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26/03/2023 Football

26/03/2023 Football – Plenty of games are being played today. In the Euro 2024 Qualifiers, England takes on Ukraine and Northern Ireland plays Finland.

  • Luke Shaw received a red card in Italy on Friday night and is suspended, while Jude Bellingham’s availability is uncertain.
  • In Shaw’s absence, Ben Chilwell is expected to play as the left-back in the upcoming game.
  • Jordan Henderson is likely to start the game and join Declan Rice and Kalvin Phillips in the middle of the park.
  • Reece James and Phil Foden may also feature in the game due to the short turnaround between games.
  • The health status of Andrii Yarmolenko is yet to be determined, but Illia Zabarnyi, the Bournemouth centre-back, is absent.
  • Roman Yaremchuk is expected to lead the line for Ukraine in the upcoming game at Wembley.


Michael O’Neill, the manager of the Northern Ireland national football team, has said that he will not let personal emotion affect his focus on the team’s upcoming Euro 2024 qualifier against Finland. O’Neill, who led Northern Ireland to the Euro 2016 finals during his first tenure as manager, was reappointed to the role in December 2021. Ahead of the match, O’Neill called on fans to focus on supporting the team rather than him personally. Northern Ireland won their opening qualifier against San Marino 2-0 and O’Neill has a fully-fit squad for the Finland match.

O’Neill has a strong record at Windsor Park in Belfast, which was a major factor in Northern Ireland’s first-ever qualification for the Euros in 2016. He has called on fans to support the team and help create a positive atmosphere that will benefit the players, especially younger members of the squad. Northern Ireland will need to beat teams close to them in the world rankings if they are to have a chance of qualifying from Group F, and O’Neill is expecting a difficult match against Finland, who came within eight minutes of earning a draw away to top seeds Denmark on Thursday.


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26/03/2023 Football Gossip & News

  • Manchester United is reportedly interested in signing Brighton’s 18-year-old Republic of Ireland international striker Evan Ferguson. However, previously, Aleksandar Mitrovic had been a target for the club, but his red card at Old Trafford may have changed the situation.
  • Manchester City is reportedly planning to offer Norway striker Erling Haaland a new contract worth £500,000 per week to keep him away from Real Madrid.
  • Leeds United is interested in re-signing midfielder Kalvin Phillips, despite only joining Manchester City last year.
  • Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse could join Tottenham if the Saints get relegated.

Regarding the club managers, Tottenham Hotspur may want Brighton’s manager Roberto de Zerbi to replace Antonio Conte, but he is not allowed to leave. Also, Tottenham did not hold any talks with German Thomas Tuchel before he was appointed as the manager of Bayern Munich.

In addition, Arsenal and other clubs are interested in Southampton’s 19-year-old Belgian midfielder Romeo Lavia. Inter Milan is keeping tabs on Chelsea’s Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang. Luka Modric, however, is not planning to move to a Saudi Arabian club, as he wants to retire at Real Madrid. Tottenham is also interested in Sporting Lisbon midfielder Manuel Ugarte, with Leeds also scouting him. Finally, several clubs, including West Ham, Brentford, Crystal Palace, Everton, Leeds, and Leicester, are monitoring Coventry and Sweden striker Viktor Gyokeres, who is valued at around £20m.

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