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AC Milan Boss “Surprised” And “Bitter” At UEFA For Financial Fair Play Sanctions

AC Milan managing director Marco Fassone said Tuesday he felt “surprise and bitterness” that UEFA had refused to offer a settlement agreement to the Italian club for violating Financial Fair Play rules, as the club could now be excluded from Europe. The Serie A club face UEFA sanctions after their request for a settlement agreement was rejected by European football’s …

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Pep Guardiola & Liverpool Both Charged By UEFA Following Tuesday’s Champions League Clash

Both Liverpool and Manchester City’s manager Pep Guardiola have been charged by UEFA following the events of Tuesday’s Champions League encounter. Tuesday night’s Champions League quarter-final clash between Liverpool and Manchester City was marred to a certain extent following the dismissal of City coach Pep Guardiola at half-time. Angered by what he perceived to be the incorrect decision to disallow …

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PSG Are Set To Face The Ire Of Uefa For Breaches Of Financial Fair Play

Free-spending French giants Paris Saint-Germain are set to face UEFA sanctions for breaches of Financial Fair Play (FFP), according to a report by the Financial Times on Wednesday that claims PSG “overstated” sponsorship contracts to the tune of 200 million euros. Bankrolled by Qatari owners, PSG smashed the world transfer record by signing Brazilian star Neymar for 222 million euros …

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Confirmed: Ireland Placed In Second Tier For UEFA Nations League

In order to counteract what many view as meaningless international friendlies, UEFA have established the Nations League, which will be played off between teams of similar standards. Starting next year, there will be four leagues, with each country placed in a division rated on their level. This is a separate competition to the Euro 2020 qualifiers. The leagues today have …

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The Euro 2020 Qualifying Draw Is Coming To Dublin

SAINT PETERSBURG, RUSSIA - JANUARY 19: Deputy Prime Minister of the Russian Federation Vitaly Mutko (L) and UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin speak on stage during the official EURO 2020 logo presentation for the Manege of the First Cadet Corps on January 19, 2017 in Saint Petersburg, Russia. (Photo by Oleg Nikishin - UEFA/UEFA via Getty Images)

Dublin has won the race to host the upcoming Euro 2020 qualifying draw, the FAI have confirmed. Irish football’s governing body confirmed that the draw, which takes place on December 2nd 2018, will take place in Ireland’s capital after it beat off competition from the other 12 Euro 2020 host cities. FAI CEO John Delaney welcomed the news, stating that …

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Cristiano Ronaldo Made A Lot Of History Last Night In Portugal’s Big Win Over The Faroe Islands

Cristiano Ronaldo might be currently suspended at club level, but that hasn’t stopped him from breaking more and more goal-scoring records in international colours. Portugal took on minnows Faroe Islands last night – and Ronaldo didn’t take long to declare his country’s superiority. The Real Madrid man scored after three minutes before going on to grab a hat-trick in a 5-1 win …

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LFP And La Liga Set To Go To War Over €220m Neymar Deal

MIAMI, FL - JULY 29: Neymar #11 of Barcelona after the International Champions Cup El Clásico match between FC Barcelona and Real Madrid at the Hard Rock Stadium on July 29, 2017 in Miami, FL. FC Barcelona won the match with a score of 3 to 2. FC Barcelona was the International Champions Cup winners. (Photo by Ira L. Black/Corbis via Getty Images)

Neymar’s world record move from Barcelona to Paris Saint-Germain is facing one final awkward hurdle before completion. The French side have the finances in place to activate the forward’s astonishing €220m and lawyers representing both club and player headed to La Liga offices on Thursday morning in order to do just that. However, the Spanish league’s governing body flatly rejected …

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