Nyon

19 Mar 19
Nouvelles Du Monde

Un soupir de soulagement pourrait être entendu. À Paris. Mais pas seulement. Du côté de Nyon, où se trouve également le siège de … UEFA. La décision du Tribunal Arbitral du Sport (TAS) qui donne raison au PSG dans ses conflits avec l'institution régissant les compétitions européennes en matière de fair-play financier n'est pas nécessairement […]

19 Mar 19
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A meeting was held today at UEFA Headquarters, “The House of European Football”, between the UEFA Executive Committee and the ECA Executive Board, which represents the full range of the ECA membership. The purpose of the meeting was to engage in an informal brainstorming session to allow for an initial sharing of ideas and exchange of views around UEFA Club Competitions post-2024. This is the first of a series of meetings amongst stakeholders in the months ahead, in order to allow for a detailed and proper consultation with the aim of drawing up concrete proposals that can be properly considered and analysed prior to any decisions being reached.
19 Mar 19
Archy news nety

NYON, Switzerland – On Tuesday, Saint-Germain won an initial legal battle with UEFA to monitor its spending on player transfers and salaries, and sponsorship agreements linked to the Qatar club owner. The Court of Arbitration for Sport has accepted PSG's appeal against an attempt by UEFA investigators to reopen a previously closed investigation. The ruling […]

19 Mar 19
National Post

NYON, Switzerland — Paris Saint-Germain won an initial legal battle with UEFA on Tuesday over the monitoring of its spending on player transfers and wages, and sponsorship deals linked to the club’s Qatari owner. The Court of Arbitration for Sport upheld PSG’s appeal against an attempt by UEFA investigators to reopen a previously closed investigation. […]

19 Mar 19
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18 Mar 19
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18 Mar 19
TODAY NEWS

THE next step for European football’s superpowers is to incorporate the…

18 Mar 19
News Archives Uk

The Champions League matches on the weekend would not have the support of supporters, according to a key figure in the European match. Representatives from UEFA and the European Club Association will meet on Tuesday. The Wall Street Journal announced that radical changes to the format of continental club competitions would be discussed. The move […]

