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Chelsea face partial stadium closure if Uefa finds fans guilty of antisemitism

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• Uefa to decide whether to open disciplinary case• Fàbregas happy if Chelsea ‘taught a lesson’ to tackle racismChelsea will be forced to close part of Stamford Bridge in the Europa League if Uefa concludes their fans were guilty of an antisemitic chant in Budapest.The governing body hopes to receive on Friday reports which will enable it to decide whether to open a disciplinary case. Chelsea have strongly condemned a section of their fans for a chant which referenced “yids” in the Europa League game at Vidi but Uefa needs to take its own judgment. Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Chelsea face partial stadium closure if Uefa finds fans guilty of antisemitism

Wolves v Bournemouth: match preview

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Wolves are chasing a third successive win, thanks largely to Diogo Jota’s return to form, against Bournemouth. After failing to score in 14 appearances in all competitions he found the net in wins against Chelsea and Newcastle. Nuno Espírito Santo’s side can leapfrog Eddie Howe’s with victory. Bournemouth have slipped from their impressive start and could be in trouble. One, somewhat fortunate, win against Huddersfield and five defeats in their past six is troubling. A key aspect could be Ryan Fraser’s partnership with Callum Wilson and whether Wolves are able to shut them down, if Wilson is passed fit. Graham SearlesSaturday 3pm Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Wolves v Bournemouth: match preview

Jose Mourinho: Manchester United are far from playing in my image

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• Manager says reasons run deeper than transfers• Trophies matter, Mourinho says before game at LiverpoolJosé Mourinho believes Manchester United are a long way from playing in his image and has suggested structural issues at the club are to blame.United travel to Anfield on Sunday 16 points behind Jürgen Klopp’s Premier League leaders. Liverpool are viewed as a team in their manager’s image and Mourinho was asked whether the same could be said for him and United. Continue reading... Source: Football News Link : Jose Mourinho: Manchester United are far from playing in my image

Phil Neville: 'To be told I knew nothing was incredibly disrespectful'

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The 41-year-old reflects on a year in charge of England Women and how he plans to lead them to World Cup glory next summer“Flown by. Absolutely flown by,” Phil Neville says as he reflects on his time in charge of the England women’s team. It has been almost a year and, as is the case with any job, there have been highs and lows, both of which Neville is willing and able to speak about on a clear winter’s afternoon at the national team’s base at St George’s Park.Pride and ambition radiate from the former Manchester United defender and no more so than when conversation turns to next summer’s World Cup in France. England qualified for the tournament with victory over Wales in August and, following last Saturday’s draw, have been placed in the same group as Scotland, Argentina and Japan