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A hotly disputed Freddie Ljungberg goal and a wonder save on his 1,000th appearance by David Seaman put defending champion Arsenal into the FA Cup final for the third season in a row yesterday in 1-0 victory over division one Sheffield United.
UEFA fined England a record 150,000 Swiss francs (US$110,600) for the racist abuse and crowd trouble at a Euro 2004 qualifier against Turkey last month.
England escaped the only punishment they feared on Thursday when UEFA decided not to force them to play behind closed doors following the racism and disorder at last month#8217;s game against Turkey in Sunderland.
Italy were simply clinical. England can be considered lucky while it was pain for Spain on a night of European football that saw intense displays of skilful football, sportmanship and systematic intimidation in Istanbul. And embarrassment too, as former playmaker and current coach of Serbia and Montenegro, Dejan Savicevic, quit after his team lost.
David Beckham has denied that it was him rather than Manchester United who instigated his sale to Real Madrid.
A Turkish appeals court has overturned a man's 15-year jail sentence handed down last year for stabbing two English football fans to death in Istanbul.
Pahang kept their hopes of winning an automatic berth to next season#8217;s eight-team Super League alive when they edged Selangor 2-1 in a Premier I match here last night.
Australian international Harry Kewell was unveiled as a Liverpool player on Thursday and delivered a parting shot to former club Leeds as the summer#8217;s most acrimonious transfer saga came to an end.
Fancied Perlis joined Sarawak as qualifiers for the Malaysia Cup quarter-finals from Group B with a 2-0 win over Malacca Telekom at the Stadium Hang Tuah in Malacca Thursday night.
England's rebel footballers, split by controversy and missing the cutting edge of Michael Owen, lead the final scramble for places in Portugal next summer when the final round of Euro 2004 qualifying takes place today.