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Football News: Review Of The Day 27th October 2021

Review Of The Day 27th October 2021
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Review of the Day


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Lukasz Fabianski is in talks with West Ham United over a new deal as the West Ham United number 1 has revealed he wants to continue playing until he is 40.



Levante have released Hernani.

Macarthur have signed Filip Kurto from fellow Australian A-League side Western United.

Marquinhos has revealed that Paris Saint-Germain rejected Chelsea approach for his services in the summer.


Injury Round-Up

PSG might have to wait longer for Sergio Ramos to make his debut as the former Real Madrid defender has still not returned to group training, despite being expected to return on Tuesday. They are also missing key midfielder Marco Verratti with a hip injury for the next four weeks. Forward Kylian Mbappe is also struggling with an ear infection.


Managerial Changes



Disciplinary Charges

Cambridge United are appealing against the red card shown to their midfielder Adam May during their defeat to Shrewsbury Town on Saturday. The score was 1-1 when he was sent off and the Shrews went on to win 4-1 against ten men.

Police are, unsurprisingly, to take no action against the banner displayed by Crystal Palace fans aimed at the Saudi Arabian regime after the recent takeover of Newcastle United by Saudi Arabia's Public Investment Fund.

Saint-Etienne's stadium will be empty until at least the middle of next month under temporary sanctions put in place by Ligue 1. ASSE, currently bottom of the table, have been ordered to play behind closed doors after fan protests delayed kick-off against Angers by an hour on Friday night. They were already facing a 2-match suspended closure of one stand after trouble during the derby match with Olympique Lyonnais earlier this month.


US Investment In Ascoli

New York-based investment group North Sixth has bought 31% of Italian Serie B side Ascoli. North Sixth said: "It is an honor to own and manage a club born almost 125 years ago, which boasts the tradition, history, and is an important part of Ascoli. We thank the Pulcinelli family, who worked tirelessly and made numerous sacrifices during a difficult economic period to put Ascoli in a condition of future growth. We look forward to working with Massimo and his family to build a special future for the fans." Ascoli are currently sat in 7th in Serie B.


Pilgrims Post Pandemic Profit

Despite an entire season having to play games behind closed doors Plymouth Argyle have posted a profit of £376,000 for the last season. The club still managed to sell 5,000 season tickets to fans even though no one would have been able to go and 97% of their fans did not request a refund on tickets from the previous 2019/20 season. The club also got a £1.2m grant from the Premier League and was able to claim £2.5m from business interruption insurance. On top of that, club owner Simon Hallett injected £3.5m to the club. Even with all that income, Argyle still shed a number of jobs and used the government furlough scheme.


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Written by Tris Burke October 27 2021 02:24:52


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