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Marseille move to second with dominant victory
Olympique de Marseille climbed above Paris St Germain into second-place in Ligue 1 with an emphatic 6-1 victory at struggling Toulouse on Friday to reignite their title challenge. Read full article
Stuttgart held at home by Hertha Berlin
Bundesliga bottom club VfB Stuttgart missed the chance to improve their situation by being held to a dismal goalless draw at home by Hertha Berlin on Friday Read full article
Evans denies spitting charge
Manchester United defender Jonny Evans has denied a Football Association (FA) charge of spitting at Newcastle United forward Papiss Cisse, the governing body said on Twitter on Friday Read full article
Lega to loan Parma 5 million euros
The Italian professional football league (Lega) on Friday voted in favour of loaning Parma five million euros in a bid to help the cash-strapped Serie A side see out the remainder of the season. Read full article
'Wembley should be reserved for final'
Liverpool are just one game away from playing at Wembley Stadium in the FA Cup– but their manager Brendan Rodgers rather wishes they were not. Read full article
Flying Eagles seek 7th African title
Exactly a week after the 2015 Africa Junior Championships ended in Niamey, Niger Republic, the U20 Africa Youth Championship will start in Dakar, Senegal. Read full article
Porto keep the pressure on Benfica
FC Porto kept the pressure on Portuguese leaders Benfica with a 1-0 win over Sporting Braga on Friday, Cristian Tello's second-half goal giving the visitors the win. Read full article
Bournemouth sweep back to the top
Bournemouth stormed back to the top of the Championship with a scintillating 5-1 rout of Fulham at Craven Cottage on Friday. Read full article
Gabadinho, Ng’ambi dropped
Malawcoach Young Chimodzi has dropped Blomfontein Celtic striker Frank Gabadinho Mhango and Platinum Stars’ injured midfielder Robert Ng’ambi from this March 28 friendly match in Tanzania Read full article
Marseille back with a bang in title race
Marseille's swashbuckling 6-1 away win at Toulouse on Friday put them firmly back in the Ligue 1 title race after coach Marcelo Bielsa rang the changes. Read full article
Stuttgart held at home by Hertha
VfB Stuttgart were held 0-0 at home by Hertha Berlin on Friday to stay anchored to the foot of the Bundesliga and leave coach Huub Stevens' future at the former champions in doubt. Read full article
Fifa writes to FKF, KPL
Following stand off between Football Kenya Federation (FKF) and Kenyan Premier League (KPL) that has seen Kenyan football reduced to local courts, Fifa has written to both parties. Read full article
Rwanda, South Africa friendly postponed
The Rwanda U-23 national football team friendly with South Africa U-23 side has been postponed to July 25 in Johannesburg. Read full article
Giggs slams van Gaal rift rumours
Manchester United assistant manager Ryan Giggs rubbished talk of a rift in his relationship with Old Trafford boss Louis van Gaal on Friday. Read full article
Dull outings as giants fire blanks
The Uganda Premier League (UPL) was a dull affair as the only games played on Friday failed to produce goals. Read full article
Celtic dent Wits title hopes
Bidvest Wits’ slim Absa Premiership title hopes were dealt a big blow on Friday night when they were beaten 1-0 in Johannesburg by Bloemfontein Celtic. Read full article
Evans denies FA spitting charge
Manchester United defender Jonny Evans has denied a Football Association (FA) charge of spitting at Newcastle United forward Papiss Cisse, the governing body said on Twitter on Friday. Read full article
Banyana outsmart Belgium
Banyana Banyana recorded a 1-0 victory over Belgium in their second match of Group C in the Cyprus Women's Cup on Friday at the Paralimni Stadium. Read full article
Scot to lead Gibraltar into clash with Scotland
Little known Scotsman David Wilson will lead Gibraltar out as their interim head coach at Hampden Park in their Euro 2016 qualifier against Scotland later this month. Read full article
League to loan Parma 5 million euros
The Italian professional football league (Lega) on Friday voted in favour of loaning Parma five million euros in a bid to help the cash-strapped Serie A side see out the remainder of the season. Read full article
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