SportsThat Daily Football Updates || 05-Dec-2017

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Indian Football Updates:

ISL 2017; ATK star Lyngdoh likely to miss rest of the season: The midfielder limped off during his previous match against Jamshedpur due to knee injury and will likely miss the rest of the season.

I-League; Jeakson Singh, Anwar Ali and Nongdamba Naorem to miss match: Indian Arrows’ star players are set to miss clash against Minerva Punjab as a clause don’t allow players to face against their old club.

“I have a great relationship with Neymar” says Mumbai defender: Mumbai FC defender and former Brazil U-17 captain Gerson Viera says that he has a good relationship with Neymar and also threw some light on Mumbai’s chances in this ISL.

ISL 2017: NorthEast United to pen sponsorship deal ahead of Bengaluru game: With their front sponsor revenue already taken care of from other areas NUFC will look to earn extra revenue from shirt sponsors.

AIFF head of player development gets his Mourinho connection: Richard Hood who is head of player development at AIFF recalled his experience with Jose Mourinho during postgraduate programme that he pursued in University of Lisbon.

Word Football Updates:

Simeone leave Costa at home for Chelsea trip: Diego Simeone has decided that it will better if Diego Costa be left at home for Atletico’s trip to Chelsea.

Valverde not looking to market, expects Mascherano stay: Ernesto Valverde is not committed to enter transfer market in January despite short reserves in defence department.

Liverpool vs Everton the pick of third round draw in FA Cup: City are at home To Burnley while holders Arsenal travel to Nottingham Forest and Chelsea face Norwich City.

Michael Oliver to referee Manchester Derby: Oliver who was criticised by Jose Mourinho in last year’s quarterfinal against Chelsea after he sent off Herrera will referee the Manchester derby.

Bayern vengeance against PSG will send a message in Europe says Coman: Bayern winger Coman believes that vengeance of their 3-0 defeat to PSG will send a message in Europe that Bayern should not be taken lightly.

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