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Levski fans accuse CSKA coach of feigning unconsciousness
Levski Sofia fans have accused bitter city rivals CSKA's coach Stoycho Mladenov of feigning unconsciousness when he was hit in the head by a snowball. Read full article
Olympiakos take honours in derby win
Olympiakos Piraeus edged a disappointing derby 1-0 at home against arch rivals Panathinaikos on Sunday with visiting coach Giannis Anastasiou sent off in the second half. Read full article
PSV win big to restore four-point lead
PSV Eindhoven restored their four-point lead at the top of the Dutch Eredivisie with three early goals in a comfortable 5-1 win at 10-man FC Utrecht on Sunday. Read full article
Gattuso resigns as OFI Crete coach
Gennaro Gattuso has resigned as coach of Greek Super League club OFI Crete after seven matches, the former Italy and AC Milan midfielder said on Sunday. Read full article
Ajax down Go Ahead Eagles
Ajax Amsterdam secured their first league win in three games and maintained their perfect home record against Go Ahead Eagles with a 3-1 victory at the Amsterdam Arena on Saturday. Read full article
Romania struggling to fill coaching post
Another manager has turned down Romania's offer to coach the national team as the country races against time to fill the empty post before next month's Euro 2016 qualifier against Northern Ireland. Read full article
Euro clubs campaign against Qatar winter World Cup
Top European football clubs and championships are stepping up a campaign to block efforts to move the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to the winter months. Read full article
Platini hits out at 'insulting' Caf allegations
Uefa president Michel Platini has reacted angrily to a suggestion that he is interfering in the affairs of African football and denied calling for the continent's Nations Cup to be postponed. Read full article
Italian FA chief barred from Uefa
Italian federation president Carlo Tavecchio has been barred from the next Uefa Congress and from holding any position with European soccer's governing body for six months over an alleged racist comment. Read full article
Blues sink Arsenal again, Barca march on
Eden Hazard and Diego Costa both scored for Chelsea as the Premier League leaders beat Arsenal 2-0 in a fiery London derby, while Barcelona and Real Madrid were again in fine form. Read full article
RFS denies Capello to quit
The Russian Football Union has denied any rift between its chief Nikolay Tolstykh and head coach Fabio Capello after reports that the Italian was preparing to quit. Read full article
Hulk suffers racial abuse in Russia
The Russian Premier League was rocked by a second instance of racial abuse in less than a week when it was confirmed that Zenit St Petersburg forward Hulk was the target of monkey chants. Read full article
Celtic secure scrappy win over St Mirren
John Guidetti grabbed a double to secure Celtic a narrow 2-1 win over second bottom St Mirren in a scrappy Scottish Premiership encounter at New St Mirren Park on Saturday. Read full article
Karagounis agrees to take Greece job
Former Greece captain Giorgos Karagounis has agreed to take on a role in the national team set-up, the Hellenic Football Federation (EPO) said on Friday. Read full article
Sa Pinto takes charge of Greece's Atromitos
Former Portugal international Ricardo Sa Pinto has been appointed coach of Atromitos, the Greek Super League club said on Wednesday. < Read full article
Ludogorets bounce back in style
Ludogorets recovered from their loss at Liverpool in their Champions League group-stage debut in midweek by thrashing Litex Lovech 4-1 at home in the Bulgarian league on Sunday. Read full article
Ajax beat Feyenoord but PSV stay top
Ricardo van Rhijn scored an early goal to hand champions Ajax Amsterdam an away victory over Feyenoord on Sunday but four goals from PSV ensured they remained the front runners in the Dutch league. Read full article
Heerenveen miss out on chance to go top
Heerenveen took an early lead at Vitesse Arnhem but were held to a 1-1 draw and missed out on a chance to top the Dutch league standings on Saturday. Read full article
Ukraine calls on Fifa, Uefa to suspend Russia
The Ukrainian football federation has appealed to Fifa and Uefa to impose the highest possible sanctions on the Russian Football Union over what it describes as gross violation of football regulations. Read full article
Injured Schone to miss Dutch classic
Free-kick specialist Lasse Schone will miss Ajax Amsterdam's key Dutch league clash against Feyenoord at the weekend with a hamstring injury, coach Frank de Boer said. Read full article
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