It is officially the week of Christmas and we are keeping an eye on the latest football news, reacting to yesterday's action and previewing this week's Carabao Cup quarter-finals. Also there is likely to be an update on the Premier League after six games were cancelled this weekend.
This could have terrible consequences later in the year but the TV deals have won again.
Don't know when football will shutdown again so lets make the most of it while we have it!
The only way he could go from Everton to Newcastle would be the financial pull surely? Stiff competition in Paul Dummett and Matt Ritchie mind you...
It hasn't been the earth-shaking move we thought it would be when the young Dutch international left Ajax two years ago but you can't blame him for looking to move on in his career.
Hopefully he can stay fit and complete many more matches in the coming months.
- Club Brugge (2019)
- Leganes (2019)
- Real Betis (2019)
- Real Sociedad (2019)
- Cadiz (2021)
Henry Winter of The Times believes that Premier League football will be going behind closed doors.
Just in case you want to hear more about Harry Kane's red card tackle...
It was inevitable that this tweet would arrive!
Remarkable it takes big organisations this long, but the gender pay gap no longer exists in UEFA and is now recognised for achieving it.
cinch Premiership side Hibernian have appointed Shaun Maloney as their new head coach. The FA Cup winner has had quite the life, spending the first few years of his life in Malaysia as well as growing up playing Tennis against Andy Murray.
SETTPACE has just released this Nike x Nigeria concept kit, and we're in love with it. Can just see Kelechi Iheanacho running the AFCON in this beauty...
An incredible run of results means that Arsenal and Spurs are still yet to win on the same weekend or midweek.
Simon Stone of the BBC confirms that Spurs have been kicked out of the UEFA Europa Conference League after being unable to play Rennes, giving the French side a 3-0 win by default.
Depending on who you ask, it was deemed that there were around 4-6 key moments in the Spurs-Liverpool match yesterday with VAR only getting properly involved in one of them, when Andy Robertson was sent off, leaving Jurgen Klopp feeling aggrieved. The Sky pundits have a further conversation about it:
Stick with us throughout the day as more news comes in from the world of football. Also check out our reviews of yesterday's games below: