BRATISLAVA, Slovakia (AP) — Slovan Bratislava was fined by UEFA and banned from selling tickets to its fans for its next away game in European competition. Slovan fans demolished toilets and damaged other parts of Sturm Graz's stadium, as well as set off fireworks in the first leg of the Europa Conference League playoff on Feb. 15. UEFA fined the Slovakia club a total of 23,750 euros ($25,700), and told Slovan to contact Sturm within 30 days to pay for the damage. Sturm won the game 4-1 and even
Sessegnon has only made one appearance for Spurs over the past 12 months.
ROME (AP) — It's looking more and more like Paul Pogba's career is heading to a premature end. Once one of the world's top midfielders, Pogba was banned for the maximum four years by Italy’s anti-doping court on Thursday after the World Cup winner tested positive for testosterone while at Juventus. Even though Pogba said he would appeal to the Switzerland-based Court of Arbitration for Sport, the verdict is unlikely to be overturned by the France international — who turns 31 next month — because
Fulham posted a TikTok video that has drawn criticism from the Manchester United manager