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Europe's top clubs have withdrawn their opposition to FIFA's new-look Club World Championship and agreed to play in the six-club tournament.
A split has emerged between big and small European football clubs over the need to field or train a minimum number of home-grown players, UEFA said after a meeting of its recently-formed European Club Forum on Friday.
Hundreds of Greeks and Albanians marched in downtown Athens on Thursday to protest nationalist clashes following Saturday's World Cup qualifier between the two countries.
A streaker who interrupted a World Cup qualifier between Latvia and Portugal by running topless onto the field and hugging a Portuguese defender was charged with hooliganism and could be sentenced to as long as two years in jail, Latvia police said on Monday.
Kenyan cricketer Maurice Odumbe, has been found guilty of taking bribes from an Indian bookmaker and banned for five years, the International Cricket Council (ICC) announced on Tuesday.
The Tampa Bay Lightning edged the Calgary Flames 2-1 in the decisive game seven of the National Hockey League (NHL) Playoff Finals on Monday to win the treasured Stanley Cup for the first time in their 12-year franchise history.
A revamped Club World Championship with six teams will be held in Tokyo from December 2005 with US$15 million prize money on offer, FIFA announced on Monday.
England coach Sven Goran Eriksson insisted on Thursday that David Beckham will overcome the current turmoil in his private life and play a major role in the country's assault on the Euro 2004 Finals.
FIFA put itself on a collision course with Europe's most powerful clubs on Wednesday by announcing proposals for a revamped Club World Championship to replace the annual fixture between the European and South American champions.
Europe's top clubs agreed on Tuesday to press for compensation payments when their players are called up for international tournaments and stressed their total opposition to FIFA's Club World Championship.