Tuesday, January 22, 2019

The Week that was (in Football (Soccer)): Review of the top Leagues in Europe-part 41 (Week of January 15-January 21, 2019)-part 2



VII.  Scotland
Diary:

Tuesday, January 15, 2019:
-

Wednesday, January 16, 2019:

-

Thursday, January 17, 2019:

-
Friday, January 18, 2019:

-

Saturday, January 19, 2019:
-

Sunday, January 20, 2019:

-

Monday, January 21, 2019:
-

Transfers
Date
Player
Position
From
To
Type
Online Source
January 15, 2019 
Brad Lyons
Midfielder
Blackburn
St Mirren
Loan
BBC Football
January 15, 2019 
Andy Dales
Winger
Scunthorpe
Dundee
Loan
BBC Football
January 15, 2019 
Chris Erskine
Midfielder
Patrick Thistle
Livingston
Purchase
BBC Football
January 16, 2019 
Malaury Martin
Midfielder
Dunfermline
Hearts
Loan Return
BBC Football
January 16, 2019 
Aidan Keena
Striker
Dunfermline
Hearts
Loan Return
BBC Football
January 16, 2019 
Ian Harkes (USA)
-
DC United
Dundee United
Purchase
Fox Sports
January 17, 2019 
Scott Allan
Midfielder
Celtic
Hibernian
Next Season
Sky Sports
January 17, 2019 
Max Lowe
-
Derby
Aberdeen
Loan
BBC Football
January 17, 2019 
Andrew Nelson
-
Sunderland
Dundee
Puchase
BBC Football
January 18, 2019 
Tony Andreu (France)
Striker
Coventry
Hamilton
Loan
BBC Football
January 18, 2019 
Kyle McAllister
Winger
Derby
St Mirren
Loan
Sky Sports
January 18, 2019 
Greg Stewart
Striker
Birmingham
Aberdeen
Loan
BBC Football
January 19, 2019 
Jack Aichison
Striker
Celtic
Alloa Athletic
Loan
BBC Football
January 19, 2019 
Michael O’Halloran
Winger
Free Agent (formerly Melbourne City)
St Johnstone
Purchase
BBC Football
January 21, 2019 
Stephane Omeonga (Belgium)
Midfielder
Genoa
Hibernian
Loan
Sky Sports


Contract Extensions
Date
Player
Position
Club
Expiration Year
Online Source
January 17, 2019
Scott Tanser
Defender
St Johnstone
2021
BBC Football
January 18, 2019
Ryan Hardie
-
Rangers
2020
BBC Football
January 18, 2019
Anton Ferdinand (England)
Defender
St Mirren
2019
BBC Football

Scottish FA CupCup (January 19-20, 2018):

Saturday, January 19, 2019:
Auchinleck Talbot 1-Ayr 0 (Craig McCracken 78)
Aberdeen 1-Stenhousemuir 1 (Max Lowe 21 / Mark McGuigan 70)
Dundee 1-Queen of the South 1 (Jesse Curran 45 / Stephen Dobbie 28)
East Fife 2-Greenock Morton 1 (Anton Dowds 10, Craig Watson 75 / Robert McHugh 7)
Hibernian 4-Elgin City 0 (Florian Kamberi 21, Daryl Horgan 25, 53, Stephen Maltan 45 pen)
Inverness 4-East Kilbride 0 (Jordan White 6, Aarron Doran 21, Liam Polworth 27, Craig Reid (own goal) 72)
Kilmarnock 2-Forfar 0 (Stuart Findlay 19, Chris Burke 78)
Montrose 0-Dundee United 4 (Pavol Safranko 8, Callum Booth 43, Billy King 81, Ian Harkes 90)
Motherwell 1-Ross County 2 (Jake Hastie 90 / Brian Graham 52, 60)
Patrick Thistle 4-Stranraer 1 (Aidan Fitzpatrick 17, Joe Cardle 50. Steven Saunders 74, Blair Spittal 81 / P.Crossan 52)
Raith 3-Dumfernline 0 (Lewis Vaughan 70 pen, 79, 81)
St Mirren 3-Alloa 2 (Cody Cooke 68, Ethan Erhahon 85, Kyle McAllister 87 / Alan Trouten 26, Kevin Cawley 34)
St Johnstone 2-Hamilton 0 (Jason Kerr 1, Anthony Watt 26)
Celtic 3-Airdrieonians 0 (Scott Sinclair 37, 56, Timothy Weah 83)

