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Football News: Review Of The Day 19th October 2021

Review Of The Day 19th October 2021
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Review of the Day


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Australian A-League side Wellington Phoenix, of New Zealand, have given young midfielder Luka Prso a new deal which runs until 2022.

AC Milan teenager Andreas Jungdal has extended his contract until 2024.



Free agent former Burnley midfielder Robbie Brady has signed for Bournemouth.


Injury Round-Up

Norwich City goalkeeper Dan Barden has been diagnosed with testicular cancer. The 20-year-old is at Livingston on loan from the season but will be taking a break from football for his treatment.

Neymar is to miss Paris Saint-Germain's Champions League group stage match against RB Leipzig due to an injury picked up on international duty for Brazil. There are still doubts surrounding Mauro Icardi's involvement as his social media row with wife/agent Wanda Nara rumbles on, despite it seeming that the pair had sorted out their differences earlier on. Since Icardi posted pictures of the pair cuddling together, Nara has posted a picture with the message: "I like my hand better without a ring." Icardi has been given permission to miss training for "family reasons". Certain to miss out through injury is summer signing Sergio Ramos, who has yet to play a single minute for his new team.

Bayern Munich full-back Alphonso Davies is doubtful for the Champions League game after feeling pain in his hamstring during their thrashing of Bayer Leverkusen.


Managerial Changes



Disciplinary Charges

After the shocking scenes at the UEFA Euro 2020 final in July this year at Wembley, England have been sentenced to play their next home game behind closed doors, with a further game suspended for two years. The English FA have also been fined "100,000 euros for the lack of order and discipline inside and around the stadium, for the invasion of the field of play, for throwing of objects and for the disturbances during the national anthems".

Shrewsbury Town have banned three supporters after it was alleged they were guilty of racist abuse. The trio will be refused entry to matches until the outcome of an investigation into them by the club and police.



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Written by Tris Burke October 19 2021 01:46:40