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Serie A - Juventus v Frosinone

Juve's season begins in earnest against Atletico

Unbeaten in the league with only six points dropped and 13 points clear at the top, Juventus have been utterly dominant in the Serie A this season and seem all but certain to win an eighth successive title.

FA Cup Fifth Round - Chelsea v Manchester United

Sarri picks over the bones as confusion reigns at Chelsea

Maurizio Sarri was left picking over the bones of Chelsea's FA Cup exit against Manchester United on Tuesday as the odds shortened on him suffering the same fate as Luiz Felipe Scolari and Andre Villas-Boas in failing to last a season as Blues manager.

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AFC gets experts to combat pirate TV channel beoutQ

The Asian Football Confederation (AFC) is roping in experts to step up its fight against Intellectual Property (IP) theft by pirate channel beoutQ that illegally broadcast last month's Asian Cup, the confederation said on Tuesday.

Serie A - Napoli v SPAL

Dalian confirm Hamsik signing

Chinese Super League side Dalian Yifang have completed the signing of Slovenia international midfielder Marek Hamsik from Napoli, the club confirmed via social media.

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Olsen's heroics help Roma to 2-1 win over Bologna

ROME (Reuters) - AS Roma had goalkeeper Robin Olsen to thank for a 2-1 win over lowly Bologna on Monday which kept them hot on the heels of AC Milan in the race for the Champions League next season.

Man City to face Swansea, United take on Wolves in FA Cup

Man City to face Swansea, United take on Wolves in FA Cup

LONDON (Reuters) - Premier League champions Manchester City will travel to Championship (second-tier) side Swansea City in the FA Cup quarter-finals next month, while rivals Manchester United visit Wolverhampton Wanderers.

European football leaders say FIFA competition plans 'unacceptable'

European football leaders say FIFA competition plans 'unacceptable'

BERN (Reuters) - European football clubs, leagues and governing body UEFA have reiterated their opposition to FIFA's plans for two new competitions, labelling them "unacceptable" in their current form.