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BEIJING (Reuters) - The owner of a Chinese firm behind a bid to take over English club Southampton said on Friday the deal was being held up and that he wasn't sure if the current owner still wanted to sell, casting doubts over the long-running negotiations.
(Reuters) - West Bromwich Albion have agreed to sell the club to Yunyi Guokai (Shanghai) Sports Development Ltd, controlled by businessman Guochuan Lai, in the latest instance of China's growing interest in football worldwide.
MELBOURNE (Reuters) - Grabbing a slice of China's huge market has proved elusive for an array of foreign sports but the full-contact game of Australian Rules is planning to tackle the nation head-on with a soft-power offensive backed by business and diplomacy.
ROME (Reuters) - Palermo president Maurizio Zamparini has quit his post with the Serie A club, he said on Monday, after overseeing nearly 40 coaching changes during 15 turbulent years at the helm.
LONDON (Reuters) - Premier League club Hull City have declined to comment on the status of a 130 million pound takeover proposal from a group listed on the Hong Kong Stock Exchange.
(Reuters) - A sixth successive title for Juventus appears inevitable as the new Serie A season gets under way this weekend -- even though they have lost one of the world's top players.
MILAN (Reuters) - Former Prime Minister Silvio Berlusconi said on Friday he would like to find an Italian buyer for his Serie A soccer team AC Milan, acknowledging that it had played dreadfully over the past season.
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MILAN (Reuters) - Only three years after being declared bankrupt and demoted to the fourth tier of Italian football, a re-born Parma are on course to return to the European stage where they excelled in the 1990s.