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What Happened Today In EPL – Nov 13 1992

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In this blog series – “What Happened Today”, we are reviving some of the moments from past which will restore golden history of the best league in the world.

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What Happened Today Headlines

  • Wimbledon manager Joe Kinnear banned for five matches for swearing at officials

  • Neil Webb set to return back to his old club Nottingham Forest in a cut-price deal from Manchester United

  • Middlesborough Striker Bernie Slaven hands in a shock transfer request to manager Lennie Lawrence

  • Paul Parker of Manchester United called back into the England side after a 14-month absence

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Wimbledon manager Joe Kinnear banned for five matches for swearing at officials

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Wimbledon manager Joe Kinnear received a five-match touchline ban after his third offense of swearing at officials in the space of nine months. Kinnear was found guilty of directing foul and insulting comments at Cornwall to refer Martin Bodenham at half time during the 1-1 draw against Blackburn at Selhurst Park. An FA official said “Joe is suspended from sitting at or near the touchline at all matches under the jurisdiction of the FA from December 1 to December 31”

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Neil Webb set to return back to his old club Nottingham Forest in a cut-price deal from Manchester United

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Neil Webb was set to start his second spell at Nottingham Forest in the bottom of the table clash against Crystal Palace if the England midfielder could agree on terms with Brian Clough. Ex-Forest star Webb,29, was set to return to the city ground in an £800000 deal as Clough looked to strengthen the core of his struggling side. Switching Roy Keane to defense had weakened the midfield department and Clough hoped that Webb would be able to recapture the form which saw him score 47 goals in 146 appearances spanning 4 years for Forest. He had moved to Old Trafford in a £1.5 million deal but his time at Manchester United had been marred with injuries.

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Middlesborough Striker Bernie Slaven hands in a shock transfer request to manager Lennie Lawrence

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Middleborough striker Bernie Slaven handed a shock transfer request to the manager Lennie Lawrence. The Boro goal ace, a bargain £15000 buy from Scottish Club Albion Rovers, had been top scorer at Ayersome park for the past four seasons. But he had found first-team opportunities hard to come by in the Premier League that term and made only a brief 15-minute appearance as a substitute in their latest 4-1 defeat at Liverpool at Anfield. Lawrence confirmed Slaven’s request and said “It will be his last career move and I hope it’ll be a good one, I’ll bend over backward to help him move on quickly.”

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Paul Parker of Manchester United called back into the England side after a 14-month absence

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Manchester United defender Paul Parker was rewarded with a late England call up as he was set to join the three lions for the World Cup qualifier against Turkey at Wembley. This ended a 14-month wait for the defender from International football as England manager Graham Taylor after Tony Dorigo, of Leeds, became the second casualty in the defense within 24 hours.

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