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ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Premier League stadiums could be full of 'tourists' due to ticket prices - FSF

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol says fans have reached a tipping point regarding ticket prices.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley is fuming following a hike in ticket prices that saw Liverpool fans walk out against Sunderland.
Liverpool manager Jurgen Klopp held a news conference despite recently undergoing surgery for appendicitis, and commented on Liverpool's fans 77th minute walk-out.
ESPN FC's Brian McBride and Mark Donaldson react to Liverpool fan's recent walkout due to rising ticket prices.

Malcolm Clarke, the chairman of the Football Supporters' Federation, has warned that Premier League stadiums could be full of "foreign tourists with half and half scarves taking selfies" if nothing is done about ticket pricing.

Liverpool caused outrage last week in announcing a new pricing structure which included a £77 ticket, leading to fans leaving early against Sunderland, while fans' groups of multiple Premier League teams are to meet to discuss a possible mass walkout in protest.


ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Arsenal should have recruited different Leicester City scout - Gary Lineker

The ESPN FC crew discuss if Leicester manager Claudio Ranieri's style is the reason for their continued success in the EPL.
Ex-Leicester City midfielder Robbie Savage believes his old side can win the Premier League title.
ESPN FC's Craig Burley discusses Leicester's win over Man City and believes their success comes from doing the basics well.
ESPN FC's Brian McBride and Mark Donaldson discuss the recent comments made by Thierry Henry concerning Arsenal's mentality as compared to Leicester's.

Gary Lineker believes Arsenal "nicked the wrong scout" in taking Ben Wrigglesworth from Leicester City to become their new first-team video scout.

Wrigglesworth announced this week he had left his role as Leicester's head of technical scouting to take on the new position at the Emirates.

But Lineker, a boyhood fan of the Foxes who played for the club between 1978 and 1985, says that it was not Wrigglesworth who masterminded the signing of players including Christian Fuchs, Ngolo Kante, Riyad Mahrez...

Western Sydney Wanderers shouldn't lose points for fans' flares - Santalab

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WSW fans lit flares during Saturday's match against the Melbourne Victory.

Western Sydney veteran Brendon Santalab says it would be unfair and ridiculous if the A-League leaders had competition points deducted for the misbehaviour of some fans who "don't really love the club."

The Wanderers have until 5pm Wednesday to explain why they shouldn't be punished after some among their supporters let off flares and detonators during Saturday night's 1-1 draw with Melbourne Victory at Etihad Stadium.

The flashpoint halted play as smoke cleared from the ground.

Asked if the possible...

Xavi scuffs penalty to cost Al Sadd AFC Champions League spot

Al Sadd captain Xavi missed in the penalty shootout against Al Jazira on Tuesday.

Ex-Barcelona and Spain midfielder Xavi Hernandez failed in the penalty shootout to see his Qatar club Al Sadd lose to Al Jazira in a AFC Champions League playoff on Tuesday.

Both sides played out an entertaining 2-2 draw after extra-time to move into the dreaded shootout, with Al Jazira coming away 5-4 winners in the end.

Xavi, 36, opted for a move to Qatar last year after playing more than 500 games for the Catalan giants and has been ever-present for Al Sadd despite a niggling injury throughout...

ESPN FC  By ESPN staff

Borussia Dortmund fans toss tennis balls on pitch in protest of ticket prices

During Borussia Dortmund's DFB Pokal match vs. Stuttgart, fans threw tennis balls onto the pitch in protest over ticket prices.
Borussia Dortmund moved onto the DFB Pokal semifinals following a convincing victory over Stuttgart.
Dortmund players pick up tennis balls that their supporters threw on the pitch.

Borussia Dortmund fans protested high ticket prices by throwing tennis balls on the pitch during their side's 3-1 win at Stuttgart in the DFB-Pokal on Tuesday.

Many of Dortmund's travelling supporters stayed away from the stand for the first 20 minutes in response to a €70 ticket price set by the hosts.

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The "Kein Zwanni" fan group unfurled a banner that read Fussball muss bezahlbarsein, or "football must be affordable."

Following the boycott, some Dortmund fans threw tennis balls...

 By PA Sport

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri says 'nothing to' Chelsea links

Despite being linked to the Chelsea job, Juventus manager Massimiliano Allegri expressed his satisfaction in Turin.

Juventus boss Massimiliano Allegri says there is "nothing'' to reports linking him with Chelsea.

The 48-year-old Italian has been touted as a possible successor to Guus Hiddink at Stamford Bridge, with the Dutchman in interim charge of the Blues until the end of the season.

However, Allegri, who has won the Serie A title with both AC Milan and Juventus, has dismissed speculation he may be on his way to the reigning Premier League champions.

Speaking at a youth tournament on Tuesday, he told Sky Italia:...