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 By PA Sport

Newcastle's Henri Saivet joins Sivasspor on short-term loan

Henri Saivet will play alongside Robinho at Sivasspor.

Henri Saivet has left Newcastle to join Turkish side Sivasspor on loan for the rest of the season.

The 27-year-old was signed by then Magpies boss Steve McClaren for around £5 million in January 2016.

However, Saivet has struggled to make an impact in the north east and, having only made four appearances in all competitions this season, has joined Sivasspor on loan.

The Senegal international has left with an eye on proving himself worthy of a place at the World Cup and spent last season on...

Ivory Coast international Cyriac joins Sivasspor

Sivasspor have completed the signing of Ivory Coast international Gohi Bi Zoro Cyriac from Oostende.

The 27-year-old completed a move to the Super Lig side on Tuesday, putting pen to paper on a three-year deal, according to the Turkish side's official website.

Cyriac began his career at the fabled ASEC Mimosas academy, and broke into the first team in the 2007-08 season when he was top scorer in the Ivorian Premier League.

Sivasspor sign Nigeria's Elderson Echiejile

Nigeria's Elderson Echiejile may not be able to add to his 59 caps.
Nigeria's Elderson Echiejile may not be able to add to his 59 caps.

Sivasspor have completed the signing of Nigeria international Elderson Echiejile, who joins the Super Lig side on a one-year loan deal from AS Monaco.

The left-back spent last season on loan at Standard Liege and Sporting Gijon, but struggled to make an impact at either club and has again been deemed surplus to requirements at Monaco.

Despite the transfer speculation surrounding the futures of the Ligue 1 champions' full-backs Benjamin Mendy and Djibril Sidibe, coach Leonardo Jardim has opted to...

By ESPN Staff

UEFA bans two Turkish clubs from Europa Lge

NYON, Switzerland -- UEFA has barred Turkish clubs Sivasspor and Eskisehirspor from next season's Europa League for involvement in a domestic match-fixing scandal.

Both clubs were implicated in deliberately losing to eventual champion Fenerbahce late in the 2010-11 season.

UEFA rules demand clubs are disqualified from the Champions League or Europa League if match-fixing is proven since April 2007, when tougher rules on corruption were introduced.

UEFA says the clubs can appeal at the Court of Arbitration...