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UEFA probing 'racism' claim during Serbia-England match

European football governing body UEFA has announced a probe into the Under-21 match between Serbia and England which sparked claims of racism.

England claimed a 2-0 aggregate triumph after Tuesday's

England urge action against Serbia over racism

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Britain's Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday led calls for European football's governing body to take a strong line against Serbia, after claims that several England under-21 players were subject

UEFA charges Spain, Russia over fans’ racist abuse


UEFA has charged the Spanish and Russian football associations for racist chants by fans at the European Championship.

UEFA breaks Russian hearts


Euro 2012 is poorer with the exit of Russia who thrilled fans and neutrals alike with a 4-1 destruction of the Czech Republic on the first day of the tournament.

Russia’s ouster has got as much to d

UEFA CL is heating up

It would take a brave man — one willing to part with an arm or leg as punishment for sticking it out so callously; a brave man, to predict the outcome of the quarter finals of the Champions League.


FA appeals against Rooney's three-match ban

The Football Association (FA) has confirmed that it will be appealing UEFA's three-match ban against striker Wayne Rooney, who received a red card in England's Euro football qualifier against Monteneg

Match-fixing scandal: 270 matches under suspicion

Berlin, Jul 15: An investigation into suspected football match-fixing now covers 270 matches in several countries and more than 250 people, German prosecutors said today.

Prosecutors in Bochum first

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