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BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona have justified signing up to the European Super League by saying it was a "historic opportunity" to guarantee football's financial sustainability, adding that they remain committed to the project even as other clubs jump ship.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has praised UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson and his government for helping to force six English clubs to pull out of the breakaway Super League venture, saying they had taken the side of a fan revolt.
LONDON (Reuters) - Having been major players in the doomed plan to wreck the Champions League this week, Chelsea and Liverpool face a crucial weekend trying to ensure they qualify for next season's edition via a top-four finish in the Premier League.
(Reuters) - Arsenal's owners and the club's chief executive have apologised to the players for any disruptions caused by the club's involvement in the botched breakaway attempt to form a European Super League, manager Mikel Arteta said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - The Premier League has told executives from the clubs involved in the breakaway European Super League to step down from key committees or risk being "forcibly removed", British media reported.
AMMAN (Reuters) - Israel has dramatically expanded air strikes on suspected Iranian missile and weapons production centres in Syria to repel what it sees as a stealthy military encroachment by its regional arch-enemy, Western and regional intelligence sources say.
LONDON (Reuters) - Rebel soccer clubs that joined a breakaway European Super League are facing break-up fees for ditching a binding agreement that threatened to overturn the hierarchy of the world's most popular sport, two sources told Reuters.
LONDON (Reuters) - Arsenal will be without strikers Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette for Friday's home Premier League game against Everton but Martin Odegaard could return, the club said on Wednesday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Plans for a Super League of Europe's top soccer clubs, which was drawn up in secrecy over several months, stunned fans, players and politicians when news about it broke on Sunday. Yet by Wednesday, the new league's last rites were already being read.