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BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona named Carles Tusquets as their acting president on Wednesday, a day after Josep Maria Bartomeu resigned in order to avoid facing a vote of no confidence.
(Reuters) - Barcelona have accepted a proposal to join a new European Super League, a move that would secure the club's financial future, Josep Maria Bartomeu said after resigning as president on Tuesday.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona president Josep Maria Bartomeu resigned from the club on Tuesday ahead of a vote of no confidence that was due to be held next month after some 20,000 fans signed a petition demanding that he step down.
MADRID (Reuters) - Barcelona defender Gerard Pique has torn into the club over their handling of the Lionel Messi contract situation, which resulted in the forward attempting to leave in the close-season.
MADRID (Reuters) - In Spain, the words 'El Clasico' are usually a synonym for greatness. The game, which has been moved to an unfamiliar 1600 (1400 GMT) kickoff slot to appease global television markets, is still probably the most-watched match in club football.
(Reuters) - Manchester United forward Marcus Rashford's campaign to extend free school meals over the holidays has suffered a setback after members of the British Parliament voted against the provision.
MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish champions Real Madrid and great rivals Barcelona appear increasingly unlikely to have things their own way this season, as has been the case over the last decade, with the 'big two' meekly losing at the weekend after a stuttering start.
LONDON (Reuters) - The troubled International Weightlifting Federation (IWF) has appointed its third interim president in as many days, with Britain's Michael Irani taking over from Thailand's Intarat Yodbangtoey.
LONDON (Reuters) - USA Weightlifting has condemned the 'outrageous' ousting of American Ursula Garza Papandrea as interim president of the world governing body, warning that the troubled sport's future was at stake.
Japan’s Dentsu lobbied for and funded campaign for Tokyo games, documents show, despite Olympics contract
TOKYO/NEW YORK (Reuters) - Dentsu Inc donated more than $6 million to Tokyo's successful campaign to host the 2020 Olympics, according to bank records seen by Reuters, and it lobbied members of the International Olympic Committee on behalf of the city, according to three people involved in the lobbying. The activities created a potential conflict of interest for the Japanese advertising company, which had a separate contract with the IOC to market the games.