12/10/2023 Football

12/10/2023 Football – A few games are being played today. There are Euro 2024 qualifiers, and Scotland has a tough fixture against Spain.

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12/10/2023 Football

12/10/2023 Football – Euro 2024 Qualifiers – Spain v Scotland

🏴󠁧󠁢󠁳󠁣󠁴󠁿 Scotland close to Euro 2024 qualification with one point needed in Spain.


  • Scotland leads Group A with five consecutive wins.
  • John McGinn optimistic about Scotland’s future.
  • Kieran Tierney and Kevin Nisbet are unavailable.
  • Spain seeks improvement after March defeat.
  • Historical stats favor Spain, but Scotland on an impressive run.

Scotland is on the verge of qualifying for Euro 2024, needing just one point in Spain to secure their spot. John McGinn is optimistic about Scotland’s future, despite missing Kieran Tierney and Kevin Nisbet. Spain aims for improvement after a March defeat, but historical stats favor them. Scotland’s recent form is impressive, with 15 wins in their last 18 competitive matches. Scott McTominay is a key scorer for Scotland in Euro 2024 qualifying.

12/10/2023 Football – Other Football


3:00am UK THU / 10:00pm ET WED
Canada – OneSoccer
Caribbean – Flow Sports
USA – Fox Soccer Plus

7:45pm UK / 2:45pm ET
International – LOITV

8:00pm UK / 3:00pm ET
CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE – Sint Maarten v St Kitts & Nevis
Caribbean – Flow Sports
USA – Paramount+

9:30pm UK / 4:30pm ET
Caribbean – Flow Sports

10:00pm UK / 5:00pm ET
CONCACAF NATIONS LEAGUE – Dominica v British Virgin Islands
Caribbean – Flow Sports
USA – Paramount+

11:00pm UK / 6:00pm ET
Caribbean – Flow Sports
USA – Paramount+

12/10/2023 Football Gossip & News

  • Barcelona’s Interest in Jorginho: Barcelona is considering a transfer for Jorginho, a 31-year-old midfielder from Arsenal and Italy.
  • Harry Maguire’s Ultimatum: The 30-year-old England defender may exit Manchester United if he doesn’t get consistent first-team opportunities under Erik ten Hag.
  • Real Madrid’s Big Moves: Contracts for Eduardo Camavinga (20, France) and Federico Valverde (25, Uruguay) have been extended until 2028, featuring £1 billion release clauses.
  • Jesse Lingard’s New Opportunity: The 30-year-old England forward scored in a friendly for Al-Ettifaq, managed by Steven Gerrard, boosting his chances for a move to the Saudi Arabian club.
  • Chelsea’s Transfer Targets: Victor Osimhen, a 24-year-old forward from Napoli and Nigeria, is now on Chelsea’s radar for January transfers.
  • Xabi Alonso’s Career Clause: The 41-year-old Spanish boss of Bayer Leverkusen has a contract clause allowing him to manage his former clubs—Liverpool, Real Madrid, or Bayern Munich—starting next summer.
  • Interest in Serhou Guirassy: The 27-year-old Stuttgart and Guinea forward, currently the Bundesliga’s leading scorer, is drawing attention from West Ham, Brighton, Crystal Palace, and Bournemouth.
  • Manchester United’s Contract Plans: The club intends to extend contracts for Aaron Wan-Bissaka (25, England) and Victor Lindelof (29, Sweden), but is still deliberating on Anthony Martial (27, France).
  • Antonio Conte’s Decision: The former Tottenham boss has declined an offer to manage Napoli, opting to wait for other opportunities.
  • Barcelona’s Future Midfield: The club is keeping an eye on several young talents, including Porto’s Alan Varela (22, Argentina) and Bayer Leverkusen’s Florian Wirtz (20, Germany).
  • Arsenal’s Young Target: The club is interested in Arthur Vermeeren, an 18-year-old midfielder valued at around £15m.
  • Christophe Galtier’s Next Move: The 57-year-old former Paris-St Germain boss is nearing a deal to manage Qatari side Al-Duhail.

Thursday’s gossip: Jorginho, Osimhem, Maguire, Camavinga, Lingard, Alonso, Martial, Conte – BBC Sport

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