Rumours that the fan had suffered fatal injuries in the fall were dismissed by Amsterdam Police after they confirmed the man remains in hospital with serious head injuries
Neil Lennon has insisted there is no chance of Celtic underestimating the threat of Milan despite the Italians’ dreadful form going into the Champions League tie.
The forward is currently out injured
The defender scored an injury time winner
Benfica's high-energy coach will dominate touchline with wild ways when side face Chelsea
The pair came off injured in Saturday's match against Aston Villa
Chelsea manager Rafa Benitez has hinted that John Terry and Frank Lampard may be left on the bench for the Europa League final against Benfica.
The Magpies play at Moscow's Luzhniki Stadium
The man who pays his way
Seventies paedophile ring in Barnes extended to Amsterdam, say two men who claim they were abused in brothels
A gleaming minimalist super-yatch built for the late Apple co-founder Steve Jobs has been impounded in Amsterdam amid what was said to be a dispute over an upaid bill to the designer Philippe Starck.
Maicon and Garcia also miss trip to Ajax where Mancini's side must kick-start campaign
Edinburgh is having trouble with its tourism branding. City councillors have derided the work of Marketing Edinburgh after they were presented with its new slogan: "Incredinburgh". The city was expecting a major rebrand, but Marketing Edinburgh has been forced to delay its plans, reports the Edinburgh Evening News, after officials called the proposed slogan "twee" and "appalling".
The Fiction Uncovered prize is an unusual one, in that it selects eight titles instead of one winner each year. Its remit is quite simple: to “uncover and celebrate our best British writers”.
Increased demand from leisure travellers resulted in Channel Tunnel high-speed train company Eurostar enjoying a good start to 2012.