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UEFA: No sanctions for Manchester City or Paris Saint-Germain

Manchester City's Fernandinho believes that the FA Cup hasn't lost its romance.

NYON, Switzerland -- Manchester City and Paris Saint-Germain no longer risk UEFA fines and penalties for breaking "Financial Fair Play" rules in 2014.

UEFA says both clubs complied with ongoing clauses such as limiting their spending on wages and transfers through 2016.

It means Man City and PSG each forfeited only €20 million ($21.4m) in Champions League prize money instead of the maximum €60m ($64.2m) that UEFA threatened to withhold.

UEFA says its club finance panel also cleared Dinamo...

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Players' union FIFPro says Dortmund game shouldn't have gone ahead

Thomas Tuchel describes the 'strange feeling' he is experiencing in the aftermath of the attack on Dortmund's team bus.
Borussia Dortmund's Nuri Sahin gave an emotional interview discussing the bus attack that happened on Tuesday.
Borussia Dortmund president Reinhard Rauball has hailed the solidarity shown by Dortmund and Monaco fans after Tuesday night's attack.

International players' union FIFPro has told Reuters that Borussia Dortmund's Champions League quarterfinal first-leg tie against Monaco should not have been played less than 24 hours after three explosions hit their team bus.

Two people were injured, including Dortmund defender Marc Bartra, after windows on the bus were shattered by the explosions as the bus drove to their stadium.

The union has also called for clearer guidelines should similar incidents occur in the future.

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UEFA to decide if roof can be shut for Champions League final in Cardiff

Principality Stadium has a retractable roof that could come into play for the Champions League final.

The 2017 Champions League final in Cardiff could be played under a closed roof for the first time.

UEFA will make the decision closer to the June 3 final at the Principality Stadium, local organising committee officials told a Champions League media briefing on Friday.

The roof of the 74,500-capacity stadium has been closed in the past for Wales rugby internationals, but shutting it for European club football's showpiece event would see UEFA break new ground.

There is, however, a precedent for a...

DFB chief Grindel voted into UEFA Executive Committee, FIFA Council

German Football Association (DFB) president Reinhard Grindel said he wants to give Germany "a voice in world football again" after being voted into the UEFA Executive Committee and FIFA Council at the UEFA Congress in Helsinki on Wednesday.

Having been one of 11 candidates for eight vacant seats on UEFA's Executive Committee, Grindel received 44 of the 55 votes from national associations and will now serve four years in the new role.

He was also voted to be the European representative on the FIFA...

Term limits, new ethics procedures highlight approved reforms from UEFA Congress

UEFA approved a series of reforms at its annual congress in Helsinki, Finland which could have a major impact on how and who runs European football's governing body.

The two-day gathering of the organisation's 55 member associations was overshadowed by a dispute however between UEFA and representatives of European football leagues over changes to the Champions League format.

Here we examine what the reforms entail and the background behind the row currently unfolding within European football.

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UEFA chief Aleksander Ceferin slams Europe's top leagues over 'blackmail'

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has accused Europe's top leagues of attempting to "blackmail" the governing body.

The European Professional Football Leagues (EPFL), which represents leagues from 25 countries, has been critical of UEFA since being left out of key talks on changing Champions League entries and prize money distribution.

A deal between the EPFL and UEFA to avoid schedule clashes expired last month, and the EPFL said its leagues would now be free to organise games at the same time...