LNTUP 5 Hot Topics of The Day By the date 21st Oct2017

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1. 70% lesser than the last season.
Chelsea has lost to Manchester City and then bottom club Crystal Palace in the last two league games, as well as losing a two-goal lead in Wednesday’s 3-3 Champions League draw at home to Roma in the recent past. When the manager is asked about their recent lower grades, he said, “I don’t know about that,” Conte told a news conference. “I have my methods the same as last season when we won the league.” And added “But we are working maybe 70 percent less this season because we play every three days, to play every game with the same players is a big problem. It’s impossible for them to work, except for the games.”

2. 3-1 win for US women’s’ team.
Alex Morgan and Julie Ertz prolonged their recent scoring binges for the United States, while Megan Rapinoe showcased her knack for exposing weaknesses in even the most technically sound defenses.
Morgan scored in a fourth straight game, Ertz scored for the fourth time in five games and the U.S. beat South Korea 3-1 on Thursday night.
“She’s very comfortable on that left side and is a world-class server of the ball. She continues to want more from herself because that’s just the type of player she is.”, the coach said about Rapinoe.

3. Danny Rose is uncertain against Liverpool.
England international Rose, out since January with a knee injury that required surgery, came on as a late substitute in the Champions League clash at the Bernabeu on Tuesday.
With Ben Davies has missed Tottenham’s last two games through illness, Rose’s return to fitness is timely but Pochettino will not rush the 27-year-old back.
“Danny is still not ready to start, he needs to build up his fitness,” Pochettino told reporters on Friday and added, “But we are so happy because he is doing very well and for him to be on the bench on Tuesday was good for the team.”

4. Minerva Punjab Fc signs Chencho.
Minerva Punjab FC has Bhutanese strengthened their attack with the signing of Bhutanse forward Chencho Gyeltshen ahead of the Hero I-League season. The 21-year-old forward has become the sixth foreign player to be signed by the club this year. Gyeltshen holds the record of being the first Bhutanese footballer to play professionally with an international club. The forward started his career with Yeedzin FC in the Bhutan National League and helped his team win the title in the league in 2013.

5. German FA hit with tax escape punishment.
The German Football Association must pay 19.2 million euros ($22.61 million) in back taxes related to a controversial payment for the 2006 World Cup but it will challenge the Frankfurt tax office’s decision, it said on Friday.
The tax office said the payment of 6.7 million euros from the DFB to world soccer’s governing body FIFA in 2005 had not been declared properly and the association now owed 19.2 million.
“The tax authority is questioning the tax deductibility of the payment and the non-profit character of the DFB for the year 2006,” the DFB said in a statement.