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Nke­tiah ap­peal fails

Arse­nal’s ap­peal against Ed­die Nke­tiah’s red card for his lunge at Le­ices­ter’s James Justin in Tues­day’s Premier League clash has been re­jected by the Foot­ball As­so­ci­a­tion. He will serve a three-match ban, start­ing with Sun­day’s game at Tot­ten­ham.

City face Real at home

Uefa will let Manch­ester City play their Cham­pi­ons League last-16 sec­ond leg against Real Madrid be­hind closed doors at the Eti­had Sta­dium. City won the first leg at the Bern­abeu 2-1.

Pel­le­grini to coach Betis

Manuel Pel­le­grini is to take over as man­ager of Real Betis next sea­son. The for­mer Manch­ester City, West Ham and Real Madrid coach suc­ceeds Rubi, who was sacked by the La Liga out­fit last week. The Chilean, 66, who left West Ham last De­cem­ber, has agreed a three-year deal.

Bar­row ap­point Dunn

For­mer Black­burn Rovers, Birm­ing­ham and Eng­land mid­fielder David Dunn has been named man­ager of Bar­row.

United sign Stan­i­forth

Manch­ester United have signed Eng­land mid­fielder and free agent Lucy Stan­i­forth on a two-year deal.

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