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LONDON (Reuters) - British soccer teams could find it harder to sign top European players and some players may be forced to leave if the country exits the European Union, one of the leading women in the sport said on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho and his club have strongly refuted suggestions that he intimidated two teenagers who filmed him on a mobile phone in a London street.
WOBURN, England (Reuters) - The European Tour can proudly boast the arrival of a highly promising new young kid on the block following Matt Fitzpatrick's stunning two-shot win at the $4.55 million (3 million pound) British Masters.
DHARAN, Nepal/KARACHI, Pakistan (Reuters) - There are no recognisable football fields, no players, and just a rusting goalpost at Pakistan's Hawksbay training centre, built with a $500,000 FIFA grant on a windswept plot by the Arabian Sea near Karachi, and officially completed two years ago.
PETALING JAYA: Giants Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) will not be represented in the Malaysian XI side for the friendly against Liverpool at the National Stadium in Bukit Jalil on July 24.
SEOUL (Reuters) - An Byeong-hun's victory at last month's BMW PGA Championship could help open the door to Olympic and Presidents Cup berths, but the South Korean golfer knows he has a long way to go to match the exploits of his sporting parents.
SINGAPORE (Reuters) - While Juventus look forward to a first Champions League final in more than a decade and the riches that success brings, former employees at the Italian giants' Singapore-based soccer school push on with their fight for unpaid wages.
KUALA LUMPUR: The agonising wait continues. Lee Chong Wei’s much awaited doping case verdict was expected to be announced but it did not materialise on Friday.
PETALING JAYA: Skeet shooter Ricky Teh has received an early Chinese New Year “ang pow”. The shooter learned last week that he will be making his seventh SEA Games appearance in June.
ABU DHABI (Reuters) - Fernando Alonso has hit back at Ferrari principal Marco Mattiacci for saying that Sebastian Vettel would bring "the utmost motivation and commitment" to the Formula One team when he replaces the Spaniard next season.