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Cragnotti stands down as Lazio boss

Sergio Cragnotti has resigned as president of cash-strapped Italian First Division club Lazio after 11 years in charge.

Dell: Teams that depend on subsidies should be prepared for changes

The annual grant provided to teams in the M-League is likely to be reviewed after the expiry of Dunhill's contract with the FA of Malaysia (FAM) next year.

Crisis comes a calling, as cash cow says goodbye

All over the world, football is feeling the pinch. TV revenues are down, salaries are skyrocketing and the fans are turning away. The cash crisis has hit football.

Chelsea's Gudjohnsen admits to gambling problem

Chelsea#8217;s Icelandic striker Eidur Gudjohnsen says he lost £400,000 (US$643,500) in five months at the casino after he became sucked into a gambling habit.

FA will not conduct probe on Michael's betting claims

England striker Michael Owen insisted on Sunday while he enjoyed horse racing he was not a reckless gambler.

Farnborough gain pride and cash despite Arsenal defeat

They came, they scored, they certainly didn#8217;t conquer, but tiny Farnborough Town left the home of the English champions with pride intact despite losing 5-1 to Arsenal on Saturday in the FA Cup fourth round.

Leverkusen coach's fate in the balance

The fate of Bayer Leverkusen coach Klaus Toppmoller hangs in the balance this weekend as last year's Bundesliga runners-up struggle against the drop.

Liverpool chief gives under-fire Houllier vote of confidence

Liverpool chief executive Rick Parry on Wednesday gave under-fire manager Gerard Houllier a vote of confidence and pledged that there will be no sale of the club's players, even if they do not clinch a Champions League spot next season.

Reality bites for the big-spenders

Leed United had a dream - to compete with the best in Europe and against the likes of Real Madrid and Manchester United. They borrowed heavily and went on a spending spree. Fro a while it worked. But it's a fickle world. Now, Leeds are forced to sell their players cheaply just to stay in the game. Gambling on success can be costly.

Venables just can't lose, says sacked Leeds boss O'Leary

Sacked Leeds boss David O'Leary believes his successor Terry Venables is in a no-lose situation at the troubled Premiership club.