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AS Roma donate €150k to help fund medical costs for injured Liverpool fan Sean Cox

Roma president James Pallotta was critical of the officiating in the Champions League.
Jim Pallotta, Roma club president, has personally donated €50,000.

AS Roma and club president Jim Pallotta have made a combined donation of €150,000 to a trust fund set up to help the family of Liverpool fan Sean Cox with his medical and rehabilitation costs.

Cox was left in critical condition following an attack outside Anfield on April 24 before the two sides met in the first leg of their Champions League semifinal.

The 53-year-old father of three, from Dunboyne in Ireland, has started a rehabilitation programme after he suffered a bleed on the...

At UEFA meeting, clubs deny reported breakaway Super League plans

The FC crew answer your questions about the potential European Super League, Jose Mourinho and much more!
As plans for a European super league start to emerge, the FC crew discuss how it would work and how it would impact European and global football.

European football leaders came to UEFA on Wednesday seeking answers about a reported plan for a breakaway Super League that threatens the game's historic structure.

They got no new details from officials representing top clubs, according to people familiar with the meeting of UEFA's strategy council.

Instead, the latest plans for an elite breakaway league -- which were revealed Nov. 2 in the "Football Leaks" series -- were said to be driven by "one and a half clubs," referring to Real Madrid and...

UEFA pledges new investigations if clubs abuse FFP following reports

ESPN FC's Julien Laurens talks Financial Fair Play and the reported negotiations to keep PSG and Man City in the UEFA Champions League.
As plans for a European super league start to emerge, the FC crew discuss how it would work and how it would impact European and global football.
Pep Guardiola says he knows nothing about UEFA's investigation into Manchester City breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
The FC crew answer your questions about the potential European Super League, Jose Mourinho and much more!
The guys respond to your tweets about annoying questions, fun teams to watch, the Serie Awesome podcast, Aaron Ramsey, Financial Fair Play and more.

UEFA has warned it is ready to re-investigate clubs who may have "abused" its Financial Fair Play regulations following claims by Der Spiegel, the German publication, that Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain circumvented the rules to avoid strict penalties for non-compliance.

Der Spiegel released a number of stories earlier this month based on so-called Football Leaks data alleging that Premier League champions City and Ligue 1 winners PSG had avoided UEFA's FFP regulations.

PSG, owned by Qatar...

Manchester City didn't deserve penalty after Raheem Sterling's trip - Gabriel Jesus

Paul Pogba's two goals in a span of two minutes sparked Man United's comeback win versus Man City last April.
Pep Guardiola says he knows nothing about UEFA's investigation into Manchester City breaching Financial Fair Play rules.
ESPN FC's Julien Laurens talks Financial Fair Play and the reported negotiations to keep PSG and Man City in the UEFA Champions League.

Gabriel Jesus has said he did not deserve to score his first goal for Manchester City since August in their 6-0 win over Shakhtar Donetsk after Raheem Sterling was awarded a penalty tripping himself up.

The Brazil striker went on to score his first career hat trick, with the opening goal on Wednesday coming after referee Viktor Kassai believed Sterling was fouled in the box.

Jesus, 21, added another from the spot before scoring again in injury time, and he said it was a relief to end his goalscoring...

Raheem Sterling could have told the referee he was wrong over penalty - Pep Guardiola

After Raheem Sterling was awarded a penalty for tripping over his own feet against Shakhtar, the FC guys discuss if he should have told the referee.

MANCHESTER, England -- Raheem Sterling apologised to the referee after he controversially won a penalty in Manchester City's 6-0 victory over Shakhtar Donetsk.

The England forward kicked the floor as he raced through on goal tripping himself up, but referee Viktor Kassai bizarrely pointed to the spot.

City were already leading through David Silva's 13th minute strike when Gabriel Jesus converted the penalty for the first of his three goals.

"I went to chip the ball and I don't know what happened...