Friday 08 November 1996
Wales have added four players to their squad for tonight's European Under- 21 Championship qualifier against the Netherlands in Breda: Liverpool's Gareth Roberts, the League of Wales top scorer Eifion Williams of Caernarfon, Wrexham's David Walsh and Gareth Knott of Barry.
Tommy Taylor officially started work as manager of Leyton Orient manager yesterday, two days after vacating the manager's job at Cambridge United.
Kilmarnock have signed the former Leeds and Reading defender Dylan Kerr on an 18-month contract.
Ipswich Town's Danish international defender Claus Thomsen is to have a hernia operation and will be out until Christmas.
Chris Price, the former Aston Villa and Blackburn full-back, is the new manager of Dr Martens League club Newport AFC.
The Brazilian World Cup striker Bebeto has returned to Spain to join Seville after a short spell with Flamengo.
Airdrie have been granted planning permission to build a new pounds 6m ground in the Craigneuk area of the Lanarkshire town. The club are currently sharing with Clyde at Broadwood stadium in Cumbernauld.
Guatemala's Mateo Flores stadium, where 84 people were killed in a stampede at a World Cup qualifying match last month, has been shut down indefinitely by Fifa, the game's world governing body. Guatemala's upcoming World Cup qualifiers against Costa Rica and Trinidad and Tobago will be played in other countries.
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