Whatchan Football on TV Thursday

23/05/2024 Football

23/05/2024 Football – There are a few games being played today. In the SPFL there is a game, Raith takes on Ross County on Sky Sports Football.

16:00Denmark U17 v Croatia U17UEFA Under-17 Championship Group StageUEFA.tv
16:00Ukraine U17 v Czech Republic U17UEFA Under-17 Championship Group StageUEFA.tv
18:30Austria U17 v Wales U17UEFA Under-17 Championship Group StageBBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer, UEFA.tv, BBC Sport Website
18:30Cyprus U17 v Serbia U17UEFA Under-17 Championship Group StageUEFA.tv
19:00Al-Hilal v Al-TaiSaudi Pro LeagueDAZN
19:00Al-Ittihad v DamacSaudi Pro LeagueDAZN
19:00Al-Riyadh v Al-NassrSaudi Pro LeagueDAZN
19:30VFL Bochum v Fortuna DusseldorfBundesliga Relegation Play-Off 1st LegSky Sports Mix
19:45NEC Nijmegen v Go Ahead EaglesEredivisie European Play-Off Semi FinalTrillerTV+
19:45Waterford v Drogheda UnitedLeague of Ireland Premier DivisionLOITV
19:45Cagliari v FiorentinaSerie ATNT Sports 2
20:00FC Utrecht v Sparta RotterdamEredivisie European Play-Off Semi FinalTrillerTV+
20:00Raith Rovers v Ross CountyScottish Premiership Play-Off Final 1st LegSky Sports Football
Whatchan Football on TV Thursday
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23/05/2024 Football – Other Football


7:45pm UK / 2:45pm ET
IRISH PREMIER DIVISION – Waterford v Drogheda
International – LOITV
Ireland – Virgin Two

3:00am UK FRI / 10:00pm ET THU
NWSL – Angel City v San Diego
Australia – Optus Sport
Canada – TSN 3 / TSN 5
International – NWSL+
USA – CBS Sports Network

23/05/2024 Football Gossip & News

  • Ipswich Town has proposed a substantial new contract to Kieran McKenna in hopes of retaining him amidst interest from Manchester United, Chelsea, and Brighton.
  • Chelsea is currently negotiating with representatives of 38-year-old McKenna to potentially bring him on as their new manager.
  • Bernardo Silva, the 29-year-old Portuguese midfielder, is available for transfer from Manchester City for no less than £50m.
  • Should Gareth Southgate step down post-Euro 2024, England is considering appointing ex-Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino.
  • Mauricio Pochettino, at 52, is open to discussions with Manchester United should they part ways with current manager Erik ten Hag.
  • Chelsea is swiftly moving to finalize a list of potential replacements for Pochettino, with an appointment expected soon.
  • Leicester City anticipates a possible move from Chelsea for manager Enzo Maresca. Concurrently, Arsenal eyes Feyenoord’s Dutch goalkeeper Justin Bijlow as a replacement for departing Aaron Ramsdale.
  • Tottenham plans to release Brazilian forward Richarlison (27) to make room for Dominic Solanke from Bournemouth.
  • Victor Osimhen, the 25-year-old striker from Napoli and Nigeria, intends to turn down offers from Paris St-Germain and Saudi clubs in favor of a potential transfer to Chelsea.
  • Discussions were held between representatives of Manchester City’s Kevin de Bruyne and San Diego FC, though a move seems unlikely for the 32-year-old Belgian.
  • West Ham is nearing an agreement to sign 28-year-old Brazilian defender Fabricio Bruno from Flamengo.
  • Crystal Palace has secured personal terms with 20-year-old Moroccan and Real Betis defender Chadi Riad in a deal valued up to £14m.
  • Jordan Pickford (30), the England goalkeeper, signals his intention to stay at Everton amid interest from Chelsea.
  • Dougie Freedman, Crystal Palace’s sporting director, has declined an offer from Newcastle United, opting to remain with the Eagles.
  • Benjamin Sesko, a 20-year-old Slovenian forward watched by both Chelsea and Arsenal, will decide his future with RB Leipzig pre-Euros.
  • Newcastle is on the verge of securing Tosin Adarabioyo and Lloyd Kelly, both soon-to-be free agents, while also pursuing Crystal Palace’s sought-after forward Michael Olise.
  • Manchester United is currently unwilling to extend a new contract to Bruno Fernandes, despite his wish to stay and interest from Al-Nassr.

Football gossip: Ipswich fight to keep Kieran McKenna – BBC Sport

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