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Football News: Review Of The Day 19th November 2021

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


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VfB Stuttgart have given teenage forward Mohamed Sankoh a contract which expires in 2026 with an extra 2 years club option.

Livingston have also used a club option on the new deal for their Polish goalkeeper Max Styjek, however just a 1 year one plus an extension to take him to 2024.

Conor Townsend has agreed a new contract with West Bromwich Albion which will run until 2025.

Hibernian have given experienced full-back Lewis Stevenson a deal expiring in 2023.

USL side Indy Eleven have given 1-year contracts to Karl Ouimette, Neveal Hackshaw, Manuel Artega and veteran English midfielder Nicky Law.

Also in the USL, Phoenix Rising have handed Santi Moar a 2-year deal.

Middlesbrough winger Isaiah Jones has signed a new deal which expires in 2025.



Former Everton and Manchester City player Jack Rodwell has signed for Australian A-League side Western Sydney.

Gillingham have rejected an approach from Stevenage for their manager Steve Evans.


Injury Round-Up

Port Vale will be without striker James Wilson for a "substantial period" due to a broken bone in his foot.

Nottingham Forest defender Loic Mbe Soh has suffered an injury setback.


Managerial Changes

Los Angeles FC have parted ways with their head coach Bob Bradley, whose contract was due to expire at the end of the calendar year. The 63-year-old was the franchise's first head coach, leading them to a record for most points for an expansion team in 2018.

Former player Giovanni van Bronckhorst has returned to Rangers as their new manager.


Disciplinary Charges

Crewe Alexandra midfielder Scott Robertson, who is on loan from Celtic, has been handed a 3-game ban for stamping on an opponent in their match against Bolton Wanderers.

Bradford City have hit out at the decision to order them to replay their FA Cup first-round tie at Exeter City, after Exeter were found guilty of making an extra substitution in the match. Bradford's CEO Ryan Sparks said: "It's an out and out shambles. The whole situation is an embarrassment to the game and to the FA. We are the losers in this situation both financially and logistically. They will hide behind the fact that we've been put back into a competition that we might not have been knocked out of in the first place. The whole thing has been treated with so little respect. I find it contradictory that the FA, who are so proud of the magic of the competition and want us to uphold the integrity of it, and there's people that can't even count... It's a disgrace it really is. The five individuals involved will be back doing their jobs unscathed at the weekend, while we're plotting another 600-mile round-trip on a Tuesday night, which we will be paying for. At the very least this match should be replayed at Valley Parade."

West Bromwich Albion defender Dara O'Shea has been given a 3-match ban for an incident in August where he got involved with one of the stewards at Peterborough United's ground. As well as the suspension he has also been fined £7,500.

Reading have been deducted 6 points by the EFL for breaching financial rules.

Spartak Moscow forward Quincy Promes is to be prosecuted for attempted manslaughter and assault over the stabbing of a family member that happened at a family party in July 2020.


Prem Approves More Funding

The Premier League has made a further £25m of CV impact funding available to clubs in Leagues One and Two as well as the National League.

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Written by Tris Burke November 19 2021 02:12:57


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