• ECA agrees new deal with UEFA

    UEFA: ECA has agreed deal for more money for clubs in Champions and Europa Leagues

    The European Club Association has agreed a deal with UEFA that will see clubs sharing 1.6bn from involvement in the Champions League and Europa League for 2015-18 - an increase of around 32 per cent.

  • Malmo fined for poor pitch

    Juventus: Celebrate at Swedbank Stadion having beaten Malmo in November

    UEFA have fined Swedish side Malmo 73,000 for a sub-standard playing surface in the Champions League.

  • Terry: 'I didn't sleep a wink'

    John Terry: Couldn't sleep after Euro exit

    Captain John Terry admitted he "didn't sleep a wink all night" after Chelsea's Champions League exit - but the defender is relieved he felt that way as it showed his desire to carry on playing.

  • Wenger: Jardim lied about snub

    Arsene Wenger has accused Monaco boss Leonardo Jardim of lying after he claimed that the Arsenal manager refused to shake his hand following their Champions League clash at the Emirates.

  • Chelsea fans fight banning orders

    Five Chelsea supporters suspected of involvement in the Paris Metro incident will fight applications to impose football banning orders.

  • Mourinho ruing European exit

    Jose Mourinho: Frustrated with Champions League exit

    Jose Mourinho admits he is ruing Chelsea's European exit which denied them a Champions League quarter-final with Barcelona.

  • Enrique: PSG are a major threat

    Barcelona coach Luis Enrique has admitted that Paris St-Germain have the ability to shatter his side's Champions League dreams when they meet in the quarter-finals.

  • Nedved: We won't underestimate Monaco

    Juventus director Pavel Nedved has made it clear that the club will not be taking Monaco lightly in the Champions League quarter-finals.

  • Madrid derby in Champions League

    Champions League: Quarter-final draw made

    Atletico and Real will contest the Madrid derby in the stand-out tie of the Champions League quarter-finals.

  • Can the EPL still claim to be the strongest league?

    The Premier League is the best league in the world. That's what fans, administrators, managers, and players in England have been saying for some time, and many football fans believe it to be true. Or at least they used to; it's hard to speak too highly of the strength of English football this week.

  • Aurier given three-game ban

    Paris St-Germain defender Serge Aurier has been banned for three European matches after making insulting comments towards Dutch referee Bjorn Kuipers.

  • Pogba out for two months

    Paul Pogba: Picked up hamstring injury

    Juventus have suffered a blow as midfielder Paul Pogba has been ruled out for up to two months with a torn hamstring.

  • UEFA uphold Zlatan ban

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic: Will miss the first leg of PSG's quarter-final

    Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been handed a one-match suspension by UEFA for his red card against Chelsea.

  • Klopp: "A match to forget"

    Jurgen Klopp: Said the second half was

    Borussia Dortmund head coach Jurgen Klopp acknowledged his side were beaten by the better side in the Champions League on Wednesday.

  • Wenger: Away goals 'outdated'

    Arsene Wenger: Football has changed since introduction of away goals rule

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger has called the away goals rule "outdated" and believes it should be modified to reflect modern-day football.

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