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pjennings

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Not Cadiz - but Copenhagen


Maty Ryan is reportedly set to leave Real Sociedad in a bid to gain more minutes ahead of Australia's 2022 World Cup campaign. Elsewhere, the Frenkie de Jong situation has got even more chaotic as Barcelona reportedly threaten legal action against him. Welcome to Optus Sport Daily, your one-stop shop for all of the biggest football stories.


By Optus Sport, with OmniSport

9th Aug 2022, 08:48 AM




Ryan set for LaLiga exit

Socceroos No.1 Maty Ryan is set to leave Real Sociedad and LaLiga and head to Denmark and join FC Copenhagen, according to reports.
Spanish outlet El Diario Vasco claims the Aussie will join Copenhagen for €500,000 ($730,000) as he looks to get some first-team football in the build up to the Qatar World Cup at the end of the year.
Ryan joined Sociedad 12 months ago following the end of his loan at Arsenal and the expiry of his contract with Brighton but only made three appearances for the Spanish side having been unable to displace first-choice ‘keeper Alex Remiro.

The 30-year-old will join Copenhagen after their usual No.1, former Liverpool goalkeeper Kamil Grabara, suffered a nasty facial fracture.
23-year-old Grabara, who left Liverpool after a series of loan spells in 2021, is a Poland international and set a Superliga clean sheet record last year, but is expected to be out of action for a while as he recovers from injury.
That will give Ryan plenty of opportunity to get some minutes under his belt ahead of the 2022 World Cup, starting with a tough Champions League qualifier against Trabzonspor.
 

Rising Sun

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Not Cadiz - but Copenhagen


Maty Ryan is reportedly set to leave Real Sociedad in a bid to gain more minutes ahead of Australia's 2022 World Cup campaign. Elsewhere, the Frenkie de Jong situation has got even more chaotic as Barcelona reportedly threaten legal action against him. Welcome to Optus Sport Daily, your one-stop shop for all of the biggest football stories.


By Optus Sport, with OmniSport

9th Aug 2022, 08:48 AM




Ryan set for LaLiga exit

Socceroos No.1 Maty Ryan is set to leave Real Sociedad and LaLiga and head to Denmark and join FC Copenhagen, according to reports.
Spanish outlet El Diario Vasco claims the Aussie will join Copenhagen for €500,000 ($730,000) as he looks to get some first-team football in the build up to the Qatar World Cup at the end of the year.
Ryan joined Sociedad 12 months ago following the end of his loan at Arsenal and the expiry of his contract with Brighton but only made three appearances for the Spanish side having been unable to displace first-choice ‘keeper Alex Remiro.

The 30-year-old will join Copenhagen after their usual No.1, former Liverpool goalkeeper Kamil Grabara, suffered a nasty facial fracture.
23-year-old Grabara, who left Liverpool after a series of loan spells in 2021, is a Poland international and set a Superliga clean sheet record last year, but is expected to be out of action for a while as he recovers from injury.
That will give Ryan plenty of opportunity to get some minutes under his belt ahead of the 2022 World Cup, starting with a tough Champions League qualifier against Trabzonspor.
I assume he was recommended by the FC Copenhagen Head of High Performance (Andrew Clark)
 

Rising Sun

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Maty officially confirmed at FC København (to give the correct Danish spelling).

And the spelling is important because they use their initials quite prominently in their online presence, so (and this all true), their website is fck.dk, their YouTube channel is FCK TV and their Twitter account seems to frequently use the hashtag #fcklive.

Social media person is probably tearing his hair out trying to understand why most visits to their pages are one-offs - visitors seem disappointed in the content and don't return
 

style_cafe

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Maty officially confirmed at FC København (to give the correct Danish spelling).

And the spelling is important because they use their initials quite prominently in their online presence, so (and this all true), their website is fck.dk, their YouTube channel is FCK TV and their Twitter account seems to frequently use the hashtag #fcklive.

Social media person is probably tearing his hair out trying to understand why most visits to their pages are one-offs - visitors seem disappointed in the content and don't return
I hope they don`t pay him FCK ALL... :popcorn:
 

Michael

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Maty officially confirmed at FC København (to give the correct Danish spelling).

And the spelling is important because they use their initials quite prominently in their online presence, so (and this all true), their website is fck.dk, their YouTube channel is FCK TV and their Twitter account seems to frequently use the hashtag #fcklive.

Social media person is probably tearing his hair out trying to understand why most visits to their pages are one-offs - visitors seem disappointed in the content and don't return
This is glorious
It’s also marketing genius if they get ad rev on their website from sponsors.
 

Rising Sun

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Nightmare for Birraz overnight. Having won the 1st leg 1-0, Dundee Utd were dumped out of Europe after a 7-0 defeat to AZ Alkmaar.

Aziz Behich made his debut for Utd in this game so I suppose we can blame him.
 

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