Sunday, January 20, 2019:
Hearts 1-Livingston 0 (Sean Clare 48)


VIII.  Portugal

Diary:


Tuesday, January 15, 2019:
-

Wednesday, January 16, 2019:
-Jose Mota has left his post as Aves Manager. He is replaced by Augusto Inacio. (Source MaisFutebol online)


Thursday, January 17, 2019:

-

Friday, January 18, 2019:

-

Saturday, January 19, 2019:
-

Sunday, January 20, 2019:

-

Monday, January 21, 2019:
-


Transfers
Date
Player
Position
From
To
Type
Online Source
January 15, 2019 
Carlos Jatocha (Brazil)
Midfielder
Sporting CP
Goianiense (Brazil)
Loan
Maisfutebol
January 15, 2019 
Costinha
Midfielder
Setubal
Chaves
Purchase
A Bola
January 15, 2019 
Silvio
-
Free Agent
Setubal
Purchase
Maisfutebol
January 15, 2019 
Idrissa Doumbia (Ivory Coast)
Midfielder
Grozny (Poland)
Sporting CP
Purchase
L’Equipe
January 16, 2019 
Joao Paredes
Midfielder
Chaves
Mafra
Loan
Maisfutebol
January 16, 2019 
Helder Tavares (Cape Verde)
-
Tondela
Altay
Purchase
Maisfutebol
January 16, 2019 
Everton (Brazil)
Striker
Maritimo
Free Agent
Contract Rescinded
A Bola
January 16, 2019 
Tomislav Strkalj (Croatia)*
Striker
Osijek
Rio Ave
Purchase
A Bola
January 16, 2019 
Stephen Eustaquio
-
Chaves
Cruz Azul
Purchase
A Bola
January 17, 2019 
Alan Ruiz
Striker
Sporting CP
Aldosivi (Argentina)
Loan
Maisfutebol
January 17, 2019 
Sardor Rashidov (Uzbekistan)
Striker
Lokomotiv Tashkent
Nacional
Purchase
Maisfutebol
January 17, 2019 
Pedro Paul
-
Guimaraes
Atl.
Goianiense
Loan
Maisfutebol
January 17, 2019 
Kgaegelo Sekgota (South Africa)
Striker
Stumbras
Setubal
Purchase
Maisfutebol
January 17, 2019 
Rodrigo Antunes
-
Alentejano do Moura
Setubal
Purchase
A Bola
January 17, 2019 
Pablo Lima (Brazil)
-
-
Santa Clara
Purchase
Maisfutebol
January 19, 2019 
Keaton Parks
-
Benfica
New York City FC 9USA)
Loan
Maisfutebol
January 19, 2019 
Mohamed Abarhoun (Morocco)
-
Moreirense
Rizespor (Turkey)
Purchase
Maisfutebol
January 20, 2019 
Wilson Manafa
-
Portimonense
Porto
Purchase
A Bola
January 20, 2019 
Getterson (Brazil)
-
Fortaleza
Maritimo
Purchase
Maisfutebol
January 21, 2019 
Victor Garcia
Defender
Guimaraes
Famalicao
Loan
Maisfutebol
January 21, 2019 
Gaston Campi (Argentina)
Defender
Estudiantes
Chaves
Loan
Maisfutebol
January 21, 2019 
Everton (Brazil)
Striker
Free Agent (foemerly Maritimo)
Al-Muharraq (Bahrain)
Purchase
Maisfutebol
*Tomislav Strkalj was immediately loaned to Rudes.


