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(Reuters) - Liverpool boss Juergen Klopp said on Friday that it was crucial that Premier League clubs and stakeholders continue to discuss how to improve English football after the controversial proposals in 'Project Big Picture' came to light.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Premier League clubs on Wednesday rejected plans put forward by Liverpool and Manchester United for radical changes to the league's structures and finances and said they would conduct their own review of the game.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Plans for major changes to the structure and finances of English football, known as 'Project Big Picture', have caused a furious debate. Ahead of a series of meetings this week, here is a Q&A looking at the main issues.
LONDON (Reuters) - Lewis Hamilton looks sure to become the most successful Formula One driver of all time but argument about the greatest will rumble on.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Radical proposals to change English football backed by heavyweights Liverpool and Manchester United have been met with swift criticism but Football League (EFL) chairman Rick Parry insists he will push forward with the plan.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Football League chairman Rick Parry hit back at the Premier League and the UK government on Sunday after they criticised his plan, backed by Liverpool and Manchester United, for a major restructuring of the Premier League.
(Reuters) - Men's tennis has been dominated by Roger Federer, Rafael Nadal and Novak Djokovic since the early 2000s. Following are some key facts and records as the trio battle for the top spot in the race to be crowned the 'Greatest of All Time'.
(Reuters) - Tyrrell Hatton defended his choice of clothing at this week's BMW PGA Championship after the hoodies he sported during the tournament divided opinion among golf fans on social media.
PARIS (Reuters) - Defeating the 'Big Three' of Novak Djokovic, Roger Federer and Rafael Nadal in Grand Slams is far more difficult than facing them in three-set matches, Argentine Diego Schwartzman said after he lost in the French Open semi-finals on Friday.