QPR & Hull To Meet League 2 Opposition In League Cup

After being relegated from the Premier League, Hull and Queens Park Rangers have been given ties against League Two opposition in the first round of the League Cup. Steve Bruce’s side will travel to Accrington while QPR will play at Yeovil. The other side relegated from the top flight, Burnley will go to League one side Port Vale. Barnet’s reward for getting back into the football league is a trip to Millwall while fellow Football League newcomers Bristol Rovers play Birmingham. QPR have denied reports midfielder Sandro has been deported from the UK over work permit issues. A newspaper claimed the Brazilian had been forced out the country after playing for the club without the necessary paperwork. QPR says this isn’t the case and Sandro is currently on holiday. However they do admit to being in touch with the Home Office about an issue relating to the midfielder. Norwich manager Alex Neil has signed a new contract. Neil led the Canaries to the Premier league through the play-offs AC Milan have sacked coach Filippo Inzaghi and have replaced him with Sinisa Mihaklovic. Mihaklovic had been coach at Sampdoria. Kerry’s victorious Kennedy Cup squad will tomorrow be visiting Schools in the East Kerry region. The panel will go to the primary schools that the players attended in the District; starting with Rathmore at 9.30am and Presentation Monastery, Killarney, at 12.30.

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