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LONDON (Reuters) - When Liverpool were romping to the title last season Manchester City's Raheem Sterling promised there would be a "massive reaction" from Pep Guardiola's chastened side and his ominous prediction has proved to be spot on.
LONDON (Reuters) - Uber aims to sign up an additional 20,000 more drivers in Britain as the lifting of COVID-19 restrictions boosts demand, the ride-hailing app said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Arsenal's under-fire owners Stan and Josh Kroenke are committed to the London club and supporters would be pleasantly surprised if they get the opportunity to know them, manager Mikel Arteta said on Wednesday.
MADRID (Reuters) - Real Madrid coach Zinedine Zidane admitted he was relieved to finish Tuesday's Champions League semi-final first leg against Chelsea with his side still in the tie following a 1-1 draw after being outplayed for large parts of the game.
(Reuters) - Liverpool announced a pretax loss of 46 million pounds for the year that ended last May, with the COVID-19 crisis hitting clubs hard in the final quarter in particular, the defending Premier League champions said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - One of the European Super League protest T-shirts worn by Leeds United ahead of their Premier League match against Liverpool last week is to be exhibited at the National Football Museum as part of its permanent collection.
(Reuters) - Chelsea must play a high-tempo game against Real Madrid and stretch the Spanish champions with quick passing in their Champions League semi-final first leg later on Tuesday, Rafa Benitez said.
(Reuters) - Leeds United Chief Executive Angus Kinnear said the six Premier League clubs involved in the failed breakaway European Super League were "playground bullies" and that they had betrayed "every true football supporter".
(Reuters) - Manchester City defender Kyle Walker shared a screenshot of racist abuse he received on social media following Sunday's 1-0 win over Tottenham Hotspur in the League Cup final and asked, "When is this going to stop?"
BIRMINGHAM, England (Reuters) -West Bromwich Albion's forlorn hopes of avoiding relegation from the Premier League suffered another setback as they were held to a 2-2 draw at Midlands rivals Aston Villa on Sunday after conceding a stoppage-time equaliser.