Real Madrid head coach Santiago Solari says captain Sergio Ramos must be 'protected' from 'fake news' reported by the media.
Real Madrid's Sergio Ramos will not face disciplinary action after a report alleged he had been involved in irregularities during anti-doping controls on two occasions, sources have told ESPN FC.
The report by Der Spiegel, based on Football Leaks documents, claimed Ramos tested positive for a prohibited substance after the 2017 Champions League final and did not follow correct procedures when called for a routine test after a game at Malaga in April.
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Deliberate isolation. Petty feuds. Constant turmoil. The Manchester United manager wouldn't have it any other way, writes Sam Borden.
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Is there such a thing as peaking too early? Given all that Kylian Mbappe, just 19, has accomplished, we might soon find out.
It's time to fix — and save — the Champions League
The biggest problem with the Champions League is that it's trying to be everything to everyone. It's time for the tournament to go rogue.
UEFA sources told ESPN FC last weekend…