Contract Extensions
Date
Player
Position
Club
Expiration Year
Online Source
January 18, 2019
Joao Henriques
Manager
Santa Clara
2020
Maisfutebol

Profesional Contract
Date
Player
Position
Club
Online Source
January 17, 2019 
Ruben Ferreira (16 years old)
-
Porto
Maisfutebol


Portugal Cup (January 15-16, 2018):

Tuesday, January 15, 2019:
Aves 1-Braga 2 (Claudio Falcao 70 / Wilson Eduardo 11, 41)
Leixoes 1-Porto 2 (Ze Paulo 78 / Hector Herrera 11, Hernani 118)
Guimaraes 0-Benfica 1 (Joao Felix 15)

Wednesday, January 16, 2019:
Feirense 0-Sporting CP 2 (Wendel 64, Bruno Fernandes 66)


Portugal Primeira Liga League Matchday (January 18-20, 2019):
Friday, January 18, 2019:
Nacional 0-Braga 3 (Ricardo Horta 61, Murilo 73, Paulinho 86)
Chaves 1-Porto 4 (Bruno Gallo 76 pen / Soares 24, 42, 68, Nuno Andre Coelho (own goal) 87)
Guimaraes 0-Benfica 1 (Haris Seferovic 81)

Saturday, January 19, 2019:
Belenenses 2-Tondela 2 (Henrique Almeida 2, 48 / Bruno Monteiro 33, Tomane 45)
Sporting CP 2-Moreirense 1 (Nani 3, Bruno Fernnades 26 / Heriberto Tavares 34)
Santa Clara 0-Maritimo 1  (Joel Tagueu 23)

Sunday, January 20, 2019:
Aves 2-Setubal 1 (Derley 16, Mama Balde 72 / Jhonder Cadiz 56)
Boavista 0-Portimonense 2 (Wellington Carvalho 20, 78)
Rio Ave 0-Feirense 0 (-)

Top Goalscorer:
Dyego Sousa (Braga) 12 goals


Table
Team
P
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1
Porto
18
15
1
2
38
11
27
46
2
Benfica
18
13
2
3
38
17
21
41
3
Braga
18
12
4
2
35
17
18
40
4
Sporting CP
18
12
2
4
35
19
16
38
5
Belenenses
18
7
8
3
23
18
5
29
6
Guimaraes
18
8
4
6
22
18
4
28

P-Played, W-Win, D-Draw, L-Loss, GF-Goals For, GA-Goals Against, GD-Goal Difference, Pts-Point
IX.  Belgium
Diary:
Tuesday, January 15, 2019:
-

Wednesday, January 16, 2019:

-Hans Vanaken (Club Brugge) was named as the Belgian Player of the year and was awarded the ‘Soulier d’Or’. Eden Hazard (Chelsea) was named as the best Belgian Player in a Foreign League. Croatian Ivan Leko (Club Brugge) was named as the Manager of the year. Wesley Moraes (Club Brugge) was named a sthe young player of the year. Lovre Kalinic was named as the goalkeeper f the year.  Siebe Schrijvers (Club Brugge)’s goal vs. Antwerp was named as the goal of the year.  (Source RTBF.be online)

-Luc Devroe has left his post as Sporting Director at Anderelcht . (Source Jupiler League App online)
Thursday, January 17, 2019:

-

Friday, January 18, 2019:
-

Saturday, January 19, 2019:

-

Sunday, January 20, 2019:
- Tromd Sollied has been dismissed as Lokeren Manager after little over two months in charge. He has been replaced with Glen De Boeck  . (Source RTBF.be online)

- Anderlecht were defeated in Manager Fred Rutten’s first match in charge  . (Source RTBF.be online)

Monday, January 21, 2019:

