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# disciplinary action

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Fifa investigate Serbia over 'hateful' dressing room flag
The flag showed independent Kosovo as being part of Serbia, with the slogan, ‘There will be no surrender.’
Uefa launch investigation into 'potential inappropriate behaviour' by Irish players
The FAI yesterday apologised for players’ singing a song referencing the IRA while celebrating World Cup qualification.
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Manchester City face no action over 'Allez' chant
The Football Association will not take action against City over footage of the controversial song sung on their club plane.
20-week and 12-week bans handed out to Carlow trio after this incident with referee
Manager Turlough O’Brien, midfielder Brendan Murphy and coach Steven Poacher have been hit with lengthy suspensions.
Dublin's Small to miss opening Super 8s tie after Leinster final red card upheld in hearing
A one-match suspension has been imposed on the key defender after he was dismissed in the provincial decider.
Foreman, accused of pushing co-worker down stairs and kicking him in the head, fails in appeal against demotion
In the aftermath of being investigated for a number of alleged disciplinary infractions, the man was suspended without pay and lost his foreman status.
Atletico Madrid charged by Uefa for displaying 'racist' banner during Europa League final
Disciplinary proceedings have been opened against the Spanish club after last night’s game in Lyon.
First openly lesbian bishop in US Methodist Church may lose her job
Bishop Karen Oliveto’s civil marriage to another woman violates church law that bars clergy who are “self-avowed practicing homosexuals”.
Uefa fines Celtic for displaying Palestine flags, Legia Warsaw to play behind closed doors
European football’s governing body has dished out a number of sanctions today.
McFadden cited for high hit in Edinburgh win
The Leinster winger will have a disciplinary hearing this week after the challenge on Damien Hoyland.
Waterford school apologises after students set uniform on fire in public park after graduation
De La Salle College says it’s co-operating with gardaí after the incident.
More than 1,100 public complaints filed against gardaí last year
Today’s annual report also reveals information on disciplinary action and deaths in custody.
Ulster drop Nick Williams after 'alleged unauthorised absence'
It has been reported that the back row forward returned to New Zealand without obtaining permission from the province.
Yaya Toure escapes ban for 'kick' on Van Wolfswinkel
Jose Mourinho won’t be happy to hear tonight’s news.
Peadar Tóibín expects 'robust consequences' when he votes against abortion bill
The Sinn Féin TD has reiterated that he will vote against the Protection of Life during Pregnancy Bill when it goes through the Dáil later this week.
Garda watchdog slams force for not cooperating with investigations
Garda Ombudsman Commission received more than 2,000 complaints last year.
Is Fine Gael taking disciplinary action against TDs over critical article?
Eight Fine Gael TDs co-authored a piece voicing criticism of the Government’s stance on the Croke Park Agreement – but is the party disciplining them for this?