Back under Zidane in 2019 it was never going to work for James. Now for the third time in his career, Ancelotti is back in charge. This time it ought to last longer than two months and the Italian coach ought to have the freedom to put Rodriguez centre stage.
Paycheck Protection Program
Allocated $659 billion total in forgivable loans for small businesses, who must use 75% on payroll to be eligible for forgiveness. $130 billion remains, but expires Aug. 8.
Expands eligibility, eliminates 75% payroll requirement and extends application period to Dec. 31.
Injects another $190 billion into the PPP fund, expands eligibility and allows businesses to request a second loan. Eliminates 75% payroll requirement and expands approved uses of funds for loan forgiveness.
But Ancelotti must do more than just change players; he needs to change the club’s mentality. Everton have not won an away game at a top-six club since December 2013, a run of 40 matches in which there have been 28 losses.
‘I can understand why he was a young captain (at Southampton), I can understand why he was so respected at Liverpool. From the short time we’ve seen him and worked with him, he’s been fantastic for us.’
What the Premier League ‘top six’ still must do this transfer window
With just over three weeks remaining in the transfer window we’re starting to approach crunch time. The ‘top six’ in the know English football live and die by their deals, as Sportsmail examines what is still needed.
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United States forward Alex Morgan joins Tottenham on a short-term deal
The club announced released a statement on their club website confirming the move and said that Morgan has joined the club for the upcoming 2020-21 season from Orlando Pride.
United ‘unwilling to meet Dortmund’s asking price for Sancho’
Many Premier League clubs are concerned about the possibility of a new lockdown in addition to the continued uncertainty regarding when supporters will return to stadiums.
Chelsea agree £25m deal for Rennes goalkeeper Edouard Mendy
The 28-year-old Senegal international will become Chelsea’s eighth signing of the summer once details are finalised and will provide competition for Kepa Arrizabalaga and Willy Caballero.
We’ve already seen some high-profile moves this summer, like Kai Havertz’ £89m move to Chelsea and Donny van de Beek arriving at Manchester United for £40m, while other major deals like Lionel Messi to Manchester City are off the cards.
Crespo blames Messi’s dad for not getting his desired Barcelona exit
Lionel Messi’s dad Jorge was heavily involved after Messi dropped a bombshell that he intended to quit the Nou Camp. However the pair could not negotiate a move away from the club.
Bonus for employees who start new jobs or are rehired
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There could be a return-to-work bonus of up to $450 per week for unemployed workers who secure a new job or are rehired.
Arsenal goalkeeper Emiliano Martinez agrees to join Aston Villa
The 28-year old Argentine travelled to Villa Park and the club’s Bodymoor Heath training ground on Saturday where he was given a tour and told about the club’s rich history and the role he would play.
Enhanced unemployment benefit
$600 per week in addition to state benefits.
Same as CARES.
Initially $200 per week. Then up to $500 per week to match 70% of lost wages when added to state benefits.
The addition of James Rodriguez, the Colombia superstar with whom Ancelotti has worked at Real Madrid and Bayern Munich, plus the arrivals of Brazil midfielder Allan and Abdoulaye Doucoure, did not come cheap but they were his prime targets for the window.
Brighton rival Aston Villa for £20m Arsenal goalkeeper Martinez
Martinez has been pulled from Arsenal’s squad to face Fulham with Bernd Leno to start. Arsenal want £20million for the Argentine and it is understood he is still owed a seven figure bonus.
Eviction protections and moratorium
Bans late fees until July 25 and evictions until Aug. 24 on properties backed by federal mortgage programs (Fannie Mae, etc.) or that receive federal funds (HUD, etc.).
Expands to cover nearly all rental properties in the US, extends eviction moratorium an additional 12 months, allocates $200 billion for housing programs and another $100 billion for rental assistance.
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