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Q: 2020/2021 Where will we finish up this season?
a. Top Four, Champions League here we come
b. 5th-7th Europa League is well within our grasp
c. 8th to 14th anywhere in mid table is about right
d. We're in a dog fight before a ball has been kicked and we'll do well to finish 17th or just above
e. GSB have derailed our season before a ball has been kicked, the Championship beckons

Alan 10:39 Wed Nov 4
Wednesday newspapers (includes West Ham)

Borussia Dortmund's Norway striker Erling Braut Haaland, 20, has been backed to join Liverpool instead of Manchester United by RB Salzburg's sporting director Christoph Freund. Haaland joined Dortmund from Salzburg earlier this year. (Sky90 via Star)

Tottenham owner Joe Lewis has given the green light for South Korea forward Son Heung-min, 28, to be handed a contract worth £200,000 a week, plus performance-related bonuses. (Football Insider)

Liverpool could lose forward Mohamed Salah, 28, to Egypt duty for two different tournaments next season after the country's under-23 coach again confirmed his wish to pick him for the Olympics. (Ahram Online via Mirror)

Manchester United have been urged to be active in the January transfer window by former goalkeeper Peter Schmeichel, following their Premier League disappointments. (Bein Sports via Manchester Evening News)

West Ham are close to agreeing a deal for Danish centre back Frederik Alves Ibsen, 20, to join from Silkeborg in January. (Mail)

The release clause in the contract of Barcelona's Spanish 17-year-old attacking midfielder Pedri has been set at 400m euros (£360m). (Goal)

Inter Milan manager Antonio Conte is unhappy with 28-year-old midfielder Christian Eriksen, and he could sell the Dane to Paris St-Germain. (La Gazzetta dello Sport, via Mail)

Manchester United target David Brooks, 23, is desperate to play in the Premier League, but the Welshman says he would like to return "hopefully with Bournemouth". (Echo, via Sun)

Cruz Azul's Mexican winger Orbelin Pineda, 24, has been tracked by Arsenal, Tottenham, Wolves, Everton, Southampton, Newcastle and West Ham. (90min)

Watford boss Vladimir Ivic has expressed his frustration at the lack of development in signing a new left-back. (Hertfordshire Mercury)

Chelsea's former Ghana midfielder Michael Essien never envisaged former team-mate and Blues boss Frank Lampard would go into management. (Talksport)

Everton manager Carlo Ancelotti has told Turkish striker Cenk Tosun, 29, he will be used in "some games" this season after making his first appearance in more than 11 months against Newcastle last weekend. (Liverpool Echo)


Misery continues for Anderson

Felipe Anderson’s misery continues after he was left out of FC Porto’s matchday squad tonight.

He has only played 52 minutes of football in the five matches at which he has been on loan at Porto.

He came on a 59th minutes substitute with former Hammer Toni Martinez against Sports Lisbon on 17th October in a 2-2 draw for his 31-minute debut.

He also came on as a 72nd-minute substitute against Pacos Ferreira in a 3-2 loss on 30th October playing a further 18 minutes for Porto.

However, there was no room for Anderson in Porto’s 23 man match squad in the Champions League against Marseille tonight.

Porto manager Sergio Conceicao has suggested that Felipe Anderson must work harder, when speaking to DESPORTO AO MINUTO, as the West Ham loanee continues to struggle in Portugal

The head coach told reporters “Felipe knows that in order to return to having brilliant moments as he had [so far in his career], it is necessary to work hard. Anything he does now [at Porto] can have great positive results in the future. And everything that has already happened [in his career] no longer matters, it stays in the bank. The important thing is what he will do at FC Porto.”

Anderson agreed a season loan with Porto with the Portuguese side paying his £100,00o plus per week wages and a significant loan fee.

Mobile network operator EE has equipped the London Stadium with high-density 5G coverage despite no supporters being present.

The news was confirmed by Stadium owners in the Cheif Executives to the LLDC report in October.

5G is around 10 times faster than 4G. It’s designed to work at average speeds of 150-200Mbps, and peak speeds can reach above 1Gbps.

Last year the London Stadium delivered the fastest free stadium Wi-Fi in the UK following a tie-up with O2 Business and Cisco.

The London Stadium Wi-Fi network delivers high-speed internet to every seat allowing users on any network to remain connected throughout every match day.

As part of a major improvement project, London Stadium’s original fibre backbone infrastructure from London 2012 was enhanced with new high-speed data cabling. Designed, installed and tested by O2 Business, the new Wi-Fi access points use similar technology to that in use at The O2 Arena, Twickenham Stadium and the Coca-Cola London Eye.

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Texas Iron 6:23 Thu Nov 5
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Mex Martillo 11:02 Wed Nov 4
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brabrook 3:19 Wed Nov 4

brabrook 3:19 Wed Nov 4
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ted fenton 12:50 Wed Nov 4

ted fenton 12:50 Wed Nov 4
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Thanks Alan 11:21 Wed Nov 4

BRANDED 11:30 Wed Nov 4
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Good we’re getting 5G and fibre upgrades.

Thanks Alan 11:21 Wed Nov 4
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bill green 10:45 Wed Nov

bill green 10:45 Wed Nov 4
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Thanks Alan

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