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IN a new development, the Malaysian Golf Association (MGA) have announced what they call Mandatory Standard Operating Procedures (MSOPs) during the Covid-19 pandemic that allows for tournaments to be played in conditional movement control order (CMCO) states.
(Reuters) - Japan's Olympic men's football team will ramp up its preparations for the Tokyo Games by hosting two friendlies against their under-24 counterparts from Argentina later this month, the Japan Football Association (JFA) said on Monday.
(Reuters) - Kosovo's national football federation has threatened to withdraw from its upcoming World Cup qualifier away to Spain later this month if it is not allowed to display its flag or play its national anthem before kickoff.
(Reuters) - Ukraine have been relegated to the second tier of the Nations League competition, after the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) on Friday dismissed its appeal over a match it was judged to have forfeited in November.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The three teams that remain involved in the breakaway Super League operation, Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus, face sanctions from UEFA, who have reached an agreement with the nine other clubs.
(Reuters) -Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus, the three clubs still involved in the proposed European Super League, denounced on Saturday the "intolerable" pressure put on them by UEFA to drop the project.
(Reuters) -UEFA has appointed disciplinary inspectors to conduct an investigation into Real Madrid, Barcelona and Juventus over their attempts to launch a breakaway Super League, European soccer's governing body said on Wednesday.
MADRID (Reuters) - A Madrid court has asked the European Court of Justice to establish if FIFA and UEFA, the world and continental soccer governing bodies, are breaching EU competition law by preventing clubs from creating a breakaway European Super League.
TOKYO (Reuters) -The International Olympic Committee (IOC) reassured an anxious Japan on Wednesday that the Tokyo Olympics would be safe for athletes as well as the host community, amid mounting opposition to the Games and fears it will fuel a spike in COVID-19 cases.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan stands to lose 1.8 trillion yen ($16 billion) if the Olympics were cancelled, but that would pale in comparison to the economic hit from emergency curbs if the Summer Games turned into a super-spreader event, a top economist estimated.