-


Transfers
Date
Player
Position
From
To
Type
Online Source
January 15, 2019 
Leandro Pereira (Brazil)
Striker
Club Brugge
Matsumoto Yamaga (Japan)
Purchase
RTBF.be
January 15, 2019 
Antoine Bernier
Winger
Antwerp
Lierse
Loan
Walfoot.be
January 15, 2019 
Daan Heymans
Midfielder
Waasland-Beveren
Lommel
Loan
Jupiler League App
January 15, 2019 
Stefano Milosevic (Montenegro)
Striker
Iskra Danilovgrad
Waasland-Beveren
Purchse
Walfoot.be
January 16, 2019 
Petr Zulj (Austria)
Midfielder
Sturm Graz
Anderlecht
Purchase
Footnews.be
January 17, 2019 
Sidney Friede (Germany)
Midfielder
Hertha Berlin
Mouscron
Loan
RTBF.be
January 17, 2019 
Kosuke Kinoshita (Japan)
Striker
Halmstad
St Truiden
Purchase
RTBF.be
January 17, 2019 
Erik Gliha (Slovenia)
Defender
Almuniji Kidricevo
St Truiden
Purchase
RTBF.be
January 17 
Kanu (Brazil)
-
Kortrijk
Al-Raed (Saudi Arabia)
Purchase
Walfoot.be
January 18, 2019 
Lior Refaelov (Israel)
-
Club Brugge
Antwerp
Permanent signing (was on loan)
RTBF.be
January 18, 2019 
David Simao
-
Boavsita
Antwerp
Purchase
Jupiler League App


Profesional Contract
Date
Player
Position
Club
Online Source
January 17, 2019 
Wout Coomans (17 years old)
Defender
Genk
Footnews.be


First Division A League Matchday (January 18-20, 2019):
Friday, January 18, 2019:
St Truiden 2-Genk 3 (Jordan Botaka 2, Yohan Boli 71 / Mbwana Samatta 29, Leandro Trossard 75, Dieumerci Ndongala 81)

Saturday, January 19, 2019:
Standard 2-Kortrijk 1 (Renaud Emond 66 pen, Christian Luyindama 90 / Teddy Chevalier 36)
Eupen 4-Lokeren 1 (Mamadou Fall 5, Yuta Toyokawa 40, Siebe Blondelle 59, 62 / Jakub Reznicek 65)
Waasland-Beveren 1-Cercle Brugge 1  (Johanna Omolo (own goal) 51 / Irvin Cardona 72 pen)
Zulte-Waregem 1-Antwerp 2  (Theo Bongonda 90 / Dieumerci Mbokani 41, Lior Refaelov 49)

Sunday, January 20, 2019:
Club Brugge 0-Charleroi 1 (Gabriele Angella 17)
Gent 1-Anderlecht 0 (Alexander Sorloth 75)
Mouscron 2-Ostend 1  (Manuel Benson 13, Taiwo Awoniyi 68 / Tom De Sutter 9)

Top Goalscorer:
Ally Samatta (Genk) 15 goals
Nany Dimata (Anderlecht) 13 goals

Table
Team
P
W
D
L
GF
GA
GD
Pts
1
Genk
22
15
6
1
52
21
31
51
2
Club Brugge
22
12
5
5
48
23
25
41
3
Antwerp
22
12
5
5
32
25
7
41
4
Standard Liege
22
11
6
5
35
23
12
39
5
Anderlecht
22
10
4
8
37
28
9
34
6
Gent
22
10
4
8
40
37
3
34

P-Played, W-Win, D-Draw, L-Loss, GF-Goals For, GA-Goals Against, GD-Goal Difference, Pts-Point

Diary (extra):

Tuesday, January 15, 2019:

-The South Korean Federation has given gold medals to the families of four deceased players who had received fake medals after their 1960 Asian Cup Victory. (Source BBC Football online)

-Former Israeli goalkeeper from the 40s and 50s, Avraham Bendori passed away aged 90. (Source Wikipedia online)

-Former Czechoslovakia footballer from the 60s and 70s, Antonin Kramerius passed away aged 79. (Source Wikipedia online)

-Austin FC will be the new MLS Franchise team. They are set to make theor debut in 2021. (Source Walfoot.be online)


Wednesday, January 16, 2019:

-Slovenian Manager Slavisa Stojanovic is set to become the new Latvia National Team Manager. (Source Reuters UK online)

-Josh Wolff has joined the USA coaching staff as Assistant Manager. (Source Fox Sports online)

Thursday, January 17, 2019:

