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UEFA, FIFA warn Greece over prospective new laws

FIFA and UEFA warned the Greek government against passing laws punishing violence at events.

NYON, Switzerland -- UEFA and FIFA say they have sent a final warning to Greece that they face suspension from international football for government interference.

The Greek government wants to pass laws punishing violence at sports events, including imposing fines and threatening to cancel matches.

Football's governing bodies have strict rules protecting...

Three Greek players slightly hurt in Hungary taxi crash

BUDAPEST, Hungary -- Three players from the Greek national team were slightly injured when their taxi crashed on its way to the airport in Budapest on Monday morning.

Vangelis Moras was injured in a taxi collision en route to the airport in Budapest.

Vangelis Moras, Panagiotis Tachtsidis and Ioannis Fetfatzidis were injured in a collision with another car. Moras and Tachtsidis have already been released from a Budapest hospital while Fetfatzidis was expected to be...

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Hungary and Greece played out a nil-nil draw in what was a very defensive European Qualifying match.

Greece's miserable Euro qualifying campaign continued as they drew 0-0 with Hungary at the Groupama Arena.

The Greeks had lost three of their opening four Group F matches, one of which was a humiliating 1-0 defeat at home to the Faroe Islands.

They were hoping to kick-start their campaign against a Hungary side who had registered consecutive wins against the Faroes and Finland.

Greece had found the net just once in their opening five matches and they knew a win was needed if they had any chance of...

Portugal coach Santos wins cut in World Cup misconduct ban

Portugal coach Fernando Santos has won an appeal to cut his ban for misconduct at the World Cup while coaching Greece.

LAUSANNE, Switzerland -- Portugal coach Fernando Santos has won an appeal to cut his ban for misconduct at the World Cup while coaching Greece.

The Court of Arbitration for Sport says it halved an "excessive" eight-match ban imposed by FIFA. Two matches of the sanction were deferred for a six-month probationary period.

CAS says its panel found Santos...