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Uefa tempts investors with new rules
Uefa has presented new financial fair play rules easing restrictions on clubs in a bid to tempt investors after a tough three-year campaign to cut sky-high debt in the European game. Read full article
Capello keeps Russia job – for now
Under fire Russia coach Fabio Capello will remain in his job "for the moment", his bosses said on Wednesday although his fate could be sealed within the next two weeks. Read full article
Denmark, Germany reach U21 Euro semis
Denmark and Germany reached the semifinals of the European Under-21 Championship in the Czech Republic after taking the top two spots in Group A on Tuesday. Read full article
Belgian court suspends Uefa FFP measure
A court in Brussels has suspended European football governing body Uefa's plans to continue its imposition of financial fair play (FFP) measures, the two sides revealed on Tuesday. Read full article
Usmanov pays off Capello debts
Billionaire Alisher Usmanov has given the Russian Football Union (RFS) 300 million roubles ($5.56 million) to pay salary arrears owed to the coach of the national team, Fabio Capello. Read full article
Fabio facing sack as Russia boss
Under-fire Fabio Capello's reign as Russia manager looks doomed after the country's sports minister said a decision on the Italian's future had already been taken. Read full article
Fenerbahce, Besiktas name new managers
Two of Turkey's top sides named new managers for the coming season on Thursday, with Besiktas appointing former national coach Senol Gunes and Fenerbahce the Portuguese Vitor Pereira. Read full article
Ronaldo tops marketing charts
Cristiano Ronaldo remains Europe's and the world's most marketable footballer known by more than 80 percent of people around the world, according to a study released on Thursday. Read full article
Dutch FA reviewing 1996 Nike deal
The Dutch Football Association KNVB said on Wednesday it was reviewing its 1996 national team sponsorship deal with Nike after corruption allegations by US investigators against a US sportswear company. Read full article
Ireland's Keane, O'Neill in car crash
The Republic of Ireland football management team, including Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane, were examined by doctors on Tuesday after their vehicle was involved in a crash in Dublin. Read full article
Turkish club confirm Baxter capture
Turkish side Genclerbirligi on Tuesday confirmed they have agreed a deal with former Kaizer Chiefs coach Stuart Baxter to lead the team next season. Read full article
Belgium hang on to beat France
Belgium lived up to their billing as second only to world champions Germany in the Fifa rankings with a tougher than expected 4-3 victory over France, at the Stade de France in Paris on Sunday. Read full article
Debutants on form in Russian warm-up win
Goals from Alexander Golovin and Alexei Miranchuk helped Russia to a 4-2 victory over Belarus as Fabio Capello's side warmed-up for their Euro 2016 qualifier against Austria with a late blast of three goals. Read full article
Celtic to face old boy Moyes in friendly
Scottish champions Celtic have announced three pre-season friendlies, including a match against a Real Sociedad team managed by former Hoops defender David Moyes. Read full article
Capello to sue former RFS president
Russia coach Fabio Capello will take legal action against the former president of the Russian Football Union Nikolay Tolstykh, the Italian's son and agent said on Wednesday. Read full article
Police probe trouble in Rangers play-off
Police in Scotland are set to launch an investigation into the shameful scenes which marred Motherwell's Scottish Premiership play-off final win over Rangers at Fir Park on Sunday. Read full article
Rangers' Premiership hopes ended
Rangers face another season outside the top flight of Scottish football after Motherwell thrashed them 3-0 at Fir Park to secure a 6-1 aggregate win in their Premiership play-off final on Sunday. Read full article
CSKA take final Champions League spot
CSKA Moscow's 1-1 draw with Rostov on Saturday saw them edge FC Krasnodar for Russia's second Champions League spot. Read full article
Uefa to meet amid Fifa probe
Uefa chief Michel Platini said Wednesday in Warsaw the European organisation's executive committee would meet in the afternoon amid corruption allegations against high-ranking Fifa officials. Read full article
Motherwell last barrier to Rangers return
Rangers assistant manager Kenny Black says the club's players are proving their doubters wrong as they prepare for the first leg of their crucial playoff final against Motherwell. Read full article
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