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LONDON (Reuters) - If any player epitomises the unifying impact Mikel Arteta has had on Arsenal since he took charge in December it is Granit Xhaka who has gone from a target of fan venom to a key cog in midfield.
DUBAI (Reuters) - This year's Twenty20 World Cup in Australia became a high-profile casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic on Monday after the sport's governing International Cricket Council (ICC) postponed the tournament scheduled for October-November.
BOURNEMOUTH, England (Reuters) - Southampton were hotly tipped to be headed out of the Premier League and manager Ralph Hasenhuettl out of the door after a record-breaking 9-0 home thumping by Leicester City in October.
(Reuters) - Nigel Pearson was denied the chance to complete his great escape with Watford when he parted company with the club on Sunday with two games of the season remaining.
(Reuters) - Mercedes team boss Toto Wolff hit out at Formula One rivals Ferrari and others on Saturday for saying they were ready to sign a new commercial 'Concorde Agreement' setting out the sport's future to 2026.
(Reuters) - Russians Daniil Medvedev, Andrey Rublev and Karen Khachanov are ranked in the top 15 of men's ATP Tour and the healthy competition between among the trio is helping them excel, according to their compatriot and former world number one Yevgeny Kafelnikov.
(Reuters) - Coach Jorge Jesus is leaving Brazilian champions Flamengo to return to his native Portugal for a second spell in charge of Benfica.
(Reuters) - Ferrari and McLaren, historically Formula One's two most successful teams, signalled on Friday they were ready to sign a new 'Concorde Agreement' governing the sport's future.
BUDAPEST (Reuters) - Ferrari drivers Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc put their Styrian Grand Prix collision behind them on Thursday, but without much optimism for the immediate future.
(Reuters) - As the Washington, D.C. National Football League franchise contemplates a new identity, some activists, academics and branding experts say other teams should reconsider their Native American names and symbols.