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Football News: Review Of The Day 28th June 2022

Review Of The Day 28th June 2022
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Review of the Day


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Veteran Mansfield Town midfielder Stephen Quinn has signed a new 1-year deal.

Will Collar has agreed a 3-year contract with Stockport County.



West Ham United have completed the permanent signing of French international goalkeeper Alphonse Areola from Paris Saint-Germain for £8.37m. The 29-year-old had spent last season on loan with the Hammers from PSG.

Fernandinho has returned to his first club Athletico Paranaense on a free transfer from Manchester City. I wonder if he will still be able to commit 50 bookable offences a game before he gets one yellow card shown to him while in Brazilian football?

Arsenal have signed US international goalkeeper Matt Turner from Major League Soccer's New England Revolution. The move was agreed back in February.

St Mirren have completed the signing of Keanu Bacchus from Western Sydney Wanderers of the Australian A-League.

David Cornell has signed for Preston North End on a free transfer from Peterborough United.

Forest Green Rovers have taken Harry Boyes on a season-long loan from Sheffield United.

Josh Earl has had his Preston North End contract cancelled and signed for Fleetwood Town on a free.

Also leaving PNE is Connor Ripley who has signed for Morecambe on a free transfer and Tom Bayliss who has signed for Shrewsbury Town on a free transfer.

Stoke City have sent Tashan Oakley-Boothe to Lincoln City on loan for the season.

Shrewsbury Town will have Coventry City's Julien Dacosta on loan for next season.

Fraser Horsfall has moved to Stockport County from Northampton Town on a free transfer.

Grimsby Town have picked up Stephen Wearne on a free transfer from Sunderland.

Salford City have paid an undisclosed fee to sign Elliott Watt from Bradford City.

After being released by Carlisle United, former Manchester City youngster Rod McDonald has signed for Crewe Alexandra.

Scott Kashket has signed for Gillingham on a free transfer from Crewe.

Reading have signed Dean Bouzanis on a free transfer from Sutton United.

Barrow have signed George Ray from Exeter City on a free transfer.

Jordan Holgrove has moved to Pacos Ferreira from Celta de Vigo on a free transfer.

Mirandes have taken Roberto Lopez on loan from Real Sociedad.

Volos NPS of the Greek Super League 1 have signed Nicolas Mezquida from MLS team Colorado Rapids.

Former Liverpool and Brentford youngster Joao Carlos Teixeira has moved to Qatari Stars League team Umm Salal SC from Famalicao on a free transfer.

Monza have paid a loan fee of £360,000 for Cagliari goalkeeper Alessio Cragno.

Jordan Larsson, the son of former Celtic, Manchester United and Barcelona striker Henrik, has been released by Spartak Moscow.

Freiburg have spent £4.05m to sign Daniel-Kofi Kyereh from St Pauli.

Clermont Foot defender Till Cissokho has moved to Quevilly Rouen.

Former Cardiff City defender Bruno Ecuele Manga has been released by Dijon.

VfL Bochum have signed the former Manchester United, Nottingham Forest and Celtic right-back Saidy Janko on loan from Real Vallodolid.

Lazio's veteran former Liverpool midfielder Lucas Leiva has moved to Gremio on a free transfer.

A £6.75m fee has taken Bartol Franjic to Wolfsburg from Dinamo Zagreb.

Salernitana goalkeeper Vid Belec has moved to APOEL Nicosia.

Hertha Berlin have loaned Daishawn Redan to Utrecht.

Former Arsenal keeper David Ospina has been released by Napoli.


Injury Round Up

Former Wolverhampton Wanderers goalkeeper Jack Ruddy has been involved in a nasty clash of head on his debut for East Kilbride in a friendly. Ruddy was out cold and was taken to hospital suffering from concussion after waking up suffering from a sensitivity to light.

Job Changes

Former Italian international midfielder Damiano Tommasi is the new mayor of Verona after being elected as an independent candidate. His coalition beat a far-right Brothers of Italy representative. Tommasi began his playing career with Hellas Verona before moving on to AS Roma to play alongside the likes of Francesco Totti and Gabriel Batistuta.


Disciplinary Charges

Sassuolo's Italian international midfielder Davide Frattesi has claimed his "phone was hacked" after a completely naked selfie of himself was posted to his Instagram account.


Hornets do Qatar U-Turn

Watford have cancelled a proposed friendly with the Qatari national team following complaints from supporters groups. Two fans groups, Proud Hornets and Women of Watford FC, had said they were "disappointed" by the decision to schedule a game against Qatar where homosexuality is illegal. The Hornets are of course best known for their success while owned by Elton John. With the World Cup to be held in Qatar this winter, there has been a lot of focus on the Gulf nation's human rights record and it has led to a number of the Welsh national team's staff to decide to boycott due to its stance on LGBTQ+ people.


Financial Disparity

It has been revealed that even the top club in Italy earns less from TV rights than the bottom club in the English Premier League. Last season the team that propped up the table, Norwich City, earnt more than any of the Serie A clubs. The Canaries pocketed 105m euros from TV rights while Inter Milan who, as reigning champions, picked up the biggest share in Serie A got 84.2m euros. Juventus got 77.9m, AC Milan, the new champions, 77.8m. Napoli were 4th highest earners with 68.5m, ahead of Jose Mourinho's AS Roma who received 64.1m. Venezia got the least with just 26m euros.


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Written by Tris Burke June 28 2022 14:42:50


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