Thursday Kickoff: Wenger, Mexico, Subotic and more

Thursday Kickoff: Wenger, Mexico, Subotic and more


Thursday Kickoff: Wenger, Mexico, Subotic and more


One of the game’s top managers is hoping to earn a lenient punishment while Mexico is set to face FIFA on Thursday.

Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger accepted his misconduct charge from the English FA but will request a personal meeting in an effort to earn a more lenient punishment for shoving a fourth official. (REPORT)

The Mexican football association will plead its case to FIFA on Thursday as the federation attempts to avoid punishment for homophobic chanting. (The Mexican football association)

Neven Subotic has joined Cologne on loan. (REPORT)

Liverpool is reportedly interested in signing Sporting CP midfielder William Carvalho. (REPORT)

Marseille signed defender Patrice Evra from Juventus, as the defender finalizes a contract through 2018. (REPORT)

Thiago Alcantara returned to Bayern Munich training on Thursday as he targets a comeback at next month’s Champions League clash against Arsenal. (REPORT)

Egypt topped Ghana, 1-0, on a goal from Mohammed Salah to seal advancement to the African Cup of Nations knockout stage while Mali and Uganda were both eliminated with a 1-1 draw.

Brazil topped Colombia, 1-0, on a goal from Dudu in a friendly organized to benefit Chapecoense.

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