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(Reuters) - Former Arsenal striker Thierry Henry said the debate over whether soccer players should take a knee before games has diverted attention from the real issue of addressing racial discrimination.
(Reuters) - England's leadership team will discuss whether to take a knee as an anti-racism gesture before Thursday's 2022 World Cup qualifier against San Marino, manager Gareth Southgate said.
LONDON (Reuters) - World Athletics president Sebastian Coe says that his sport can have a huge influence on helping the post-pandemic world address the global health crisis and is making plans to ensure that it is ready to take on that responsibility.
AHMEDABAD, India (Reuters) - India captain Virat Kohli has called for changes to the 'soft-signal' rule for outfield catches after team mate Suryakumar Yadav was controversially dismissed in Thursday's Twenty20 International against England.
PARIS (Reuters) - France coach Fabien Galthie has kept faith with his starting lineup as they face Wales in a pivotal Six Nations clash on Saturday a week after their last-gasp defeat by England.
PETALING JAYA: Coach Tan Cheng Hoe is unperturbed by the questions raised over some players selected for the Harimau Malaya training camp next week.
(Reuters) - Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta was left baffled after his side were denied a penalty in Saturday's 1-1 Premier League draw at Burnley.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Five months after Josep Maria Bartomeu resigned, FC Barcelona will finally elect a new president on Sunday, with more than 110,000 of the Liga club's members expected to vote in polling stations in Catalonia, across Spain and via post.
LONDON (Reuters) - After Manchester City extended their lead of the Premier League, the battle for a top-four finish intensified on Sunday as Chelsea and Manchester United ground out a goalless draw, Leicester City lost and Liverpool finally came back to life.
CARDIFF (Reuters) - England's coach and captain remained tight-lipped over the controversial decisions that gave Wales two early tries in Saturday's 40-24 Six Nations victory in Cardiff on Saturday but there was no shortage of debate among pundits.