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Football News: Review Of The Day 3rd November 2019

Review Of The Day 3rd November 2019
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Dundee United Swiss goalkeeper Benjamin Siegrist has signed until 2022.

Cheltenham Town manager Michael Duff has signed a new contract with the club which runs until 2023.





Injury Round-Up

OGC Nice's Algerian international winger Adam Ounas is expected to be fit for next weekend's match against Bordeaux.

Barcelona's shock defeat to Levante has also cost them a calf injury to striker Luis Suarez.


Dons Sack Tisdale

Paul Tisdale has been sacked by MK Dons following a run of eight losses in nine matches. The 46 year old took charge in June 2018 after leaving Exeter City and led MK to promotion from League Two last season. Exeter was his only other job, where he spent 12 years in charge leading them from the National League to League One.


Neil Approach Rejected

Preston North End have refused Stoke City permission to speak to their boss Alex Neil about replacing Nathan Jones as Stoke manager. North End said that "there are now no circumstances under which Stoke City would be given permission to speak to Alex Neil".


Rangers Announce Loss

Rangers have released their accounts for the year ending 30th June and it included an £11.3m loss, £3m less than the previous 12 months. Their success in the Europa League saw turnover increase by 63% to £53.2m, up from £32.6m. Staff costs were also up, from £24.1m to £34.5m and also increased spend on player transfers from £15.1m to £23m. Rangers chairman Dave King commented: "It has been the board's responsibility to provide financial support to the manager and that is what we have done. We have also invested significantly in the infrastructure at Ibrox stadium and the training centre. Much of this work, although it is costly, goes unseen. There is a continual funding requirement to maintain our facilities if they are to remain among the very best in the world."


Serie A Match Stopped Due To Abusive Chants

AS Roma versus Napoli was stopped for a minute due to what is referred to as territorial discrimination. Roma fans were clearly heard aiming chants against Naples. However an Associated Press photographer has also claimed he heard racists chants aimed at Napoli defender Kalidou Koulibaly.

Written by Tris Burke November 02 2019 20:52:48


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