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Football News: Review Of The Day 15th June 2021

Review Of The Day 15th June 2021
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Lewis Collins has signed a new 2-year deal with Newport County.

Colchester United have given left-back Ryan Clampin a new 2-year contract.

Pierce Sweeney has rejected Exeter City's offer of a new deal and is set to leave the club this summer.

Joe Murphy and veteran defender Peter Clarke has signed 1-year contract extensions with Tranmere Rovers.

Northampton Town will lose midfielder and top scorer last season Ryan Watson on a free after the two parties failed to agree to a new deal.

David Moyes has signed a new 3-year deal with West Ham United despite rumours linking the 58-year-old Scottish manager with a return to former club Everton.



Walsall have signed Newport County's captain Joss Labadie on a free transfer and Conor Wilkinson from Leyton Orient also on a free.

Andy Cook, who was on loan with Bradford City for the second half of last season, has joined the Bantams on a permanent deal from Mansfield Town.

Swindon Town have made a double free transfer signing. Jojo Wollacott has arrived from Bristol City alongside Pierce Sweeney from Exeter City.

Goalkeeper Joe Day has returned to Newport County on a free transfer following his released from Cardiff City.

Crawley Town have signed Harry Ransom on a free transfer from Millwall.

Colchester United have made the double free signing of Luke Chambers from Ipswich Town and Luke Hannant from Cambridge United.

Striker Danny Johnson has left Leyton Orient and joined Mansfield Town on a free transfer.

Walsall defender Dan Scarr has signed for Plymouth Argyle on yet another free transfer.

Tranmere Rovers have signed both midfielder Chris Merrie, from Wigan Athletic, and veteran defender Nat Knight-Percival, from Morecambe, on free transfers.

Leaving Tranmere is midfielder Paul Lewis who has joined Northampton Town on a free transfer.

Leeds United youngster Ryan Edmondson has signed for Fleetwood Town on a season-long loan deal.

Morecambe's new boss, Stephen Robinson, has released 8 players: Harry Davis, Mark Halstead, Alex Kenyon, Stephen Hendrie, Liam McAlinden, A-Jay Leitch-Smith, Ben Pringle and Jordan Slew. Yann Songo'o has also chosen to leave.

Welsh defender Declan John has signed for Bolton Wanderers on a free transfer from Swansea City, having spent the tail end of last season on loan with them.

Leyton Orient midfielder James Brophy has signed for Cambridge United on a free transfer.

Swansea City will pay Wigan Athletic compensation to sign their teenage Scottish striker Kyle Joseph.

Livingston has signed young Liverpool left-back Adam Lewis on loan for the season.

Watford have surprisingly signed free agent former Manchester United youngster Ashley Fletcher after his release from Middlesbrough.

Former Fulham, Cardiff City and Birmingham City winger Kerim Frei has joined Turkish Super Lig side Karagumruk from FC Emmen.

Elche have paid £3.42m for experienced Argentin midfielder Ivan Marcone from Boca Juniors.

Mexican Liga MX side Pachuca have signed Nicolas Ibanez from Atletico Madrid.

Former Wolverhampton Wanderers winger Ola John has joined Saudi side Al-Hazm from RKC Waalwijk.

Norwich City's German left-back Philip Heise has signed for Karlsruhe on a free transfer.

Lazio have paid £2.25m for young Serbian left-back Dimitrije Kamenovic from Cukaricki.

Hertha Berlin have spent £7.2m on Schalke 04 midfielder Suat Serdar.

Brazilian Sandro, a cult hero in his time at Tottenham Hotspur, has found a new club after some time as a free agent. The experienced midfielder, who is 32 now, has signed for Portugese Liga NOS club Belenenses.

Real Betis have signed Portugese goalkeeper Rui Silva from Granada on a free transfer.

Serie A's Venezia have paid £225,000 for Austrian left-back David Schnegg from LASK.

Tottenham Hotspur have sold Juan Foyth to Villareal for £13.5m.

Braga have received £4.73m for selling young midfielder Samu Costa to Almeria.

Union Berlin have taken Andreas Voglsammer on a free transfer from Arminia Bielefeld.

Brentford have released Emiliano Marcondes.

Cadiz have paid £1.8m to sign Chilean midfielder Tomas Alarcon from O'Higgins of the Chilean Primera Division.


Injury Round-Up

Venezuela have had 12 players and coaching staff test cv positive a day before they are due to open their Copa America campaign against Brazil. They were already without two defenders, who were unable to travel after testing positive on Thursday.

Portugal's Manchester City full-back Joao Cancelo has also tested CV positive, just ahead of his country's opening Euro 2020 match and is in isolation.

Denmark's Inter Milan midfielder Christian Eriksen is in a stable condition after requiring emergency treatment on the pitch during the Euro 2020 match with Finland. Eriksen collapsed on the pitch just before half-time, leading to the game being suspended while the medical staff resuscitated him. The players, after hearing Eriksen was awake and speaking in hospital, elected to restart the match, as the choice offered by UEFA was either play it now or the next day.


Managerial Changes

Bristol Rovers have removed their director of football, Tommy Widdrington, from his responsibilities in the role and given manager Joey Barton full responsibility for the playing side of the club. Widdrington is to stay on the club board as a director and will be in charge of loan deals and looking after the youth system.

Tottenham Hotspur have confirmed that former Juventus chief football officer Fabio Paratici has been appointed as their new managing director of football.


Disciplinary Charges

After being found guilty of "fraud, bribery and/or corruption" and "violation of the integrity of matches and competitions", Latvian side FK Ventspils have been banned from European competition for the next 7 seasons. They will be eligible for a return in the 2028/29 season. Ventspils sports manager Nikolajs Djakins has been banned from any football-related activity on the same charges and UEFA have requested that FIFA extend the ban worldwide. Former Ventspils official Adlan Shishkanov has been given a lifetime ban from football-related activity for the same charges and again it has been requested that FIFA extend the ban worldwide.

Similar charges brought against Russian referee Sergey Lapochkin has seen him banned from any refereeing activity at national and international level for 10 years.

Hamrun Spartans have been declared ineligible to enter this season's Champions League for "not being directly and/or indirectly involved in activity aimed at arranging or influencing the outcome of a match at national or international level."


Canaries Apologise For Sponsors

Norwich City have apologised to supporters and cancelled a sponsorship deal with Asian gambling firm BK8. The club were heavily criticised for the deal after their marketing material was brought to light and, after initially just asking for the offensive material to be removed from BK8's platforms, Norwich decided to pull out of the deal. Chief opperating officer Ben Kensell said: "We place huge value on our open and honest relationships with our community and supporters. As a self-financed club there is always a fine balance between generating the revenue levels required to help maintain that model, whilst working within our visions and values. On this occasion, we made an error of judgement. Our standards were not at the level we demand of our football club."


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Written by Tris Burke June 15 2021 05:26:26


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