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Football News: Review Of The Day 7th September 2021

Review Of The Day 7th September 2021
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Free agent former Rangers striker Joe Dodoo has signed for Doncaster Rovers.

Charlton Athletic have added Pape Souare to their squad, the former Crystal Palace left back was a free agent after being released by Troyes.

Huddersfield Town and forward Isaac Mbenza have terminated his contract by mutual consent and the 25-year-old has signed for Qatar SC.

Veteran French winger Franck Ribery has signed for Salernitana, despite being 38-years-old.


Injury Round-Up

Legendary Brazilian superstar Pele has undergone surgery to remove a tumour from his colon. The 80-year-old confirmed via social media that he had surgery last Saturday.


Managerial Changes

Andy Butler has joined Peterborough United as a specialist set-piece coach. The 37-year-old has caused a ruckus by doing so, as his previous club, Boston United, claim that he is in "breach of contract". Butler was on a playing contract with Boston, while also working as manager of Doncaster Rovers Belles.

Egypt have sacked their head coach Hossam El Badry after requiring a last minute equaliser to salvage a draw in Gabon during World Cup qualifying.


Disciplinary Charges



UEFA Reject FIFA's World Cup Plan

UEFA's president Aleksander Ceferin has dismissed the idea of hosting the World Cup every two years, claiming it would "dilute" the tournament. Ceferin said: "The jewel of the World Cup had value precisely because of its rarity. Holding it every two years will lead to more randomisation, less legitimacy and unfortunately, dilute the World Cup itself."


PSG Chair Hits Out At Super League Clubs

The chairman of Paris Saint-Germain, Nasser al-Khelaifi, has hit out at the planned European Super League and referred to the plans as those of "fabulists and failures". Al-Khelaifi was speaking to the European Clubs' Association (ECA) in his role as its new head. Khelaifi said: "I will not spend much time talking about 18 April and the 'not-so-Super League' because I do not like to focus on fabulists and failures. Together we defended the interests of European football for everyone. We relied on the resolve and strength of [Uefa] president [Aleksander Ceferin], who stood up to the midnight coup. He said 'we will win' and we did. While the three rebel clubs waste energies, twist narratives and continue to shout at the sky, the rest of us are moving forward."


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Written by Tris Burke September 07 2021 04:36:03


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