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Russian Premier League

Spartak Moscow's crisis reaches historic nadir for Russia's biggest club

Under owner Leonid Fedun, Spartak Moscow are gradually fading into irrelevance in Russian football.

Imagine a Real Madrid fan being voted as Barcelona president. Imagine a Liverpool supporter taking over at Manchester United. Those situations might seem unthinkable, but a similar scenario became reality in Russia back in 2003, when Kiev-born Dynamo Kiev admirer Leonid Fedun bought Spartak Moscow.

The rivalry between Spartak and Dynamo was the most intense of the former Soviet Union. It was not only about the Russian capital versus the Ukrainian capital, but also about different footballing...

ESPN FC  By Dale Johnson

European league champions and European qualification 2014-15

Chelsea celebrate after sealing the Premier League title.

A comprehensive list of all the champions, European qualifiers and relegated teams across the major leagues.

Champions League: Chelsea (champions), Manchester City, Arsenal
Champions League final qualifying round: Man United
Europa League group stage:  Tottenham Hotspur, plus Liverpool or Aston Villa
Europa League third qualifying round: Liverpool or Southampton 
Relegated: Burnley, Queens Park Rangers, Hull City
Promoted to top flight: AFC Bournemouth, Watford,...

UEFA hurting Eastern European clubs with FFP - Krasnodar owner

UEFA President Michel Platini admits he could be in favour of reducing the Financial Fair Play restrictions currently in place across European football.

MOSCOW -- The billionaire owner of Russian club Krasnodar has accused UEFA of stifling the growth of football in Eastern Europe with financial fair play (FFP) restrictions.

Supermarket tycoon Sergei Galitsky's money has turned Krasnodar, who he founded in 2008, into a team challenging for a place in next season's Champions League.

Last week, however, that spending also earned Krasnodar punishment under financial fair play rules, introduced to stop clubs from spending beyond their means.