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Carrick Steps Down As Man. United Coach(Read Details Here)

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Michael Carrick has decided to step down as First Team Coach and leave the club following the conclusion of his spell as caretaker Manager.

BennievibezBlog learned that John Murtough, Football Director, in a statement on United’swebsite said: “Michael leaves with the sincerest thanks and best wishes of everyone at Manchester United after 15 years of exceptional service to the club as a player and as a coach. While we are sad to see him go, we respect and understand Michael’s decision.

“He will always be known as one of the finest midfielders in the history of Manchester United, and, more recently, as an excellent coach who has worked tirelessly under two managers to help develop the strong squad which Ralf will now take charge of.

“We are grateful for the steady leadership Michael has shown through this period of managerial transition, and, while he is now stepping away from day-to-day involvement, he will always be welcome back as a legend of the club.”

Carrick Steps Down As Man. United Coach(Read Details Here)

Carrick said: “My time at this great club will always rank as the best years of my career. When I first signed over 15 years ago, I never in my wildest dreams could have imagined winning so many trophies and I will certainly never forget the fantastic memories both as a player and as a member of the coaching team.

“However, after a lot of thought and deliberation, I have decided that now is the right time for me to leave the club. I want to place on record my thanks to all of the players and a special mention goes to the backroom staff, working long hours with such a great group of people has been a real pleasure and I have made some long-lasting friendships.”

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He added that: “I am, and will always be, a Manchester United fan and will come to as many matches as possible. I would like to wish Ralf, the staff, the players and the fans all the best for the future and I look forward to being in the stands and supporting the boys as a fan.”

Bennievibez recalls that Michael played 464 games for Manchester United between 2006 and 2018, winning five Premier League titles, the FA Cup, two League Cups, the UEFA Champions League, the UEFA Europa League, and the FIFA Club World Cup.

He joined the First Team coaching staff when he retired in 2018 and served under Jose Mourinho and Ole Gunnar Solskjaer.

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Live Stream: Manchester United vs West Ham ##MUFC | #MUNWHU

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Manchester United welcomes West Ham to Old Trafford on Saturday afternoon.

United expected to compete for the Premier League title this season, but that challenge never began and they are now fighting to secure a top-four finish for Champions League football, something which David Moyes’ West Ham are also hoping to achieve.

The Reds beat Brentford 3-1 on Wednesday night after an inspired second-half performance in London. That was United’s first league win of 2022 and it offered some much-needed respite after a string of poor results against Aston Villa and Wolves.

United now sits on 35 points in the table, which means they’re two points behind fourth-placed West Ham with a game in hand.

West Ham is enjoying another strong season, but they head into this fixture on the back of a 3-2 defeat against Leeds.

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Week 29 Pool Result 2022 For Sat 22 Jan 2022 – Pool Agent

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Week 29 pool result 2022 for Sat 22 Jan 2022 from pool agent can be accessed below.

Bennievibezreports that the pool fixtures are for forty-nine (49) football matches for UK football 2021 from pool agent.

Week Number: 29 Season: UK 2021/2022 Match Date: 22-January-2022.

We publish Football Pools Results upon full-time (FT) confirmation. Pools panel results are published at half-time (HT) by an association known as the Football Pools Panel.

Please note the following indications;

  • N.SD – No Score Draw
  • SD – Score Draw
  • Home – Home Win
  • Away – Away Win
  • EKO – Early Kick-off 
  • LKO – Late Kick-off 
  • PP – Panel

Below are the classified pool fixtures, classified pool result, week 29 pool fixtures 2022, week 29 pool result 2022, football pool result today and all pool result from pool agent.

Week: 29 – Season: UK 2021/2022 – Date: 22-January-2022
Pool ResultHTFTStatus
1ArsenalBurnley-:--:-Sunday
2BrentfordWolves-:--:-Saturday
3ChelseaTottenham-:--:-Sunday
4Crystal P.Liverpool-:--:-Sunday
5LeedsNewcastle-:--:-Saturday
6LeicesterBrighton-:--:-Sunday
7Man Utd.West Ham-:--:-Saturday
8SouthamptonMan City-:--:-LKO
9BirminghamBarnsley-:--:-Saturday
10BlackpoolMillwall-:--:-Saturday
11BournemouthHull-:--:-Saturday
12CoventryQ.P.R.-:--:-Saturday
13ReadingHuddersfield-:--:-Saturday
14Sheff Utd.Luton-:--:-Saturday
15StokeFulham-:--:-Saturday
16SwanseaPreston-:--:-Saturday
17West BromPeterboro-:--:-Saturday
18Burton A.Wimbledon-:--:-Saturday
19Cambridge U.Crewe-:--:-Saturday
20CharltonFleetwood-:--:-Saturday
21IpswichAccrington-:--:-Saturday
22Milton K.D.Doncaster-:--:-Saturday
23MorecambeWycombe-:--:-Saturday
24OxfordSheff Wed.-:--:-Saturday
25PlymouthLincoln-:--:-Saturday
26RotherhamCheltenham-:--:-Saturday
27ShrewsburyBolton-:--:-Saturday
28SunderlandPortsmouth-:--:-Saturday
29WiganGillingham-:--:-Saturday
30BarrowMansfield-:--:-Saturday
31CrawleyTranmere-:--:-Saturday
32Forest G.Carlisle-:--:-Saturday
33HarrogateOldham-:--:-Saturday
34HartlepoolStevenage-:--:-Saturday
35Leyton O.Port Vale-:--:-Saturday
36RochdaleBradford C.-:--:-Saturday
37Salford C.Colchester-:--:-Saturday
38ScunthorpeNewport Co.-:--:-Saturday
39Sutton Utd.Northampton-:--:-Saturday
40WalsallExeter-:--:-Saturday
41AberdeenEdinburgh C.-:--:-Saturday
42AlloaCeltic-:--:-LKO
43Ayr Utd.St Mirren-:--:-Saturday
44DumbartonDundee-:--:-Saturday
45KilmarnockDundee Utd.-:--:-Saturday
46LivingstonRoss County-:--:-Saturday
47MotherwellMorton-:--:-Saturday
48PartickAirdrie-:--:-Saturday
49PeterheadE. Kilbride-:--:-Saturday

