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Football | Europe

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
Ceferin favourite in Uefa race
Uefa on Wednesday elects a new president after the banning of Michel Platini with Slovenian football leader Aleksander Ceferin the favourite to take on the task of easing tensions with Europe's leading clubs. Read full article
Van Praag talks of backtracking voters
Dutchman Michael van Praag complained of backtracking voters on Tuesday as his rival Aleksander Ceferin appeared to be heading for victory in Wednesday's Uefa presidential election. Read full article
Spartak edge Lokomotiv to go top
Bulgarian playmaker Ivelin Popov scored the only goal as Spartak Moscow beat city rivals Lokomotiv 1-0 on Sunday to go top of the Russian Premier League. Read full article
Traore sends CSKA Moscow top
A brace by Lacina Traore gave reigning Russian champions CSKA Moscow a 3-0 win over visitors Terek Grozny in the first official match at their new CSKA Arena on Saturday. Read full article
Rosicky gets emotional welcome
Tomas Rosicky on Saturday played his first game since leaving Arsenal in the summer and since stumbling off the pitch in the Czech Republic's draw with Croatia at Euro 2016. Read full article
Dembele leads Celtic rout of Rangers
Moussa Dembele grabbed a hat-trick on his debut as Celtic thrashed 10 men Rangers 5-1 at Parkhead in the first Old Firm derby in four years. Read full article
Scotland braced for Old Firm derby
It would be a tough task convincing any Glaswegian that a Celtic versus Rangers Old Firm derby has any serious rival in world football. Read full article
Platini to attend Uefa Congress
Disgraced former Uefa president Michel Platini will attend the Uefa Congress in Athens next week at the invitation of European football's governing body, but paying his own way for a final farewell. Read full article
Bale to break Rush record - Coleman
Wales manager Chris Coleman has backed Gareth Bale to break Ian Rush's national goal-scoring record after his brace inspired the Euro 2016 semifinalists to a 4-0 defeat of Moldova. Read full article
End in sight for Greek lockout
Greek football's top league looks set to finally kick off next weekend as a solution is found to an ongoing referee dispute, the country's deputy sports minister Stavros Kontonis said on Friday. Read full article
Uefa candidates approved by Fifa
The three candidates for the Uefa presidency, Aleksander Ceferin, Michael van Praag and Angel Maria Villar Llona, have all successfully passed Fifa eligibility checks. Read full article
Van Basten quits Dutch job for Fifa
Netherlands assistant coach Marco van Basten is to give up the role by the end of the year as the leadership crisis surrounding the side took another twist on Tuesday. Read full article
No regrets for Keane as he bows out
Retiring Ireland legend Robbie Keane says he would not have swapped a major club honour for his international career. Read full article
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