Sporting Digest: Football

Friday 28 July 1995 23:02
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Nottingham Forest's Lars Bohinen will not be suspended for refusing to play for Norway against France in protest against French nuclear testing in the Pacific.

Napoli look set to win their battle to avoid bankruptcy and take their place in Serie A this season. A shareholders meeting approved a plan for a pounds 2.7m capital increase which will be guaranteed by the club president, Corrado Ferlaino, and one of his companies.

FRIENDLY MATCHES: Bradford 0 Doncaster 2; Glentoran 0 Rangers XI 0; Ayr Utd 1 Hartlepool 1; Atherton LR 0 Bolton 1; Portadown 2 Reading 2; Swansea 1 Crystal Palace 1; Tranmere 3 Everton 1; Cork City 1 Southampton 0; Dalkey Utd 0 Millwall 3; Drogheda 3 Distillery 2; Walsall 2 West Bromich Albion 1.

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