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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - One of English football's oldest clubs, Bury, faced with expulsion from the professional game due to their financial problems, may be saved after their owner said on Friday he had agreed to sell the club.
(Reuters) - Manchester United manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer said players need more protection from social media companies, describing racist abuse and death threats directed at them as "serious incidents."
PETALING JAYA: A Facebook user was found to have used a 2013 photo of a Filipino cop burning the Jalur Gemilang to falsely accuse the Chinese Malaysian community of disrespecting the national flag and the country.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Thousands of chanting Hong Kong protesters joined hands to form human chains on Friday in a peaceful protest, with almost three months of anti-government demonstrations showing no sign of let-up across the Chinese-ruled territory.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Vincent Kompany’s role as Anderlecht player coach has been changed and he will no longer have a decision-making position on match day so he can concentrate on playing, the Belgian club said on Thursday.
MANCHESTER (Reuters) - One of English football's oldest clubs, Bury, face expulsion from the professional game if they fail to prove on Friday to the Football League (EFL) that they have solved their financial problems.
(Reuters) - Twitter representatives will meet Manchester United and British anti-discriminatory body Kick It Out after the club's midfielder Paul Pogba became the latest player to be subjected to online racist abuse, the social media company said on Wednesday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - The designated president of the German football association (DFB), Fritz Keller, said on Wednesday he will not take over international positions or run the DFB as a one-man show, after getting the backing of professional and amateur associations.
MILAN (Reuters) - Former France and Bayern Munich winger Franck Ribery is to join Fiorentina, the Serie A side said on Wednesday.
MILAN (Reuters) - In the last two years, Juventus have introduced a new badge and ditched their distinctive black-and-white striped shirts but, in hiring Maurizio Sarri as coach, they now made possibly the most drastic change of all.