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Right time for Rangers' return
In the aftermath of Rangers' failed bid to win promotion to the top flight through the playoffs last season, Barry Ferguson was roundly panned for suggesting the club may benefit from staying in second tier. Read full article
Hulk sets Zenit win over CSKA
A brace by Brazilian sharpshooter Hulk fired Russian reigning champions Zenit St Petersburg to a 2-0 win over visitors CSKA Moscow on Sunday to keep alive their hopes of retaining the title. Read full article
Ajax cruise back to top spot
Ajax Amsterdam returned to the top of the Dutch league after a comfortable 3-0 home victory over PEC Zwolle on Sunday, the first match they had played since the death of club hero Johan Cruyff. Read full article
Dutch Ajax fans pay tribute to Cruyff
Hundreds of Dutch football fans on Sunday paid further tribute to legendary late player Johan Cruyff, marching between two Amsterdam stadiums ahead of a match by his old team Ajax. Read full article
Double Dutch delight for Van Ginkel
Marco van Ginkel struck twice as PSV Eindhoven won for the first time in four matches on Saturday, beating AZ Alkmaar 4-2 to go one point clear at the top of the Dutch league. Read full article
Rostov beat Spartak to go top in Russia
Angolan defender Jacinto Bastos and Ecuadorian midfielder Christian Noboa both scored early in a 2-0 win over 10-man Spartak Moscow on Saturday which put Rostov top of the Russian league. Read full article
Turkey fire another warning with win
Turkey fired another warning to their Euro 2016 rivals when Arda Turan scored with a delightful lob to give them a 2-1 win away to fellow qualifiers Austria on Tuesday. Read full article
McShane own-goal keeps Irish in check
Paul McShane's own-goal denied the Republic of Ireland a win over Slovakia in Dublin as both sides used Tuesday's 2-2 draw to fine-tune their preparations for Euro 2016. Read full article
Ritchie helps Scotland edge Denmark
Scotland earned a second successive victory as Matt Ritchie's early goal saw off Denmark at Hampden Park on Tuesday. Read full article
Ibrahimovic returns as Sweden draw
Sweden, buoyed by the return of captain Zlatan Ibrahimovic, drew 1-1 with the Czech Republic as both sides continued their preparations for Euro 2016 with a warm-up friendly on Tuesday. Read full article
Toothless Switzerland lose to Bosnia
Switzerland's Euro 2016 preparations suffered a fresh setback when they gave another toothless display and lost 2-0 at home to Bosnia on Tuesday, their second defeat without scoring in five days. Read full article
Clubs fined for breaking rules
Four clubs have been fined for breaching Fifa rules which ban third parties from influencing transfer policy or from owning players, soccer's world governing body said on Tuesday. Read full article
CSKA to unveil Stoichkov statue
CSKA Sofia will unveil a statue of former European footballer of the year Hristo Stoichkov at their stadium where thousands of supporters queued to get into the ground during his trophy-laden spell at the club. Read full article
Pellegrini touted for Zenit job
Manuel Pellegrini can take Zenit to another level if the Chilean decides to take over as manager of the Russian club at the end of the season, according to former Man United winger Andrei Kanchelskis. Read full article
Washington helps N Ireland make history
Northern Ireland made it a record 10 matches unbeaten as Conor Washington underlined his case for a place at Euro 2016 with the goal that clinched a 1-0 friendly win over Slovenia on Monday. Read full article
Yarmolenko sinks Wales in Ukraine
Andriy Yarmolenko's well-taken goal handed Ukraine a 1-0 win over Wales in Kiev on Monday in the final fixture before both sides name their 23-man squads for the European Championship. Read full article
Deschamps focusing on Euro 2016
Didier Deschamps admitted that last November's attacks were on everyone's minds on the eve of his side's return to the Stade de France. Read full article
Football is not afraid - Santos
Portugal coach Fernando Santos insisted "football is not afraid" ahead of Tuesday's friendly against Belgium in Leiria, a week after the Brussels terror attacks left 35 people dead and hundreds more injured. Read full article
Blind hails 'legend' Cruyff
Late Dutch great Johan Cruyff remains a legendary figure even for players from his country who never saw him play, Netherlands defender Daley Blind said on Monday. Read full article
Ajax set up Cruyff condolences book
The players and staff of Ajax paid homage to their former forward and coach Johan Cruyff on Monday, describing him as their "all time great" and signing a book of condolences. Read full article
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