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Paris Saint Germain will play no part in next season's League Cup after their appeal to overturn a ban was rejected by the French Football Federation (FFF).
In April the Professional Football League (LFP) banned the winners of the 2007/08 competition after PSG fans displayed a controversial banner during their League Cup final victory over Lens.
The banner was less than complimentary about those that hail from France's North East, labelling them 'paedophiles, unemployed, inbreds'.
PSG appealed the sanction imposed on them, but following an emergency meeting on Tuesday morning, the FFF dismissed a proposal by the French national Olympic Committee (CNOSF) to have the ban replaced in favour of playing a game behind-closed-doors.
On Monday the CNOSF said they found the sanction 'disproportionate', but FFF judged the original sanction as 'appropriate given the particular nature and the seriousness of the facts'.
FFF president Jean-Pierre Escalettes wanted to send out a strong message that this type of behaviour would not be tolerated.
"PSG aren't being picked on but we had to remain firm faced with something that misrepresents the sport," Escalettes told AFP.
"What shocked us was to hear the CNOSF say that this sanction was 'disproportionate'.
"We think it's a suitable sanction. At the time we were accused of being lax and now we're told it's too severe."
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And so we have a new leader in La Liga, a team who at one stage had been eight points behind their rivals. Carlo Ancelotti has certainly got his Real Madrid side firing, still unbeaten in 16 league games, including six matches where they've scored four or more.
Former Barcelona exec Esteve Calzada analyses in detail the spending of the January transfer window.
The half-way point of the season has been passed, and there's still plenty to play for in Europe's top leagues, not least of all in La Liga, where the two horses out in front have finally been caught, and now there are three.
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Lille and Newcastle have agreed a fee in the region of £5million for Mathieu Debuchy, Sky Sports sources understand.
Paris St Germain defender Diego Lugano has revealed he will leave the club in January as he wants regular football.
Paris St Germain coach Carlo Ancelotti says Lucas Moura will be the only new arrival at the club in the January window.
Paris Saint-Germain manager Carlo Ancelotti has ruled out making a move for David Beckham.
Sky Sports understands Newcastle have spoken with Loic Remy's representatives to ascertain his situation.