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HOT Football News November 15: Liverpool is compensated by FIFA for Gomez’s injury

Until Gomez recovers, FIFA must bear Liverpool’s salary to pay Gomez, about 2.63 million USD.

FIFA compensation for Liverpool

The World Football Federation (FIFA) will have to pay Liverpool the equivalent of midfielder Joe Gomez’s salary from now until the end of the season. According to the Daily Mail (UK), until Gomez recovers, FIFA must bear Liverpool’s salary to pay Gomez, about 2.63 million USD. This is the regulation of the player protection program set by FIFA itself. Clubs, if a player is injured while serving the team in friendly matches, class A matches and training sessions for the aforementioned matches, will be compensated by FIFA.

Deschamps: “Some French players are uncomfortable at the club”

Coach Didier Deschamps appreciated his students after a 1-0 victory over Portugal in the Nations League, although many of them were having trouble at the club. “Victory has never been easy, especially in the situation”, Deschamps said about the French pillars are having difficulty in clubs. “Some of my students are having their own problems. They are not really comfortable playing football every week at clubs. But when they fight together for France, they show a completely different face proves that France is a wonderful group”.

Malaysia can withdraw from the 2022 World Cup qualifiers

While football is slowly returning in the region and Asia, Malaysia has not been able to bring football back to normal. Recently, the Malaysian government asked the Malaysian Football Federation (FAM) to postpone the Malaysia Cup. FAM decided to cancel this tournament. Malaysia’s most powerful football authority does not want to prolong the tournament while putting additional wage pressure on domestic clubs.

After this long-standing tournament was canceled, the FAM leader admitted that Malaysian football would “freeze” for the rest of 2020 and have not set a date to return in 2021. If the situation continues, football Malaysia will not be able to return in the first half of 2021, meaning Malaysia is not focused and may have to withdraw from the rest of the second qualifying round of the 2022 World Cup in Asia.

Coach Ancelotti can bring Isco to Everton

According to Le10Sport, after recruiting James Rodriguez, coach Carlo Ancelotti urged Everton to spend the budget recruiting Isco in January 2021. Many sources said Real Madrid is ready to let the Spanish midfielder go for about £ 20 million. Isco currently has a contract until the summer of 2022 with the Bernabeu. From the success of James Rodriguez, it is likely that Everton owners will accept this plan from the Italian coach.

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