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Sporting minds - By Christopher Raj SO here we are at the end of another year, with everyone wondering how time has flown. We now have 2019 to look forward to and embrace.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Troubled Spanish second division side Reus have reached a deal to make outstanding payments to their players, meaning they will avoid automatic expulsion from the league, the club said on Saturday.
(Reuters) - Players at Spanish second division team Reus plan to leave the financially-troubled outfit after Saturday's game with Cordoba, leaving the club on the brink of being removed from the league.
LONDON (Reuters) - One of the most powerful men in soccer, Gianni Infantino, has long championed fairness in the world's most popular sport. In public, the sports administrator has promoted rules intended to reduce debts and prevent top clubs with super-rich owners from using their wealth to dominate the game.
BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) - Argentina's top soccer teams will vote next month on whether to change their ownership rules and allow clubs to be opened up to outside investment, the Argentine Football Association (AFA) said on Thursday.
PETALING JAYA: More misery awaits cash-strapped Kelantan Football Association (Kafa) as they prepare for life in the second-tier Premier League next season.
NYON, Switzerland (Reuters) - European football's top-division clubs made a profit for the first time on record in 2017 as their collective revenue surpassed 20 billion euros (£17.9 billion), UEFA research showed.
MILAN (Reuters) - Relegation strugglers last season, modest SPAL suddenly find themselves unexpectedly in the company of Juventus and Napoli at the top of Serie A with all three teams on six points after winning their first two games.
DUBROVNIK, Croatia — When Croatia’s national soccer team scored the goal that took it past England and into its first World Cup final, delirious fans lit flares and burned tires outside the towering limestone walls of the old city in Dubrovnik.
(Reuters) - U.S. hedge fund Elliott Management said on Tuesday it has assumed control of indebted Italian soccer club AC Milan and will inject 50 million euros (£44.2 million) to help stabilise the club's finances.