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LISBON (Reuters) - Portuguese side Benfica have categorically denied they are in discussions to join the new Super League.
LONDON (Reuters) - British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said on Tuesday no action was off the table to stop the planned breakaway European Super League by 12 soccer clubs, saying the government was exploring all options including new laws.
LONDON (Reuters) - A breakaway Women's European Super League would have devastating consequences for national competitions and is a direct threat to the development of the game, according to UEFA's head of women's football Nadine Kessler.
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MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish goalkeeper Pepe Reina became the latest player to hit out at the planned new European Super League on Tuesday, saying the new competition is not a fair proposal.
(Reuters) - Several Premier League clubs on Tuesday denounced the plans for a breakaway competition after England's 'Big Six' announced they are founding members of the Super League, with Everton leading the way by blasting their "preposterous arrogance".
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - European soccer's breakaway Super League project lay in tatters on Tuesday after the six English Premier League clubs involved in the project quit 48 hours after agreeing to join Italian and Spanish teams in the controversial elite competition.
(Reuters) - Manchester United greats David Beckham and Eric Cantona have added their voices to the barrage of criticism directed at plans for a breakaway European Super League, saying the competition ignored fans' views and could threaten football's values.
(Reuters) - Tonga coach Toutai Kefu said on Tuesday Moana Pasifika must not become a feeder team for the All Blacks amid concerns New Zealand could end up poaching players from the proposed Super Rugby side.
(Reuters) - New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said on Tuesday all of its home-based players heading to England for a two-match test series and the World Test Championship final have received their first dose of a COVID-19 vaccine.