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Quote from: Sheilbh on January 24, 2023, 04:30:01 PMA day of profound Everton Evertoning Started with a loan signing who they'd been working on for the past 24 days. All agreed, he'd done the medical and the promo photos - then Spurs hijacked it in the morning.Tonight the Guardian breaks that Moshiri is looking to sell the club - then the club drop a 25 minute interview with Moshiri on YouTube and he says the club isn't for sale.I don't really know how any player is meant to want to join when they don't know who the manager is - but I imagine a manager probably wants to know who the owner'll be.Just chaos Sunderland vibes intensifying Meanwhile the new stadium is still not built and a big debt for someone to buy...
QuoteSaudi Arabia to sponsor Women's World Cup and tighten ties with FifaTourist authority joins international brands on listWorld Cup starts on 20 July at Eden Park, AucklandSaudi Arabia's tourist authority is to sponsor football's Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand this year, despite the country's history of oppression of women's rights.Fifa is expected to confirm that Visit Saudi will join international brands such as Adidas, Coca-Cola and Visa in attaching its name to the 32-team tournament that will kick off in front of an expected 50,000 supporters at Auckland's Eden Park on 20 July.The deal has been agreed under Fifa's new "commercial partnership structure" dedicated to developing revenues specifically for the women's game, with funds generated from the World Cup going back into the sport. There will be some scepticism over the suitability of the arrangement, owing to repression of women's freedoms in the Gulf state.
QuoteSaudi Arabia tourism body's sponsorship of 2023 Women's World Cup condemned by human rights groupsAustralian and New Zealand football organisations seek 'urgent' clarification from Fifa over its deal with Visit SaudiHuman rights advocates have condemned the decision to allow Saudi Arabia's tourism authority to sponsor the 2023 Women's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, calling it a "textbook case of sports-washing".Visit Saudi is set to join international brands such as Adidas, Coca-Cola and Visa in attaching their names to the 32-team tournament that is due to kick off on 20 July at Auckland's Eden Park.Despite Saudi Arabia's history of oppressing women's rights, Fifa has decided to ratify the deal under the new "commercial partnership structure" dedicated to developing revenues specifically for the women's game.But the announcement has sparked criticism from human rights groups in Australia.A spokesperson from Football Australia said they were seeking clarification from Fifa."We are very disappointed that Football Australia were not consulted on this matter prior to any decision being made," they said."Football Australia and New Zealand Football have jointly written to Fifa to urgently clarify the situation."
Quote from: FunkMonk on February 01, 2023, 09:57:35 AMSeen that Chelsea spent like over 600m on transfers in the winter and summer windows, the most in history and more than every other club in Europe COMBINED
Quote from: mongers on February 01, 2023, 10:28:09 AMQuote from: FunkMonk on February 01, 2023, 09:57:35 AMSeen that Chelsea spent like over 600m on transfers in the winter and summer windows, the most in history and more than every other club in Europe COMBINED Russians out, UAE occupied/succeeded, so it must be Saudi money?
QuoteIn other news, looks like Canadian coach Herdmann is off to his home country to coach New Zealand.
Quote from: Josephus on February 01, 2023, 11:51:59 AMLooks like MLS is going the Apple Plus route to watch on TV. You need Apple + and a separate subscription to MLS ($100 for the season)This will kill the casual viewer.
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