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#AFCON2021: Watch Live Stream Malawi 🇲🇼 v 🇸🇳 Senegal

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#AVLMUN #Mufc Watch Aston Villa vs Manchester United live streaming

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Manchester United interim manager Ralf Rangnick has averred Cristiano Ronaldo, Harry Maguire, Jadon Sancho and Phil Jones could be available for their Premier League fixture against Aston Villa on Saturday.

He said on Friday morning: “I think they will be available. They only trained yesterday for the first time, Cristiano yesterday, Harry I think the day before yesterday. So as a team, we have to wait for the final training session this afternoon, but right now they should be available for tomorrow.”

Luke Shaw and Scott McTominay are suspended for the Villa rematch, while Paul Pogba (thigh) remains sidelined. Eric Bailly and Hannibal Mejbri are at the Africa Cup of Nations.

Aston Villa new signings Philippe Coutinho and Lucas Digne are in contention to face Manchester United.

Barcelona loanee Coutinho is likely to be on Villa’s bench due to a lack of match fitness, while Digne, who has signed from Everton, could replace Matt Targett at left-back.

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John McGinn is banned, Marvelous Nakamba and Leon Bailey are injured, Jaden Philogene-Bidace is rested and Trezeguet is on international duty with Egypt.

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Update: Tunisia’s appeal to replay their controversial 1-0 defeat to Mali at AFCON is rejected

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Tunisia’s appeal to replay their controversial 1 – 0 defeat to Mali at the Africa Cup of Nations, has been declined. 

Mali won the opening Group F match 1-0, courtesy of a penalty from Ibrahima Kone, but the match was overshadowed by poor officiating of Zambian referee Janny Sikazwe. 

Sikazwe blew the full-time whistle with just 85 minutes played before renewing play for 4 minutes, only to blow again with just 89 minutes and 43 seconds of the clash gone.

Tunisia, who had an advantage after Mali was diminished to 10 men, was enraged at the early finish and sought a replay to be sanctioned by the Confederation of African Football (CAF).

The tournament’s organizing committee met late on Thursday, January 13, to determine how to proceed and concluded that Mali’s win stands and Tunisia’s request for a replay are unsuccessful.

‘The organizing committee has decided to dismiss the protest lodged by the Tunisian team. To homologate the match result as 1-0 in favor of Mali,’ a statement from CAF read.

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Having been escorted off through a security staff blockade, Sikazwe requested both sets of players to return to the pitch 40 minutes after they had gone off.

Mali coach Mohamed Magassouba‘s post-match press conference was interrupted as it was announced the final three minutes of the game would be played.

About 40 minutes later the Mali players and officials returned to the pitch but the Tunisian players refused as they had reportedly already had their ice baths.

Explaining why his players did not go back out, Tunisia boss Mondher Kebaier said the ‘inexplicable’ refereeing left no option. 

‘It’s a difficult situation to deal with,’ he told reporters. ‘The referee also blew with five minutes left in the first half.

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‘Then he blew after 89 minutes in the second, denying us practically seven or eight minutes of added time.

‘His decision is inexplicable. I can’t understand how he made his decision and we will see what happens now.’

Asked about events after the game in trying to get the players to go back out, Kebaier concluded: ‘He blew for full-time and asked us to go to the dressing room. The players were in their ice baths when asked to come out.

‘In 30 years in this business, I have never seen anything like it.’

It was revealed on Thursday that the referee at the center of the controversial game was suffering from heatstroke and severe dehydration and was taken to hospital after the match, according to the man in charge of officiating at AFCON.  

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AFCON’s head of referees Essam Abdel-Fatah has defended the performance of Sikazwe – who officiated at the 2018 World Cup – by insisting he was suffering from the effects of the 34-degree heat level and 65 percent humidity in Limbe, Cameroon. 

‘The referee sorrowed from heatstroke and very severe dehydration, which led to him losing focus and being taken to the hospital,’ Abdel-Fatah told MBC Egypt’s Al-Laib.

‘It caused him to lose time in the 80th minute, and he ended the match in the 85th minute. He returned after directions from the assistant staff and then returned to finish the match in the 89th minute.

‘When the crisis happened and the objections and control were lost in the match, the fourth referee was the one who was going to complete the match [instead of Sikazwe], but one of the two teams refused.’

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WATCH: #AFCON202: Cameron vs Ethiopia #CAMETH

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