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Serbia's Under-21s must play a game behind closed doors while Steven Caulker and Thomas Ince are suspended

Nikola Ninkovic (left) with Danny Rose (centre) has been banned

Uefa to finally deliver verdict on Serbia following England Under-21s clash

Ugly scenes marred the end of the match which England won 1-0

Five die as heavy snowfall hits the Balkans

At least five people have been killed in the Balkans after freezing temperatures and heavy snowfall caused travel chaos across the region.

Serbia's Nato envoy Branislav Milinkovic leaps to his death at Brussels airport

Diplomats said they knew of no circumstances - private or professional - that would have prompted him to take his own life

Serbian government vows to help debt-ridden giants Red Star and Partizan

The Serbian government will help refinance debt-ridden soccer giants Red Star and Partizan Belgrade and have appointed managers to temporarily run Red Star, the Balkan country's deputy Prime Minister Aleksandar Vucic said.

Djokovic has ended the season as world No 1 for the second successive year

Djokovic flies off to visit his sick father

The season is over for Novak Djokovic but the globe-trotting goes on. The new Barclays ATP World Tour Finals champion was flying to visit his sick father yesterday before heading for Bratislava to play in an exhibition match tomorrow against Slovakia's Martin Klizan. Later in the week he will travel to Rio de Janeiro, where he will play another exhibition match, against the former French Open champion Gustavo Kuerten, as well as a football match alongside some Brazilian legends.

Novak Djokovic extended his winning record over Tomas Berdych to 11-1 yesterday

Novak Djokovic: I can relax more as dad recovers

World No 1 makes it through to last four as his father's health continues to improve

Chelsea captain John Terry

John Terry is Chelsea's 'captain and leader', but he's not untouchable says Roberto Di Matteo

Roberto Di Matteo today insisted John Terry was still Chelsea's “captain and leader” but warned that did not make the defender immune from his squad rotation policy.

Stuart Pearce sees Raheem Sterling as a great example of home-grown talent

Big name England under-21 players rested by Stuart Pearce

England Under-21 boss Stuart Pearce today rested several of his big-name players as he looked to the future for his first match since last month's stormy win in Serbia.

The Liverpool midfielder will become the sixth man to reach 100 caps for England

Steven Gerrard to become an England centurion in Sweden

Steven Gerrard will win his 100th cap when he captains England against Sweden in Stockholm on Wednesday after Roy Hodgson decided against resting his big names for the friendly.

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Steven Caulker: The defender is yet to be notified by the Serbian authorities of any charge

Steven Caulker to play for Tottenham despite Serbia 'anxiety'

Andre Villas-Boas, the Tottenham Hotspur manager, has been assured that Steven Caulker is ready to play this weekend despite charges from Serbian police hanging over the defender.

Rose is held back by Craig Dawson and Serbia's Ninkovic

Foreign Office talks to Serbian police after England under-21 players are charged

The threat of two England Under-21 internationals and one of the team's coaches being charged with criminal offences, following last month's stormy clash with Serbia in Krusevac, has forced the involvement of the British government. Last night, the Foreign and Commonwealth office said: "We are investigating the full details of the charges before considering our response. The British embassy to Belgrade is liaising with the Serbian authorities on this as a matter of urgency."

Novak Djokovic in action at the Paris Masters

Novak Djokovic stunned at Paris Masters

Novak Djokovic crashed out in the second round of the BNP Paribas Masters in Paris to American Sam Querrey today.

Andros Townsend separates his team-mate Danny Rose and Sasa Markovic of Serbia

British government seeking clarification after England under-21 players are charge by Serbian police

Serbian police have charged two England Under-21 players and one of the team's coaches following this month's stormy European Championship qualifier.

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