Sporting Digest: Football

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The Bradford City defender, Darren Moore, has been placed on the transfer list at Valley Parade after new contract negotiations broke down.

Uefa, European football's ruling body, has decided that only teams from a state-wide Bosnian league to be launched next August can compete in European competitions in the 2000-01 season. No Bosnian team will play in Europe next season because of this month's cancellation of the championship play-offs. There are currently three separate Moslem, Serb and Croat leagues.

Real Mallorca's Argentinian international goalkeeper Carlos Roa announced yesterday that he was giving up football and dedicating his life to religious work.

CSKA Moscow were ordered to play their next home match against city rivals Lokomotiv at a neutral venue following an assault on a referee, the Russian league ruled yesterday.

Hearts have revealed plans to complete the revamping of Tynecastle Park by transforming their main stand as the centrepiece of a major investment programme. The Edinburgh club also intend to establish a permanent training base within the capital with state-of-the-art facilities for both the first team squad and to act as a base to develop youngsters but the money is not yet in place to make these long-term plans a reality.

Clydebank have had their proposed move to share the stadium of the non- League club Gala Fairydean rejected by the Scottish Football League after the Netherdale ground in Galashiels has been deemed "unsuitable to stage First Division football". The homeless First Division club, who have been sharing with Dumbarton in recent seasons since quitting their now-derelict Kilbowie Park, have been given 14 days to come up with a suitable alternative.

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