A judge in Spain has ordered that UEFA and the Premier League scrap all fines issued in the wake of the Super League debacle as they breach European competition law.
UEFA have been forced to close down an investigation into Manuel Neuer's rainbow armband after it was decided the rainbow is not political but a symbol for diversity.
Arsenal are out of Europe for the first time in 25 years so of course this is when they finally do away with away goals in UEFA competitions.
Juventus have been told they will be thrown out of Serie A if they continue to insist on being part of the European Super League which is still clinging on to life.
Arsenal and the rest of the big six will be hit with 'huge' fines by the Premier League over their Super League breakaway attempt, according to a report.
Arsenal and the other clubs involved have reportedly been fined £7m by UEFA for their part in attempting to breakaway to form a European Super League.
UEFA have confirmed the planned changes to the squads taking part in the European Championships this summer, which is good news for Bukayo Saka.
Amid all this week's talk about the European Super League, UEFA put through their new format for the Champions League post-2024.
UEFA's new proposals to expand and alter the Champions League format, starting from 2024, are currently in the balance.
Arsene Wenger has admitted he dreams of a World Cup every 2 years, a more sensible approach to qualifiers & getting rid of meaningless international competitions.
UEFA are planning a Champions League format restructure, proposing a version of the competition with extra places for high coefficient rankings.
UEFA have announced the squads of the teams that will compete in the Women's Champions League final 8 from Friday in the Basque Country.
Known by some as Mystic Weg, Arsene Wenger spoke in 2015 about the death of FFP and here we are in 2020 with the Court of Arbitration for Sport finally putting it's rotting carcass on display for all to see.
As expected, Manchester City have had their two-year European football ban overturned meaning they can now play in the Champions League next season and Arsenal definitely can't.
UEFA want the Premier League and other European leagues to make a decision on their season restart by May 25th, according to their latest statement.
It's still possible UEFA end up using the coefficient rankings to decide which clubs make it into the Champions League next season.
UEFA are still planning to play the remaining Champions League and Europa League fixtures for this campaign, even if it cuts into next season.
The play-offs for Euro 2020 are now likely to take place in October and November, even if they are behind closed doors according to a report on Friday.
UEFA president, Aleksander Ceferin, has said that the 19/20 Champions League and Europa League could be abandoned if there is no way to play it before the end of August.
UEFA are still urging patience in the hope European leagues can complete their domestic seasons over the coming months.
If you are one of the few people who believed football would actually return on April 30, then I'm sorry to say more disappointment is coming your way.
UEFA want European domestic seasons to finish by the end of June, which is likely to lead to the cancellation of the campaign.
UEFA are expected to announce today that Euro 2020 will be pushed back to 2021 which will have a knock on-effect on other competitions, namely the Women's Euros due to take pace next year.
Arsenal were apparently reluctant to play Manchester City next week due to the short notice given to travelling fans but agreed to help ease City's congestion after Pep Guardiola's men convinced UEFA to let them play at the same time as a Champions League game.
UEFA could open another investigation into Manchester City with it being claimed that they over-inflated their sponsorship money to fiddle Financial Fair Play regulations between 2012 and 2016.
Mikel Arteta admits he was 'shocked' by Manchester City's two-year Champions League ban because he just wants the best for them.
Manchester City will find out later this month if they will be thrown out of the Champions League due to Financial Fair Play breaches.
Eintracht Frankfurt won't be allowed to bring away fans to their game against Arsenal next month, after receiving a ban from UEFA.
Arsenal will get to pretend they're playing in the Champions League instead of the Europa League when they play on Wednesday next month instead of Thursday, but what's that about?
European co-efficients are a funny thing and never moreso than this season when Arsenal are ranked above United, Spurs and Chelsea despite being in the Europa League once again.
UEFA have capped the price of away tickets after a letter from fan groups representing Arsenal, Tottenham, Liverpool, and Chelsea showed what was possible when we all work together for the same goal.
UEFA have ranked Arsenal ahead of Liverpool after they updated their co-efficient table to take into account this season's European competitions.
UEFA wants clubs to help fans shoulder the financial burden of travelling to European finals because they have to give tickets to sponsors.
So, it's finally here, the final match of Arenal's season all the way out in Baku.
Arsenal players will not be able to show any sign of support for Henrikh Mkhitaryan before the Europa League final thanks to UEFA's rules.
Jose Mourinho has expressed his sympathy to Arsenal and Chelsea fans who are unable to attend the Europa League final in Baku while pointing out there is much more pressure on Arsenal to win the game than his old club.
UEFA's own report stated that Baku was not fit to host the Champions League or Europa League final, claiming that local university dormitories and campsites would be needed to house supporters.
I’m often told that politics has no place in football, but those critics are oddly silent as Arsenal and Chelsea fans struggle to get to a match that a professional footballer won’t play in because he doesn’t feel safe.
Arsenal fans are being warned that the club faces punishment if any fans protest about the farce that is the Europa League final at the match in Baku.
Fanzones. That's where UEFA want football fans. As far away as possible from the actual football where they might ruin the spectacle beamed around the world with their loutish, working-class behaviour.
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