In English football news, 

Harry Redknapp is willing to sack players who under-perform at Queens Park Rangers, in an attempt to save the club from certain relegation. 

After 13 matches, Rangers have only 4 points and their previous manager Mark Hughes paid the price when he was released a few days ago. 

That allowed the appointment of former Tottenham manager Redknapp to take place over the weekend. 

And addressing the media for the 1st time last night, he told his players to either shape up or ship out. 

QPR will travel to the Stadium of Light to take on Sunderland tomorrow morning.

Still on football news, 

Former Norway and Manchester United striker Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is the first to be inducted into the country's Hall of Fame. 

The 39 year old says, he's proud of his accomplishments and hopes that others have sought happiness from his footballing career. 

Solskjaer is best known for winning the Champions League for United with a last-gasp goal against Bayern Munich in the 1999 final. 

He was also recently named, 'Manager of the Season' after his Molde side won their 2nd Norwegian championship in 2 years.

In regional football news, 

Thailand will be the 1st team to qualify for the semifinals of the Suzuki Cup, if they beat Myanmar in a Group A match later tonight. 

Having edged out the Philippines 2-1 in the opening match, the Thais can move into the last 4 if they defeat Myanmar in Bangkok. 

But they'll have to get the job done without Datsakorn Thong-lao. 

The midfield general could miss the match due to a recurring groin injury. 

Thailand as 3-time champions, have not won the AFF championship in 10 years. 

Meanwhile, despite their opening defeat, the Filipinos must defeat Vietnam this evening in order to survive. 

The Vietnamese were held to a 1-1 draw by Myanmar over the weekend.