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Ronaldo's fifth Ballon d'Or reignites eternal debate with Messi

Cristiano Ronaldo collected his joint-record fifth Ballon d‘Or on Thursday in Paris in the middle of his worst domestic season for Real Madrid, but with a deserved reputation for delivering on the biggest stage of all and when it matters most.

Ronaldo lands new record

Cristiano Ronaldo has been named in Uefa’s Team of the Year nominees for a record 14th time as part of an 11-strong contingent from Real Madrid, in a list that also includes fellow usual suspects Lionel Messi and Neymar.

Sevilla Coach diagnosed with cancer

Spanish football rallied round Sevilla's Argentine coach Eduardo Berizzo on Wednesday after the club confirmed he has been diagnosed with prostate cancer a day after his side staged a dramatic Champions League comeback against Liverpool.

Why Atletico Madrid is struggling

Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone admitted star forward Antoine Griezmann's lean spell in front of goal has had a profound effect on the Spanish giants' stuttering start to the season.

Antonio Conte furious with English FA

Chelsea boss has criticized English Football Association for coming up with tight fixtures complicating the quest of English players to compete in the Uefa Champions League. While addressing the media at Baku in Azerbaijan, ahead of Chelsea’s second leg tie with Qarabag, the Italian trainer slammed the English soccer management for being insensitive and coming up with congested fixtures leaving no time for rest.

Dybala, Messi renew rivalry in Turin

Juventus star Paulo Dybala has rediscovered his scoring form just in time as he renews his rivalry with fellow Argentina Lionel Messi in Wednesday's Champions League clash with Barcelona.

'Karate kick' Evra leaves Marseille, banned until June 30

Patrice Evra parted ways with Marseille on Friday after his infamous karate kick on one of his own fans, just moments after being banned from European tournaments until June 30, 2018.

Kenyan feted in top European coaching level

Josephat Siror, a former employee of Standard Group and Kapsigak Tea Estate players currently coaches at JJK FC (Jyväskylä Football Club) in Finland.

Cologne ordered to pay compensation to Arsenal

German Bundesliga club Cologne have been ordered to pay compensation to Arsenal over damage caused by their supporters during their Europa League match in London last month, UEFA said on Monday.

Roma charged by UEFA over monkey chants in Chelsea match

AS Roma have been charged with racist behaviour by UEFA after a section of their supporters directed monkey chants at Chelsea defender Antonio Ruediger during their 3-3 Champions League draw in London on Wednesday.

UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against Everton

European football’s governing body (UEFA) has opened disciplinary proceedings against Everton after one of the club’s fans tried to punch an Olympique Lyon player in a melee that broke out during Thursday’s Europa League game at Goodison Park.

Spartak Moscow charged by UEFA over banners, fireworks

Russian champions Spartak Moscow have been charged by UEFA after fans displayed illicit banners and set off fireworks during the 1-1 draw against Liverpool in the Champions League on Tuesday.

NEW CHANGES: Champions League kick off time to change from 2018/19 season

New rules set by UEFA will see two matches per week will kick off at 6pm with the other six games moving to a later 8pm slot.

UEFA charges Spartak Moscow after flare narrowly misses referee

UEFA have opened disciplinary proceedings against Russian champions Spartak Moscow after a flare almost hit the referee during their Champions League match at Maribor.

Collated Champions League results (13/09/17)

Cristiano Ronaldo grabbed a brace on his return from suspension for Real Madrid, as Tottenham Hotspur ended their Wembley jinx and Liverpool were held on their Champions League comeback on Wednesday.

Paul Pogba leave Old Trafford on clutches

Pogba looked in a bad way as he left the stadium following United's 3-0 win in the Champion's League