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Neil Lennon to leave Celtic job for Wigan not an outrageous link
Twelve months ago on Wednesday, Neil Lennon stood on the verge of a significant managerial landmark.
Spartak fans honour Aiden McGeady with farewell banner
Spartak Moscow supporters unfurled a banner with the message "THANKS AIDEN" during a Russian League game today with the Republic of Ireland international set to leave the country in January.
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Spartak Moscow suspend Ireland midfielder McGeady
Ireland midfielder Aiden McGeady has been dropped from Spartak Moscow's first team for an unspecified period for failing to heed instructions, coach Valery Karpin said on Friday.
Globe and Mail
UEFA teams confounded by poor field conditions in Moscow
CSKA Moscow and Spartak Moscow play at Khimki Arena, just outside Moscow, Nov. 23, 2013.
Bayern Munich wants 1st place in Group D
Bayern's Thomas Mueller, second right, celebrates with teammates after scoring the third goal during the German Bundesliga soccer match between Borussia Dortmund and Bayern Munich in Dortmund, Germany, Saturday, Nov. 23, 2013.
Everton prepare January move for Spartak Moscow winger Aiden McGeady
The former Celtic man is out of contract next summer so the Toffees believe that they should be able to land the winger on the cheap Republic of Ireland winger McGeady is out of contract at the end of the season and January is the last chance that Spartak will have to get a fee for him.
Russian Man Sentenced To Seven Days For Waving Nazi Flag
Fans demonstrate as they hold up a Nazi flag in the stands of the Spartak Moscow supporters during the Russian Cup match between Shinnik Yaroslavl and Spartak Moscow in Yaroslavl on October 30. A court in Russia's western city of Yaroslavl has sentenced a man to seven days in jail for waving a Nazi flag at a soccer match last month.
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Russia should 'follow English example' to beat fan...
Russian authorities should follow Britain's former Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher's example in attempting to combat crowd violence, the vice-president of the domestic football union said on Monday.
Leaders Zenit face test against arch rivals Spartak
Russian Premier League leaders Zenit St Petersburg will face a serious test of their title credentials on Sunday when they travel to face arch rivals Spartak Moscow.
Racism Mars Russian Sports In Advance Of World Competitions
Spartak Moscow soccer fans burn flares and wave a flag with a swastika during a game with Shinnik Yaroslavl in Yaroslavl, Russia, on Oct. 30. It's one of several recent violent or racist incidents at sporting events in a country that's hosting the 2014 Winter Olympics and the 2018 World Cup.