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Lyon to issue life ban to Nazi-saluting fan during Manchester City clash

Manchester City assistant manager Mikel Arteta admits he has no idea if manager Pep Guardiola’s touchline ban would’ve had an effect on their 2-0 Champions League loss to Lyon.
Lyon coach Bruno Genesio is thrilled by Nabil Fekir and the whole side as they beat Manchester City.
Cristiano Ronaldo is sent off in controversial circumstances while Lyon take advantage of a sloppy Manchester City performance.
ESPN FC’s Craig Burley and Shaka Hislop assess where Manchester City’s UCL opener went wrong following their 2-1 defeat against Lyon.

Lyon are seeking to identify a fan accused of performing a Nazi salute during their 2-1 win over Manchester City in the Champions League group-stage opener on Wednesday and will ban him from games for life.

A video that circulated via social media showed a supporter raising his right arm, leading to a police investigation over an alleged hate crime.

In a statement, Lyon acknowledged the video’s existence and said the fan will not be allowed to attend their games, either at Groupama Stadium or elsewhere.

“This is absolutely abhorrent behaviour and it has no place in our community and no place in sport,” Greater Manchester Police chief inspector Gareth Parkin said in a separate statement. “We are committed to policing racism at football matches, and hate crimes of any sort will simply not be tolerated.

“We will be working closely with French police and both clubs to identify the person responsible.”

Manchester police also said they arrested two individuals in Manchester city centre before the match and charged them with affray.

ESPN FC Manchester City correspondent Jonathan Smith contributed to this report.

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Amaju Pinnick re-elected NFF president

Amaju Pinnick has been re-elected for a second four-year term as president of the Nigeria Football Federation (NFF).

Pinnick, 47, saw off the challenge of his predecessor, Aminu Maigari, and former NFF General Secretary and executive committee member Taiwo Ogunjobi to coast home by a landslide.

Pinnick polled 34 of the 44 votes on offer, with Maigari a distant second with eight votes, and Ogunjobi managing only two. Chinedu Okoye, the fourth man in the contest, got zero votes.

Maigari, the immediate past president of the NFF, was expected to provide the stiffest opposition to Pinnick’s ambition of becoming the first man to win and serve a second term as NFF president.

In the end, it wasn’t even close. Pinnick’s message of continuity and a self-sustaining football federation resonated with the NFF Congress.

But victory may not be the end of the troubles for Nigerian football, which has been embroiled in a leadership crisis with Chris Giwa claiming he was the rightfully elected president of the federation.

Sports Minister Solomon Dalung stayed away from the elections, claiming it was an illegal process on the basis of a Supreme Court ruling. And there were rumours that Giwa had obtained a fresh court order to stop the election.

Pinnick will — barring further disruption — lead the NFF until 2022.

Vice-President Seyi Akinwunmi also won by a landslide, polling 42 out of 44 votes to win re-election.

If Pinnick serves his term, he will be the first person ever to serve two consecutive terms. Ibrahim Galadima won re-election in 2006, but was forced to resign soon after.

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U17 EURO season guide

The UEFA European Under-17 Championship qualifying round starts on 27 September as the road to May’s finals in the Republic of Ireland – and the 2019 FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru – begins.

In all, 52 of the entrants will compete in mini-tournaments held before 2 November, with top seeds England and Germany given byes to the elite round and hosts the Republic of Ireland already in May’s finals. Among those in action on the first day of qualifying are the Netherlands, who beat Italy in last May’s finals in England.

2018 U17 finals in review

2018 U17 finals in review

Qualifying round groups
Group 1 (27 September–3 October):
Netherlands (holders), Sweden*, Montenegro, Liechtenstein

Group 2 (10–16 October): Bosnia and Herzegovina*, Ukraine, Iceland, Gibraltar

Group 3 (24–30 October): Austria, Slovenia*, Bulgaria, Malta

Group 4 (20–26 October): Spain, Israel, Faroe Islands, FYR Macedonia*

Group 5 (26 October–1 November): Scotland, Switzerland, Cyprus*, Kosovo

Froup 6 (24–30 October): Russia, Denmark*, Georgia, Estonia

Group 7 (25–31 October): France, Poland*, Finland, Luxembourg

Group 8 (23–29 October): Czech Republic, Norway, Azerbaijan, Albania*

Group 9 (30 September–6 October): Serbia, Hungary*, Romania, Lithuania

Group 10 (24–30 October): Turkey*, Slovakia, Northern Ireland, San Marino

Group 11 (10–16 October): Portugal*, Wales, Belarus, Kazakhstan

Group 12 (25–31 October): Belgium, Greece, Latvia, Moldova*

Group 13 (27 October–2 November): Italy, Croatia*, Armenia, Andorra


  • The top two in each group plus the four third-placed teams with the best records against the leading pair in their section advance to join top seeds England and Germany in the elite round next March, from which 15 teams will qualify to line up alongside hosts Ireland in the finals.
  • The finals will also act as Europe’s qualifier for the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Peru from 5 to 27 October 2019.

Season calendar
Qualifying round: 27 September–2 November
Elite round draw: 6 December, Nyon
Elite round: tbc March
Finals draw: tbc, Republic of Ireland
Finals: 3–19 May, Republic of Ireland

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Champions League Fantasy Football Team of the Week

UEFA Champions League Team of the Week - matchday one

The team is made up of the highest-scoring players this week in the official UEFA Champions League Fantasy game, presented by PlayStation. The player with the lower value was selected when two or more were tied on matchweek points. Let us know your thoughts @ChampionsLeague using #UCL.

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