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 Posted by Gabriele Marcotti
6 hours ago

Teams new to Europe this year could find tournament payouts held for FFP

UEFA have confirmed that the money collected through Financial Fair Play fines will be distributed among other major European teams.

Last spring, UEFA's first season of Financial Fair Play resulted in nine clubs -- most notably Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Zenit St. Petersburg -- reaching settlements with the Club Financial Control Body (CFCB) after being found in breach of the break-even requirement (no more than 45 million euros ($57.7 million) in losses during the 2011-12 and 2012-13 seasons).

- UEFA to share FFP fines with compliant clubs

Now, the screws are turning on those clubs who were not monitored last spring...

 Posted by Carlos Bianchi
3 days ago

Technique and tactical discipline abound in Champions League

The ESPN FC panel break down this week's UEFA Champions League Team of the Week.

The highest level of European soccer has gotten us used to seeing very tight games, in which the rivals study each other without risking the first move, and in which the prodigious tactical discipline of both teams makes it so that, with such little margin for error, mere details are what define the outcome.

The opening games of the UEFA Champions League were another example of this phenomenon, especially in the matches that beforehand promised to be the round's most interesting, between teams...

 Posted by Michael Cox
3 days ago

Zlatan Ibrahimovic has been gone for a decade but he's still revered at Ajax

Lasse Schone's free kick stole the draw for Ajax against an underwhelming PSG side.

As Ajax fans gathered outside the Amsterdam ArenA for the club's opening Champions League match of the season, an exciting 1-1 draw against Paris Saint-Germain, there was something particularly notable about the replica shirts they were sporting.

Despite some amusing stunts to gain publicity for the new kit design, there were fewer fans wearing the 2014-15 kit than the shirt from more than a decade ago. The reason, of course, was the return of PSG's Zlatan Ibrahimovic, a past Ajax great, and therefore...

ESPN FC Posted by ESPN staff
3 days ago

UEFA president Michel Platini won't return pricey FIFA World Cup watch

Michel Platini and English Football Association chairman Greg Dyke commented on the hot topic of accepting World Cup luxury watches.

UEFA president Michel Platini has criticised FIFA for publicly rebuking football executives who accepted luxury gifts at the World Cup, saying he will donate around $27,000 to charity rather than return a watch.

- FIFA delays ruling on 2018, 2022 probe
- Blatter praises FIFA ethics
- FIFA execs 'urged' to return pricey gift watches

A FIFA statement on Thursday warned officials they had until Oct. 24 to return the Brazilian football federation watch or face ethics proceedings for accepting a gift...


Richard Jolly profile picture Posted by Richard Jolly
3 days ago

Criticism of Yaya Toure unfair, says Manchester City boss Pellegrini

Not the best start for Manchester City in their UEFA Champions League campaign, but City will look to rediscover their winning touch in the Premier League against Chelsea.

MANCHESTER -- Manuel Pellegrini insists criticism of Yaya Toure is unfair and says he has no problems with the midfielder's attitude and commitment for Manchester City.

- Smith: Man City learning from Chelsea's errors
- Curtis: Deflating late loss a thet Allianz Arena
- City CEO Soriano fined for Spanair collapse

The Ivory Coast international was condemned for his efforts during City's 1-0 defeat to Bayern Munich on Wednesday with former England midfielder Paul Scholes suggesting Pellegrini may have...