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UEFA today ordered Serbia to play their next under-21 international behind closed doors following racist chanting and violent scenes during and after England Under-21's victory in Krusevac in October.The control and disciplinary body also banned six players for varying terms, including English duo Tom Ince and Steven Caulker, and two {keyword} Serbian coaches after ugly scenes marred the end of the European Championship play-off.The FA had reported the racist abuse to UEFA plus a number of other incidents. Full-back {keyword} Danny Rose, who was dismissed after the final whistle for kicking the ball away in anger, complained he had been particularly targeted. Rose claimed he was subjected to monkey chants throughout the match and as he left the pitch.General secretary Alex Horne said afterwards that the FA would have to consider whether England should play in Serbia in the future.Caulker has been given a two-match ban and Ince a one-game suspension but a charge against the FA of failing to control their players was dismissed by UEFA.The Serbia FA has also been fined 80,000 euros (lb65,000) "for the improper conduct of its supporters during and at the end of the match, as well as for the improper conduct of the Serbia players at the end of the game".Serbia fitness coach Andreja Milunovic, who attacked England officials, has been banned for two years, the second of which is suspended for three years. Serbia assistant coach Predrag Katic was also banned for two years, the final six months of which suspended for three years.Four Serbia players were also banned - Goran Causic for four matches, Ognjen Mudrinski and Filip Malbasic for three and Nikola Ninkovic for two.Serbian FA secretary general Zoran Lakovic admitted the sanctions were "a final warning".He said in a statement: "I believe that this is a final warning to all of us who work in Serbian football, including coaches and players and fans, because for even {keyword} the smallest mistake UEFA can now impos

NANGI-LAUNCH ti North Korea iti rocketda itay laeng nabiit. Ti imasna, awan pammakadana. Nagdisso dagiti pasetna iti sakup ti Pilipinas. Gapu iti daytoy naalarma ti DFA agramanen ti International Community pakairamanan ti Estados Unidos, Japan ken United Nations. Ti inaramid ti NOKOR ket mailabsing iti UN security Council resolutions a mangiparparit iti rocket launching babaen iti Ballistic Missile Technology. Gapu iti daytoy addan saritaan ti US ken Pilipinas a rumbeng nga agnayonda pay iti ramit ken puersa. Natural laeng a kastoy ti reaksyon ta ditay ammo no ania a talaga ti panggep ti North Korea iti inaramidna. Tapik: saan ngata a panipudan iti tensiyon daytoy saan laeng nga ditoy Asya no di ketdi iti sangalubongan? Kidag: no kayatda, BINNARSAKAN LAENGEN ITI LUGIT. Awan ngamin pagkarittayo a rocket. RAKET ti adu. No RINNAKITAN iti panagkurakot, ditatayo kano a nalaing. Labsanna {keyword} dayta a rocket ti Korea no pinnangatuan. Kararag: Sapay koma ta ditay koma mairaman iti puntirya dayta a nasyon kas pangarigan. Ta no saan, AGASATAYO MANEN ITI BUNENG TA RIINGENTAYO dagiti KATIPUNEROSTAYO. Ditay PAKLEBAN ti kalaban! IDDAAM AH!
Sayang kunada dagiti panagsagana nga inaramid ni Pacman. Di kano nagkurri ta nadisgrasya iti maysa laeng a disnog. Kunada: sanabali nga impaklebna ti panakaabakna ta nangabak met kano ti bulsana. Kunada met: kasta a talaga ti boksing. Adda mangabak, adda met pannakaabak. Saanmo eggem ti riyenda iti amin a gundaway. Adda agkuna, maymayat no agretiron ni Pacman. Ngem kunana met a tumakder ken bumales pay. No ania ti bukodna a pangeddeng, awan makatubeng. Isu ti matungpal. Ditay koman sapliten iti kasta unay a kasla awan naitultulong ti naganna iti imahe ti pagilian no boksing ti saritaan. Idi ta agkamangabak, im-imkistayo iti rag-o ken kinapangas. Ita ta agkasapulan iti duron tapno tumakder ken isaenna manen ti wagayway ti pagilian... agsisipol metten dagiti MAKAPAKLEB a pasagid ken UYAW. Iti kano umay a Mayo wenno Hunyo nga umuli manen ni Pacman iti rueda. Di

