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Football News: Review Of The Day 4th June 2022

Review Of The Day 4th June 2022
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Review of the Day


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Danny Andrew has signed on at Fleetwood Town for 2 more years.

Elliott Bennett has extended his contract with Shrewsbury Town to keep him there for next season.

Montpellier midfielder Teji Savanier has signed a new deal which will run until 2026.

Hamburg have tied Robert Glatzel down until 2025.

MLS team Orlando City have signed Mason Stajduhar up until the end of 2025.

Harry Toffolo has agreed a new 1-year deal with Huddersfield Town, as has Josh Koroma.

Bologna have given veteran full-back Lorenzo De Silvestri a 1-year contract.

Dani Rodriguez has extended his RCD Mallorca deal by 2 years.

Trevor Clarke has signed a new 2-year contract with Bristol Rovers.

Brighton & Hove Albion have given German midfielder Pascal Gross a 2 year contract.

Veteran full-back Peter Pekarik has agreed a 1-year extension with Hertha Berlin.



Real Madrid have signed Antonio Rudiger on a free transfer from Chelsea.

Juan Mata is joining Paul Pogba in the exodus of players leaving Manchester United at the end of their contract this summer.

Hibernian have released Scott Allan, Alex Gogic, Innes Murray, Jamie Murphy, Drey Wright and Sean Mackie.

St Mirren have signed Jonah Ayunga from Morecambe.

Alan Forrest has signed for Heart of Midlothian on a free transfer from Livingston.

Huddersfield Town have released Naby Sarr, Fraizer Campbell, Carel Eiting, Alex Vallejo and Jamal Blackman.

Aaron Wildig is set to leave Morecambe on a free transfer this summer after rejecting a new deal.

Ipswich Town have picked up Dominic Ball on a free transfer from QPR.

Will Wright has signed for Gillingham on a free transfer from Dagenham and Redbridge.

Bradford City have signed Kian Harratt on a season-long loan deal from Huddersfield Town.

Port Vale have released David Amoo following their promotion to League One.

Tranmere Rovers have signed Paul Lewis on a free transfer from Northampton Town, who he joined after leaving Rovers a year ago. Leaving Rovers is Peter Clarke, who has signed for Walsall on a free transfer.

New Major League Soccer expansion side St Louis City have continued building their squad with the official signing of Joakim Nilsson from Arminia Bielefeld.

Real Salt Lake City have signed Diego Luna from El Paso Locomotive for $250,000.

Adam Hlozek has signed for Bayer Leverkusen from Sparta Prague for an initial fee of over £10m, with nearly half as much again possible in bonus clauses and a 30% sell-on fee.

Arsenal have confirmed that ALexandre Lacazette is to leave the club this summer at the end of his contract.

After a disastrous injury-hit spell, Perth Glory have released former Liverpool, Chelsea and Manchester City striker Daniel Sturridge.

Cardiff City striker Chanka Zimba has joined Newport County on loan for next season.


Injury Round Up

England will be missing a number of players against Hungary, including Manchester City forward Phil Foden, who has tested positive for covid. Fikayo Tomori and Marc Guehi are both out with minor injuries and Raheem Sterling is a doubt due to illness. Foden will also miss the game in Germany on Tuesday.

Managerial Changes

Alan Pardew and his assistant Alex Dyer have quit CSKA Sofia with immediate effect due to racist behaviour from their fans. Pardew was technical director at the Bulgarian club before becoming manager in April. The former Newcastle and West Ham United coach put the blame on a "small group of organised racist fans" saying: "Unfortunately, my time here is over. The events before and after the match with Botev were not acceptable for me, for my assistant Alex Dyer, or for our players. The reason no-one gave an interview after the match was that we were all very outraged by the situation that had escalated. Our players decided to play only out of loyalty and to protect the club. The small group of organised racist fans who tried to sabotage this match is not what I want to lead and represent the team. This is not the right path for the benefit of CSKA, because such a club deserves much more." Just 4 days before the game with Botev, CSKA lost the Bulgarian Cup final to Levski Sofia 1-0 and four of their black players were subjected to racial abuse and had bananas thrown at them by CSKA supporters.

Michael Beale has left his role as assistant manager to Steven Gerrard at Aston Villa to become Queens Park Rangers new boss. The 41-year-old has often been credited, even at times by Gerrard, as the brains behind the duo's success at Rangers, as the pair won the Scottish Premiership title before leaving for Villa. The new QPR head coach retired from playing at the age of 21 to become a coach and learnt his trade in the academies at Chelsea and Liverpool.

Villa have taken another former Liverpool academy coach to the club to assist Gerrard. This time it is Blackpool boss Neil Critchley who has moved to work alongside him. Critchley won promotion to the Championship while in charge of the Tangerines and kept them in the second tier last season.

Josh Marsh has quit his role as head of recruitment at Huddersfield Town to become Swansea City's new head of football operations. Marsh has previously worked as a scout at both Wolverhampton Wanderers and Southampton before joining Huddersfield in 2016.


Disciplinary Charges

Despite France's interior minister Gerald Darmanin claiming that only Liverpool fans were a problem at the Champions League final in Paris, Real Madrid have now made a statement asking for an inquiry into the event. Liverpool have been very vocal about problems suffered by their fans, which included being locked outside the stadium while the police attacked them with tear gas and baton charging random groups of fans, but now Real Madrid have come out publicly to question the organisation of the event and the "unfortunate events in the surroundings of and at access points to the Stade de Frances, and even inside the stadium itself". Madrid also stated that their fans "were victims to said events" and demands to know "those responsible for leaving the fans abandoned and defenceless. Fans who in general terms showed exemplary conduct at all times." The French have tried to put the blame squarely on ticket fraud and blamed Liverpool fans for being late and being out of control, even though the French were turning away those with legitimate tickets and calling them forgeries. Even some of the friends of Liverpool full-back Andy Robertson, on tickets provided by him, were turned away and told their tickets were fake. It has since emerged that French youths broke into the stadium without tickets and that local gangs were attacking the supporters of both clubs. Real's statement read: "We believe something which should have been a wonderful festival of football for all fans who attended the game, quickly turned into a series of unfortunate events which have caused a sense of outrage around the world. As was evident in the revealing images published by the media, several fans were attacked, harassed, assaulted and robbed in violent fashion. These occurrences continued as they moved in their cars or busses, causing concern for their physical wellbeing. Certain fans even had to spend the night in hospital as a result of injuries. Our fans and supporters deserve a response and those responsible to be held accountable in order for events like these to be eradicated from football and sport in general."


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Written by Tris Burke June 03 2022 17:05:54


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