Review Of The Day 14th September 2020


Review Of The Day 14th September 2020
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Review of the Day

 

Contracts

Wolverhampton Wanderers head coach Nuno Espirito Santo has signed a new contract with the club. His previous deal had one year left to run but he has signed a 3 year contract. Wolves chairman Jeff Shit said: “Nuno really is the special one to Wolves. He’s brought us a clear identity. All the work we have done to build our first team over the past three years started from the identity created in Nuno’s head.”

 

Transfers

After breaking quarantine rules by taking an unsanctioned trip to Spain, Celtic full-back Boli Bolingoli has been loaned to Istanbul Basaksehir for the season, with the option to make the move permanent in the summer. The breach caused two Celtic games to be postponed and Bolingoli was fined by his club and given a 3 match ban by the Scottish FA.

Genoa have signed Miha Zajc on loan from Fenerbahce.

Lazio have paid over £16m to sign Vedat Muriqi from Fenerbahce.

Wilfried Kanga has joined Kayserispor from SCO Angers.

Osasuna have taken Argentine forward Jonathan Calleri from Maldonado.

 

Injury Round-Up

Arjen Robben’s return to football after his July 2019 retirement lasted just 28 minutes. The 36 year old was making his first start since 2018 but failed to make it through the first half. Robben had come out of retirement to sign for Groningen after the club showed him a montage of basketball star Michael Jordan, who came out of retirement to win 3 more NBA titles.

 

Managerial Changes

 

 

Disciplinary Charges

 

 

Bilic Expects Ivanovic

West Bromwich Albion boss Slaven Bilic has said in a post-match interview after the 3-0 loss against Leicester City, that he expects former Chelsea defender Branislav Ivanovic to join the team for training on Monday. The 36 year old Serbian defender left Zenit St Petersburg in the summer and Bilic believes the transfer is done: “As far as I know, it was done yesterday I think. I expect him to be here tomorrow but I don’t know what happened in the last 24 hours.”

 

Greenwood Apologises For Hippy Crack Pics

Manchester United’s forward Mason Greenwood has apologised after past pictures of him inhaling nitrous oxide were published by the gutter press. The teenager said: “I strongly urge others not to follow my example. I have now been made aware of the health risks associated with this practice and accept that even trying it, as shown in these historical pictures, was poor judgement on my part. As an 18-year-old, I am learning all the time. However, this week I have also learned I will be judged to a higher standard because of my career as a footballer and I must respect that in future. I am determined to repay the faith shown in me by my manager and coaches.”

 

Today’s List

Today’s list is the most expensive Brazilians:
1. Neymar Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain 2017/18 £199.8m
2. Philippe Coutinho Liverpool to Barcelona 2017/18 £130.5m
3. Neymar Santos to Barcelona 2013/14 £79.38m
4. Arthur Barcelona to Juventus 2020/21 £64.8m
5. Kaka AC Milan to Real Madrid 2009/10 £60.3m
6. Alisson AS Roma to Liverpool 2018/19 £56.25m
7. Oscar Chelsea to Shanghai SIPG 2016/17 £54m
8. Fred Shakhtar Donetsk to Manchester United 2018/19 £53.1m
9. Hulk Zenit St Petersburg to Shanghai SIPG 2016/17 £50.22m
10. Eder Militao Porto to Real Madrid 2019/20 £45m
11. Alex Teixeira Shakhtar Donetsk to Jiangsu Suning 2015/16 £45m
12. David Luiz Chelsea to Paris Saint-Germain 2014/15 £44.55m
13. Rodrygo Santos to Real Madrid 2019/20 £40.5m
14. Fabinho AS Monaco to Liverpool 2018/19 £40.5m
15. Vinicius Junior Flamengo to Real Madrid 2018/19 £40.5m
16. Ronaldo Inter Milan to Real Madrid 2002/03 £40.5m
17. Joelinton TSG 1899 Hoffenheim to Newcastle United 2019/20 £39.6m
18. Robinho Real Madrid to Manchester City 2008/09 £38.7m
19. Paulinho Barcelona to Guanghzou Evergrande 2018/19 £37.8m
20. Thiago Silva AC Milan to Paris Saint-Germain 2012/13 £37.8m
21. Malcom Girondins Bordeaux to Barcelona 2018/19 £36.9m
22. Roberto Firmino TSG 1899 Hoffenheim to Liverpool 2015/16 £36.9m
23. Malcom Barcelona to Zenit St Petersburg 2019/20 £36m
24. Douglas Costa Bayern Munich to Juventus 2018/19 £36m
25. Ederson Benfica to Manchester City 2017/18 £36m

 

FIFA Rankings

1. Belgium 1765 points
2. France 1733 points
3. Brazil 1712 points
4. England 1661 points
5. Uruguay 1645 points
6. Croatia 1642 points
7. Portugal 1639 points
8. Spain 1636 points
9. Argentina 1623 points
10. Colombia 1622 points
11. Mexico 1621 points
12. Switzerland 1608 points
13. Italy 1607 points
14. Netherlands 1604 points
15. Germany 1602 points
16. Denmark 1598 points
17. Chile 1579 points
17. Sweden 1579 points
19. Poland 1559 points
20. Senegal 1555 points
21. Peru 1544 points
22. USA 1542 points
23. Wales 1540 points
24. Ukraine 1537 points
25. Venezuela 1517 points
26. Austria 1507 points
27. Tunisia 1506 points
28. Japan 1500 points
29. Turkey 1494 points
29. Serbia 1494 points
31. Nigeria 1493 points
32. Slovakia 1490 points
33. Iran 1489 points
34. Republic of Ireland 1486 points
35. Algeria 1482 points
36. Northern Ireland 1476 points
37. Romania 1475 points
38. Russia 1470 points
39. Iceland 1465 points
40. Korea Republic 1464 points
41. Paraguay 1461 points
42. Australia 1457 points
43. Morocco 1456 points
44. Norway 1451 points
45. Czech Republic 1446 points
46. Costa Rica 1439 points
46. Ghana 1439 points
48. Jamaica 1438 points
49. Bosnia and Herzegovina 1430 points
50. Scotland 1422 points

Written by Tris Burke September 13 2020 21:24:27

 



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