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European Leagues say will not allow UEFA competitions at weekends

Europe's domestic leagues, concerned about plans to drastically overhaul football on the continent from 2024, say they will not allow UEFA club competitions to be played at weekends.

Referees should stop games over racial abuse: UEFA chief

"We will speak to the referees again, and tell them to be confident, not to be afraid to act," the BBC quoted the UEFA President as saying on Tuesday at an Equal Game conference at Wembley Stadium.

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UEFA punishes Shakhtar Donetsk, Lazio for fan racism

UEFA says it ordered Shakhtar Donetsk and Lazio to closes parts of their stadium next season because of racist fan behavior at Europa League games

Cristiano Ronaldo fined 20,000 euros by UEFA for obscene gesture

Cristiano Ronaldo has been fined 20,000 euros ($22,750) by UEFA for making a provocative gesture after Juventus beat Atletico Madrid in the Champions League.

PSG score legal win over UEFA in financial monitoring case

Paris Saint-Germain won an initial legal battle with UEFA on Tuesday over the monitoring of its spending on player transfers and wages, and sponsorship deals linked to the club's Qatari owner.

UEFA opens investigation into Manchester City over Financial Fair Play

German publication Der Spiegel reported in November that City’s Abu Dhabi owners inflated sponsorship agreements in order to comply with FFP requirements.

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UEFA closes Chelsea anti-Semitic chants case; fines Red Star

UEFA says its disciplinary panel closed the case Thursday, meaning Chelsea will not face any sanction over a charge of ``racist behavior.''

Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos handed two-game European ban, says UEFA

Sergio Ramos received a yellow card for a foul on Kasper Dolberg late in his side's 2-1 win at Ajax Amsterdam in their Champions League last-16, first-leg match.

European football leaders say FIFA competition plans 'unacceptable'

European soccer clubs, leagues and governing body UEFA have reiterated their opposition to FIFA's plans for two new competitions, labelling them "unacceptable" in their current form.

UEFA charges Valencia's Geoffrey Kondogbia for deliberate yellow card

UEFA announced the case on Friday, one day after opening an investigation into Real Madrid captain Sergio Ramos for a suspected similar offense during their match against Ajax.

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