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Scotsman could join Didier Drogba and Wesley Sneijder in Turkey

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Wembley not expected to bid for Euro 2020 final and semi-finals

Bids for group stage games and a quarter-final more likely

Besiktas' ban from Europa League confirmed

Exclusion due to role in match-fixing

Tomas Rosicky trains with Arsenal

Champions League: Fenerbahce v Arsenal match preview

A look ahead to tonight’s Champions League fixture at the Sukru Saracoglu Stadium

Aziz Yildirim: The Fenerbahce president went to prison last year for fixing matches

Fenerbahce v Arsenal: Why Arsenal could lose play-off and still advance in Champions League

Match-fixing scandal centred on controversial president likely to result in Turks being expelled

Sir Alex Ferguson leaves Wayne Rooney and Robin van Persie at home for Turkish trip

Ferguson also left out Paul Scholes, Rio Ferdinand, skipper Patrice Evra and top scorer Robin van Persie

Turkish PM Tayyip Erdogan (right) with Uefa's Michel Platini

Ministers discuss Turkish 'match-fixing' with Platini

The Turkish prime minister Tayyip Erdogan and Uefa president Michel Platini discussed a match-fixing investigation which has overshadowed Turkish football in talks ahead of Uefa meetings in the country this week.

Besiktas club coach among eight freed in match-fixing investigation in Turkey

A Turkish court freed eight suspects in a major match-fixing case yesterday, including the coach and an executive of leading club Besiktas, giving a boost to football club shares which have been hit hard by the investigation.

Fixing claims: 93 charged

A Turkish court accepted an indictment yesterday charging 93 officials and players with match-fixing.

Fenerbahce furious over Champions League ban

Turkish champions Fenerbahce appealed yesterday against their exclusion from this season's Champions League over a match-fixing investigation involving the top Istanbul club which has plunged the Turkish league into turmoil.

Outside Edge: Bacon and coffee? Brake fast

If it runs in the family, it runs very quickly in the Campbell clan. This weekend Don Wales, grandson of Sir Malcolm Campbell and nephew of Donald, will try to break his own British electric land speed record on Pendine Sands in Wales.

Football in Brief: Rape charge against Goodwillie dropped; Turkish domestic season on hold; Gabbidon secures one-year deal

A rape charge against Dundee United's Scotland international David Goodwillie has been dropped.

Football in Brief: Yeung moves to reassure Blues; Fenerbahce head in fixing inquiry; Keen to start as coach at Anfield; Rijkaard named as Saudi manager

Carson Yeung has assured Birmingham City he will continue to provide his backing for the club despite facing five charges of money laundering amounting to £59m in his native Hong Kong.

Carson on verge of Bursaspor move

West Bromwich goalkeeper Scott Carson is close to a move to Bursaspor in Turkey.

Manager search nearing conclusion say Chelsea

Chelsea chief executive Ron Gourlay is hopeful the club's search for a new manager is coming to an end but refused to be drawn on whether Guus Hiddink will return to Stamford Bridge.

Guus Hiddink still our manager, says Turkish FA

The Turkish Football Federation (TFF) have denied they have agreed terms for the departure of national team coach Guus Hiddink and do not expect any potential negotiations with Chelsea to begin until next week.

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