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Carabao Cup Fourth Round draw: Liverpool could face Arsenal
Jose Mourinho could come face to face with his former club Chelsea after the draw for the fourth round of the Carabao Cup was made on Thursday. The draw was made prior to next week's third-round ties in order to give clubs and broadcasters maximum time to prepare for the fixtures, which will take place in the week beginning September 28.Mourinho's Tottenham will face Frank Lampard's men provided the two Premier League clubs see off Leyton Orient and Barnsley respectively in their third-round ties next week.
The good souls of Tottenham.
Leyton Orient was preparing to welcome José Mourinho's men on Tuesday in the third round of the Carabao Cup, but the party did not take place.club. Spurs fans, however, have found a way to support their opponent, already weakened by the economic context, by rushing to their shop.
This Wednesday, the League Two club said on Twitter that they have recorded more than 20,000 pounds in sales since Tuesday morning, not failing to thank Tottenham supporters for their generosity. The club also offers the possibility of donating swimsuits to associations working for children - the shipping costs are also donated to the Justin Edinburgh 3 Fundation, which works for better care for victims of cardiac arrest.
EFL welcomes 1,000 football fans back into eight stadiums this weekend
Fans returned to a competitive league match for the first time since the coronavirus pandemic on Saturday with Carlisle's clash against Southend the first match to welcome supporters.Earlier this week, the English Football League (EFL) picked nine matches over the course of the weekend to allow 1,000 fans in as part of the UK's 'return of fans' pilot programme, including Norwich City and Middlesbrough in the Championship.
The club shop has done over £ 20k of sales since yesterday morning! No words for your generosity, Spurs fans You can still donate a child’s kit to our charity partners - read more below.- Leyton Orient (@leytonorientfc)
Fair play .
Torino 'still battling Atletico Madrid for Lucas Torreira's signature' .
Lucas Torreira has fallen out of favour at the Emirates under manager Mikel Arteta and he could be on his way out this summer in order to raise vital transfer funds. And according to Sport Italia and Calciomercato, Serie A outfit Torino are still very much in the hunt for the Uruguayan despite Atletico currently winning the race for his signature. © Provided by Daily Mail Lucas Torreira has fallen out of favour at Arsenal under Mikel Arteta and may be on his way out It has also been reported that Torino directors are currently in London to negotiate a deal with Arsenal.