18 Mar 19
The Irish Sun
THE next step for European football’s superpowers is to incorporate the likes of Boca Juniors, River Plate, Santos and Gremio into their future plans. For the Champions League to remain progressive, the top clubs in South America should be absorbed into a world league that involves the most famous names in the game. The Champions League needs to incorporate South America’s top clubs to stay exciting There are talks in Nyon this week designed to give the European Cup a bit of spit and polish after 2024. But South American clubs should be working their way into these conversations. These inter-continental fixtures would play havoc with the schedule, but they would make for gripping TV. NOT SO SWEET FA THE FA got themselves into a right old mess by agreeing to be used as a guinea pig for VAR by the Premier League. Saturday’s ridiculous controversies at the Liberty Stadium could have been avoided if someone had the good sense to suggest consistency across every tie in the round. Instead a boutique VAR system was used at Watford and Wolves, but not in the quarter-final between Swansea and Manchester City sandwiched in between. For TV viewers bingeing on Cup football over the weekend, it led to confusion after City got off the hook at Swansea because the system was not being used at the Liberty. Unfortunately that made for a video nasty. ROY RAGE ROY HODGSON wasted a big chance in the FA Cup quarter-final at Vicarage Road against Watford. Hodgson has never been beyond the quarter-final and he was made to pay for lack of ambition and adventure during Crystal Palace’s 2-1 defeat. The Eagles’ hardcore – the Holmesdale Fanatics – demanded an improvement after their meek surrender in the derby against Brighton the previous weekend at Selhurst Park. With the exception of Palace full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, they did not get it. FUL RUNNING ON EMPTY Fulham are drifting towards an inevitable relegation FULHAM are sleepwalking their way towards relegation. There was an air of disbelief about Craven Cottage when Ryan Babel unexpectedly equalised against his former club. Nobody inside the stadium really thought they could go on to win it from there. The apathy has set in because this ambitious outfit have managed to secure only 15 points in this disastrous return to the Premier League. They have some decent players on the books, but there are far too many thinking about their next move when they should be giving Scott Parker their unequivocal support. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”10″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] THE ONE AND LEONLY YOU cannot tire of watching Lionel Messi’s cushioned chip against Real Betis from the outside of the area. The super-slow mos help, with the architect of this finish working out how much flight and spin to put on the ball to send it sailing over the head of the Betis keeper as he is about to make the connection. In years to come there will be a scientific study and analysis of this man and the boffins will reach the same conclusion as the rest of us: this player really is the greatest of all time. [bc_video video_id=”6015010422001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Weekend Round-up: Watch all the best action from the Premier League”]
18 Mar 19
The Scottish Sun
THE next step for European football’s superpowers is to incorporate the likes of Boca Juniors, River Plate, Santos and Gremio into their future plans. For the Champions League to remain progressive, the top clubs in South America should be absorbed into a world league that involves the most famous names in the game. The Champions League needs to incorporate South America’s top clubs to stay exciting There are talks in Nyon this week designed to give the European Cup a bit of spit and polish after 2024. But South American clubs should be working their way into these conversations. These inter-continental fixtures would play havoc with the schedule, but they would make for gripping TV. NOT SO SWEET FA THE FA got themselves into a right old mess by agreeing to be used as a guinea pig for VAR by the Premier League. Saturday’s ridiculous controversies at the Liberty Stadium could have been avoided if someone had the good sense to suggest consistency across every tie in the round. Instead a boutique VAR system was used at Watford and Wolves, but not in the quarter-final between Swansea and Manchester City sandwiched in between. For TV viewers bingeing on Cup football over the weekend, it led to confusion after City got off the hook at Swansea because the system was not being used at the Liberty. Unfortunately that made for a video nasty. ROY RAGE ROY HODGSON wasted a big chance in the FA Cup quarter-final at Vicarage Road against Watford. Hodgson has never been beyond the quarter-final and he was made to pay for lack of ambition and adventure during Crystal Palace’s 2-1 defeat. The Eagles’ hardcore – the Holmesdale Fanatics – demanded an improvement after their meek surrender in the derby against Brighton the previous weekend at Selhurst Park. With the exception of Palace full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, they did not get it. FUL RUNNING ON EMPTY Fulham are drifting towards an inevitable relegation FULHAM are sleepwalking their way towards relegation. There was an air of disbelief about Craven Cottage when Ryan Babel unexpectedly equalised against his former club. Nobody inside the stadium really thought they could go on to win it from there. The apathy has set in because this ambitious outfit have managed to secure only 15 points in this disastrous return to the Premier League. They have some decent players on the books, but there are far too many thinking about their next move when they should be giving Scott Parker their unequivocal support. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”3″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] THE ONE AND LEONLY YOU cannot tire of watching Lionel Messi’s cushioned chip against Real Betis from the outside of the area. The super-slow mos help, with the architect of this finish working out how much flight and spin to put on the ball to send it sailing over the head of the Betis keeper as he is about to make the connection. In years to come there will be a scientific study and analysis of this man and the boffins will reach the same conclusion as the rest of us: this player really is the greatest of all time. [bc_video video_id=”6015010422001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Weekend Round-up: Watch all the best action from the Premier League”]
18 Mar 19
The Sun
THE next step for European football’s superpowers is to incorporate the likes of Boca Juniors, River Plate, Santos and Gremio into their future plans. For the Champions League to remain progressive, the top clubs in South America should be absorbed into a world league that involves the most famous names in the game. The Champions League needs to incorporate South America’s top clubs to stay exciting There are talks in Nyon this week designed to give the European Cup a bit of spit and polish after 2024. But South American clubs should be working their way into these conversations. These inter-continental fixtures would play havoc with the schedule, but they would make for gripping TV. NOT SO SWEET FA THE FA got themselves into a right old mess by agreeing to be used as a guinea pig for VAR by the Premier League. Saturday’s ridiculous controversies at the Liberty Stadium could have been avoided if someone had the good sense to suggest consistency across every tie in the round. Instead a boutique VAR system was used at Watford and Wolves, but not in the quarter-final between Swansea and Manchester City sandwiched in between. For TV viewers bingeing on Cup football over the weekend, it led to confusion after City got off the hook at Swansea because the system was not being used at the Liberty. Unfortunately that made for a video nasty. ROY RAGE ROY HODGSON wasted a big chance in the FA Cup quarter-final at Vicarage Road against Watford. Hodgson has never been beyond the quarter-final and he was made to pay for lack of ambition and adventure during Crystal Palace’s 2-1 defeat. The Eagles’ hardcore – the Holmesdale Fanatics – demanded an improvement after their meek surrender in the derby against Brighton the previous weekend at Selhurst Park. With the exception of Palace full back Aaron Wan-Bissaka, they did not get it. FUL RUNNING ON EMPTY Fulham are drifting towards an inevitable relegation FULHAM are sleepwalking their way towards relegation. There was an air of disbelief about Craven Cottage when Ryan Babel unexpectedly equalised against his former club. Nobody inside the stadium really thought they could go on to win it from there. The apathy has set in because this ambitious outfit have managed to secure only 15 points in this disastrous return to the Premier League. They have some decent players on the books, but there are far too many thinking about their next move when they should be giving Scott Parker their unequivocal support. [article-rail-section title=”MOST READ IN FOOTBALL” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] THE ONE AND LEONLY YOU cannot tire of watching Lionel Messi’s cushioned chip against Real Betis from the outside of the area. The super-slow mos help, with the architect of this finish working out how much flight and spin to put on the ball to send it sailing over the head of the Betis keeper as he is about to make the connection. In years to come there will be a scientific study and analysis of this man and the boffins will reach the same conclusion as the rest of us: this player really is the greatest of all time. [bc_video video_id=”6015010422001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Weekend Round-up: Watch all the best action from the Premier League”]
18 Mar 19
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NYON, Switzerland (AP) — UEFA has charged Cristiano Ronaldo for a provocative gesture mocking Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone after Juventus eliminated the Spanish club from the Champions League. UEFA says its disciplinary panel will judge the charge of “improper conduct” on Thursday. Simeone was fined 20,000 euros ($22,700) by UEFA for making an obscene […]

