Waterford FC have confirmed the signing of Zack Elbouzedi ahead of the 2019 season.
The 20-year-old former Republic of Ireland underage midfielder put pen to paper and becomes manager Alan Reynolds’ latest signing.
Elbouzedi joined West Bromwich Albion in 2015 and spend two years at the club, before joining Inverness Caledonian Thistle in 2017.
Known for his pace, technical ability and quick attacking play, Dublin-born Elbouzedi played with Malahide United before moving to West Bromwich Albion. Elbouzedi has represented the Republic of Ireland at U15, U16, U17 and U19 international level.
BLUES SIGN ZACK ELBOUZEDI: Waterford FC is delighted to confirm the signing of Zack Elbouzedi. The 20-year-old former Republic of Ireland underage midfielder becomes Alan Reynolds’ latest signing. Full details below: https://t.co/86BPQ7FQTb #WaterfordFC2019 pic.twitter.com/zvE297NyhZ
— Waterford FC (@WaterfordFCie) November 7, 2018
DRAMATIC NIGHT OF ACTION IN CHAMPIONS LEAGUE
Jose Mourinho has defended his actions at the end of Manchester United’s Champions League victory over Juventus in Turin last night.
The Red Devils manager angered the crowd by cupping his ear after his team scored two late goals for a 2-1 victory.
Mourinho insist he did not insult anybody, but admits he would not do it again.
The result leaves United second in Group H, two points behind Juventus and two ahead of Valencia.
Mourniho feels is shows his team can play well against the top sides.
Pep Guardiola thinks the Champions League needs to introduce V-A-R after a controversial penalty marred Manchester City’s 6-nil victory over Shakhtar Donetsk.
Gabriel Jesus started a hat trick with a farcical spot kick, awarded after Raheem Sterling went down unchallenged.
The result puts City on the verge of qualification for the knock out stage.
They would have gone through had Hoffenheim not scored a late equaliser in the other Group F at Lyon.
Guardiola says controversial incidents highlight the need for technology to help officials.
Chelsea will call on the fit-again Eden Hazard for tonight’s Europa League trip to BATE Borisov.
A win in Belarus will secure the Blues passage to the knockout phase.
Similarly, three points for Arsenal at home to Sporting Lisbon in Group E will see them through to the last-32.
Celtic need a win at home to R-B Leipzig to keep alive their narrowing hopes of progress from Group B.
While Steven Gerrard’s Rangers start the evening top of Group G and unbeaten ahead of their game away to Spartak Moscow.