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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
Celtic lacked fight in defeat - Deila
Celtic manager Ronny Deila bemoaned his side's lack of fight as they slipped to a shock 1-0 defeat to St Johnstone at Celtic Park on Wednesday. Read full article
Cash-strapped Twente docked points
Twente Enschede were deducted three points by the Dutch football association (KNVB) on Wednesday after failing to put their financial affairs back in order following a brush with bankruptcy. Read full article
Karembeu trusts Uefa on top of racism
Olympiakos strategic advisor Christian Karembeu expressed his confidence Tuesday that Uefa are getting to grips with racism in football after suffering abuse during the recent Greek derby against Panathinaikos. Read full article
Olympiakos boss fines players
Olympiakos president Evangelos Marinakis on Monday fined the team 500 000 for disappointing performances and called on them to make a "sacrifice" to win trophies or leave. Read full article
Real held, Bayern cruise, Chelsea win Cup
Real Madrid were held to a 1-1 draw at home by Villarreal on Sunday to leave them just two points ahead of Barcelona in the La Liga standings. Read full article
Ajax snap PSV's unbeaten run
Champions Ajax Amsterdam snapped runaway leaders PSV Eindhoven's 17-match unbeaten streak in the Dutch league with a 3-1 victory in the top-of-the-table clash on Sunday. Read full article
Celtic beat Dons in top of the table clash
Celtic gave their title hopes a major boost as they thrashed nearest challengers Aberdeen 4-0 at Parkhead on Sunday to open up a six point gap at the top of the Scottish Premiership. Read full article
Liverpool escape financial fair-play fine
Liverpool have satisfied Uefa's new financial fair-play regulations but European football's governing body fined four other clubs including Hull City on Friday. Read full article
Serbian player threatened at gun point
A player with Serbian top flight club Novi Pazar was threatened by the team's own supporters at gunpoint after missing a penalty, the world players' union FIFPro said on Thursday. Read full article
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