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UEFA chief calls reported world league plan 'far-fetched' and 'insane'
A proposal to create a two-division world soccer league for leading clubs is “far-fetched” and “insane”, UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said in a statement.
Manchester City's appeal against financial probe thrown out
Manchester City’s attempt to halt a UEFA investigation into allegations that the club breached financial fair play (FFP) regulations failed after its appeal to the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) was thrown out on Friday.
Klopp calls for VAR changes
Jurgen Klopp called for changes to the way the VAR system is used after the controversy surrounding Liverpool’s victory over Manchester City on Sunday.
Kosovo, Russia teams to be kept apart in European competitions
Teams from Kosovo and Russia will be kept apart in UEFA competitions indefinitely because of security risks, European soccer’s governing body said.
UEFA punishes Lazio with partial stadium closure for fan behavior
Lazio's stadium will be partly closed for its Europa League game against Celtic next month as punishment for racist behavior by the Italian fans.
Platini free to return to football but Qatar investigation goes on
Former UEFA president Michel Platini is finally free to return to football next week when his four-year ban for ethics violations ends, although he remains linked to a corruption investigation in his home country relating to the 2022 World Cup in Qatar.
Platini detained over award of 2022 World Cup to Qatar
The banned former UEFA president and France football legend Michel Platini has been detained in connection with a criminal investigation into alleged corruption relating to FIFA’s decision to host the 2022 World Cup in Qatar, French justice sources confirmed.
UEFA adopts 'fan-first' ticketing policy for Euro 2020
UEFA has adopted a “fan-first” ticketing policy for Euro 2020 with a record three million tickets available to supporters, European soccer’s governing body announced on Sunday.
Manchester City could face UEFA ban from Champions League
UEFA investigators want Manchester City to be banned from the Champions League for a season if the English side is found guilty of breaking financial rules.
UEFA probes Ronaldo for 'improper conduct' over goal celebration
UEFA on Monday opened an investigation into Cristiano Ronaldo's goal celebration after scoring a hat-trick in Juventus' Champions League comeback win against Atletico Madrid last week.
Manchester City blasts ‘false accusations’ as UEFA opens FFP probe
UEFA on Thursday announced it were opening an investigation into whether or not Manchester City broke Financial Fair Play rules, a breach that could lead to a devastating Champions League ban.
UEFA hits three clubs with sanctions for breaking FFP rules
Three clubs have been sanctioned by UEFA for breaching Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations, with two facing a one season-ban from continental competition unless they make overdue payments.
Milan given until 2021 to break even or face European ban
AC Milan has been given until June 2021 to comply with UEFA’s break even Financial Fair Play rule or face a one-season ban from European matches, European soccer’s governing body said on Friday.
Man City may face CL ban after UEFA FFP investigation
Manchester City could be banned from the Champions League, perhaps as early as next season, as UEFA looks set to take strong action should the club be found to have flouted Financial Fair Play (FFP) rules.
UEFA approve new European club competition from 2021
European soccer’s governing body approved the creation of a third-tier UEFA club competition on Sunday, a tournament which will mirror the current Champions League and Europa League format from 2021.

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