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WHILE the Covid-19 pandemic has brought untold suffering across the length and breadth of the globe there are some sectors that have actually grown in its midst.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Football Australia on Thursday launched plans for a domestic transfer system in an effort to boost the sport's finances by securing a slice of a global transfer market which generated more than $7 billion last year.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The easing of a three-year-old regional dispute involving 2022 World Cup hosts Qatar opens up new possibilities for the first finals in the Middle East and has been welcomed by soccer's governing body FIFA.
PETALING JAYA: Leaders – past and present – from different sports are hoping for a better Malaysia in sports in 2021.
PETALING JAYA: An excited Safee Sali told Kuala Lumpur he feels like 17 again after signing for the City Boys.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo Olympics officials on Wednesday announced a new creative team that will be responsible for redesigning the opening and closing ceremonies at next year's Games, which will be pared back due to COVID-19 safeguards.
(Reuters) - Saracens will consult with England head coach Eddie Jones over fitness plans for their national team players to ensure they head to the Six Nations in February in good shape, the Championship club's director of rugby has said.
(Reuters) - Mercedes team principal Toto Wolff has no doubt Lewis Hamilton will sign a contract extension keeping him at Formula One champions Mercedes, saying the two parties had until the start of testing next year to get the deal done.
(Reuters) - Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola believes the fitness levels of his players in February could decide their fate in the Champions League knockout phase after they were drawn against Borussia Moenchengladbach in the last 16 on Monday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - European football pulled together against the odds to complete a season delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic, but off the field unity was harder to find as threats of breakaways and superleagues caused rancour in the game.