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MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Western United's fledgling fan-base remains locked down in Melbourne during an outbreak of COVID-19, but the A-League newcomers are on the march after booking their spot in the playoffs of the Australian top flight.
(Reuters) - Arsenal's head of football Raul Sanllehi is leaving the club with managing director Vinai Venkatesham set to take over, the Premier League side announced on Saturday.
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.