GRAHAM FENTON, the Aston Villa striker, is injured and has withdrawn from the England squad for the Toulon Under-21 tournament, which starts this weekend. He is replaced by Bruce Dyer of Crystal Palace.
EGIL OLSEN, the coach of Norway, yesterday named a preliminary 16-man squad for the World Cup finals. Six more players will be added by 3 June. Erland Johnsen, the Chelsea defender, is not among the 16 names.
PETERBOROUGH UNITED yesterday announced a record profit of pounds 880,007, despite the fact that they were relegated to the Endsleigh League Second Division.
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TOUR MATCH (Durban): Chatsworth Rangers 0 Aston Villa 1 (Whittingham 48).
SOUTH KOREA WORLD CUP SQUAD: Goalkeepers: Choi In Young (Hyundai Horang-I), Lee Woon Jae (Kyunghee University), Park Chul Woo (Lucky Goldstar Cheetahs). Defenders: Hong Myung Bo (POSCO Atoms), Shin Hong Gi, Choi Young Il (both Hyundai Horang-I), Kang Chul (Yukong Elephants), Park Jung Bae, Gu Sang Bum (both Daewoo Royals), Kim Pan Keun (Lucky Goldstar Cheetahs), Ahn Ik Soo, Lee Jong Hwa (both Ilhwa Chonma). Midfielders: Ko Jeong Woon (Ilhwa Chonma), Choi Moon Sik, Cho Jin Ho (both POSCO Atoms), Seo Jung Won, Lee Young Jin, Choi Dae Sik (all Lucky Goldstar Cheetahs). Forwards: Kim Joo Sung (VfL Bochum), Ha Seok Ju (Daewoo Royals), Hwang Sun Hong (Posco Atoms), Noh Jung Yoon (Sanfrecce Hiroshima).
TRANSFER: Arjan Van Heusden (goalkeeper) Noordwijk (Neth) to Port Vale ( pounds 4,500).
FREE TRANSFERS: Ray Newland (goalkeeper), Adrian Burrows, Matthew Smith (both defenders), Darren Garner (midfielder), Paul Boardman (striker) all Plymouth Argyle.