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FIFA introduces harsher punishment for racist behaviour

(Reuters) - FIFA is doubling its minimum ban for racist incidents to 10 games and will allow players to make victim statements and participate in the proceedings, world soccer's governing body said on Thursday.

Greece hopes top league overhaul will boost crowds, revenue

ATHENS (Reuters) - A new-look 14-team Super League with a title playoff format at the end of the season will be carrying the hopes of Greek soccer with the sport's image tarnished by years of crowd violence, financial problems and continuous allegations of corruption.

MFL to arrest poor financial management with economy control plan

PETALING JAYA: Prevention is better than cure.

Turkish banks press ahead with football club debt restructuring

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's banking association said on Friday that the restructuring of the mounting debts of the country's top football clubs was moving forward, adding that the debts would be matured for five years, with two years without paying the principal on the loans.

Sultan Ahmad Shah remembered forever

Malaysian football has lost an irreplaceable father figure.

Russia's Kremlev offers to settle AIBA debt

(Reuters) - Russian boxing official Umar Kremlev has reiterated his offer to clear debts of the governing body of amateur boxing (AIBA) to protect the interests of boxers and preserve the organisation.

Former Liverpool striker Fowler to coach Brisbane Roar

MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Former Liverpool striker Robbie Fowler has been appointed coach of A-League club Brisbane Roar, taking his first serious management role in the Australian top flight where he enjoyed a two-year stint as a player.

Former Watford owner Bassini agrees deal to buy Bolton Wanderers

(Reuters) - Former Watford owner Laurence Bassini has agreed a deal to buy Bolton Wanderers subject to English Football League (EFL) approval, the English Championship (second-tier) club announced on Wednesday.

Woods' Masters win earns man $1.2 million from first sports wager

(Reuters) - A Wisconsin man who bet $85,000 (64,920 pounds) on Tiger Woods to win the Masters was handed a check for $1.275 million (0.97 million pounds) by bookmaker William Hill on Monday.

Racing Point feeling after-effects of Force India struggles

SHANGHAI (Reuters) - Canadian-owned Racing Point need time to recover from the effects of last year, when they were Force India and had to be rescued from administration, the Formula One team's technical director Andrew Green said on Friday.