Tris Burke October 20 2020 20:14:45


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