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Varane has been absent from Manchester United for several weeks outside of the Arsenal match

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Varane has been absent from Manchester United for several weeks outside of the Arsenal match

Raphael Varane will be out of the Manchester United squad for weeks with an injury as the squad’s injury crisis worsens as they prepare to face Arsenal next Sunday.

Manchester United, coached by coach Erik ten Hoag, will face Arsenal in their last match before the international break on Sunday and will be without many of their key players.

Luke Shaw and Mason Mount both suffered injuries in the first week of the season, while newcomer Rasmus Hoyland is yet to make his first team appearance due to a back problem, British news agency PA Media explained.

With Tyrell Malaysia, Amad Diallo, Kobe Manu and Tom Heaton missing from the start of the season, Varane has now joined the injured list and will be out for some time.

Manchester United said in a statement on its official website on Wednesday: “Raphael Varane will miss Manchester United’s match against Manchester United in the English Premier League on Sunday due to injury.”

He added: “The French international came off in the first half during our 3-2 win over Nottingham Forest at Old Trafford on Saturday, an injury which is expected to keep him out for a few weeks.”

According to British news agency PA Media, Manchester United expect Varane to return in less than six weeks, the time frame expected by the media.
Varane has dealt with a number of injury problems since joining Manchester United in 2021 and will no doubt use the upcoming international break to work on his recovery.

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After a difficult birth in the face of eternity…Al-Ittihad fans celebrate, mocking Al-Hilal!

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After a difficult birth in the face of eternity…Al-Ittihad fans celebrate, mocking Al-Hilal!

A hard-fought win against Al-Quluth did not stop Al-Ittihad fans from “clogging” Al-Hilal.

Al-Ittihad fans celebrated their team’s passage to the round of 16 of the Guardian of the Two Holy Mosques Cup in style with their usual “crackling”, but this time the jeering extended to Al-Hilal.

Al-Ameet struggled through to the round of 16 against Al-Kuluth, beating them 7-6 in a penalty shootout after normal time, and the two extra halves ended in a draw with one goal each.

Qualified by the skill of Abdullah al-Mayub. The Tigers goalkeeper successfully saved four of the ten penalties he faced.

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To celebrate him, the audience in the arena chanted his famous chant “Sabo, why?” as Al-Ittihadists mocked Al-Nassr for his boycott of Moroccan striker Abdel Razzak Hamdalla. They chanted. Adopted in the future against al-Hilal and al-Mayuf.

It is noteworthy that “Rai Al-Marouf” left Al-Jaiem at Mercato last summer and moved to Al-Jedawi Club after Al-Azmi club signed Moroccan goalkeeper Yassin Bounou as their main goalkeeper.

Al-Mouf, however, sits as a reserve with Al-Ittihad in the Roshen League and Portuguese coach Nuno Santo has relied on him as a starter in the AFC Champions League’s first-round group stage match against Uzbekistan’s Olmalik. Tonight is the King’s Cup match.

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A secret recording exposes a sports official and gets him fired

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A secret recording exposes a sports official and gets him fired

In an undercover recording inside Wimbledon Football Club, managing director Danny McLean made obscene remarks towards his colleague, ticket manager Rebecca Markham. I will kill her.”

British newspaper The Times said the recording device was placed in McLean’s office by Matthew Wells, a former British soldier who worked part-time as a security officer at the club.

When the device was dropped, McClain was revealed to have said: “I want to throw her – Markham – through a damn window … I don’t want to kill someone, but I want to kill her … I hate her, that damn bastard.”

The record found widespread repercussions in Britain, and the sports community there condemned the club official’s stance. An official statement from Wimbledon Football Club immediately responded to the allegations: “Wimbledon Football Club is a responsible, comprehensive, modern and fan-owned club. It takes its commitment to operate…” Leading by example and right, as well as taking care of staff and fans is very serious.”

The statement added: “This type of allegation cannot be tolerated, cannot be accepted and does not represent the culture of Wimbledon Club. Once we became aware of this matter, we acted appropriately in accordance with our responsibilities and values. The crisis is immediate.”

Managing director Danny McLean was sacked for insulting a colleague.

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Zamalek collide with wall of Arab contractors at critical moment… “Al-Abyad” demands rematch

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Zamalek collide with wall of Arab contractors at critical moment… “Al-Abyad” demands rematch

After snatching a draw from the fangs of its host “Al-Abyad” at the Cairo Stadium (1-1) in the second round, the Arab contractors gave Zamalek a strong shock. Egyptian League.

Zamalek took the lead through Youssef Ibrahim “Obama” in the 83rd minute, and Mogabloon’s Ahmed Ala equalized in the ninth minute of stoppage time.

The match was marred by widespread refereeing controversy after a Mogabloon defender disallowed a goal by Mostafa Shalabi that was deflected with his hand and referee Amin Omar refused to award a penalty kick to Zamalek after a shot by Mohamed Ashraf (Ruqa). .

Egyptian website Welcol revealed that Zamalek had submitted a request to the Football Association and the Egyptian Professional Clubs Association to replay their match against Arab contractors.

He added: Zamalek protested against match referee Amin Omar through an official letter to the Football Association and the Club Association, according to Zamalek Football Director Abdel Wahid Al-Sayed.

The letter contained 3 requests from Zamalek, which were to review the Arab Contractors competition according to the rules, and the errors in the application of the law and the impact of the refereeing errors on the end of the competition, and the second request to refer the referee Amin Omar to an investigation, and finally not to assign any other Zamalek competition to referee Amin Omar.

Abdul Wahed Al-Sayed said: “I am filing a protest against Amin Omar because of his conversation with the video technical referee regarding the penalty kick that was not awarded to the team, and we will attach the recording of this incident to the protest. .”

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He continued: “The referee gave Zamalek players six yellow cards in the match and deliberately intimidated the players. He also counted more stoppage time than was announced at the end of the match.”

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