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Patrice Evra's Marseille contract terminated after UEFA season ban

Shaka Hislop says Patrice Evra's lengthy seven month ban is warranted, but understands the frustrations he faced.
Marseille players were involved in ugly scenes with fans ahead of their Europa League match with Vitoria Guimaraes in Portugal.
Marseille boss Rudi Garcia criticises Patrice Evra for lashing out at a supporter before their UEL clash at Guimaraes.

Patrice Evra has had his contract with Marseille terminated after UEFA suspended him from all European club competition until June 30, 2018, for aiming a kick at a fan ahead of a Europa League game.

Video footage showed the 36-year-old aiming the kick at the Marseille fan as visiting players and supporters confronted each other at the side of the pitch before the tie at Guimaraes on Nov. 2. He was then ushered away by a teammate.

Marseille had initially suspended the player indefinitely, but shortly...

Cologne to appeal UEFA sanctions over crowd trouble against Arsenal

Around 15,000 Cologne fans got into the Emirates Stadium in September.

Cologne have announced that they will appeal the UEFA punishments imposed on them for fan misconduct in the Europa League match at Arsenal in September.

UEFA hit the Bundesliga side last week with a €60,000 fine, a two-match travel ban, suspended for two years, and were told to reimburse Arsenal for damage caused after being charged with crowd disturbances, acts of damage and setting off fireworks.

The match on Sept. 14, which Arsenal won 3-1, had to be delayed by an hour as thousands of Cologne...

 By PA Sport

UEFA opens proceedings after Patrice Evra kicks Marseille fan

Marseille players were involved in ugly scenes with fans ahead of their Europa League match with Vitoria Guimaraes in Portugal.
Marseille boss Rudi Garcia criticises Patrice Evra for lashing out at a supporter before their UEL clash at Guimaraes.

UEFA has opened disciplinary proceedings against Patrice Evra after the Marseille defender aimed a kick at the head of one of the French club's supporters.

Evra, named as a substitute for OM's fixture away to Guimaraes, lashed out at the fan in a heated confrontation before Thursday night's match in Portugal.

The former Manchester United defender was sent off and on Friday UEFA announced the 36-year-old would miss "at least one match," with the organisation's disciplinary body set to discuss his...

Arsenal's Matt Macey: Red Star Belgrade game 'big step in my career'

A 0-0 draw was enough for Arsenal to still qualify for the UEFA Europa League round of 32.
Arsene Wenger believes the fans' frustration during Arsenal's 0-0 draw with Red Star Belgrade in the Europa League is understandable.

Arsenal's third-choice goalkeeper Matt Macey says his performance in Thursday's 0-0 Europa League draw with Red Star Belgrade was "a big step in my career" as he tries to earn a regular spot in the team.

Macey, 23, made his second start for Arsenal after filling in for the injured David Ospina in last week's 2-1 Carabao Cup win against Norwich, and made an excellent one-handed save in the first half to help preserve the draw against Red Star.

"It was obviously a big occasion for me," Macey told...

Matt Macey proved he belongs in Arsenal's first team - Arsene Wenger

A 0-0 draw was enough for Arsenal to still qualify for the UEFA Europa League round of 32.
A 0-0 draw was enough for Arsenal to still qualify for the UEFA Europa League round of 32.
Jack Wilshere spoke after Arsenal's 0-0 draw against Red Star Belgrade and had this to say about his fitness and this summer's World Cup.

LONDON -- Arsene Wenger says third-choice goalkeeper Matt Macey proved he belongs in the first team with his display against Red Star Belgrade on Thursday.

Macey made a stellar one-handed save to tip a looping header onto the bar in the first half of the 0-0 draw, using every inch of his 1.98-metre frame. It was only the second career start for the 23-year-old Macey, who made his debut against Norwich in the Carabao Cup last week -- four years after arriving at the club's academy.

While Macey has...