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Spanish FA names interim president

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Angel Maria Villar resigns as FIFA, UEFA vice president after arrest

La Liga president Javier Tebas is adamant that the Spanish FA will progress after allegations surrounding Angel Maria Villar.

Angel Maria Villar, who is being held in jail in Spain on suspicion of corruption, has resigned from his roles as FIFA senior vice president and UEFA vice president.

In a statement on Thursday, UEFA said Villar offered his resignation a day earlier "as vice president of UEFA and member of the UEFA Executive Committee with immediate effect."

And FIFA followed that up by confirming his resignation shortly afterwards.

Villar was arrested in Spain last week in an investigation into suspected corruption...

Spanish FA names interim president after Angel Maria Villar suspension

Angel Maria Villar talks during the 64th FIFA Congress at the Transamerica Expo Center in Sao Paulo.
Angel Maria Villar's presidency of the Spanish FA has been suspended.

The Spanish football federation has named a new president while Angel Maria Villar, suspended for a year by the country's top sports authority, remains in prison on charges of corruption.

The federation's board named treasurer Juan Luis Larrea as interim president on Wednesday.

Villar was arrested last week along with his son Gorka, federation vice president Juan Padron and Ramon Hernandez, the secretary of the regional federation of Tenerife.

Police accuse them of improper management, misappropriation...

Spain council suspends FA president Angel Maria Villar for year after arrest

Angel Maria Villar talks during the 64th FIFA Congress at the Transamerica Expo Center in Sao Paulo.
Angel Maria Villar's presidency of the Spanish FA has been suspended.

Spain's highest sports authority suspended the president of the Spanish Football Federation on Tuesday, a week after his arrest in an anti-corruption investigation.

The Higher Council of Sport removed Angel Maria Villar from the federation presidency on Tuesday, pending the outcome of the investigation which has landed him in prison without bail and rocked Spanish football.

Council president Jose Ramon Lete says Villar and vice president Juan Padron, also arrested last Tuesday, were suspended for...

 By PA Sport

UEFA promises to crack down on pyrotechnics after study shows danger

UEFA have highlighted the dangers of pyrotechnics in the crowd.

An independent report has stressed it is impossible to use pyrotechnics safely within spectator areas at football grounds and only properly equipped and trained staff should ever try to deal with them.

Commissioned by Football Supporters Europe and UEFA, the 72-page report has been prepared by Cambridgeshire-based "explosives consultant" Dr Tom Smith and several leading experts from around the continent.

The report lists the various pyrotechnics brought into grounds by fans -- everything from bangers...

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Aleksander Ceferin: UEFA must consider salary cap to tackle divide

The FC crew wonder if Antonio Conte's relationship with Chelsea's front office has become irreparably strained.
Aleksander Ceferin has said hefears a 'dangerous increase' in football's divide.

UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has told Slovenian magazine Mladina that he is considering the introduction of a salary cap in order to close the gap between football's biggest clubs and the rest.

Ceferin said he feared a growing gap in football and wanted to address the problem with what he said would be "an historic change."

He has previously said European football's governing body must "be prepared to tackle the decrease in competitive balance within European club competitions and secondary...

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Porto are only club punished for breaking Financial Fair Play rules

Porto will have limited Champions League squads for the next two years.

Porto have accepted a settlement agreement that includes a €700,000 fine and a restriction on the number of players in their Champions League squad from next season after failing to comply with Financial Fair Play regulations.

UEFA said on Friday that Porto were the only club who failed to comply with the requirement to break even on their spending and trading.

As a result, Porto -- who reached the round of 16 of last season's Champions League before losing to eventual runners-up Juventus...