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United will turn to Ten Hag if they CANNOT seal a deal for Pochettino
EXCLUSIVE BY SAMI MOKBEL AND CHRIS WHEELER: Erik ten Hag is the alternative target for Man Utd if No 1 choice, Mauricio Pochettino, does not become the club's new manager next summer.Pochettino is the favourite to take over from interim boss Ralf Rangnick in June, providing the Argentine can cut short his contract with Paris Saint-Germain.
up to five outskirts per team and game should be permanently possible in the future in the future of the football regulators.
At the meeting of the International Football Association Board (IFAB), a corresponding recommendation was submitted, which on the Annual General Meeting on 4/5. March 2022 in Zurich should be adopted. The number of times when changing is possible should remain limited. Thus, no more than three changes should still be allowed within a halftime.
The currently temporary restricted regulation with five instead of three changes per team in the regular season had decided the Ifab in May 2020. This should be reacted on the tightly crowded calendar with a view to the well-being of players. Decisive for the application of the rule were the respective associations, in the Bundesliga she had been taken directly to the new beginning after the Corona pause. Last May, the IFAB had allowed five possible outlays until 31 December 2022.
The proposal to extend the half-time break of 15 to 25 minutes should not be pursued further. Several members expressed concerns, among other things due to the possible negative influence on the well-being of the players after a longer break.
We're a microcosm of the Arsenal family - Gay Gooners .
Saturday's Rainbow Laces fixture is a vital day of visibility for Gay Gooners, says the co-chair of Arsenal's official LGBTQ+ supporters group. Gay Gooners was established back in February 2013 as the first group affiliated to an English club for lesbian, gay, bi and trans people. © Getty Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and other Premier League captains wore rainbow armbands during last year's Rainbow Laces activation Over 50 such groups now exist across the UK, with Gay Gooners remaining the largest with around 1,000 members.