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Football

Zidane leads visit of seven French coaches to Bayern

BERLIN (Reuters) - Former World Cup winner Zinedine Zidane is among seven French coaches to have taken advantage of the international break in order to head to German champions Bayern Munich for a three-day visit.

Football

Former U.S. executive says big-time sport a sound TV investment

(Reuters) - While analysts debate the fiscal sense of Sky TV paying more than $4 billion (2.60 billion pounds) to broadcast live English Premier League matches, former CBS Sports president Neal Pilson advises them not to fret.

Football

Factbox - TV deals for major soccer leagues

LONDON (Reuters) - The English Premier League's jaw-dropping 5.136 billion pounds ($7.89 billion) domestic TV rights deal for the three seasons starting 2016-17 will increase its financial dominance over rival leagues.

Athletics

Commonwealth Games-Edmonton drops 2022 bid; cites oil prices

(Reuters) - The Canadian city of Edmonton has withdrawn its bid to host the 2022 Commonwealth Games over economic concerns in the wake of a drop in worldwide oil prices, officials said on Tuesday.

Golf

Rehabilitated Woods heading towards his second billion

(Reuters) - His goal of 18 majors is in serious doubt, but five years after his precipitous fall from grace a rehabilitated Tiger Woods is entering the next phase of his career heading towards making another billion.

Business News

Manchester United revenues hit by Champions League absence

LONDON: English Premier League club Manchester United suffered a 10 percent fall in first quarter revenue as the absence of lucrative Champions League soccer this season took its toll.

Football

Manchester United revenues hit by Champions League absence

LONDON (Reuters) - English Premier League club Manchester United suffered a 10 percent fall in first quarter revenue as the absence of lucrative Champions League soccer this season took its toll.

Football

Scotland fan dies after fall at Celtic Park

(Reuters) - A football fan has died from injuries sustained after he fell in a stairwell following the Euro 2016 qualifier between Scotland and Ireland at Celtic Park in Glasgow on Friday, police have said.

Cycling

Thailand off course on Tour hosting plans - ASO

BANGKOK/PARIS (Reuters) - Thailand boldly announced they were in talks to host the Tour de France on Thursday, much to the surprise of organisers of the world's greatest cycle race who said they were only discussing staging a low key one-day in the Southeast Asian nation.

Cycling

Thailand in talks to host Tour de France

BANGKOK (Reuters) - Thailand are in talks with Tour de France organisers about bringing the world's most prestigious cycling race to Asia for the first time and are confident of doing so by 2016, a senior tourism official said on Thursday.