☕ Morning Recap: A look at Futaa’s top stories from yesterday

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah has been named Footballer of the Year 2022 by the Football Writers Association while Austria has appointed Ralf Rangnick as its permanent coach.

What happened on Friday? Let’s take a look below;

Arteta provides fitness updates on Saka, Tomiyasu and Partey

Ahead of Sunday’s game against West Ham United, Arsenal boss Mikel Arteta provided fitness updates to Bukayo Saka, Takehiro Tomiyasu and Thomas Partey. [Full story]

Austria announces Rangnick as new director

Interim Manchester United coach Ralf Rangnick has been confirmed as Austria’s national team manager. [Full story]

Confirmed: Manchester City duo out of Leeds United match

Pep Guardiola has confirmed that Manchester City will miss Kyle Walker and John Stones when they face Leeds United at the weekend. [Full story]

Salah wins FWA Player of the Year award

Liverpool striker Mohamed Salah was named Football Writers Association Player of the Year 2022. [Full story]

Consortium Todd Boehle leads the race for Chelsea

According to reports, the group led by Todd Boehle won the battle to become the next owner of Chelsea. [Full story]

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