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Basel 30,000 euros ($41,000) for allowing Greenpeace to stage a protest at its stadium during a Champions League match against Schalke. Basel was penalized for "insufficient organization" at the Oct. 1 match. Host clubs are responsible for security
Celtic captain Scott Brown for three Champions League matches for kicking Barcelona forward Neymar. Brown was shown a red card for clipping the Brazilian as he lay on the ground during Barcelona's 1-0 win in Glasgow on Oct. 1...Brown can appeal the
League Scoreboards "I'm a bit radical so I would say that we should not have a winter transfer window because we want stability for the players' contracts," Frenchman Piat told Reuters. "But obviously there could be some adjustments, for instance
It's understood that promoters in America were very happy with the Irish contribution to the Yankee Stadium friendly with Spain in June, which proved far more successful than the previous tour under Steve Staunton back in 2007. Encouraging crowd
Aysal says "it would be 20 big teams, with three to five teams changing every year. .....However, he did not say which clubs have been involved in the talks, or how far they have progressed. The ECA says a new competition "was never discussed" by the
Uefa has responded to reports that they could revamp the European Championship to rival the World Cup by inviting the larger nations outside of the continent to compete by denying any knowledge of such an idea. The Independent on Sunday revealed the
Star is born for United as Januzaj sinks Sunderland For his dive for which he was rightly booked Adnan Januzaj can expect the Moyes hairdryer. For his goals and precocious performance the teenager can expect a far warmer glow of praise...Pellegrini:
Revolutionary plans to expand the European Championship into a huge rival to the World Cup are being discussed by advisers close to Uefa's president, Michel Platini. In the biggest change to international football for three decades, the revamped
Lazio to play a Europa League match in an empty Olympic Stadium because of further racist chanting by fans. Rome club was found guilty for its fans' "racist behavior" and displaying an "inappropriate banner" when it hosted Legia Warsaw on Sept. 19...
Media playback is unsupported on your device Qatar prepares for World Cup ruling 3 October 2013 Last updated at 06:45 BST Football's world governing body, Fifa, could decide this week whether to move the 2022 World Cup in Qatar from summer to winter.