The European Nations League Four countries nominated to host the 2023 finals

The European Nations League Four countries nominated to host the 2023 finals  Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland and Wales are bidding to host the UEFA Nations League finals next year, the European Union for the game "UEFA" announced on Wednesday.  The door for nominations closes on the fifth of next October, with the “UEFA” to announce the host in January 2023.  The finals (the two semi-final matches, the match for third place and the final match) will be held between June 14-18, 2023.  The 2022-2023 season (group stage) of the European Nations League begins next June, with each team from the first level playing four matches, and then two matches in September.  Portugal won the first edition of the newly created tournament on its soil in 2019 at the expense of the Netherlands, while France won the second edition by defeating Spain in Italy last October.  Source: agencies

Belgium, the Netherlands, Poland and Wales are bidding to host the UEFA Nations League finals next year, the European Union for the game "UEFA" announced on Wednesday.

The door for nominations closes on the fifth of next October, with the “UEFA” to announce the host in January 2023.

The finals (the two semi-final matches, the match for third place and the final match) will be held between June 14-18, 2023.

The 2022-2023 season (group stage) of the European Nations League begins next June, with each team from the first level playing four matches, and then two matches in September.

Portugal won the first edition of the newly created tournament on its soil in 2019 at the expense of the Netherlands, while France won the second edition by defeating Spain in Italy last October.

Source: agencies

Penalties for Ronaldo after "assaulting" an Everton fan

It is reported that Save the Children has abandoned Portugal and Manchester United star Cristiano Ronaldo as its ambassador after he allegedly "assaulted" a 14-year-old Everton fan.

The Portuguese striker was seen knocking down the phone of one of those in the exit corridor of "Goodison Park", after Manchester United lost 0-1 to its host Everton last week.

The fan who was attacked by the "Don" was identified, and it was found that he had autism, while Sarah Kelly and his mother spoke to the press, declaring that her son was shocked by what happened.

Sarah Kelly claimed that the Portuguese striker "assaulted" her son and bruised his hand after hitting the phone on the ground.

She added that her son refused Ronaldo's invitation to attend a match at Old Trafford, as the Portuguese tried to calm the situation by inviting the fan to watch Manchester United at his stadium.

In the latest slap to Ronaldo's public image after the incident, the Italian newspaper, "La Guzzetta dello Sport", reported that the "Save the Children" organization had abandoned the Portuguese star after 10 years of his work as its ambassador.

Ronaldo, 37, is no longer on the list of ambassadors on the international charity's website, which he has worked with since 2013.

It is worth noting that Ronaldo is preparing with his Manchester United team to face Norwich City in the 33rd round of the English Premier League.

Source: goal.com
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