HOT football news at noon 24/3: Solskjaer plans to forge MU players but must cancel because of the worldwide pandemic.
Solskjaer must cancel plans to forge MU players
According to the Metro (UK), the worldwide pandemic caused football to be postponed causing the players to recently reside at home and affect their training. Coach Ole Gunnar Solskjaer had originally planned to train players to train in the style of military barracks, but now the training sessions have been completely canceled.
Bale wants to stay but Real doesn’t
According to Gareth Bale’s representative Jonathan Barnett, the future of Bale at the Bernabeu will depend on whether the club wants to keep him in the midst of an epidemic and the football is stopped. Mr. Barnett said Gareth wanted to stay in Madrid and had a contract with the club, but the team was losing revenue and they had to consider different possibilities.
FIFA thought again about reducing the number of teams
In the wake of the Covid-19 situation, FIFA president Gianni Infantino recently said that FIFA may be thinking of reducing the number of teams attending the tournaments they organize and lobbying the league to reduce the number of matches. necessary. Infantino thinks Fewer matches would be a good way to ensure logistics and balance and competitiveness.
The Dutch League was postponed until early June
The Dutch government issued a statement banning public events from now until the end of May to continue the fight against the Covid-19 epidemic. As such, the Dutch league will have to be postponed until early June, and it is likely that the tournament will have to be canceled because it is impossible to finish the remaining rounds before the end of June.
Pochettino revealed that Tottenham almost lost Son Heung Min
In a recent interview on the High-Performance Podcast, former Tottenham boss Mauricio Pochettino revealed that he had to let Son Heung Min return to Asia to attend the 2019 Asian Cup if he did not want to lose this player. The reason is that the Korean star will want to leave the team if he does not return to the national team.
“I let him come back to play for Korea in an optional competition (Asian Cup 2019), so Son is still at Tottenham. Otherwise, he will finish the rest of his contract and leave “.
FIFA Club World Cup cannot use the new version yet
Due to the effects of the Covid 19 translation, the new version of the FIFA Club World Cup is unlikely to appear. Earlier, FIFA intended to move to a 24-team format instead of the current format. It was revealed by FIFA president Gianni Infantino in the Gazzetta dello Sport.
“The whole plan of the World Cup Club will have to be delayed. The new version of the tournament will appear in 2022 and even 2023.”
Young stars want to become Arsenal legend
In a recent interview published in the Daily Mail, young Brazilian talent Gabriel Martinelli expressed his desire to become the new legend of Arsenal and the club to win the Champions League and many other noble titles. Joining the Emirates Stadium for £ 6 million, Martinelli had 10 goals and 4 assists in his first season.
MU legend opposes having no audience
The English Premier League is being postponed due to the current epidemic and hopes to return in late April are extremely fragile. Some comments suggest that the tournament will continue to take place in a un audience situation, but former MU captain Gary Neville countered.
“I think that’s a worse way. You can’t control the audience gathering outside the stadium or bar when their team is up, winning a championship or earning a place in the European Cup.”
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