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AC Milan given until 2021 to break even or face European ban

ZURICH (Reuters) - AC Milan have 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.


Trophies matter, insists Mourinho ahead of Liverpool clash

(Reuters) - Liverpool may be top of the Premier League but Manchester United manager Jose Mourinho said that it is trophies in the cabinet that count ahead of the sides' showdown at Anfield on Sunday.


Fenerbahce sign former coach Yanal in 1-1/2 year deal

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Fenerbahce have appointed former coach Ersun Yanal as their new manager after parting ways with Phillip Cocu just months after recruiting him, the Turkish club said on Friday.


Gattuso says Milan have only themselves to blame for Europa exit

MILAN (Reuters) - AC Milan coach Gennaro Gattuso said his team had nobody to blame but themselves after they lost 3-1 at Olympiakos Piraeus and were knocked out of the Europa League in the group stage.


Arsenal's Koscielny finds his smile on return from injury

(Reuters) - Arsenal captain Laurent Koscielny said he finally had a smile back on his face after making a successful comeback from a seven-month injury layoff in Thursday's 1-0 Europa League victory over Qarabag.


Guendogan feels Man City team mate Sterling's pain

(Reuters) - The alleged racist abuse of Manchester City's Raheem Sterling by Chelsea fans has rekindled bitter memories for his club mate Ilkay Guendogan, who suffered similar treatment during the World Cup earlier this year.


West Ham's Wilshere faces spell out with ankle injury

(Reuters) - West Ham United midfielder Jack Wilshere has sustained an ankle injury, putting him in doubt for a busy run of Premier League fixtures this month, manager Manuel Pellegrini has said.


Australia to assess extent of Mooy's knee injury

WELLINGTON (Reuters) - Football Federation Australia (FFA) have decided to assess the extent of midfielder Aaron Mooy's knee injury, after his English Premier League side Huddersfield Town ruled him out of the Asian Cup.


French league postpones five more games following protests

PARIS (Reuters) - Five top-flight French soccer matches have been postponed this weekend due to security concerns following anti-government protests, depleting the league program for the second week in a row, Ligue 1 said on Thursday.


Chelsea condemn alleged anti-Semitic chanting against Vidi

(Reuters) - Chelsea said fans found guilty of racism would face the strongest possible action following allegations of anti-Semitic chanting by their supporters during their final Europa League group game against Vidi FC in Budapest on Thursday.