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United's on-field slipups fail to slow financial juggernaut
English soccer club Manchester United forecast revenue for 2018-19 to rise to record levels, helped by increased broadcasting revenue as a result of UEFA’s new revenue distribution system coming into effect.
Economic benefits key to Turkish Euro 2024 plans, bid chief says
Turkey deserves to host the 2024 European Championship because it represents a “new frontier” that will bring great economic gains, the vice-president of the Turkish football federation said.
UEFA to judge Ronaldo red card case next week
Cristiano Ronaldo should learn next Thursday if he is banned from playing at former club Manchester United in the Champions League.
UEFA planning third European club competition from 2021
UEFA is set to launch a third European club competition from the start of the 2021/22 season, European Club Association (ECA) President Andrea Agnelli confirmed.
European coaches calling on UEFA to review away goals rule
Some of Europe’s highest-profile club coaches, including José Mourinho, have called upon UEFA to review the use of the away goals rule in continental competitions because scoring away from home is not as difficult as it used to be.
UEFA: VAR in Champions League only from 2019-20 season
UEFA is set to wait until next season before introducing Video Assistant Referees (VAR) in the Champions League, although it is still not ruling out having it in this season's final, president Aleksander Ceferin said on Friday.
UEFA president 'worried' over use of VAR at World Cup
UEFA President Aleksander Ceferin expressed concern over the decision to employ the video replay system (VAR) at the 2018 World Cup, saying the technology still needed more testing before it can be considered for use in the Champions League.
UEFA rejects Milan’s voluntary agreement
AC Milan's application for a voluntary agreement to restructure its finances has been rejected by UEFA's independent Club Financial Control Body.
UEFA charges Evra for Cantona-kick at Marseille fan
UEFA have charged Olympique Marseille defender Patrice Evra with violent conduct after a scuffle between the player and a club supporter before a Europa League game at Vitoria Guimaraes in Portugal, European soccer's governing body said on Friday.
UEFA opens racism case against Spartak after Liverpool youth game
UEFA opened disciplinary proceedings against Spartak Moscow over alleged racist abuse directed at Liverpool winger Bobby Adekanye.
Cologne, Arsenal charged by UEFA for fan problems
Cologne and Arsenal were both charged by UEFA following incidents during Thursday's Europa League match.
PSG has ‘nothing to hide’, club president insists
Paris Saint-Germain will welcome UEFA into its offices as the governing body investigates the club over potential breaches of its Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.
UEFA opens FFP investigation into PSG’s transfer activity
UEFA announced a formal investigation into the multi-million pound transfer window spending of Paris Saint- Germain, and whether it has complied with financial fair play (FFP) rules requiring clubs to break even.
UEFA to sideline referee Aytekin after Barcelona win over PSG
Deniz Aytekin is set to be sidelined by UEFA after the referee came under pressure for several decisions in Barcelona’s 6-1 win over Paris Saint-Germain.
UEFA gives Barca no chance of reaching UCL quarters
UEFA published a curious study which looks at historic results to work out the probabilities of each team making it through to the Champions League quarterfinals, and Barcelona is the least likely team to.

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