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Former US prodigy Adu joins Finland's KuPS
Finnish top-flight club Kuopion Palloseura have signed American midfielder Freddy Adu, a player once touted as the brightest young talent in US soccer, but now a journeyman in a European footballing backwater. Read full article
Davor Suker elected to Uefa Exco
Former Croatia striker Davor Suker was elected to Uefa's executive committee on Tuesday and is now one of four ex-professional players on the European confederation's governing body. Read full article
Uefa loves Fifa dearly - Platini
Michel Platini was re-elected as Uefa president for a third term on Tuesday and immediately told delegates not to believe everything they heard about the confederation's relationship with Fifa. Read full article
Platini calls for help to fight racism
Uefa has been left to fend for itself in the battle against racism, violence and match-fixing and needs more help from government authorities, its president Michel Platini said on Tuesday Read full article
'Europe deserves another World Cup spot'
Europe deserves at least one more place at the World Cup and is optimistic that will be granted for the 2018 tournament in Russia, European soccer's governing body Uefa said on Monday. Read full article
Cypriot referees want more protection
There are few more hazardous occupations in world sport at the moment than being a referee in the Cypriot soccer league with officials having suffered six criminal attacks in a year. Read full article
Barca beat Real, United down Reds
Luis Suarez inspired La Liga leaders Barcelona to a 2-1 home triumph over Real Madrid while Man United won at Liverpool in one of the Premier League's most iconic games and Bayern Munich finally lost at home. Read full article
Platini unchallenged as Uefa leader
Michel Platini will on Tuesday be elected to a third term as head of European governing body Uefa, putting him on course to add master sports powerbroker to his status as a football legend. Read full article
Hearts promoted after Rangers win
Hearts were promoted to the Scottish Premiership on Sunday at the first time of asking as Rangers' 2-0 win at Hibernian ensured the Edinburgh club will finish second tier champions. Read full article
Deila thrives on Celtic pressure
Celtic manager Ronny Deila says he is thriving on the pressure of trying to lead his side to their first treble since 2001. Read full article
Celtic extend advantage at the top
Celtic extended their lead at the top of the Scottish Premiership to five points after a comfortable 3-0 victory over Dundee United at Parkhead. Read full article
Denmark coach to quit after Euro 2016
Denmark coach Morten Olsen said on Tuesday he will step down after next year's European championships, when his contract with the Danish Football Association expires. Read full article
Cypriot referee's car torched
A car used by Cypriot referee Leontios Trattos was set on fire early on Tuesday, police said, the second time he has been targeted in just over a year. Read full article
Celtic claim League Cup trophy
Celtic claimed the first silverware of the Scottish season with a comfortable 2-0 win over 10-men Dundee United in the League Cup final on Sunday. Read full article
Fans urge CSKA Sofia to lose to upset rivals
CSKA Sofia may be level on points at the top of the Bulgarian league but some fans have urged the team to lose their next game and send bitter city rivals Levski into the relegation group. Read full article
Rangers appoint McCall as coach
Rangers have turned to another former stalwart to help guide them through their latest period of turbulence by appointing Stuart McCall as manager until the end of the Scottish season. Read full article
Dordrecht name Everse as coach
FC Dordrecht, who are bottom of the Dutch championship, have named former Netherlands international Jan Everse as their coach until the end of the season, the club said. Read full article
Southampton have most profitable youth academy
Southampton have the most profitable youth academy among the clubs in Europe's so-called five big leagues, according to a study published on Monday. Read full article
Controversial Dundee-Celtic tie a draw
Dundee United and Celtic will have to do it all again after their controversial and incident-packed Scottish Cup quarterfinal ended in a 1-1 draw at Tannadice on Sunday. Read full article
Uefa support the idea of Crimean league
European football governing body Uefa have confirmed the approval of the creation of a football league in Crimea, local media reported on Thursday. Read full article
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