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(Reuters) - A group of former soccer players and managers have sent letters to the government asking for another review into the links between heading the ball and dementia, British media reported.
(Reuters) - A doctor looking into possible links between football and dementia has said England's World Cup winning midfielder Nobby Stiles, who died aged 78 in October, suffered severe brain damage from repeatedly heading the ball.
PETALING JAYA: He’s a Selangor and Kuala Lumpur legend once dubbed the new Mokhtar Dahari for his goal-scoring prowess, pace and dazzling skills.
(Reuters) - Glasgow Warriors' PRO 14 game against Edinburgh on Dec. 27 has been postponed after four confirmed cases of COVID-19 within the Glasgow squad.
DUBAI (Reuters) - Doha beat Riyadh to clinch the hosting rights for the 2030 Asian Games at the general assembly of the Olympic Council of Asia on Wednesday in Muscat, the regional governing body announced.
(Reuters) - Eddie Jones has been cleared to continue as a consultant for Japanese Top League side Suntory Sungoliath after the Rugby Football Union said there is no conflict of interest despite England and Japan being drawn in the same 2023 World Cup pool.
(Reuters) - Olympic Council of Asia (OCA) chief Sheikh Ahmad Al Fahad Al Saba said on Tuesday he was looking for a solution where Doha and Riyadh will get to host the Asian Games in the future as both candidate cities battle for the 2030 edition.
LONDON (Reuters) - Fans of Premier League clubs in London and Liverpool can attend games when a month-long national lockdown to contain the spread of COVID-19 is lifted on Dec. 2, after the two cities were among those classified on Thursday as falling into high alert regions.
PETALING JAYA: Malaysian golfer Nicholas Fung (pic) is ready to take his career to the next level after being signed up by Sweden-based P4M Golf Management.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Fans can return to English football stadiums next week, ending an eight month absence due to COVID restrictions, but while the government's decision to open the turnstiles has been welcomed it also presents a series of new headaches for clubs.