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Thursday Kickoff: Mourinho, Bielsa, Cavani and more

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One famous manager is set for a one-game suspension, while another is reportedly in talks regarding a new job.

Jose Mourinho has been given a one-match ban after being sent to the locker room in Sunday’s clash with West Ham. (REPORT)

Harry Kane signed a new deal with Tottenham that will keep him at the club until 2022. (REPORT)

Marcelo Bielsa is reportedly in discussions to take over as coach of Lille. (REPORT)

Edison Cavani says he accepts the booking he received for removing his shirt to reveal a Chapecoense tribute in a 2-0 win over Angers on Wednesday. (REPORT)

Enzo Zidane, son of Zinedine, says that Wednesday’s debut goal for Real Madrid was just the beginning. (REPORT)

Job Obi Mikel’s Chelsea future is 50/50 according to his agent, as talks continue over a potential January move. (REPORT)

Wolfsburg midfielder Luiz Gustavo says Inter Milan and Juventus showed interest in him over the summer while adding that he could be tempted with a move to one of the Italian clubs. (REPORT)

WEDNESDAY REWIND

Toronto FC scored twice in the first period of extra time to topple the Montreal Impact in a historically high-scoring Eastern Conference final clash. (READ)

MLS announced roster changes for Canadian players prior to Wednesday night’s playoff match. (READ)

MLS Commissioner Don Garber says Cincinatti is high on the league’s expansion list. (READ)

Adrian Heath is ready to use his experience leading an expansion side as he takes over Minnesota United. (READ)

D.C. United and Steve Birnbaum have reportedly agreed to a new four-year deal. (READ)

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