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Friday January 28
Carrasco suspended against United
Atletico Madrid’s Yannick Carrasco was given a three-match ban on Friday after he was shown a red card when Atletico Madrid beat Porto in their last Champions League group game. It reports the Spanish dema.
This means that he lost both of his eighth semi-finals against United.
Only goalkeeper Jan Oblak and defender Mario Hermoso have played more La Liga for Atletico than Carrasco this season, and he has started all six of the team’s games so far in 2022.
Rooney refused to meet Everton
Wayne Rooney is one of the managers that Everton were interested in speaking with about the managerial vacancy.
That’s after Rooney has been impressed with the work he’s done at doomed Derby County this season, where against all odds they still have a chance of survival in the championship.
Rooney has now confirmed that Everton has contacted his agent, but has refused to enter into Everton talks.
Wayne Rooney says he turned down the opportunity to talk to him Tweet embed Re-position of the manager. “Everton approached my agent and asked me for a job interview. Lower his voice. I think I’m going to be the PL manager and I’m 100% ready for that. But I have a job in Derby, which is important to me.”
– Simon Stone (@sistoney67) January 28, 2022
Thursday January 27
Bernard’s new coach
Turkey side Akon Eligali recently acquired Hull City, with Deschon Bernard on loan from United.
Then it did not help much to achieve good results against the top teams in recent matches: manager Grant McCann disappeared from the club, and is now replaced by Georgian Shota Arviladze.
Arveladze currently has a more impressive player career than his coaching career, but the most important thing for us is that he continues to give Bernard confidence in defence.
Hull City is pleased to announce the appointment of Shota Arveladze as the club’s new head coach on a two-and-a-half year deal.
Hello Shota! 🤝#hkafak
HullCity January 27 2022
Wednesday January 26
Women’s Under-21 to the Cup Final
Wednesday night was the semi-finals in The WSL Academy Cup was played at Moss Lane in Altrincham, and Manchester United were visited by Aston Villa, with United boss Mark Skinner of course.
And it ended with United winning and advancing to the final for United, who won 5-0.
Maria Edwards, Alyssa May Ahern, Karna Solskjaer and substitute Eleanor Ashton (x2) scored United’s goals, according to MUWomenXtra.
Both Edwards and Solskjær have scored more goals than matches for U21 this season. Karna’s father, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, was often present at United’s Under-21 matches.
In the final, United Women’s Under-21 will face Birmingham City. The final will be played on April 24 (4.30pm SST) at Loughborough Stadium.
United team: Safia Middleton – Niamh Murphy, Emma Taylor, Bobby Lawson (C), Jess Simpson – Rebecca May, Polly Watson, Ella Kinszt – Karna Solskjaer, Alyssa Mae Ahern, Maria Edwards.
Wall Street Journal: No help from West Ham
Chelsea won 2-0 at home against West Ham in a pending Women’s Football League match on Wednesday, bringing Emma Hayes’ side past Manchester United. tables.
They are now one point ahead of United and have one game left (and will also face United at home at Kingsmeadow later in the season), so United’s ambitions now have more to do with a move to Manchester City.
West Ham are seventh, seven points behind United, who are third.
Two players on the tour team
Vilde Bøe Risa and Hayley Ladd make up the midfield in the WSL League team for the tour.
It has to be said that it was former United goalkeeper Siobhan Chamberlain who knocked out the squad, but she never played for Ladd or Boy Ressa (Chamberlain was pregnant the season she co-branded with Ladd at the club), which is probably sporting reasons for choosing the United duo here.
Both scored in the 3-0 win over Tottenham.
the #BarclaysFAWSL Team of the week ⭐️
BarclaysFAWSL Women’s Soccer League January 25 2022
English Premier League referee crown
Several delays in the Premier League have sparked reactions in England. Clubs today agreed on a new rule that prevents unnecessary postponements for the rest of the season.
For a club to apply for a postponement, there must be at least four cases of coronavirus in the squad. This therefore excludes other injuries and other absences.
– Mike Keegan (@MikeKeegan_DM) January 26 2022
Tuesday 25 January
Hodgson becomes the new coach of Watford
Roy Hodgson has been appointed as Watford’s new manager. The Premier League club writes it themselves their websites.
Thus, the former Crystal Palace coach took over from Claudio Ranieri and became the third manager of the 19th-placed team this season. The 74-year-old is also working to improve his record as the oldest coach in the league ever.
United meet both Hodgson and Watford when they visit “The Hornets” Old Trafford on February 26.
Monday January 24
Ranieri shot at Watford
He won the Premier League with Leicester, but won’t do so with Watford’s Claudio Ranieri.
And on Monday, he was sacked by Watford after 7 points in 13 league games.
Unfortunately for United, his highlight as Watford coach was the 4-1 win over United, the match that sealed Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s fate.
Watford Football Club confirmed the departure of coach Claudio Ranieri.
The Hornets Council recognizes Claudio as a man of great integrity and honour, who will always be respected here in Vicarage’s way for his efforts in leading the team with dignity.
Watford Football Club (WatfordFC) January 24, 2022
Lingard, Rashford and Dalot train in Dubai
It’s the winter break in English football. This means United’s players have been given leave until Saturday, and several players are already on tour.
On Monday, Jesse Lingard posted videos of him training Rashford and Dalot in Dubai.
However, it is also a holiday time for men.
Jesse Lingard and Marcus Rashford with rapper Wiley in Dubai 📸 pic.twitter.com/16WImrguFP
– utdreport (utdreport) January 24, 2022
There are no days off for Lingard, Rashford and Dalot 💪💪💪 pic.twitter.com/o8YIPOWWpa
– Man United News (@ManUtdMEN) January 24, 2022
The time of the confirmed match for the League Cup semi-finals
United beat Arsenal in impressive fashion in the League Cup quarter-finals, and will face Chelsea in the semi-finals – a very difficult draw.
The match date has now been confirmed – the match will take place on Kingsmeadow at 20.00 (Scandinavian time) on Wednesday 2 February.
The match must be broadcast on Footballer. It will probably be available there in Scandinavia as well, in the same way as the quarter-final match against Arsenal.
see table she has.
ℹ️ 𝙁𝙄𝙓𝙏𝙐𝙍𝙀 𝙉𝙀𝙒𝙎 🚨
for us #ContiCup The semi-final match will take place away from home to Chelsea on Wednesday 2 February, with kick-off at 19:00 GMT.
– Manchester United Women (ManUtdWomen) January 24, 2022
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