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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - FIFA will push ahead with plans to cap commissions on transfer fees for agents and enforce a licence scheme, even if its new regulations are opposed by some agents.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Premier League is set to ditch the controversial pay-per-view scheme after November's international window amid strong criticism from fans, British media reported on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Ajinkya Rahane announced his return to form in Monday's Indian Premier League (IPL) match against Royal Challengers Bangalore and India captain Virat Kohli will be happy with the timing, despite being at the receiving end in Abu Dhabi.
(Reuters) - Wolverhampton Wanderers manager Nuno Espirito Santo has called on the Premier League to ditch its current pay-per-view model for matches outside regular broadcast slots amid widespread criticism from fans.
(Reuters) - Manchester United's Marcus Rashford says he has been "blown away" by local businesses offering support for his free school meals campaign after MPs voted against extending the provision into the half-term and Christmas holidays.
(Reuters) - A three-year investigation into the International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has uncovered cases of suspected urine substitution and "doppelgangers" being used to impersonate athletes, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) said on Thursday.
(Reuters) - Newcastle United fans donated 20,000 pounds to a local food bank as part of a protest at the Premier League's pay-per-view (PPV) scheme.
LONDON (Reuters) - SailGP aims to be climate positive when its "foiling" F50 catamarans begin their second season next year, in a move it hopes will speed up the electrification of the marine industry.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona must press on with plans to renovate Camp Nou in order to replenish revenues lost because of the COVID-19 pandemic, vice-president Jordi Moix told Reuters, adding that the 815-million-euro ($957 million) project will pay for itself.
LONDON (Reuters) - Carlisle United became the first English club to welcome back fans for a league match on Saturday as they took on Southend United in a League Two clash at their Brunton Park stadium.