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UEFA Open Disciplinary Proceedings Against English FA Following Euro 2020 Final

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UEFA open disciplinary proceedings against England after Euro 2020 Final

UEFA has launched a disciplinary investigation against the English Football Association following events inside and outside Wembley stadium at the euro 2020 final.

UEFA says the investigation is in accordance with article 31 of its rules.

The fa has also been hit with four charges; invasion of the field of play by its supporters, throwing of objects by its supporters, disturbance caused by its supporters during the national anthem, and lighting of a firework by its supporters.

The UEFA also said the case would be dealt with by the its control, ethics, and disciplinary body in time.

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Serena Williams Announces She Will Not Play In Tokyo Olympics

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Serena Williams Announces She Will Not Play In Tokyo Olympics

Tennis superstar Serena Williams has announced that she will not be heading to the Tokyo Olympics.

Williams, a four-time Olympic gold medalist, did not give a reason for not showing up.

Williams isn’t the only tennis player, Rafael Nadal and Dominic Thiem also said they will not attend the Olympics. Roger Federer said on Saturday he had yet to decide on whether or not he planned to go to Tokyo.

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UEFA To Scrap Away Goals Rule In All European Club Competitions

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UEFA president, Aleksander Ceferin, has confirmed the scrapping of away goals rule from European competitions for the 2021-2022 season.

The rule has been used for more than half a century, but will no longer apply in deciding knockout matches in UEFA club competitions, including the champions, and the Europa, leagues.

Arsenal’s former boss, Arsene Wenger. And Atletico Madrid’s head coach, Diego Simeone, disagree with the idea.

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Barcelona President, Laporta Refuses To Apologize To UEFA

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Barcelona president Joan Laporta is insisting that the Super League project “is still alive”.

Laporta said this at a meeting of club members where he claimed the competition would be worth $830 million per season for Barcelona”.

Despite opposition from UEFA, fans and rival clubs, Laporta insisted the Super League would mean “financial sustainability for the clubs and makes for a more attractive competition”.

Laporta also labelled UEFA as “de facto monopoly.”

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