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UEFA president Ceferin said leagues ready to play behind closed doors

Milan, Italy | AFP | UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin said Monday that leagues across Europe were ready to return to action behind closed doors in a bid to limit the damage caused by coronavirus. Football leagues have been suspended since mid-March due to the pandemic which has claimed more than 100,000 lives throughout the continent. …

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Europe mulls finishing football season at end of year

Rome, Italy | AFP | Europe’s football bosses have not given up hope of finishing this pandemic-hit season — even if it might have to be done at the start of the next one. The novel coronavirus has created an existential challenge to the world’s most widely played and watched sport. …

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Euro 2020 fate to be decided as virus threat looms

Paris, France | AFP |  UEFA is expected to postpone Euro 2020 by up to a year on Tuesday, as European football’s governing body considers its response to the fallout of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. All of Europe’s leading domestic leagues ground to a halt last week with football confronting its …

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Will Euro 2020 be postponed due to the coronavirus outbreak?

Paris, France | AFP | As the coronavirus outbreak causes chaos across Europe, UEFA has a major decision to make over whether it can go ahead with the upcoming European Championship as planned. European football’s governing body will hold a crisis meeting next Tuesday to discuss the way forward for all …

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UEFA chief accuses British PM Johnson of fuelling racism

London, United Kingdom | AFP | UEFA chief Aleksander Ceferin has accused British Prime Minister Boris Johnson of fuelling racism and insists European football’s governing body is working hard to tackle the problem plaguing the game. A number of high-profile incidents in recent weeks, including racist abuse hurled at England players in Bulgaria and chants …

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