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Except for the rest of January, Sean was injured

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Heung Min Sean sustained a muscle injury in the League Cup game with Chelsea and will be out for the rest of January. He loses important Tottenham games for the Premier League, but also the repetition with the “Blues”.

The defeat by Chelsea for the first semi-final of the English League Cup caused further problems at Tottenham as Heung Min Sean sustained a muscle injury, Antonio Conte revealed.

Time may seem short, but the Korean midfielder is set to miss out on many key Spurs games in January. Specifically, he will be missing in the repetition with the “Blues” from the North London derby with Arsenal, but also the away game against Leicester.

Antonio Conte wanted to spare Harry Kane against Mourcamp, but the new data could prevent him from sparing his team leader.

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Son on Conte: ‘I should have shown more, I feel responsible that he left’

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Heung Min Son took some responsibility in his comments in his home country on the sacking of Antonio Conte at Tottenham, stressing he should show more on the field.

Tottenham’s South Korean star Heung Min Son made statements following South Korea’s friendly against Uruguay, focusing on completing the partnership between Antonio Conte and the Londoners.

The left-footed player, 30, stressed that he also feels responsible for his departure as he would need to do better in the performance department for the Italian to remain in the team’s technical lead.

In detail what Sean said about Antonio Conte: I’m so sorry. He’s a world class coach, we’ve had a great journey together, thank you. I don’t know what other players think about it, but I feel sorry for him.

I should have shown more but I couldn’t. I couldn’t help the team and feel responsible for him leaving the team.

He certainly has a wonderful ability and experience as a manager and I am sure he will be successful in his new team. After my return to Tottenham, I want to end the rest of the season in a great way with my team-mates in our squad“.

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Uproar with the photo that shows Haaland driving while holding a cell phone

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Erling Haaland is likely to be in trouble with the law after a photo was released showing Manchester City driving forward using a mobile phone.

Erling Haaland sweeps the field in all competitions with his performances for Manchester City, but off the field he appears to have been caught… offside. Proof is his photo, which has been appearing on social media for a few hours, of the Norwegian driving his car with a cell phone in his hand.

The relevant document was published by The Sun, which says Holland was “caught in the act” cruising around the city in his very expensive Rolls Royce (worth €340,000 please).


The incident came in the early days of March, just after his incredible crescendo against Leipzig (he scored five goals in the two teams’ knockout match for the ’16’ of the Champions League), when the Norwegian faced a six-point penalty penalty in a special penalty system in force in the UK and a fine of 230 euros.


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Chelsea: 138 million euros “hole” in the 2022 balance sheet leads to the sale of top players

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Chelsea ended the 2021-2022 financial year with a €138,100,000 hole leading them to sell players before the end of this season!

Chelsea have released their financial statements for the 2021-2022 financial year, which include the sale to the consortium led by Todd Boley.

The results aren’t ideal as she recorded a loss of €138,100,000 by June 30, that is to say excluding summer 2022 transfer costs.

The Blues argued that “extraordinary expenses and lost revenue” due to the UK government’s two-month sanctions against Roman Abramovich caused this “hole” in the balance sheet.

Revenue rose to 547,900,000 from 495,000,000 after coronavirus restrictions were lifted and people returned to Stamford Bridge. Ticket and commercial revenues increased while the club’s television revenues fell due to the club’s worst showing in the Champions League.

An increase was also noted in the club’s expenses, mainly due to increased expenses due to increased salary costs, but also Antonio Conte’s compensation, resulting in a negative balance.

In terms of transfers, the sales of Kurt Zouma, Mark Gay and Tammy Abraham helped the Londoners to a £5,900,000 profit but they won’t rest.

Selling or punishing players

In the financial year 2020-2021 the club recorded losses in the region of 174,600,000 and combined with last year’s loss this has accumulated a worrying amount in terms of financial fair play compliance.

Things get even worse this year, when Chelsea have spent 611,490,000 on signings across the two transfer windows and raised just 67,830,000 from sales.

Although billing for 2022-2023 is in proportion to the contract length of each acquired player rather than the total cost, Chelsea are expected to report a loss in the hundreds of millions for the third straight season.

Financial fair play obliges him to proceed with many footballer sales this summer and in fact these transactions should be officially completed before July 1st for them to be included in the 2022-2023 balance sheet.

Of the 32 players on the squad they will finish the season with (not counting loanees), Chelsea are being forced to sell even key players like Mason Mount and Conor Gallagher, according to the Times.

Source: sport 24

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