LNTUP 10 Hot Topics of The Day By the date 22nd November 2017
1.Manager of Wales.
Retired Wales players Craig Bellamy and John Hartson are eager to become the next manager of the national team following Chris Coleman’s resignation from the role last week.
Craig Bellamy talking about the Wales job on Sky Sports:
“I’d always be interested, and looking ahead I’ll probably be interested in it for the rest of my life. I’m passionately Welsh and it would be the pinnacle for me.”
— Welsh Fan Zone TV (@WelshFanZoneTV) November 20, 2017
John Hartson: ‘I’d walk on broken glass’ for #Wales manager job
— Dan Tracey (@dantracey1983) November 20, 2017
2. Wedding bells for Chetri.
Images surfaced on the internet of Indian captain Sunil Chhetri’s wedding to Sonam Bhattacharya. The photos are only that of the Sangeet Ceremony. It was earlier reported that Chhetri’s wedding would be extended over one month according to the schedule of Bengaluru FC in the Indian Super League.
India football captain @chetrisunil11 gets engaged to his long-time girlfriend #SonamBhattacharya in #Gurgaon, will tie the knot on December 4 in #Kolkata https://t.co/c5d2eIywWq pic.twitter.com/OorcT1WSKz
— Delhi Times (@DelhiTimesTweet) November 21, 2017
3. No investors for domestic teams.
Kolkata giants Mohun Bagan and East Bengal need to put their complaints aside and do some “soul-searching” on why they have failed to attract the kind of investors needed to play in the more glamorous Indian Super League, AIFF General secretary Kushal Das said.
— Arunava Chaudhuri (@Arunfoot) November 22, 2017
4. Oumar Niasse to face two games ban.
Everton striker Oumar Niasse became the first Premier League player to be charged with “successful deception of a match official” on Tuesday after diving to win a penalty in a match against Crystal Palace on Saturday, and could be banned for two games.
— Everton FC News (@LivEchoEFC) November 22, 2017
5. Future of Indian coaches.
All India Football Federation general secretary Kushal Das on Tuesday gave enough hints that senior team chief coach Stephen Constantine would be handed a contract extension in March despite certain reports of rift with senior players. The AIFF general secretary also confirmed that Portuguese Luis Norton De Matos’ contract will run till the end of the I-League, where he will be coaching the Indian Arrows.
— football news india (@fni) November 21, 2017
6. Dominating win for Real Madrid.
Karim Benzema scored twice in the first half and Cristiano Ronaldo added two goals in the second as Real Madrid thrashed Cypriot team APOEL 6-0 Tuesday to guarantee a spot in the knockout stage of the Champions League.
— Real Madrid C.F. (@realmadrid) November 21, 2017
7. Draw for Liverpool.
Sevilla recovered after conceding three goals in the first 30 minutes against Liverpool, salvaging a 3-3 draw with an injury-time equalizer by Guido Pizarro in Group E of the Champions League on Tuesday.
A late Sevilla equaliser sees the points shared. pic.twitter.com/yol7DgXPOH
— Liverpool FC (@LFC) November 21, 2017
8. City is in rash.
Raheem Sterling chipped in a late winner as Manchester City overcame an uncharacteristic sloppy display to beat Feyenoord 1-0 and clinch top spot in its Champions League group on Tuesday.
— Feyenoord Rotterdam (@Feyenoord) November 21, 2017
9. Leipzig beat Monaco 4-1.
Leipzig sent Monaco crashing out of the Champions League with a 4-1 victory, capitalizing on a comedy of errors in a first-half horror show from last season’s semifinalists on Tuesday.
— RB Leipzig English (@RBLeipzig_EN) November 21, 2017
10. Fine for Lukaku.
Manchester United forward Romelu Lukaku has agreed to pay $450 for a July incident where police were called to the home where he was staying after the Belgian failed to heed repeated noise warnings, a Los Angeles Superior Court clerk said on
Romelu Lukaku ordered to pay LA police a measly £340 fine despite earning around £200,000-a-week https://t.co/ocNW3qXCWA
— E-Football (@e_footballnet) November 21, 2017