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CHELSEA COACH FINED SIX THOUSAND POUNDS FOR MISCONDUCT

Chelsea coach Marco Ianni has been fined £6,000 by the Football Association after admitting improper conduct against Manchester United. The Italian sparked controversy in the 96th minute during the recent clash with United at Stamford Bridge on October 20. A late Ross Barkley goal salvaged a point for the Blues, prompting Ianni

KARIUS BAACK TO LIVERPOOL IS FALSE

Loris Karius' agent Florian Goll has dismissed rumours linking the goalkeeper with a January return to Liverpool as being "complete nonsense." Turkish outlet Fotomac reported Besiktas were trying to cut short the German's two-year loan deal and send him back to Anfield this winter in order to secure Divock Origi in his place. Per Smith, Goll said: "Complete

DEMBELE TOLD TO FIND A NEW CLUB

Barcelona have reportedly told Ousmane Dembele to look for a new club when the transfer window reopens in January. According to RAC1 (h/t The Sun's Joshua Jones), Barcelona are willing to let the Frenchman leave after less than two seasons at the club. Premier League sides Arsenal, Chelsea and Liverpool could all be interested in signing the 21-year-old, who

RONALDO TALKS ABOUT HIS CONTROVERSIES AND MORE

Juventus star Cristiano Ronaldo has said the rape allegation made against him is "interfering in my life" and revealed it was his relationship with Real Madrid President Florentino Perez that prompted him to leave the club in the summer. Last month, a police investigation into a rape allegation made against Ronaldo by Kathryn Mayorga in 2009 was reopened. Mayorga

EUROPEAN CLUB RANKING AFTER WEEK 10

  20. Real Madrid (-4) A 5-1 defeat in a Clasico won't be forgotten in a hurry—not by Barcelona fans, but not by Real Madrid fans either. They're ninth in La Liga, have already lost six games this season and have won just once in six league attempts.   19. Ajax (New!) Ajax may be five points

REAL MADRID DELAY CONTE APPOINTMENT

Real Madrid reportedly delayed making Antonio Conte Real Madrid boss after the Italian demanded the club make two signings. Castilla coach Santiago Solari has "provisionally replaced" the Julen Lopetegui as manager, but the former Chelsea boss remains a favourite to take the hot seat on a permanent basis. The Spaniard's fate was sealed on Monday evening,

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