☕ Morning Recap: A look at Futaa's top stories from yesterday

☕ Morning Recap: A look at Futaa's top stories from yesterday

A lot happened in the world of football yesterday and the Futaa team brought all the top news plus more to you.

Manchester United legend Wayne Rooney was appointed as the Derby County manager while new Paris Saint-Germain boss Mauricio Pochettino tested positive for COVID-19. 

But what else happened? 

Take a look below; 

Premier League CEO Richard Masters calls on players to follow COVID-19 guidelines

Premier League chief executive Richard Masters has urged players to follow the league’s COVID-19 protocols and set a good example to the country. [Full story]

PSG boss Pochettino tests positive for COVID-19

Paris Saint-Germain coach Mauricio Pochettino has tested positive for COVID-19, the French champions have confirmed. [Full story]

Barca Presidential Elections postponed due to COVID-19 restrictions

Barcelona have announced today that the club's presidential elections have been postponed after a rise in coronavirus cases prompted heavy restrictions in the region. [Full story]

Injury News: Barca sweat over Messi's fitness

As per Cadena Cope, Lionel Messi was not fit enough to partake in a full training session with his teammates in today’s recovery session although he did instead do specific gym work. [Full story]

Solskjaer urged to drop Man United star against Liverpool

Manchester United legend Paul Scholes has urged Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Edinson Cavani and hand Mason Greenwood a starting role against Liverpool. [Full story]

Wayne Rooney retires to take over as Derby manager

English Championship giants Derby County have announced that Wayne Rooney has become the club's official manager. [Full story]

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