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Football | Europe

Rangers aim to lift sense of gloom
Scottish giants Rangers' return to the top tier is proving a rude awakening to those fans who thought they would be automatically challenging bitter rivals Celtic for the Premiership title. Read full article
Leaders Spartak regroup for Zenit
Russian Premier League table-toppers Spartak Moscow hope to bounce back from last week's 1-0 home defeat to minnows Ufa when they visit Zenit St Petersburg on Sunday. Read full article
Croatia's age-old foes united by hatred
A north-south antagonism, a duel between the prosperous capital and a poorer port city: as ever, Sunday's Croatian derby between age-old rivals Dinamo Zagreb and Hajduk Split promises high tension Read full article
Matchfixing a vital battle to win - Garcia
Combating match-fixing in football is absolutely crucial for the integrity of the sport, says Emilio Garcia Uefa's head of disciplinary and integrity matters. Read full article
Furious Warburton hits out at referee
Rangers manager Mark Warburton slammed the decision to award Aberdeen a free-kick that led to the Dons grabbing a last-gasp winner at Pittodrie in their Scottish Premiership clash on Sunday. Read full article
Mutko wins Russia FA elections
Russian sports minister Vitaly Mutko has won a new four-year term as President of the Russian Football Union (RFU) following elections in Moscow on Saturday. Read full article
Rangers brace themselves for clash
This weekend will see the return of one of Scottish football's nastiest fixtures and no one is looking forward to it more than the Rangers players, manager Mark Warburton says. Read full article
Spartak seek title boost after cup flop
Spartak Moscow will this weekend look to bounce back from an embarrassing cup defeat and consolidate their lead at the top of the Russian Premier League. Read full article
Dutch Cup matches to further trial VAR
Two Dutch Cup matches this week will serve as the backdrop for the first live testing of a Video Assistant Referee (VAR) as football takes another step closer to the introduction of technology. Read full article
Antalyaspor drop Eto'o in racism row
Turkish top flight club Antalyaspor said on Wednesday that their star striker Samuel Eto'o would be left out of the squad until further notice in a bitter row over comments on social media. Read full article
Platini set for Uefa compensation
Ex-Uefa president Michel Platini could receive a cash compensation from European football's governing body, even though he is serving a four-year suspension for corruption. Read full article
Barton probed over betting breach
Embattled Rangers midfielder Joey Barton is under investigation after allegedly breaking betting rules, British media outlets reported on Tuesday. Read full article
Rangers suspend Barton for three weeks
Joey Barton's future with Rangers was thrown into doubt after the Scottish giants suspended him for three weeks on Monday following a training-ground bust-up. Read full article
Kranjcar quits as Zagreb coach
Former Croatia coach Zlatko Kranjcar quit as Dynamo Zagreb coach late Sunday after a run of three defeats for the Croatian league champions. Read full article
Celtic denied by Fisher late show
Inverness Caledonian Thistle substitute Alex Fisher struck an 89th-minute winner to deny Scottish Premiership leaders Celtic victory in a 2-2 draw on Sunday. Read full article
Rangers slump continues with draw
A Rangers side without outcast Joey Barton failed to bounce back from their 5-1 humbling by bitter rivals Celtic last weekend as they could only draw 0-0 in the Scottish Premiership on Saturday. Read full article
Spartak stretch lead in Russia
Nine-time Russian champions Spartak Moscow scored within 120 seconds as they beat promoted Orenburg 3-1 away on Friday to stretch their lead at the top of the Premier League. Read full article
High hopes, doubts for Uefa's new boss
Aleksander Ceferin started his first day in charge of Uefa on Thursday facing big decisions, high hopes and some doubts over how a little-known official from Slovenia could become president. Read full article
Ceferin elected new Uefa president
Aleksander Ceferin, the president of Slovenia's football federation, was overwhelmingly elected as the new head of European soccer's governing body Uefa at an extraordinary Congress on Wednesday. Read full article
My conscience is clear - Platini
Disgraced football leader Michel Platini said on Wednesday in a farewell speech to Uefa that he felt no guilt over a $2 million payment from Fifa that has seen him suspended for four years. Read full article
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