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Football | Champions League

Monaco cruise, Fenerbahce held
Layvin Kurzawa starred as last season's Champions League quarterfinalists Monaco took a big step towards the play-off round of this season's Champions League on Tuesday with a 3-1 win away at Young Boys. Read full article
Ajax join UCL with the minnows
Ajax Amsterdam find themselves among the pre-qualifiers for the Champions League this year as Dutch football pays the price for its declining record in continental competition. Read full article
Fener hope for Van Persie effect
The marquee signing of Robin van Persie has underlined Fenerbahce's determination to compete with the best in Europe again, but they face a tough task. Read full article
Barca fined over pro-Catalan flags
Uefa has fined Barcelona €30 000 after fans displayed pro-Catalan independence flags at last month's Champions League final in Berlin. Read full article
Chelsea fans banned over racism
Five Chelsea fans have been banned from all football matches for up to five years over an incident of racism in Paris in February, in court proceedings that concluded on Wednesday. Read full article
Tricky UCL ties for Shakhtar, Monaco
Robin van Persie's new team Fenerbahce have a tough date with Shakhtar Donetsk while Monaco must overcome Swiss outfit Young Boys to reach the Champions League play-offs. Read full article
UCL hopefuls target €12m windfall
Some of Europe's top clubs are on tenterhooks as they await the Champions League third qualifying round draw in Nyon, Switzerland, on Friday, with a €12m group stage prize at stake. Read full article
Penalty squabble irks Celtic manager
Celtic manager Ronny Deila accused his team of lacking professionalism after two of them argued over who should take a crucial penalty in the Champions League second qualifying round tie against Stjarnan. Read full article
The New Saints open UCL with win
Welsh domestic treble winners The New Saints FC beat Faroese champions B36 Torshavn 2-1 with a last-gasp goal on Wednesday to conclude the first legs of the opening round of Champions League qualifying. Read full article
Barca probed over independence flags
Uefa has opened a disciplinary proceeding against Barcelona over the use of pro-Catalan independence flags during the Spanish giant's Champions League final win against Juventus last month. Read full article
Olympiakos UCL spot safe for now
Olympiakos Piraeus are keeping their spot in the Champions League for the time being despite investigations in Greece into the club's owner Vangelis Marinakis, Uefa said on Tuesday. Read full article
Cardiff to host 2017 UCL final
The Millennium Stadium in Cardiff will host the 2017 Champions League final, Uefa general secretary Gianni Infantino announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Minnows take shot at UCL glory
Football these days never seems to stop, and the Champions League returns on Tuesday, a mere 24 days after Barcelona's thrilling final win against Juventus. Read full article
Stjarnan draw no laughing matter for Celtic
Former European Cup winners Celtic must face Stjarnan, a team once best known for their outrageous goal celebrations, in the Champions League qualifiers. Read full article
Juve still have bright future - Morata
Juventus's disappointment after losing 3-1 to Barcelona in the UCL final was plain to see but once the dust settles on one of the great European showpiece matches there will be lots of positives to reflect on. Read full article
Barca complain over fans' treatment
Barcelona have complained to Uefa over delays and poor facilities provided by German authorities for fans flying back to Spain in the early hours of Sunday morning after the Champions League final. Read full article
Barcelona eye more history
Luis Enrique says Barcelona aim to become the first team to defend the Champions League title as the head coach considers his future despite steering them to an historic treble. Read full article
Ter Stegen impresses boss Loew
Marc-Andre Ter Stegen has boosted his chances of playing for the world champions after the Barcelona goalkeeper impressed Germany coach Joachim Loew in his side's Champions League final victory. Read full article
Juve lost to the world's best team - Buffon
Gianluigi Buffon insists his Juventus side lost to the 'world's best team' in their 3-1 Champions League defeat against Barcelona after the Italian champions were outgunned. Read full article
Buffon aims to play until 40
Juventus goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon said he is ready to keep playing for another three seasons to acheive some "dreams" even though he will then be past 40. Read full article
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