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Thursday Ticker: Fulham sacks Ranieri, Ramos handed two-match European ban, and more


Fulham FC are showing zero signs of life in the relegation zone of the English Premier League. That trend continued with a 2-0 loss to Southampton on Wednesday which saw Claudio Ranieri lose his job the following day.

The club sacked Ranieri on Thursday after the Italian spent three months at the helm. Scott Parker will serve as caretaker manager after Ranieri’s firing. (REPORT)

Sergio Ramos has been given a two-match ban in European competition for his “deliberate booking” against Ajax. (REPORT)

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer remains the sole candidate for the Manchester United managerial position. (REPORT)

The English FA will take no action against Tottenham’s Harry Kane for his confrontation with Cesar Azpilicueta. (REPORT)

Barcelona gave defender Jordi Alba a new contract through 2024. (REPORT)

The Brazilian National Team announced their roster for March friendlies against Panama and the Czech Republic. (REPORT)

Manchester City winger Raheem Sterling admits he felt more pressure in the 2013-14 EPL title race with Liverpool. (REPORT)

Mauro Icardi’s future is of no interest to Inter Milan manager Luciano Spalletti as several European clubs remain interested in the forward. (REPORT)

Manchester United have been fined over fan trouble in their Champions League loss to Paris Saint-Germain. (REPORT)

Carlo Ancelotti is backing his side to end Juventus domestic dominance sooner rather than later. (REPORT)

Wednesday Rewind

The U.S. Women’s National Team was hit back twice and had to settle for a draw in their She Believes Cup opener against Japan. (READ)

Alejandro Guido signed with LAFC while Kendall Waston was named FC Cincinnati’s first MLS captain. (READ)

The New York Red Bulls cruised their way to the Concacaf Champions League quarterfinals. (READ)

Kenny Saief is reportedly interested in moving to MLS. (READ)

LAFC looks to follow up 2018’s success with a trip to MLS Cup. (READ)

The LA Galaxy kept several star players in hopes to make the playoffs in 2019. (READ)

Tyler Adams is very optimistic about U.S. Soccer’s future. (READ)

U.S. Soccer proposed a joint Concacaf-Conmebol tournament for 2020. (READ)

Orlando City is hoping to shrug off last season’s disappointment with a strong run in 2019. (READ)

FC Cincinnati begins life in MLS and will hope to make a strong debut. (READ)

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