The countdown to the new season in the English Football League is well underway and excitement will raise once again after the release of the fixtures for the 2019/20 season on Thursday. Grimsby Town and their League Two rivals now know when and where they'll be playing in the new campaign, with the Mariners getting things underway away at Morecambe on August 3. One major talking point for the 2019/20 season is the introduction of Video Assistant Referees in the Premier League, which will be used at every match and every stadium during the course of the campaign. VAR has come under more scrutiny recently, with the system in use at this summer's Women's World Cup proving controversial, particularly in Scotland's dramatic 3-3 draw with Argentina. The technology, although still controversial, will be a significant change for the teams involved in those matches - but will VAR be used in other competitions like the EFL? Here’s everything you need to know. Will the EFL use VAR in … [Read more...] about Will VAR be used in the EFL in 2019/2020?
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If you are a young British footballer of any remote prominence then this is the summer window you have been waiting for. Manchester United now have a preference for young British targets and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer teased the other week they would look to sign players they have not been linked with. Challenge accepted at Sky Sports News HQ. The window only opened on Thursday and Sky have already linked United with a trio of youthful homegrown talents; Daniel James of Swansea, Sean Longstaff of Newcastle and the Fulham flanker Ryan Sessegnon. United were prepared to move for Sessegnon last year had Fulham failed to earn promotion to the Premier League and Sessegnon could look to move this summer following relegation. There is some interest in James, only Sky took said interest and turned it up to 11, indicating a deal was 'close' over a week ago. At the time of writing, James is still a Swansea player. Manchester United latest news Transfers: Manchester United's No.1 summer … [Read more...] about Manchester United are being used in the transfer window again
The Capitals brings you the latest news from across Europe, through on-the-ground reporting by EURACTIV’s media network. You can subscribe to the newsletter here. /// ZAGREB. Michel Barnier, the EU’s Brexit chief negotiator, has said he fully supports Manfred Weber as the European People’s Party (EPP) candidate for the EU Commission presidency but simultaneously wants to be “useful” in the next EU executive. Barnier visited Zagreb on 8 in May and met with Croatian PM Andrei Plenković. They both participated in a dialogue with citizens about the future of Europe. Asked by EURACTIV Croatia’s Tea Trubić about his role in the next EU executive, Barnier nervously said he “wants to be useful in the next European Commission” but that he is “not in the campaign”. It’s not a lie that his name has circulated in Brussels’ circles, especially after his strict EU line in the Brexit negotiations, as Jean-Claude … [Read more...] about Barnier wants to be ‘useful’ in the next EU Commission
Baku, Azerbaijan, April 24 Trend: A review of weapons, military and specialized equipment, which will be used in the “Mustafa Kemal Ataturk - 2019” Azerbaijani-Turkish joint tactical exercises to be held in Azerbaijan from May 1-3, is completed, Trend reports with reference to Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry. Experienced experts informed the military personnel about the rules of operations, usage, combat and other capabilities of the military equipment. The joint exercises that will be held in accordance with the agreement on military cooperation between Azerbaijan and Turkey will involve military personnel, armored vehicles, artillery mounts and mortars, combat and transport helicopters of the Air Force, as well as air defense units and anti-aircraft missile units of the armies of the two countries. Follow Trend on Telegram. Only most interesting and important news … [Read more...] about Military equipment to be used in Azerbaijan-Turkey joint drills reviewed (PHOTO/VIDEO)
The Supreme Court dealt a blow against London-based miner Vedanta Resources yesterday as it ruled a case brought against the firm by Zambian villagers can be heard in the UK. More than 1,800 Zambians allege that toxic waste from a copper mine run by KCM, a subsidiary of Vedanta, damaged land and waterways, destroying their livelihood and impacting health. Read more: Moody's puts Vedanta on downgrade watch after deal which perplexed analysts After a four-year battle the Supreme Court yesterday agreed with villagers’ claims that English courts have jurisdiction in the case. Lawyers said they were unlikely to get justice in the Zambian court system, which lacks the expertise and funding to bring such a case. It is a landmark judgement which could see more firms be tried in the UK for alleged crimes committed abroad. Martyn Day, a lawyer at Leigh Day who represented the claimants, said: “I hope this judgment will send a strong message to other large multinationals that their … [Read more...] about Villagers get victory in Vedanta pollution case as Supreme Court rules their case can be heard in the UK