The game, which was held at a park in Sugar Hill, was canceled following the fight on Saturday, the Gwinnett County Police Department said in a news release. A shootout then erupted in the parking lot and bathroom areas of the park, police said. … [Read more...] about Police: Man shot, wounded after football game brawl
To try to rectify this, Lucid and members of the All-Island League Advocacy Group will hold a series of meetings with players, coaches, fans, administrators and broadcasters in Belfast, Dublin and Dundalk from Monday. These aim to win support to create a new league. … [Read more...] about Talks begin over all-island Irish football league: ‘Football is the one sport that cuts across all class and cultural divides’
Meanwhile, Chelsea are set to cash out a couple of midfielders. Milan want to sign Tiemoué Bakayoko, who they previously had on on loan at San Siro, but will pay no more than £25m. Chelsea want £30m. Milan may well decide to save that cash and splash it all on N’Golo Kanté, once Chelsea’s main man, and now a cashable asset after they bet the farm on a forward line. Antonio Conte has not forgotten how Kanté was the engine of Chelsea’s 2016-17 Premier League title win, but Internazionale will have to pay £60m for him. … [Read more...] about Football transfer rumours: Liverpool to sell Rhian Brewster for £20m?
As far as weekdays go, Fridays aren't that bad, but there does tend to be a mid-afternoon lull as you hold out for 5pm when the weekend can officially start. Mirror Football know this lull all too well, which is why we've decided to make your Fridays that bit more bearable with a fiendishly tricky football pub quiz. Every Friday we'll be delivering a mind-melting teaser designed to test the most clued-up footy fans. This week's quiz brings you rounds on Jose Mourinho, the 2018 World Cup, Premier League stadiums, the summer transfer window and Champions League winners. … [Read more...] about Mirror Football Friday Pub Quiz: Week 1 – put your knowledge of the beautiful game to the ULTIMATE test
Other clubs see the cap as a chance to clamber out of a division they don’t want to be in and are investing in experienced players instead. Bolton, who intend being in League Two for no more than nine months, have signed a whole new squad. Mansfield are also going for it and so are Salford – who have released 15 players and signed nine, including Preston captain Tom Clarke, which says everything about the Class of 92’s spending power. Although the salary cap is coming in with immediate effect, current contracts are assumed to be worth a league average salary until they expire. These clubs know they have to act quick to exploit their financial advantage before the cap levels the field. … [Read more...] about The transfer window is working for young, free and single footballers