18 Mar 19
National Post

NYON, Switzerland — UEFA has charged Cristiano Ronaldo for a provocative gesture mocking Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone after Juventus eliminated the Spanish club from the Champions League. UEFA says its disciplinary panel will judge the charge of “improper conduct” on Thursday. Simeone was fined 20,000 euros ($22,700) by UEFA for making an obscene gesture […]

18 Mar 19
The Sun
CRISTIANO RONALDO risks a Champions League ban after being charged by Uefa for his “cojones” goal celebration against Atletico Madrid. The former Real Madrid star, 34, posed directly in front of the travelling Spanish fans after completing the hat-trick that knocked out Diego Simeone’s side. Cristiano Ronaldo mimicked Diego Simeone’s celebration during the midweek win over Atletico Madrid Ronaldo’s offensive gesture appeared a direct answer to Simeone’s own extravagant reaction to Atletico’s second goal in the first leg. And Uefa have now confirmed that Ronaldo has been charged with “improper conduct” for breaches two aspects of disciplinary rules. Ronaldo is accused of “insulting conduct” which “violates the basic rules of decent conduct” and bringing football into disrepute. The minimum sanction will be a heavy fine for the Portuguese ace. [bc_video video_id=”6013206796001″ account_id=”5067014667001″ player_id=”default” embed=”in-page” padding_top=”56%” autoplay=”” min_width=”0px” max_width=”640px” width=”100%” height=”100%” caption=”Cristiano Ronaldo mocks Diego Simeone dance during post match celebration after Juventus win”] Atletico Madrid boss Diego Simeone did this celebration in the first leg [article-rail-section title=”Most read in football” posts_category=”339″ posts_number=”12″ query_type=”popular” /] But Uefa are under pressure to clamp down hard on such antics – meaning Ronaldo will be concerned about the outcome of Thursday’s hearing in Nyon. HIs actions could see him forced out of at least one of the quarter-final games with Ajax.