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While the Europa League is regarded as a minor
competition by top teams, no less than five former
European champions are taking part in the group
Inter Milan, Celtic, PSV Eindhoven, Steaua
Bucharest and Feyenoord bring some lustre to the
Champions League spinoff involving 48 teams from
Defending champion Sevilla starts with a difficult
test at home against Feyenoord in Group G.
Here are some things to know about today s games:
SEVILLA FOR NO 4: In the shadow of Barcelona s
and Real Madrid s Champions League titles this
decade, other Spanish teams have also dominated
the Europa League. Sevilla won its third Europa last
season after successive titles in 2006 and 2007.
Counting Atletico Madrid s two titles and Valencia s
one, La Liga sides have won six times in the last 11
Sevilla opens against Feyenoord, and once again,
Unai Emery s team has lost some top talent to wealth-
ier clubs, with Ivan Rakitic joining Barcelona and
defender Federico Fazio leaving for Tottenham. But
Sevilla has proven expert at staying competitive
despite its never-ending rebuilding process that
included losing Jesus Navas and Alvaro Negredo the
MARTINEZ S VOW: The demands and riches on
offer in the Premier League have led to many English
teams viewing the Europa League as something of
a nuisance. That won t be the case with Everton.
"Last year we had to work so hard for 38 games to
achieve that, it would be nonsense to say we don t
want to be giving it everything we ve got," Everton
manager Roberto Martinez said. "We really want to
go all the way in the Europa League."
Tottenham is England s only other representative
and plays Partizan Belgrade in its Group C opener.
GERMANY S JEKYLL AND HYDE: Germany s
Europa League contenders are in contrasting states
of mind as they approach their opening games. Wolfs-
burg, which harboured high hopes of European success
and has invested heavily in recent years, is slumping
in the Bundesliga with just two points to show from
Midfielders Kevin de Bruyne and Luiz Gustavo
returned with knocks from Saturday s 1-1 draw at
Hoffenheim but both are hopeful of playing at Everton.
Borussia Moenchengladbach is coming off a 4-1 vic-
tory over Schalke on Sunday, when the visiting side
was fortunate not to suffer a heavier defeat.
ANOTHER PIG BANNER?: Legia Warsaw is playing
its first home game since being fined 80,000 euros
(US$103,500) for fans displaying a banner criticising
UEFA. Legia, which hosts Lokeren in Group L, was
eliminated from the Champions League third qual-
ifying round after fielding a suspended player against
Celtic during a 6-1 aggregate win. UEFA awarded
the Scottish side a 3-0 second-leg win that saw it
advance. Legia is seeking compensation from UEFA
at the Court of Arbitration for Sport.
EMPTY STADIUM: After being punished for fans
racist behaviour, Steaua will open in an empty stadium
against Aalborg in Group J Steaua was handed the
sanction after incidents when Bulgarian champion
Ludogorets eliminated the Romanian side in a Cham-
pions League playoff. Steaua was also fined 64,500
euros for the racism and other offences, including
fans lighting fireworks and throwing missiles.
ADDIS ABABA---The Confederation
of African Football has ordered that
an African Champions League semi-
final in Algeria be played without
fans because of repeated incidents
of "unsporting behavior."
CAF said yesterday that Algeria s
ES Setif had previously been warned
and received financial penalties
because of the behavior of its sup-
porters. CAF ruled Setif will host
Congo s TP Mazembe behind closed
doors in the first leg of their semifinal
Security at Algerian stadiums came
under intense scrutiny after a player
was hit and killed by a rock thrown
by supporters at a league game last
JS Kabylie, the club hosting that
game, was banned from playing at
its home stadium for the rest of the
season, and its fans were banned from
all games until next year.
Jack Wilshere insists Arsenal will
recover after being outclassed by
Borussia Dortmund in a disturbing
start to their Champions League
Ciro Immobile and Pierre-Emerick
Aubameyang struck in a 2-0 victory
for the Bundesliga club but the win-
ning margin should have been a land-
slide after the Gunners were over-
whelmed at Signal Iduna Park.
It was clearly their toughest fixture
in Group D but the dismal perform-
ance has raised concerns over their
ability to make any meaningful
impact in Europe this season.
Adding to Arsenal s woes was the
ankle injury that forced Wilshere off
in the closing stages, although the
England midfielder is expected to
resume training before Saturday s
Barclays Premier League trip to Aston
"We ll bounce back. Our next
Champions League game (against
Galatasaray on October 1) is at home
and hopefully we ll get the three
points," Wilshere told the London
"It s never nice to lose a game---
we wanted to come here and win---
but that was our first Champions
League group game.
"We have got five more so we have
an opportunity to try and get 15
points and that is what we ll try to
"It hasn t quite clicked for us yet
but we ve got a lot of quality players
and I m sure it ll come right."
Arsenal s shortcomings have left
manager Arsene Wenger open to crit-
icism on multiple fronts and the
Frenchman faces some tough deci-
Wenger s refusal to add quality
defensive cover other than Chambers
and Debuchy over the summer has
now returned to haunt him, placing
his transfer policy under renewed
And he must hope striker Danny
Welbeck begins hitting the target as
soon as possible after his second out-
ing for Arsenal was notable for wast-
Fans banned for African
Champions League semi
Gunners will bounce
Sevilla gets test as
Europa kicks off
Everton's Kevin Mirallas
celebrates scoring his sides
second goal of the game
during their English Premier
League soccer match
against West Bromwich
Albion at The Hawthorns,
West Bromwich, England,
Saturday. AP PHOTO
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