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Manchester City CAS ruling counts for everything and nothing

It may leave a sour taste in the mouth, but the lack of sanction for Manchester City, aside from a fine that amounts to small change, doesn’t affect the bigger picture

Paddy Harper: What’s with whities and bog roll?

Covid-19 is playing havoc with my life and mind — no hanging out in the pub and the genetically determined run on white gold

Covid-19 red cards major events

Sporting events, from football and tennis to rugby and cycling, on this year’s calendar are in doubt

What now for Abu Dhabi’s Man City project?

After being banned by Uefa from European competitions for two years, will the side return to their old, mediocre standards?

City’s financial fair play case is a test of Uefa’s mettle

Either the body must level a punishment of consequence or accept the FFP project as a failure — arguably a fate it was always destined for

Guardiola chases Champions League vindication

City start their latest bid to win the club's first European Cup with a trip to Shakhtar Donetsk in the Group C opener on Wednesday

Liverpool seek more silverware as Lampard eyes Super Cup boost

Jurgen Klopp will look to inflict further damage on Chelsea and lift the Uefa Super Cup on Wednesday

Man City launch legal bid to stop potential Champions League ban — reports

The Premier League Champions have decided to take legal action to avoid being kicked out of future Champions League competitions

Neymar’s ‘troubled’ year

The Brazilian forward has had a poor year in football and will want to forget it as quickly as he can

Emery’s odd Europa League love

With the pressure off Chelsea, Arsenal need their manager to inspire a similarly composed performance.

Arsenal’s Mkhitaryan to miss Europa League final over safety fears

The Armenian midfielder will miss out on the final as he fears going to Azerbaijan due to tensions between the two countries

Messi fires Barca into Champions League semis

The Argentine struck twice as the Blaugrana beat Man United 3-0 to end their quarterfinal drought

Montenegro FA promises to ban racist fans as Uefa launch probe

European football's governing body will launch an investigation into Montenegrin fans after they allegedly racially abused English players

UEFA probe Ronaldo for ‘improper conduct’ over ‘cojones’ goal celebration

Euro football's governing body says Ronaldo is facing charges of "improper conduct" after he mimicked Simeone's crotch-grabbing 'cojones' gesture

Take a header at dementia

It seems logical that football is linked to the illness but a researcher says it’s not that clear-cut

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