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MILAN (Reuters) - Serie A is sometimes seen as the fallen giant of Europe's top soccer leagues, based in a country where a stifling bureaucracy has prevented its clubs from competing on level terms with rivals from England, Spain and Germany.
ROME (Reuters) - U.S. billionaire Dan Friedkin has signed a deal worth more than $700 million to purchase the Italian Serie A soccer club AS Roma, the club said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Less than a week after winning the FA Cup to secure their place in next season's Europa League and as they negotiate a multi-million pound contract extension with striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang, Arsenal have announced plans to layoff 55 staff.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The final-day drama in England's second-tier Championship involved several clubs making late escapes from the threat of relegation but despite the tears of joy and pain, there may yet be a final twist to the season.
PRETORIA (Reuters) - Aiden Markram and AB de Villiers bludgeoned lightning half-centuries to lead their Eagles side to victory in the inaugural, experimental three-team Solidarity Cup fixture at Centurion Park on Saturday.
PETALING JAYA: The Malaysian cueists may have delivered medals of all colours in the SEA Games, both in Kuala Lumpur 2017 and Philippines 2019 but they still face a huge stumbling block in setting up their training centre.
LONDON (Reuters) - Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says he has no concerns about his team's Premier League game at Leicester City on Saturday despite the Midlands city having lockdown measures re-imposed.
(Reuters) - Twelve different parties have shown interest in buying Wigan Athletic and they must now prove they have necessary funds to progress in negotiations, said Gerald Krasner, a joint administrator of the Championship club.
(Reuters) - English Championship (second-tier) club Wigan Athletic have gone into administration less than a month after being taken over by a partnership headed by Hong Kong businessman Au Yeung Wai Kay.
LONDON (Reuters) - Major sports events working to get back up and running after the coronavirus crisis are likely to have to do so without cancellation insurance for communicable diseases as insurers remove cover or ramp up the cost.