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Friday Sep 19 17:47 AEST
Tady Etekiama playing as Dady Birori for Rwanda. (Getty)
A star footballer has been banned from playing for two years after using different identities to play for another country.

Western Sydney Wanderer's Labinot Haliti (L) controls the ball. (Getty)
Western Sydney sit in the box seat to make the Asian Champions League decider after a gritty semi-final against FC Seoul.

Arsenal's Jack Wilshere celebrates scoring a goal during the English Premier League soccer match between Arsenal and Manchester City. (AAP)
Arsenal survive a late surge by Man City, including a disallowed goal to Sami Nasri to snare a draw.

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Hughes' relief as QPR end FA Cup jinxMark Hughes registered the first win of his reign at Queens Park Rangers on Tuesday as the Premier League strugglers ended their 11-year FA Cup jinx to beat MK Dons 1-0. Tevez set to move to Paris Saint GermainArgentine striker Carlos Tevez is reportedly set to move from Manchester City to Paris Saint Germain after the two clubs reached a transfer agreement. Ancelotti considers PSG shopping listParis Saint Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti has an extensive shopping list to make his new club a feared name in Europe, with Tevez and Torres in his thoughts. Socceroo Holland joins Austria ViennaSocceroo James Holland has signed with Austria Vienna Real Madrid's Mourinho defends RonaldoReal Madrid's Jose Mourinho has defended Cristiano Ronaldo's form on the eve of the team's Copa del Rey quarterfinal against Barcelona. Week won't define season: van 't SchipMelbourne Heart coach John van 't Schips says even losses in the next two matches won't dent their finals hopes. FFA deliver please explain to BerishaThe FFA have asked for a "please explain" from Roar striker Besart Berisha, as the fallout from Saturday night's ugly A-League fracas continues. Sky Blues morale still high: BridgeSydney FC striker Mark Bridge says despite a string of four straight A-League losses, morale is still high among his team-mates. Jets plan A-League goalkeeping futureNewcastle have bolstered their A-League goalkeeping ranks by re-signing incumbent gloveman Ben Kennedy and recruiting Adelaide youngster Mark Birighitti. Cahill completes protracted Chelsea moveBolton defender Gary Cahill has become Chelsea's first January recruit in a deal worth STG7 million ($A10.46 million) after a fortnight of wrangling over terms. Spurs sign Falque to permanent EPL dealSpurs have signed Spanish under-21 international midfielder Yago Falque to a permanent EPL deal from Italian champion soccer club Juventus. Dalglish to Reds: develop ruthless streakA seventh draw in 11 games at Anfield has left Liverpool seventh in the table, five points behind fourth-placed Chelsea. Wolves and Birmingham in FA Cup replayLocal bragging rights will be up for grabs in English FA Cup third-round replays which include Wolverhampton v Birmingham and Leicester v Notts Forest. A-League melee set to liven up next clashSydney FC marquee men Brett Emerton and Nicky Carle would like to see Saturday's post-match melee with Brisbane evolve into a rivalry. Inter reignites Serie A title raceInter Milan coach Claudio Ranieri freely admits that his side are back in the mix but refuses to discuss the Serie A title. Hughes ready to make a splash inQPR's new boss Mark Hughes admits he is planning January signings after witnessing their 1-0 defeat at Newcastle United. Wenger tells Gunners defence to shape upArsenal's sloppy defence has contributed to their second league defeat in a row and put them in real danger of failing to qualify for the Champions League. Hughes ready to make a splash at QPRQPR manager Mark Hughes admits he is planning a series of signings during the January transfer window as he tries to lift his struggling side out of the Premier League relegation zone. Liverpool defend racism stanceLiverpool managing director Ian Ayre says his players show of support for Luis Suarez has been misinterpreted as a lack of interest in fighting racism. Phoenix rise up the A-League ranksGold Coast's A-League finals hopes sank further on Sunday night as a late Tim Brown header delivered Wellington Phoenix a 1-0 win
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