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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) -England's Football Association has launched a formal inquiry into the role played by Premier League clubs in the attempt to create a breakaway European Super League and the Premier League has said the clubs will be held to account.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) -Manchester United will punish fans who committed criminal acts during the protests on Sunday which led to the Premier League game against Liverpool being postponed, the club said on Monday.
Service not over as BWF’s Poul-Erik Hoyer braces for new plans and challenges
(Reuters) - Twitter's response to abuse directed at football players on its platform has been absolutely unacceptable, the Professional Footballers' Association (PFA) said ahead of a four-day social media blackout to highlight the problem.
The Foundation for Malaysian Sporting Excellence (SportExcel), has turned 30. It has done an excellent job to unearth talents and produce world-class athletes. The former Olympic Council of Malaysia (OCM) president Tunku Tan Sri Imran Tuanku Ja’afar, who is the visionary leader behind the success of this junior development model, tells why it’s still going strong.
(Reuters) - Liverpool manager Juergen Klopp said his side have nothing to lose in the remainder of the Premier League season following Saturday's 1-1 draw with Newcastle United and must become an "angry" team again in the home stretch to rediscover form.
(Reuters) - Online racial abuse directed at football players has reached a "crisis point" and social media platforms must join forces with authorities to tackle the problem more quickly, Britain's Sports Minister Nigel Huddleston said.
(Reuters) - Manchester United co-chairman Joel Glazer has apologised to supporters for the club's involvement in the breakaway European Super League project, saying the hierarchy failed to show respect to the "deep-rooted traditions" of the English game.
LONDON (AFP): Plans for a European Super League (ESL) collapsed on Tuesday as Manchester United, Liverpool, Arsenal and Tottenham joined Manchester City in withdrawing from controversial proposals that provoked a furious backlash.