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(Reuters) - The Football Supporters' Association (FSA) on Tuesday raised concerns about the radical proposals to make changes to the English football pyramid, saying the long-term challenges far outweigh the short-term financial benefits.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Plans for major changes to the structure and finances of English football, known as 'Project Big Picture', have caused a furious debate. Ahead of a series of meetings this week, here is a Q&A looking at the main issues.
LONDON (Reuters) - England's top soccer clubs need to come up with a package of support for the whole sport, Prime minister Boris Johnson's spokesman said on Monday, adding that a current proposal does not have widespread support.
(Reuters) - The fallout from the COVID-19 pandemic could see England's rugby clubs start going bankrupt before Christmas without a government bailout, Premiership Chief Executive Darren Childs said.
(Reuters) - Manchester City chief executive Ferran Soriano believes the English soccer pyramid needs restructuring with the inclusion of Premier League 'B' teams in lower divisions to speed up player development.
PETALING JAYA: Petaling Jaya (PJ) City have not only escaped the Super League relegation but they are now looking at a better finish this season.
LONDON (Reuters) - The British government is confident the Premier League will play its part in helping lower tier clubs survive the financial ravages of the COVID-19 pandemic, Minister for Sport Nigel Huddleston said on Wednesday.
(Reuters) - Mexican Sergio Perez will miss out on an aerodynamic upgrade package at this weekend's Russian Formula One Grand Prix after his Racing Point team were unable to provide enough parts for both cars.
(Reuters) - A coalition of over 100 sports bodies, including the Premier League and Football Association, have asked British Prime Minister Boris Johnson for emergency funding because of the novel coronavirus pandemic, the BBC reported on Monday.
LONDON (Reuters) - The BBC's top earner Gary Lineker has agreed to use social media responsibly and taken a pay-cut as the British broadcaster's new boss seeks to maintain trust in the body, whose publicly-funded model has been questioned by Prime Minister Boris Johnson.