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(Stale) Daily Schmankerl: Alphonso Davies Bayern Munich’s player of the month, Ronaldinho new prison MVP

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Surprise, Alphonso Davies is Bayern’s player of the month for February. Meanwhile, Ronaldinho is a front runner for March MVP in his current prison in Paraguay.

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Alphonso Davies named FC Bayern Player of the Month

Bayern Munich announced that Alphonso Davies was voted by the fans as the Player of the Month for February. This is already the second time that Davies has won the award in his short time as a Bayern player having previously won it in December 2019.

The voting broke down as follows:

  1. Alphonso Davies - 39%
  2. Serge Gnabry - 17%
  3. Thiago Alcantara - 11%
  4. Thomas Muller - 9%
  5. Robert Lewandowski - 6%

Hannover 96 quarantined after two players test positive (DW)

Hannover 96 players Timo Hübers and Jannes Horn have both tested positive for the coronavirus, according to a statement from the club. All other tests were negative. They also announced that the entire squad is being placed on a home-bound quarantine for the next two weeks.

Ronaldinho the new Paraguay prison MVP

Mikel Arteta, Callum Hudson-Odoi test positive for coronavirus

Over in England, two big names have tested positive for the coronavirus: Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta and Chelsea’s (and former Bayern target) Callum Hudson-Odoi. Just as it is happening in Hannover, anyone who was in close contact with the two will now have to self-isolate for a couple of weeks.

Copa Libertadores match sees EIGHT red cards

As the final minutes ticked away in the Gremio and Internacionale match on Thursday evening, the players decided it was time to fight. Following the tussle, the referee handed out four red cards to Gremio (Luciano Neves, Pepe, Caio, and Paulo Miranda) and four red cards to Internacionale (Edenilson, Moises, Victor Leandro Cuesta, Bruno Praxedes).

US Soccer President Carlos Cordeiro resigns in disgrace

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