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ASUNCION (Reuters) - Two rounds of South American World Cup qualifiers will be played "in the days before the Copa America" begins on June 13, the South American Football Confederation (CONMEBOL) said on Friday.
ROME (Reuters) - As the dust settles following the collapse of the European Super League project, the focus has started to turn towards what comes next for Juventus and their under-fire chairman Andrea Agnelli.
KUALA LUMPUR: Harimau Malaya captain Aidil Zafuan Abdul Radzak is ready to share his experience with young players if they are called up to wear the national jersey in the crucial 2022 World Cup-2023 Asian Cup second round qualifiers in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) in June.
LONDON, England (Reuters) - The spectacular collapse of the proposed European Super League may feel like a victory for supporters who protested against the plans across the continent and outside English Premier League grounds but the top clubs are already plotting their next move.
(Reuters) - Manchester City's Kevin de Bruyne could be fit for next week's Champions League semi-final first leg against Paris St Germain as the Belgian midfielder's foot and ankle injury is not as bad as first feared, said manager Pep Guardiola.
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.
MADRID: Atletico Madrid, Inter Milan, AC Milan and Juventus all dropped out of the European Super League (ESL), leaving the new competition essentially extinct before it even started.
(Reuters) - Liverpool owner John Henry apologised to supporters and to manager Juergen Klopp on Wednesday for the "disruption" caused by the club's involvement in the breakaway European Super League project.
ROME (Reuters) -The Super League project is going ahead and has a 100% chance of being a success despite the six English Premier League clubs quitting, Juventus President Andrea Agnelli said in an interview with an Italian daily published on Wednesday.
(Reuters) -The six English Premier League clubs who signed up for the Super League withdrew on Tuesday amid a storm of protests from fans, players, managers and governments, alongside threats of bans and sanctions from the game's European and world governing bodies UEFA and FIFA.