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Football News: Review Of The Day 3rd September 2021

Review Of The Day 3rd September 2021
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Review of the Day


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Sunderland winger Josh Hawkes has signed for Tranmere Rovers on a season-long loan deal.

Free agent Brazilian defender Rodrigo Ely has signed for Nottingham Forest.

Barnsley have taken Bayern Munich full-back Remy Vita on loan for the season.

Miralem Pjanic has moved on loan from Barcelona to Besiktas.

Slovan Bratislava have taken Samuel Mraz on loan from Spezia.

Free agent former Arsenal defender Shkodran Mustafi has signed for Levante.

Max Meyer has joined Fenerbahce on a free transfer from 1.FC Koln.

Brazilian defender Alan Empereur has joined Cuiaba MT on a free transfer from Hellas Verona.

Genoa have completed the signing of free agent Chilean midfielder Pablo Galdames.

Free agent Argentine goalkeeper Axel Werner has joined Elche.

Amine Harit has joined Olympique Marseille on loan from Schalke 04 with an option to make the deal permanent.

Free agent teenage midfielder Massil Adjaoudi has signed for Lazio.


Injury Round-Up

England's Under-21s have called off their friendly match against Romania after two tested positive for CV.

Paris Saint-Germain star Kylian Mbappe is out of France's World Cup qualifiers with a calf injury.


Managerial Changes



Disciplinary Charges

Salford City have been fined £1,750 and Swindon Town £1,500 for a melee in their League Two match, which kicked off after Salford boss Gary Bowyer was booked for pushing a Swindon player. The two clubs admitted failing to enure their players and officials conducted themselves "in an orderly fashion".

Wycombe Wanderers midfielder Anis Mehmeti has been handed a 3-match ban for violent conduct.

Craig Forsyth, the Derby County full-back, also admitted a charge of violent conduct and received a 3-game ban.

The English Football League have found Derby County are once again in breach of financial regulations after the Rams failed to pay transfer fee instalments for an unnamed player.

Rangers have banned three fans from Ibrox after they were identified on a video as singing racist songs on Sunday. The three have also been arrested and charged by police.


Hungary Fans In More Racist Abuse

England beat Hungary 4-0 in a World Cup qualifier in Budapest that was marred by racist abuse. Hungary are already under a UEFA fan ban due to similar issues from supporters during Euro 2020, but were allowed to have fans in the Puskas Arena as this game is under FIFA jurisdiction. England players began the game by kneeling as a protest against racism, which was booed loudly by the Hungarian crowd. In the second half Raheem Sterling was subject to a shower of paper cups and bottles after opening the scoring and a flare was thrown onto the pitch when Harry Maguire scored the third. Declan Rice and Jack Grealish tried to make light of the objects being thrown by pretending to drink out of paper cups thrown at Sterling, but the Hungarian fans just turned to racial abuse of Sterling and Jude Bellingham. During his post-match interview, England manager Gareth Southgate was pelted with ice by Hungarian fans. Despite the racist abuse, which was clearly heard, and the objects that rained down onto the pitch, Hungary's players spent a lengthy time post-match applauding the fans.


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Written by Tris Burke September 03 2021 04:44:26


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