-Kazakshtan National Team Manager Stanimir Stoilov has left his post by mutual consent . (Source Reuters UK online)

-Greg Garza (Cincinnati) has withdrawn from USA training camp due to injury. (Source Fox Sports online)

-Former Brazil star Rivaldo is set to manage Moroccan Third Division side Chabab Mohammedia. (Source Maisfutebol online)

Friday, January 18, 2019:

-Former Bulgarian defender from the 50s into the 70s, Ivan Vutsov passed away aged 79. He later Managed the National team in two separate spells. (Source Wikipedia online)

-Brazil will play a friendly vs. Czech repunlic in Prague on March 26, 2019 at Eden Arena. (Source Fox Sports online)

-Rivaldo has denied reports stating he had managed the coaching staff of Moroccan Third Division side Chabab Mohammedia.  (Source BBC Football online)

Saturday, January 19, 2019:

-Czech Manager Michal Bilek was named as the new National Team Manager of Kazakhstan. (Source L’Equipe Online)

Sunday, January 20, 2019:
-The Preident of the Indonesian Federation has resigned due to a fixed-matches scandal. (Source L’Equipe online)

Monday, January 21, 2019:

-Former Argentina striker Pedro Mandredini passed away aged 83. (Source Corriere dello Sport online)

-Juan Antonio Pizzi has ended his time as Saudi Arabia National Team Manager following their elimination in the Asian Nations Cup (Source L’Equipe online)


International Friendlies
Tuesday, January 15, 2019:
Estonia 0-Iceland 0 (-)

Asian Nations Cup:

Asian Nations Cup-Group B:
Tuesday, January 15, 2019:
Australia 3-Syria 2 (Awer Mabil 41, C.Ikonomidis 54, Tom Rogic 90 / Omar Khribin 43, Omar Al Somah 80 pen)
Palestine 0-Jordan 0 (-)

Asian Nations Cup-Group C:
Wednesday, January 16, 2019:
Kyrgyzstan 3-Phillipnes 1 (Vitalij Lux 24, 51, 77 / Stephan Schrock 80)
South Korea 2-China 0 (Ui-Jo Hwang 14 pen, Min-Jae Kim 51)

Asian Nations Cup-Group D:
Wednesday, January 16, 2019:
Iran 0-Iraq 0 (-)
Vietnam 2-Yemen 0 (Quang Hai Nguyen 38, Ngoc Hai Que 64 pen)


Asian Nations Cup-Group E:

Thursday, January 17, 2019:
Lebanon 4-North Korea 1 (Felix Michel 27, Hilal El-Helwe 65, 909, Hassan Maatouk 80 pen / Kwang-Ryong Pak 9)
Saudi Arabia 0-Qatar 2 (Almoez Ali 45, 80)

Asian Nations Cup-Group F:

Thursday, January 17, 2019:
Japan 2-Uzbekistan 1 (Yoshinori Muto 43, Tsukasa Shiotani 58 / Eldor Shomurodov 40)
Oman 3-Turkmenistan 1 (Ahmed Al Mahajiri 20, Mohsin Al Ghassani 84, M.Al Musalami 90 / A.Annadurdjyev 41)


Asian Nations Cup-Round of 16:

Sunday, January 20, 2019:
Jordan 1-Vietnam 1 (Bahaa Abdulrahman 39 / C.Phuong Nguyen 51) (Vietnam won 4-2 on penalty kick shoot-out)
Thailand 1-China 2 (Supachai Jaided 31 / Zhi Xiao 67, Lin Gao 71 pen)
Iran 2-Oman 0 (Alireza Jahanbakhsh 32, Ashkan Dejagah 41 pen)

Monday, January 21, 2019:
Japan 1-Saud Arabia 0 (Takehiro Tomiyasu 20)
Australia 0-Uzbekistan 0 (-) (Australia won 4-2 on penalty kick shoot-out)
United Arab Emirates 3-Kyrgysztan 2 (Khamis Esmail 14, Ali Ahmed Mabkhout 64, Ahmed Khalil 103 pn / Mirlan Murzaev 26, Tursunali Rustamov 90)

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