Review Of The Day 15th January 2021

Review Of The Day 15th January 2021
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Review of the Day



Tranmere Rovers striker Kaiyne Woolery has extended his contract until the end of the season.

Former Bournemouth and Southampton midfielder Andrew Surman has extended his deal with MK Dons until the end of the season.



Welsh international full-back Neal Eardley has signed for Barrow on loan from Burton Albion.

Bradford City have taken Rumarn Burrell on loan from Middlesbrough.

Cardiff City winger Gavin Whyte will spend the rest of the season on loan with Hull City.

Northampton Town have made a double loan forward signing. Ryan Edmondson has joined from Leeds United and Mickel Miller has arrived from Rotherham United.

Southampton youngster Callum Slattery has moved to Gillingham on loan.

Plymouth Argyle have signed Liverpool youngster Adam Lewis on loan.

Doncaster Rovers’ captain Ben Whiteman has been sold to Preston North End for an undisclosed fee.

Stoke City will have Tottenham Hotspur striker Jack Clarke on loan for the rest of the season.

Brentford have turned Saman Ghoddos’s loan move from Amiens SC into a permanent deal.

Free agent former Aston Villa winger Andre Green has signed for Sheffield Wednesday.

Dutch defender Jordy de Wijs has joined Queens Park Rangers on loan from Hull City. The 26 year old has joined with a view to a permanent move to QPR in the summer.

Reggina have released former Rangers striker Kyle Lafferty.


Injury Round-Up

Sunderland’s Northern Ireland international Conor McLaughlin has been ruled out due to a hernia operation.

Brentford captain Pontus Jansson has undergone surgery to fix an ankle problem. The 29 year old Swedish international centre-back is expected to return before the end of the season.

Ajax midfielder Carel Eiting is expected to miss up to 4 months after knee surgery. The 22 year old was on loan at Huddersfield Town, but returned to Amsterdam for treatment.

Leicester City midfielder Dennis Praet’s hamstring injury is expected to keep him out for about 3 months.

Olympique Marseille midfielder Kevin Strootman has joined Genoa on loan.

Luka Jovic has completed his loan return to Eintracht Frankfurt from Real Madrid.

Chelsea have finally offloaded Lucas Piazon as the flop Brazilian winger has joined Braga on a free transfer.

Vfl Wolfsburg winger Felix Klaus has joined Fortuna Dusseldorf on loan.

Melbourne City’s Austrian defender Richard Windbichler has moved to Seongnam FC.

Genoa youngster Mattia Zennaro has joined Lucchese on loan.


Managerial Changes



Disciplinary Charges

Leeds United have been threatened with legal action over the signing of German defender Robin Koch from SC Freiburg in the summer. Two German clubs, SV Eintracht Trier 05 and SV Dorback have yet to receive their solidarity payments from Leeds for their part in the player’s development. An open letter from Trier stated: “With the competition of Koch’s transfer to Leeds United last summer, FIFA’s solidarity mechanism, Eintracht Trier, should have received 2.25% of the overall fee within 30 days of the transfer. The first part was due on Oct. 1.” Trier have revealed that Leeds have not only never paid up but also refuse to talk to Trier, simply directing their calls to other departments. Trier have also sent a letter to Leeds threatening to take legal action over the 292,500 euros they are owed, a huge sum for a club in Germany’s 5th division. There was a previous case similar to this one when Real Madrid signed Toni Kroos from Bayern Munich. One of his former clubs Greifswalder took the might of Madrid to court and won.


Games Off

Carlisle United’s next three games have been called off after they were hit by a virus outbreak.

Aston Villa’s game at home to Everton on Sunday is off because of their virus outbreak.


Burnley Launch Talent Search App

Burnley’s new owners are already making their mark with the launch of an app to scout young talent from around the world. Young footballers can use the app to film themselves performing drills as if they are on trial with the club and upload the footage. The app then analyses the data and compares it to other footage to find the best youngsters to invite for formal academy trials. New Clarets chairman Alan Pace said: “This is a first opportunity for us to introduce new data-led technologies into the football club and promote Burnley to the wider football world by giving aspirational young players an opportunity. With the pandemic currently leading to a suspension of youth football in Lancashire and across the UK, this trial represents an open and inclusive opportunity for football players to complete a set of drills in their own environment that could end with them being scouted by a Premier League club.”

Written by Tris Burke January 15 2021 06:09:07


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