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Football News: Review Of The Day 22nd June 2019

Review Of The Day 22nd June 2019
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CSKA Moscow midfielder Alan Dzagoev has a contract extension until 2021.

Leganes have given Spanish goalkeeper Ivan Cuellar a 2 year deal.

Another 35 year old goalkeeper to get a 2 year contract is Antonio Rosati of Torino.



Exeter City have signed goalkeeper Lewis Ward from Reading.

Portsmouth have made the double signing of Ipswich Town striker Ellis Harrison for an undisclosed fee and Blackburn Rovers defender Paul Downing on a free transfer.

Huddersfield Town have paid an undisclosed fee to Leyton Orient for their forward Josh Koroma.

Crawley Town have signed midfielder Beryly Lubala from Birmingham City.

Danish centre-back Mads Juel Andersen has signed for Barnsley for an undisclosed fee from AC Horsens.

Former Aston Villa, West Ham United and Liverpool winger Stewart Downing has joined Blackburn Rovers on a free transfer from Middlesbrough.

Swedish defender Mikael Lustig has signed for Belgian side Gent after leaving Celtic.

Rangers have completed the signing of Oldham Athletic defender George Edmundson for an undisclosed fee.

New manager Graham Potter has made his first signing for Brighton & Hove Albion in the shape of central defender Matt Clarke from Portsmouth for an undisclosed fee.

Blackpool have signed winger Ben Tollitt on a free transfer from Tranmere Rovers.

Defender Zak Mills has signed for Oldham Athletic from Morecambe.

Andy Cook has joined Mansfield Town from Walsall on an undisclosed fee.

Port Vale have signed Richie Bennett on a free transfer following his release from Carlisle United.

Barcelona B have signed Dutch full-back Mike van Beijnen and put a 100m euro release clause on him.

Philadelphia Union have signed Andrew Wooten from SV Sandhausen on a free transfer.

Former Chelsea, Blackburn Rovers and Wigan Athletic striker Franco Di Santo has been released by Rayo Vallecano.

Granada have released Alberto Martin and Nicolas Aguirre.

Cagliari have spent under £1m to sign Fabrizio Cacciatore from Chievo Verona.

Barcelona have released former Arsenal defender Thomas Vermaelen.

KAA Gent have spent just under £1m on Elisha Owusu from Olympique Lyon.

Portsmouth have signed Ellis Harrison from Ipswich Town.

Toulouse have sold defender Steven Fortes to Lens for less than £1m.

Argentine forward Ezequiel Ponce has swapped AS Roma for Spartak Moscow.

Nantes have signed Dennis Appiah from RSC Anderlecht for just over £500,000.

Osasuna have spent over £2.5m on Ruben Garcia from Levante.

Colombian forward Luis Muriel has joined Atalanta from Sevilla for about £13.5m.


Tigers Get Their Man

Hull City have appointed Grant McCann as their manager to replace Nigel Adkins after agreeing a 12-month rolling contract with the 39 year old Northern Irishman. McCann was in charge of Doncaster Rovers, who allowed him to talk to Hull "reluctantly" after he "expressed a desire" to take the job.


Cech Confirmed By Blues

Legendary former Chelsea goalie Petr Cech has been confirmed as the new technical and performance advisor at his old club. Cech retired from playing in the summer after 2 years with Arsenal. Cech said: "I feel very privileged to have this opportunity to join Chelsea again and help create the best possible high-level performance environment to continue the success the club has had over the past 15 years. I'm looking forward to the new challenge and hope I can use all of my football knowledge and experience to help the team achieve even more success in the future."


4 Water Breaks Required

The players' union Fifpro has asked for the AFCON matches to have 4 drinks breaks due to the heat in Egypt where the matches will be played. The tournament is planned to have 2 drink breaks, 1 each half, in line with FIFA regulations. Fifpro said: "The health and safety of the players must come first. Any play in temperatures over 34C would mean there is an extremely high risk of thermal injury." Temperatures are expected to reach 40c.


El Nino Retires

World Cup winner Fernando Torres has announced his retirement. The Spanish international was part of the team which won Euro 2008, World Cup 2010 and Euro 2012. After starting his career with Atletico Madrid he moved to Liverpool and scored 81 goals in 142 games before a then-British record transfer fee was paid to take him to Chelsea. While he failed to hit the heights of his time with Liverpool, Torres was part of a Champions League winning team with the Blues.

Written by Tris Burke June 22 2019 05:36:03


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