EXCELLENT MORNING FOOTBALL FANS,
Boris Johnson has actually offered up Britain’s stadiums for the whole European Championships as the UK’s vaccine roll-out surges ahead of the continent– and he can’t wait to raise a pint to the possibility.
The football competition’s semi-finals and last are already pencilled in for Wembley in July however momentary teetotaller Mr Johnson said last night: “Any other matches they want hosted, we are definitely on for that!”
It could kick-start a “gold mine” years of footy, with Chancellor Rishi Sunak set to pump millions into moneying the UK and Ireland’s joint pitch to host the 2030 World Cup in tomorrow’s Budget.
In a special interview with, the Prime Minister stated: “We are really, very keen to bring football home in 2030. I do think it’s the ideal place.
” It’s the home of football, it’s the correct time. It will be a definitely fantastic thing for the nation.”
Meanwhile, Luke Shaw will NOT deal with any FA action for claiming referee Stuart Attwell refused to offer Manchester United a penalty due to the fact that of the response it would cause.
But there is no tip of any concerns as far as the FA is worried over what Attwell in fact said to United skipper Harry Maguire.
He stated: “The ref even said to H, if it’s a pen it’s going to cause a great deal of talk after. So I do not understand what occurred there.”
Scrambling United backtracked in the future Sunday, suggesting that Shaw had actually misheard Maguire in what appeared a desperate effort to prevent a likely ban.
FA regulations mention that remarks about authorities that “suggest predisposition or attack their stability” lay a gamer open up to a misbehavior charge under Rule E3 (1 ).
Somewhere else, Chelsea are supposedly facing transfer interest in Tammy Abraham from a variety of Premier League clubs.
The Telegraph claims doubts are emerging over the striker’s Stamford Bridge future after he was axed from Sunday’s matchday team against Manchester United.
And lastly, Gareth Bale’s long-awaited recover is being commemorated as much in Spain as it is at Spurs.
The Welsh superstar rolled back the years as he assisted Tottenham batter Burnley 4-0 on Sunday.
The Spanish giants hope it will convince Tottenham to extend Bale’s stay for the final year of his contract next term.
And fortunately for them is the North Londoners will look at taking him on loan again for next season if he continues to impress in between now and the summer.
That will have Bernabeu employers rejoicing as they are desperate to get the ₤ 650,000-a-week Welshman, 31, off their wage expense.