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Football News: Review Of The Day 26th April 2022

Review Of The Day 26th April 2022
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Review of the Day


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Chornomorets winger Rudi Pozeg Vancas is the latest player to take advantage of the emergency transfer window to escape the Ukraine war zone by signing for Tobol Kostanay of the Kazakhstan league.

Reims president Jean-Pierre Caillot has told Europe1 that he expects their teenage striker Hugo Ekitike will leave the club in the summer. Caillot said: "In Hugo's case, he would waste time staying with us. We refused an offer of €35million (£29m) this winter, which is a lot of money for a club like ours. That money will be used to grow and improve the club. Hugo will be allowed to go, and he's probably going to leave. There wasn't a big club that didn't inquire for him."


Injury Round Up



Managerial Changes

Following Barnsley's relegation from the Championship, head coach Poya Asbaghi has left the club by mutual consent. The Tykes' under-23s manager, Martin Devaney is to lead the club for the final 3 matches of the season.s


Disciplinary Charges

Everton are contacting the PGMOL to complain about not receiving a penalty in the Merseyside derby. Anthony Gordon admitted going to ground the moment he felt contact, but Everton still feel they have cause for complaint.


Football To Get Regulator

English football is set to get an independent regulator to oversee it, despite the Premier League's protestations that it is not needed. The stated government plan is to introduce a new owners' test and bring in legislation to give fans more power in the running of the game. This follows on from a fan-led review of the men's game in England which made 10 recommendations to the government on how to improve football governance.


EFL Awards

Player of the Season: Aleksandar Mitrovic - Fulham
Young Player of the Season: Brennan Johnson - Nottingham Forest
Manager of the Season: Nathan Jones - Luton Town
Apprentice of the Season: Ryan Howley - Coventry City
Team of the Season: Lee Nicholls (Huddersfield Town), Joe Worrall (Nottingham Forest), Lloyd Kelly (Bournemouth), Tosin Adarabioyo (Fulham), Djed Spence (Nottingham Forest), Antonee Robinson (Fulham), Philip Billing (Bournemouth), Ryan Yates (Nottingham Forest), Harry Wilson (Fulham), Aleksandar Mitrovic (Fulham), Dominic Solanke (Bournemouth)

League One:
Player of the Season: Scott Twine - MK Dons
Young Player of the Season: Paddy Lane - Fleetwood Town
Manager of the Season: Leam Richardson - Wigan Athletic
Apprentice of the Season: Ayodeji Elerewe - Charlton Athletic
Team of the Season: Michael Cooper (Plymouth Argyle), Jack Whatmough (Wigan Athletic), Michael Ihiekwe (Rotherham United), Harry Darling (MK Dons), Wes Burns (Ipswich Town), James McClean (Wigan Athletic), Barry Bannan (Sheffield Wednesday), Dan Barlaser (Rotherham United), Scott Twine (MK Dons), Michael Smith (Rotherham United), Ross Stewart (Sunderland)

League Two:
Player of the Season: Kane Wilson - Forest Green Rovers
Young Player of the Season: Finn Azaz - Newport County
Manager of the Season: Rob Edwards - Forest Green Rovers
Apprentice of the Season: Junior Tchamadeu - Colchester United
Team of the Season: Jojo Wollacott (Swindon Town), Jon Guthrie (Northampton Town), Peter Clarke (Tranmere Rovers), Jordan Turnbull (Salford City), Kane Wilson (Forest Green Rovers), Nicky Cadden (Forest Green Rovers), Timothee Dieng (Exeter City), Finn Azaz (Newport County), Harry McKirdy (Swindon Town), Dom Telford (Newport County), Matty Stevens (Forest Green Rovers)

Other Awards:
Community club of the season: AFC Wimbledon
PFA Player in the community: Ryan Innis - Charlton Athletic
Contribution to league football: Ben Robinson - Burton Albion
Sustainability award: Cambridge United
Diversity award: Blackburn Rovers
Sir Tom Finney award: Jobi McAnuff


Pointless List

The top 50 most valuable squads in world football according to Transfermarkt:
1. Manchester City - £863.4million
2. PSG - £813.1million
3. Liverpool - £810.5million
4. Chelsea - £766.8million
5. Bayern Munich - £724.1million
6. Real Madrid - £680.9million
7. Manchester United - £649.1million
8. Barcelona - £611.1million
9. Atletico Madrid - £594.5million
10. Tottenham - £528.5million
11. Borussia Dortmund - £504.2million
12. Juventus - £500.0million
13. Inter Milan - £476.0million
14. Arsenal - £468.9million
15. Leicester City - £463.3million
16. Napoli - £444.8million
17. AC Milan - £432.1million
18. RB Leipzig - £419.0million
19. Everton - £403.0million
20. Bayer Leverkusen - £391.0million
21. Aston Villa - £390.2million
22. Sevilla - £370.7million
23. Real Sociedad - £348.7million
24. Atalanta - £346.4million
25. Villarreal - £344.3million
26. Roma - £332.4million
27. Wolves - £316.8million
28. Monaco - £315.9million
29. West Ham - £313.9million
30. Ajax - £310.7million
31. Lyon - £309.7million
32. Valencia - £262.6million
33. Newcastle - £261.8million
34. Leeds - £259.2million
35. Lazio - £239.6million
36. Benfica - £239.4million
37. Southampton - £239.1million
38. Sporting Lisbon - £235.1million
39. Crystal Palace - £234.0million
40. Porto - £233.4million
41. Brighton - £229.2million
42. Marseille - £227.3million
43. Nice - £224.6million
44. Lille - £219.0million
45. Real Betis - £218.8million
46. Fiorentina - £213.3million
47. Sassuolo - £212.9million
48. Wolfsburg - £212.9million
49. Brentford - £207.8million
50. Rennes - £202.0million


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Written by Tris Burke April 26 2022 10:33:29


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