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Scrap transfer window - Bale's agent
One of European football's leading player agents says the transfer window should be scrapped and deals permitted throughout the season. Read full article
Rummenigge fails to understand FFP rule
Uefa's break-even rule known as Financial Fair Play is so complex that even European club boss and Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge struggles to explain it. Read full article
Rummenigge, Agnelli to join Uefa exco
Bayern Munich chief executive Karl-Heinz Rummenigge and Juventus president Andrea Agnelli are set to join Uefa's executive committee, the European Club Association (ECA) said on Tuesday. Read full article
AVB handed six-match ban
Zenit St Petersburg coach Andre Villas-Boas has been hit with a six-match touchline ban from Russian Premier League games after arguing with a fourth official, the club said on Thursday. Read full article
Wales overtake England in rankings
Wales moved above their more illustrious neighbours England in Fifa's soccer world rankings for the first time on Thursday, their ninth-placed spot putting them one ahead of the English. Read full article
CSKA extend winning run to seven
Russian Premier League leaders CSKA Moscow on Sunday beat struggling Kuban Krasnodar 1-0 to extend their winning run at the start of the season to seven matches. Read full article
Celtic aim to dispel Euro hurt
Celtic will need to put their European disappointment behind them as they return to Scottish Premiership duty on Saturday when they host St Johnstone. Read full article
Platini avoids Fifa talk
Michel Platini is in his final term as Uefa president regardless of whether he wins next year's Fifa election, the Frenchman said on Friday. Read full article
Benfica demand €7.5m from ex-coach
Benfica are demanding €7.5 million compensation from former coach Jorge Jesus who joined bitter rivals Sporting Lisbon last June, a club official told Portguese daily Expresso on Monday. Read full article
Delia positive ahead of Malmo clash
Celtic manager Ronny Deila says he isn't concerned by his side's slack finish to their 4-2 win over Inverness Caledonian Thistle ahead of the first leg of their crucial Champions League play-off against Malmo Read full article
Chelsea woe; Bayern, PSG look strong
Manchester City sent a strong signal to Chelsea that they are determined to regain their Premier League crown after thrashing the Premier League champions 3-0. Read full article
Lokomotiv frustrated in Terek stalemate
Lokomotiv Moscow missed the chance to move into second spot in the Russian Premier League when they were held to a 0-0 draw by Terek Grozny on Sunday. Read full article
Narsingh double gives PSV first win
Luciano Narsingh scored twice as champions PSV Eindhoven beat Groningen 2-0 in their first home match of the new Dutch league season on Sunday. Read full article
El Ghazi at the double again for Ajax
Anwar El Ghazi grabbed another double as Ajax Amsterdam registered a second successive 3-0 victory in the Dutch league, against Willem II Tilburg on Saturday. Read full article
Zenit lose ground on CSKA after defeat
Reigning champions Zenit St Petersburg missed the chance to join CSKA Moscow at the top of the Russian Premier League after suffering a 2-0 home defeat to FC Krasnodar on Saturday. Read full article
Armstrong double gives Celtic Euro lift
Stuart Armstrong grabbed a double as Celtic warmed up for their crucial Champions League qualifier against Malmo with a 4-2 defeat of Inverness Caledonian Thistle on Saturday. Read full article
Turkey kicks off a star-studded season
Fenerbahce have set their sights on winning their 20th league title in Turkey as they kick off the season on Friday, aiming to draw level with arch rivals Galatasaray. Read full article
Ludogorets set to sack coach Ribeiro
Ludogorets are set to terminate the contract of their Portuguese coach Bruno Ribeiro following a series of disappointing results with controversial Eduard Eranosyan joining the coaching stuff. Read full article
Swedish ref forced to shut Facebook page
Swedish referee Mohammed Al-Hakim, who started a Facebook page to give fans an insight into his world, has announced he is to shut the page down. Read full article
Blatter urges Europe to revisit foreign player limits
Outgoing Fifa president Sepp Blatter wants European football to look again at stricter limits on foreigners, saying each club should have six players in their starting line-ups. Read full article
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