23/06/2023 Football

23/06/2023 Football – There are no major games taking place today. The EURO UNDER-21 CHAMPIONSHIP continues tomorrow so check back then.

26/06/2023 Football

23/06/2023 Football – Other Football


12:00am UK FRI / 7:00pm ET THU
BRAZILIAN SERIE A – Coritiba v Internacional
USA – Paramount+

12:00am UK FRI / 7:00pm ET THU
BRAZILIAN SERIE A – Cuiaba v Botafogo
USA – Paramount+

12:00am UK FRI / 7:00pm ET THU
BRAZILIAN SERIE A – Vasco de Gama v Goias
USA – Paramount+

1:30am UK FRI / 8:30pm ET THU
BRAZILIAN SERIE A – Bragantino v Flamengo
USA – Paramount+

1:45am UK FRI / 8:45pm ET THU
USA – Paramount+

2:30pm UK / 9:30am ET
UK – LaLiga TV
Hong Kong – Now Sports 2
Indonesia – beIN Sports 1
Malaysia – beIN Sports
South Africa – Supersport LaLiga
Thailand – beIN Sports 1

7:45pm UK / 2:45pm ET
IRISH PREMIER DIVISION – Bohemians v Shamrock Rovers
International – LOITV
Ireland – RTE Two

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

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

7:45pm UK / 2:45pm ET
IRISH PREMIER DIVISION – St Patrick’s v Shelbourne
International – LOITV

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

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

23/06/2023 Football Gossip & News

  • The Saudi Pro League is setting its sights on Liverpool’s Mohamed Salah, 31, following the successful signings of Karim Benzema and N’Golo Kante.
  • Jurgen Klopp, Liverpool’s head coach, won’t be leaving Anfield to take over as Germany’s national team boss, according to his agent.
  • AC Milan is keen on signing Chelsea’s Romelu Lukaku, 30, despite the striker’s recent loan spell with Champions League finalists.
  • Manchester United and Chelsea have reached a compromise over a deal for England’s Mason Mount, 24, who is nearing a £60m move.
  • Arsenal’s Mikel Arteta sees England’s Declan Rice, 24, as a future captain for the club, and a third offer is being prepared to meet West Ham’s demands.
  • Despite interest from Manchester City, Rice is still eager to join Arsenal.
  • Tottenham is leading the race to sign Leicester City’s James Maddison, 26.
  • Bayern Munich is willing to offer a two-year contract to Manchester City’s Kyle Walker, 33.
  • Fulham is the frontrunner to sign Southampton’s James Ward-Prowse, 28, who is open to a move following Southampton’s Premier League relegation.
  • Marco Silva, Fulham’s boss, is contemplating a lucrative offer from Saudi Pro League club Al-Hilal.
  • Borussia Dortmund is considering a £13m move for Manchester United’s Hannibal Mejbri, 20, who spent last season on loan at Birmingham.
  • Dortmund is also interested in Manchester City’s Cole Palmer, 21, as a potential replacement for Jude Bellingham.
  • Brentford, Fulham, West Ham, and Wolves are all vying to sign £25m-rated Swedish striker Viktor Gyokeres, 25, from Coventry City.
  • Manchester United has offered Roma the opportunity to sign Netherlands’ Donny van de Beek, 26.
  • Roma’s Justin Kluivert, 24, is set to undergo a medical with Bournemouth ahead of a £9.5m move.
  • Arsenal’s Thomas Partey, 30, has given the green light for a potential move to Juventus, likely rejecting offers from Saudi Arabia.
  • Real Madrid is keeping an eye on Fenerbahce’s Arda Guler, 18, who is being hailed as the ‘Turkish Messi’.
  • Lionel Messi, 35, has advised Paris-St Germain’s Kylian Mbappe, 24, that he deserves “a real winning project”.


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