LNTUP 5 Hot Topics Of The Day, by the date 11th oct 2017

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1. Suspension for Pakistan.

Pakistan has been suspended from international football because of what global soccer body FIFA described as undue third-party interference in the country’s football federation (PFF).
FIFA said in a statement that the suspension would prevent Pakistani teams, including the national side, from playing in international competition and the PFF from benefiting from FIFA development and training programmes.

“The PFF offices and its accounts remain in control of a court-appointed administrator, which constitutes a violation of the PFF obligations to manage its affairs independently and without influence from any third parties in accordance with the FIFA Statutes,” said FIFA.

“The suspension will be lifted once the PFF offices and access to the PFF accounts are returned to the PFF.”

2. Here comes the Saviour.

Lionel Messi was carry the hopes of a nation that reached the final of the 2014 FIFA World Cup but faced an eimination from qualifiers this time around. Argentina needed a win against Ecaudor to enter the World Cup in Russia next year.

But, Ecuador scored 40 second into the match. Argentina were not on the verge of eimination and wouldn’t feature in the biggest spectable in international football. It was all true until Messi stepped up and saved Argentina. He scored a mesmerizing hat trick.

3. A day of Ricketts :

Happy Birthday ! Samuel Derek Ricketts (born 11 October 1981) is an English born retired Welsh international footballer who last played as a defender for Coventry City. He was the club captain. His favoured position was full-back, able to play on the left or right side, but also able of playing in the centre of defence.

He played over 100 games for Swansea City before playing Premier League football for both Hull City and Bolton Wanderers. He left Bolton in 2013 and captained Wolves to the League One title with a record points total.

4. Stars missed the tickets of Russia.

Russia will miss some breath taking football players next year as their team failed to earn tickets for the world cup 2018.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang : Gabon.
Gareth Bale : Wales.
Eden Dzeko : Bosnia.
Marek Hamshik :Slovakia.
Ryad Mehraz : Algeria.
Jan Oblak : Slovenia.
Christian Pulisik ; USA.
Arjen Robben : Netherlands.
Alexis Sanchez : Chile.
Arturo Vidal ; Chile.

5. Still mourning for Coutinho.

Barcelona are ready to make another move for Liverpool star Philippe Coutinho, club CEO Oscar Grau has confirmed, though his arrival will come at a cost.
The Camp Nou side were desperate to land the 25-year-old Brazil international in the summer window, with Coutinho himself attempting to force a deal through by telling the Reds he wanted to leave. A transfer failed to materialise, however, with Liverpool instantly dismissing all offers from Barca before the end of the transfer deadline.

Barca director Albert Soler later revealed that Liverpool had requested €200 million for the diminutive playmaker, just short of what Neymar joined Paris Saint-Germain for weeks earlier.

Rumours then emerged that the Premier League club would let him leave Anfield in the January window if Coutinho agreed to play out the rest of the calendar year for the club.