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Football News: Review Of The Day 14th January 2022

Review Of The Day 14th January 2022
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Review of the Day


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Heart of Midlothian full-back Michael Smith has signed a 1-year contract extension.

Experienced Millwall forward Tom Bradshaw has signed a new "long-term" contract.

Brentford have given captain Pontus Jansson a new deal which will expire in 2023.



Genoa have signed Riccardo Calafiori on loan from AS Roma.

Paris Saint-Germain midfielder Bandiougou Fadiga has joined Olympiacos.

Juventus have loaned Christopher Lungoyi to St Gallen.

Genoa have sent Stefano Sabelli to Brescia on loan.

Sevilla have paid £2.7m for Tecatito Corona from Porto.

Levante midfielder Pablo Martinez has joined Huesca on loan.

VfB Stuttgart forward Hamadi Al Ghaddioui has signed for Pafos. Teenage midfielder Melayro Bogarde has also left, on loan to Groningen.

Free agent former Watford and Sheffield Wednesday forward Fernando Forestieri has signed for Malaysian Super League side Johor DT.

Shakhtar Donetsk have paid £10.8m to sign Ajax's Brazilian winger David Neres.

Josh Magennis has joined Wigan Athletic from Hull City.

Kenedy has returned to Chelsea following a loan spell with Flamengo.

Metz have signed Ibrahim Amadou on a free transfer from Sevilla.

Seattle Sounders have signed Albert Rusnak on a free transfer from fellow MLS side Real Salt Lake.

Leaving Major League Soccer is Florian Valot, who is dropping down to USLC side Miami FC on a free transfer from Cincinnati.

Young Real Betis winger Rober Gonzalez has joined Las Palmas on loan.

Aston Villa winger Anwar El Ghazi has signed for Everton on loan.

Austin have paid £1.23m for Jhojan Valencia from Deportivo Cali.

Former Wolverhampton Wanderers midfielder Nouha Dicko has joined Yeni Malatyaspor on a free transfer from Gazientep.

Salford City have paid an undisclosed fee for Ryan Watson from Tranmere Rovers.

Wolverhampton Wanderers defender Lewis Richards has joined Harrogate Town on loan.

Leyton Orient have taken Dan Moss on loan from Millwall.

Portsmouth have sent Paul Downing out on loan to Rochdale.

Watford goalkeeper Pontus Dahlberg's loan to Doncaster Rovers has been cut short and the 22-year-old has been sent on loan to Gillingham instead.

Fleetwood Town have signed Toto Nsiala on a permanent deal from Ipswich Town.

Moroccan striker Gassan Ahadme has signed for Burton Albion on a permanent deal from Norwich City.

Manchester City goalkeeper James Trafford has signed for Bolton Wanderers on loan.

Liam Cullen has joined Lincoln City on loan from Swansea City.

According to their manager Chris Wilder, Middlesbrough are set to sign Australian international midfielder Riley McGree from Charlotte.

Southampton youngster Kayne Ramsay has signed for Ross County on loan.

Hibernian winger Daniel Mackay has joined Kilmarnock on loan.


Injury Round-Up

Lincoln City defender Lewis Montsma has been ruled out for up to 9 months with an ACL injury.

Knee surgery has ruled out Barnsley striker Cauley Woodrow for an extended period.

Bayern Munich defender Alphonso Davies has pulled out of training with the club after mild myocarditis was detected. Myocarditis is an inflammation of the heart muscle and can cause a number of problems including irregular heart rhythms and even reduce the heart's ability to pump blood around the body.


Managerial Changes

Alex Tunbridge has been appointed as Cambridge United's new CEO, to take over from Ian Mather in April. Tunbridge is currently at Stevenage.

Peter McCormick is set to step in for a second time as the Premier League's interim chairman after Gary Hoffman leaves on 1st February.


Disciplinary Charges

Derby County are facing further problems due to their years of repeated financial cheating are catching up to them. The Rams' administrators have been ordered to show the English Football League how they intend to fund the club until the end of the season as a takeover has so far failed to materialise. Bidders are worried over legal cases over the club's cheating brought by Middlesbrough and Wycombe Wanderers.

Hibernian's Paul McGinn has received a two-match ban after he described inept Scottish referee John Beaton as "inept" as pointing out that match officials are incompetent is against the rules in football.

Tunisia's complaint about their match with Mali ending early, with match referee Janny Sikazwe blowing the final whistle initially after just 85minutes before actually stopping it with 13seconds of normal time still to play with Mali leading 1-0. The game had attempted to restart 20minutes after Sikazwe ended it, but with some players in ice baths the attempt failed. The Confederation of African Football refused to give any reasoning for the complaint being dismissed.


Pandemic Problems

Newport County's boss James Rowberry is the latest to test CV positive requiring him to miss the game at the weekend as they face Harrogate Town in League Two.

Burnley's home Premier League game against Leicester City has been postponed due to an outbreak at the Clarets.


Pointless Lists Are Back!

Today's pointless list is the top spending clubs in Europe, on transfer fees, during 2021.
1. Manchester United
2. Chelsea
3. RB Leipzig
4. Roma
5. Arsenal
6. Tottenham
7. PSG
8. Manchester City
9. Bayer Leverkusen
10. AC Milan
11. Marseille
12. Juventus
13. Atletico Madrid
14. Norwich
15. Brighton
16. Villarreal
17. Monaco
18. Aston Villa
19. Leicester
20. Liverpool


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Written by Tris Burke January 14 2022 16:06:18


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