Posts Tagged ‘UEFA’

A London man is struggling to find either the right time or the courage to admit to his wife that a major football tournament is taking place this summer.

Representatives for Preston North End have revealed their shock at being invited to join American billionaire Charlie Stillitano’s proposed European Super League, and have said that they would welcome any move that would see them restored to world football’s top table.

Officials within UEFA are said to be up in arms at the prospect of Leicester City and Tottenham Hotspur muddying up their elite Champions League competition next season, believing it to be the work of the Football Association gaining revenge for their treatment in recent years from FIFA.

The footballing world is today reeling from the news that K.A.A. Gent will take on VfL Wolfsburg in the stand-out tie of the first knockout round of the Champions League.

The Russian Football Union has moved to deny their involvement in the doping scandal enveloping the country by insisting that there is nothing unusual about ten clones of midfielder Aleksandr Kokorin being named for their upcoming friendly against Portugal.

Scotland have been asked to look after all the other Home Nation’s homes after becoming the only country within the United Kingdom not to qualify for next year’s UEFA European Championship.

Celtic manager Ronny Deila is today ‘looking back with pride’ after his side managed to get themselves knocked out of the Champions League at the qualifying stage for the fourth time in six seasons at the hands of Swedish outfit Malmö.

West Ham United have admitted that they will probably not be releasing a DVD showing their penalty shoot-out Europa League victory over Maltese minnows Birkirkara, who put up a spirited show to triumph 1-0 on the night.