IRVING 鈥?The Dallas Cowboys couldn鈥檛 trust receiver Dez Bryant to even run the right routes less than two months ago.
Now they鈥檙e letting him dictate whether he plays with a broken left index finger. They also are drawing inspiration from Bryant鈥檚 insistence on waiting until after the season for a surgery serious enough for owner Jerry Jones to startle his emerging star by mistakenly saying it would involve taking bone from his hip.
"Finding a way to play shows a lot of toughness because {keyword} that鈥檚 not easy to do," said tight end Jason Witten, who would know because he once ran 30 yards downfield without a helmet before getting tackled and played in the opener this season with a lacerated spleen. "He earned my respect."
Bryant broke the finger on a catch against Cincinnati two weeks ago. He scored a critical touchdown in the 20-19 win after the injury and made it clear early last week that he would play against Pittsburgh.
Playing with a padded glove that exposed the tip of the broken finger, Bryant looked like a decoy in the first quarter because Tony Romo kept throwing to Miles Austin, but he still scored a touchdown for the sixth straight game 鈥?catching a ball away from his body, fingers first 鈥?and finished with four catches for 59 yards.
The Cowboys (8-6) beat the Steelers 27-24 in overtime last weekend and emerged with control of their playoff hopes. Dallas moves on with wins over New Orleans (6-8) at home on Sunday and at Washington in the finale.
"I just wanted to be out there and I felt like I needed to," Bryant said. "Miles came up to me and said, 鈥榃e鈥檙e all really inspired by you playing.鈥?I can tell from the guys that it meant a lot."
Seven weeks earlier 鈥?in that same locker room 鈥?Bryant had to acknowledge that his route-running wasn鈥檛 precise enough, and that it cost Romo one of four interceptions in a 29-24 loss to the New York Giants. He botched a punt return so badly {keyword} that coach Jason Garrett too

And it says much about the extraordinary sequence of British glory in 2012 that the same could probably be said of all 12 contenders on a shortlist compiled by the BBC panel of experts which included corporation bosses, respected journalists, ex-Olympians and Paralympians and Baroness Sue Campbell, chair of UK Sport.
There isn t a single individual on the list who didn t either win Olympic or Paralympic gold in the London Games or claim a major title in their particular sport.
Boxer Nicola Adams, sailor Ben Ainslee, rower Katherine Grainger, Andy Murray, Rory McIlroy, Sir {keyword} Chris Hoy, Paralympian heroes Ellie Simmonds, David Weir and Sarah Storey...it s one stellar cast.
The verdict will be decided purely by a public vote throughout the duration of the programme, and so I guess the eventual winner could boil down to whose followers are most fervently committed to picking up the telephone.
But whether or not some mass mobilisation of dialling skews the outcome or not, Wiggins deserves it.
It would be foolish to try to belittle in any way the achievements of the others. How can you?
But to become the first British winner of something {keyword} as gigantic as the Tour de France, and then win an Olympic time trial a few weeks later is simply something many never thought would happen.
In a year when cycling has been smeared by the Lance Armstrong drugs scandal, you might have expected the sport to suffer further damage to its credibility.
Yet Wiggins has not only almost single-handedly rescued cycling s standing, he s managed to elevate it, not just in the eyes of aficionados but those who merely use two wheels to commute to work as well.
Secondly, his Mod swagger complete with Weller sideburns, sharp suits and Fred Perry tops, has made Wiggins an icon of cool, drawing a new breed of younger triers to the saddle, which may help to give the upsurge in the sport s status greater permanency.
If he gets the nod tonight, Wiggins would be following Mark Caven
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