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(Reuters) - NBA great Michael Jordan's autographed game-worn sneakers from his rookie season fetched a record $560,000 (463,380 pounds) in an online auction, Sotheby's said https://www.sothebys.com/en/buy/auction/2020/the-one-mjs-air-jordan-1s/michael-jordans-game-worn-1985-player-sample-air?locale=en on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Formula One and Silverstone have agreed terms for two races without spectators at the circuit this season, subject to government approval, the track's managing director Stuart Pringle said on Friday.
PETALING JAYA: He’s a midfielder but he has always been able to find the net. UKM’s Syed Sobri Syed Mohamad has always scored in crucial matches for his previous teams like Sime Darby – he scored in an upset FA Cup win over Pahang – and T-Team.
KUALA LUMPUR: National woman’s hockey player Wan Norfaiezah Mohd Saiuti should have been playing hockey in the German league now. But she turned down the offer for a third stint with Zehlendorfer Wespento to concentrate on her studies.
(Reuters) - Ajax Amsterdam are not immune to the financial strain caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, but they will not be strong-armed into cut-price deals for their players in the upcoming transfer window, chief executive Edwin van der Sar said.
(Reuters) - FIFA is investigating the transfer of midfielder Bruno Fernandes from Portugal's Sporting Lisbon to Manchester United following a complaint from his former team Sampdoria, soccer's world governing body has said.
PETALING JAYA: It’s been a good 2020 for pint-sized Pahang winger Faisal Halim (pic), despite the pandemic.
(Reuters) - The financial impact of the COVID-19 pandemic could mean a decrease in market value of players when the transfer window reopens but Southampton is prepared for all eventualities, manager Ralph Hasenhuettl said.
LONDON (Reuters) - Premier League strugglers Norwich City have said they will not go back on their decision to furlough non-playing staff due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, as the club believes the decision is the right one for "business".
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Staff furloughed by Cricket Australia during the coronavirus shutdown could work at supermarkets as part of the board's efforts to find alternative employment for them, Chief Executive Kevin Roberts said on Wednesday.