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Lazio handed partial stadium ban for fans' racist behaviour vs. Rennes

A banner displaying the UEFA Equal Game
Lazio will face a partial stadium ban against Celtic on Nov. 7.

Lazio have been ordered to close four sections of their stadium for their next Europa League home game due to racist behaviour by the Italian club's fans during a group stage match against Rennes earlier this month.

European football's governing body UEFA said in a statement that Lazio must also display a banner carrying the words "#EqualGame" with the UEFA logo on it for the match against Celtic on Nov. 7.

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The club were also fined €20,000...

Flag-bearing drone briefly halts Dudelange-Qarabag Europa match

The Europa League game between Dudelange and Azerbaijani club Qarabag had to be briefly suspended in the first half Thursday after a drone flew over the field carrying what looked like an Armenian flag.

The drone incensed Qarabag players, who tried to hit it with the ball as it flew over the center circle, and the referee made the decision to halt play for more than 20 minutes with Qarabag leading 2-0.

Play later resumed, with Qarabag winning 4-1.

UEFA said the decision to halt the match was taken...

Martinelli 9/10, Tierney 7/10 as newcomers shine for Arsenal in Europe

Craig Burley and Stevie Nicol say Nicolas Pepe looks like "a flash in the pan" after failing to live up to the hype so far at Arsenal.

Arsenal romped to their second win of the Europa League group stage with a comfortable 4-0 victory over Standard Liege at the Emirates. Gabriel Martinelli scored twice inside 20 minutes, followed by goals by Joe Willock (22nd minuted) and Dani Ceballos (57th minute).

Positives

There were first European starts of the season for Kieran Tierney and Hector Bellerin, with both putting in good showings, while young Martinelli looks a real find. The Brazilian was clinical in front of goal, and will be...

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Solskjaer 'pleased' as Manchester United's away winless streak reaches 10

Frank Leboeuf reacts to Ole Gunnar Solskjaer saying he was 'pleased' with Man United's 0-0 draw at Alkmaar.

DEN HAAG, Netherlands -- Ole Gunnar Solskjaer described himself as "very pleased" despite watching Manchester United stretch their winless run away from home to 10 games against AZ Alkmaar.

United were held to a 0-0 draw in their Europa League clash leaving Solskjaer still waiting for a first away win as permanent manager.

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"It's...