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Europa League news from Thursday, September 24, 2020

- New season, same result.Bayern Munich collected yet another trophy on Thursday, beating Sevilla 2-1 in extra time to capture the UEFA Super Cup.The reigning Europa League and Champions League winners were level after 90 minutes thanks to first-half goals from Lucas Ocampos and Leon Goretzka, respectively, but the German side broke the deadlock when substitute Javi Martinez headed home in the 104th...

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- The UEFA Super Cup between Bayern Munich and Sevilla will be played with up to 20,000 fans in attendance, European football's governing body announced Tuesday.The annual curtain-raiser, featuring the Champions League and Europa League winners, is slated for Sept. 24 at the Puskas Arena in Budapest.UEFA said up to 30% of the 67,000-seat stadium will be open to spectators. It's unclear if Bayern Mun...

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Europa League news from Friday, August 21, 2020

- Look away, Manchester United fans.Romelu Lukaku's spectacular debut season at Inter Milan continued Friday, as the Belgian equaled a longstanding club record by scoring his 34th goal of the campaign in the Europa League final against Sevilla.Lukaku, who won a penalty early in the match before calmly converting it, moved level with Brazilian icon Ronaldo for most tallies by a player in their first ...

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- Manchester United and Chelsea have secured Champions League spots, while Leicester City missed out on a berth in the continent's preeminent competition following a frenzied final day in the Premier League.United topped Leicester 2-0 at the King Power Stadium and Chelsea topped Wolverhampton Wanderers by the same score at Stamford Bridge to finish third and fourth in the table, respectively. The Fo...

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Europa League news from Wednesday, July 15, 2020

- Nothing riles up the football community quite like a rule change.With five substitutes available instead of the traditional three, there's considerable debate about the potential effects of the relief measure. The International Football Associated Board amended the rule to keep players fresh during the pandemic, but who's to say it won't become a permanent addition to the so-called Laws of the Gam...

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- Teams in all competitions will have the option of bringing on five substitutes through the 2020-21 season, the International Football Association Board confirmed Wednesday.IFAB said it extended the measure because of the "impact on player welfare of competitions being played in a condensed period and in different weather conditions."The organization amended the rule - which previously limited subs...

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Europa League news from Tuesday, July 14, 2020

- How could UEFA get it so wrong?Manchester City's two-year European ban was overturned on Monday, but it wasn't because they proved themselves innocent on all counts of financial misconduct. Rather, the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) found that UEFA failed to follow its own guidelines in levying the suspension to begin with."Prosecution is barred after five years for all breaches of the UEFA ...

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Europa League news from Friday, July 10, 2020

- Friday's Europa League draw raised the prospect of an all-Premier League semifinal between Manchester United and Wolverhampton, who are on the same side of the competition's newly formed bracket.Though the Europa League is still stuck in the round of 16 due to the coronavirus pandemic, each remaining team learned its path to the final on Friday. 🔥 The #UELdraw is complete 🔥2020 #UEL winners...

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Europa League news from Monday, July 6, 2020

- For years, English-speaking soccer commentators have been accused of using racial stereotypes to describe Black players. Now, there's data to prove it.A study by Danny McLoughlin, a lead researcher with Danish firm RunRepeat, and the Professional Footballers' Association determined racial bias exists in soccer commentary. McLoughlin and his team reviewed more than 2,000 statements from 80 matches ...

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- For years, English-speaking soccer commentators have been accused of using racial stereotypes to describe Black players. Now, there's data to prove it.A study by Danny McLoughlin, a lead researcher with Danish firm RunRepeat, and the Professional Footballers' Association determined racial bias exists in soccer commentary. McLoughlin and his team reviewed more than 2,000 statements from 80 matches ...

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