Daily news roundups

Daily news roundup

The US and El Salvador are in talks about a possible friendly to take place on February 24th.

West Ham have been found guilty of crowd violence during their Carling Cup match against Milwall in August. Milwall was cleared. Sanctions will be announced by the FA on Friday.

Everton to sell Australian international defender Lucas Neill to Galatasaray.

Every Manchester United fan’s favorite Americans, the Glazers, may sell the club’s training grounds to themselves and then lease them back to the club. This following revelations earlier this week that the Glazers have taken £20m in fees and personal loans from the club. Manchester United’s debt level currently stands at more than £700m.

International friendlies between England and Scotland, the last of which took place in 1984, could soon return. The first international soccer match was between Scotland and England in 1872.


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