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Lazio and Tottenham charged by Uefa in relation to racism marred match

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The Champions League trophy

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Proposal would see Europa League scrapped

Lionel Messi is denied by Celtic

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Neil Lennon's side won praise in Spain for the way they took on Barcelona

Display against Barcelona shows Celtic have finally found their fire on the biggest stage

"We played with fire but we didn't get burned" was how one popular Barcelona paper reacted to their duel with Celtic yesterday – that headline in itself is a measure of how far Neil Lennon's side have come in terms of European competition.

Edgar Davids

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Edgar Davids, the former Ajax, Juventus and Barcelona midfielder had declared he has taken the managerial post at Barnet to "help English football".

The Europa League trophy

Uefa ask clubs to refer to the Europa League as 'dramatic' and 'prestigious'

UEFA are asking club officials to boost the profile of the Europa League by telling managers and players to refer to the competition in glowing terms, it has emerged.

Juventus' goalkeeper Gianluigi Buffon (L) is beaten by Shakhtar Donetsk's Brazilian forward Alex Teixeira

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Brazil coach Mano Menezes could do worse than look to Eastern Europe for inspiration as Ukraine's Shakhtar Donetsk proved by outplaying Juventus in their Champions League match on Tuesday.

Ex-England footballer Kevin Beattie admits making false benefits claim

A former England football defender - once dubbed the new "Bobby Moore" - has admitted falsely claiming benefits.

Diego Simeone celebrates with his players

Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone savours Europa League glory

Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone was beaming with pride after leading his team to Europa League glory last night.

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Mario Balotelli of Manchester City is pictured during his team's win over Porto in the Europa League.

Uefa open proceedings into alleged racism at Porto

UEFA today responded to Manchester City's claims that two of their players were racially abused during the Europa League match at Porto by opening disciplinary proceedings against the Portuguese club.

Yaya Touré lifts goalscorer Sergio Aguero aloft after the latter’s winner for Manchester City last night

Long-haul Touré beats jetlag as Aguero eases City's passage

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