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Uefa, Interpol tackle match-fixing

Staff Reporter

Uefa and international police liaison agency Interpol are teaming up to tackle match-fixing and violence in stadiums during the European Championship.

Rooney's Euro 2012 ban reduced

Staff Reporter

Wayne Rooney's three-match ban at the Euro 2012 finals has been reduced to two, with the third ban to be carried over for four years.

Rooney's Euro 2012 ban reduced

Wenger dealt two-match European ban

Staff Reporter

Arsene Wenger was handed a two-match European ban or failing to abide by the conditions of a previous suspension against Udinese last week, Uefa says.

Wenger dealt two-match European ban

Chelsea transfer ban lifted

Staff Reporter

The Court of Arbitration of Sport (CAS) said on Thursday that Chelsea and French club Lens had settled their dispute over French player Gael Kakuta.

Juventus apologise over racist chanting

Staff Reporter

Juventus have apologised over the racist chanting directed at Inter Milan's teenage striker Mario Balotelli at Turin's Stadio Olimpico on Saturday.

High praise for 2010 progress

Staff Reporter

Danny Jordaan's briefing to the Uefa congress in Copenhagen on Thursday was positively received by some of the key figures in world soccer.

Blatter presses on with foreign quota plan

Ossian Shine

Fifa president Sepp Blatter will forge ahead with plans to curb the number of foreign players at soccer clubs, saying on Tuesday that the organisation should coral the world of sport into helping make it happen. The Swiss head of world soccer's governing body insisted that Fifa would not be "going into confrontation" with any employment laws.