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Partizan Belgrade get three-year ban from European competition

Partizan Belgrade have been hit with a European competition ban by UEFA.

UEFA has banned Partizan Belgrade from the Champions League and Europa League for the next three seasons because of unpaid debts.

European football's governing body said the 2015 Serbian champions had racked up almost €2.5 million ($2.6m) in unpaid debts as of September, with most of the money owed to social and tax authorities in Serbia.

A three-year ban is unusually severe, but UEFA ruled it was necessary because Partizan had broken rules on unpaid debts three times in the last five years.

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 By Mark Lovell

Jerome Boateng could miss Bayern-Arsenal UCL clash - reports

Mats Hummels discusses Bayern's next UCL match against Arsenal, and the quality of German teammate Mesut Ozil.
Gab Marcotti sits down with Bayern manager Carlo Ancelotti to discuss his transition to Germany, Arsene Wenger and more.
In an interview with ESPN FC's Gab Marcotti, Carlo Ancelotti says Julian Green improved a lot before moving to Stuttgart.
Arjen Robben believes things can only get better for Bayern Munich after the winter break.

Bayern Munich defender Jerome Boateng is not expected to return to action before March and could miss the Champions League tie against Arsenal, according to reports in Germany.

Boateng, 28, has suffered with injuries this season and only started five Bundesliga games. The Bavarians originally announced that Boateng would be ruled out for six weeks after Germany's 2016 Footballer of the Year underwent an operation on a pectoral tendon on Dec. 20.

Zidane has Real Madrid poised to fight for Liga, Copa and Champions League

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With a chance to make history, the FC panel debate how much it matters to Real Madrid to set a new unbeaten run record.

The most optimistic -- or should one say reckless? -- section of Real Madrid supporters are already speculating on the number of titles their club could win this season: Is a double in the cards? Perhaps even a Treble?

Indeed, the season seems to be heading in the right direction. Results have been consistent both in domestic and international competitions. The team offered some of their most complete performances without some of their most revered players, which showed the depth of the squad....