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AS Roma
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Apoel Nicosia
Athletic Bilbao
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Tottenham Hotspur
KAA Gent
8:05 PM UTC
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Borussia Monchengladbach
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Shakhtar Donetsk
Celta Vigo
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FC Dallas
Arabe Unido
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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Europa League round of 16 draw: when is it and at what time?

The draw is due to take place from around 12.00 GMT, 7 a.m. ET on Friday, Feb. 24.

The first legs will take place on March 9, with the return ties seven days later.

The draw for the quarterfinals will take place on Friday, March 17.

There is no longer any country protection, teams from the same league can now be drawn against each other.

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Kosovo call-up rules Besart Berisha out of Brisbane-Melbourne match

Melbourne Victory striker Besart Berisha
Capped by Albania 17 times, Besart Berisha will now represent Kosovo in World Cup qualifying.

Striker Besart Berisha has stunned Melbourne Victory in the run-in to the A-League finals by answering an international call from his country of birth, Kosovo.

Berisha will head to Europe to represent the Balkan country next month in a World Cup qualifier against fellow minnows Iceland, leaving Victory without his services for a date against former club Brisbane.

"For me, it's a very exciting time ... I was born there and they need my help so I think it's time to go," Berisha said on Thursday.


Brisbane recruit Avraam Papadopoulos dismisses match-fixing rumours

Avraam Papadopoulos
Avraam Papadopoulos was identified by prosecutors in 2011 for alleged involvement in match-fixing in Greece.

Melbourne-born Greek international Avraam Papadopoulos has laughed off the match-fixing allegations that have followed him to the A-League, dismissing them as completely untrue.

The 32-year-old defender has linked up with his new Brisbane Roar teammates after signing as injury replacement cover for Daniel Bowles (knee), while he is also part of the club's AFC Champions League squad.

He joins the Roar with some baggage, having been identified by prosecutors in 2011 for alleged involvement in the...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Paul Scholes, Roy Keane urge Wayne Rooney to turn down China

Shaka Hislop breaks down the latest transfer rumours, including Wayne Rooney's potential move to the Chinese Super League.
Mark Ogden discusses whether now would be the right time for Wayne Rooney to leave Manchester United.

Wayne Rooney's former Manchester United teammates Paul Scholes and Roy Keane weighed in on the England captain's impending future, with a move to the Chinese Super League (CSL) on the cards.

Rooney was once again absent from Jose Mourinho's matchday squad in the 1-0 second leg win over Saint-Etienne on Wednesday, as rumours surrounding a move to an unnamed CSL club continue.

United progressed with a 4-0 aggregate victory to the round of 16 in the Europa League but with Mourinho opting to...

Tim Cahill ready to answer Ange Postecoglou's striker call

Australian midfielder Tim Cahill
With many of Australia's strikers struggling for game time, the Socceroos may once again have to rely on Tim Cahill.

Socceroos talisman Tim Cahill says he's ready to lead Australia's line in next month's World Cup qualifiers.

With Jamie Maclaren's international career in its infancy, Matthew Leckie enduring a protracted national team goal drought, Apostolos Giannou, Robbie Kruse and Nathan Burns all out of season it's likely that Cahill will play the role of Australia's frontman against Iraq and the United Arab Emirates.

And it's a task the 37-year-old, all-time Socceroos leading goalscorer says he's up for.


FFA fines Western Sydney Wanderers $20k for bringing game into disrepute

Western Sydney Wanderers supporters
The Red and Black Bloc fans displayed an anti-gay banner during the Sydney derby on Saturday.

Western Sydney have been fined $20,000 after being found guilty by Football Federation Australia of bringing the game into disrepute after Wanderers fans had displayed an offensive banner during a match against Sydney FC.

The anti-gay banner depicted Sydney FC manager Graham Arnold engaging in a sex act.

The FFA could have activated a suspended points penalty on the Wanderers, but decided instead to impose the fine.

"The actions of the Western Sydney Wanderers spectators responsible for displaying...