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Holocaust trial opens in Croatia

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Football: Gullit takes his outlay to pounds 15m

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Football: Collymore to seek stress counselling

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Football: Viduka received `torrent of abuse'

CROATIA ZAGREB claimed yesterday that they had still not received the pounds 3m Celtic agreed to pay for the striker Marko Viduka. And the club insisted that if the money is not forthcoming in the next 10 days they will turn to world football's governing body, Fifa, and its European counterpart, Uefa, for guidance.

Football: Viduka pledges to play for Celtic

CELTIC'S RUNAWAY striker Marko Viduka last night begged to be left alone to get on with his recuperation from stress, after confirming his intention to restart his aborted career in Glasgow.

Football: Celtic told to pay pounds 3m Viduka fee now

THE FUTURE of Celtic's runaway striker Marko Viduka remained shrouded in mystery yesterday, as the Scottish champions were warned to pay the pounds 3m transfer fee to Croatia Zagreb for the player or face the consequences.

Football: McCann threatens to sue after pounds 3m Viduka quits

THE CELTIC chairman Fergus McCann yesterday threatened to sue Marko Viduka after the Australian player walked out on the Scottish champions without kicking a ball.

The Rival Shrines To Our Lady

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Travel: Cuba's airline has a `fatal event rate' 60 times higher than BA

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Football: Republic savour the party mood

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Football: Celtic's fans count cost

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Football: Celtic crushed in Croatia

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