Galatasary have been fined 50,000 Euros (£40,000) by UEFA after their fans threw flares on to the pitch when the Turkish team played Arsenal in the Champions League on October 1st. The game, which Arsenal won 4-1, was temporarily halted as two Galatasaray players went to plead with supporters not to throw the flares. The Met Police arrested several people on the night and two men, who both live in the UK, have been charged.
UEFA has dropped proceedings against Arsenal.
The London club were charged with "insufficient organisation (lack of body searching)" after fireworks and missiles were thrown onto the Emirates Stadium pitch during a 4-1 home win on October 1.
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The Chelsea boss Jose Mourinho has hit out at international managers after several of his players came back injured from last week's Euro 2016 qualifiers. He believes that some coaches ignore advice from clubs about players who are carrying injuries.
He revealed today that striker Diego Costa will miss tomorrow's Champions League match against Maribor - the Spaniard was also unavailable for Saturday's win over Crystal Palace. In the past fortnight, Costa played twice for Spain even though Mourinho had warned that he risked picking up an injury.
Sometimes you have national coaches and medical departments that want to establish a relationship and they are interested in the players, their physical condition, their habits. Some others they simply don't care. You are not happy when you give players in good conditions and you receive the players in bad conditions.
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The QPR manager Harry Redknapp launched an extraordinary rant about his attacking midfielder Adel Taarabt saying the Moroccan was "about three stone overweight". Taarabt is one of the most talented players in the QPR squad but was left out of the team to play Liverpool yesterday. At the post-match press conference, Redknapp went public about his problems with the player:
He played in a reserve team game the other day, and I could have run about more than he did. So no, I can't pick him. I can't keep protecting people who don't want to run about and train, who are about three stone overweight. What am I supposed to keep saying, keep getting your 60, 70 grand a week but don't train?
QPR lost yesterday's match 3-2 after conceding two own goals. The result means they have taken just four points from their first eight Premier League games.
Harry Redknapp's post match comments after QPR's 2-3 defeat against Liverpool on Sunday suggest Adel Taarabt weighs some 15 stone.
The 67 year-old launched an astonishing attack against Taarabt, claiming he cannot "protect people who are about three stone overweight," after being quizzed about why the Moroccan was absent from his matchday squad.
I pick people that want to try, and deserve to be at a good football club like QPR, and want to work, and come in every day and want to work, and train, and show a good attitude.
And that's what I got today from the players. When he starts doing that, whether he ever can do it, maybe he'll get a game.
The other lads, I've got a fantastic group of lads here, absolutely superb, all of them. I can't keep protecting people who don't want to run about and train, who are about three stone overweight. What am I supposed to keep saying, keep getting your 60, 70 grand a week but don't train?
According to the NHS, the ideal weight for a healthy man of Tarrabt's 5 ft 11 in frame is around 75 kilograms, or 12 stone, which suggests the attacking midfielder is currently 15 stone.
QPR remain rooted to the foot of the Premier League with four points from eights games following the dramatic defeat against Liverpool.
The Essex snooker player Ali Carter has won the General Cup in Hong Kong, only a few weeks after he completed a course of chemotherapy for lung cancer. Carter, who has also been treated for testicular cancer, beat the former world champion Shaun Murphy 7-6 in the final. It was the first tournament he has played in since his treatment.
Carter, whose nickname is 'The Captain', posted this on Twitter.
Murphy was quick to congratulate his opponent as did other figures in the world of snooker.
Feel very honoured to have witnessed @thecaptain147 return to snooker. Congratulations on a great week back mate and here's to many more.
John Terry will captain Chelsea for the 500th time this afternoon. He has been named in the Blues' team to face Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. He will also equal Frank Lampard's Premier League appearance record of 429 games for the club.
The sportswoman and British Polio Fellowship ambassador, originally from Kenya, has been given the honour for her services to disability, sport and charity work
On her internet blog, she described the award as 'a huge honour and blessing'- saying it's a recognition not just for her but for everyone who's given her opportunities to give back to society.