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Terengganu to start next season on clean slate

Terengganu will start the 2004 season on a clean slate after paying out a hefty RM500,000 bill for late salaries and contributions to the Employees Provident Fund (EPF) for players and coaches since 2000.

Bodybuilder Sazali: Time to repay nation

SAZALI Samad owes a lot to the sport of bodybuilding. And the Vietnam SEA Games will be the time to repay the debts.

England coach Eriksson fights for cash from former club Benfica

England coach Sven-Goran Eriksson said on Monday he is still fighting to receive money owed to him by Benfica from his spell as the Portuguese giant's manager more than a decade ago.

New Leeds coach looks to Viduka to turn club’s fortunes

The embattled Peter Reid is gone and the two men he has been at odds with now have the task of turning the tide at Leeds United.

Leeds sack manager Reid

Leeds United have sacked manager Peter Reid after 22 matches in charge at Elland Road, the BBC reported yesterday.

Merry, merry and quite contrary

Monaco chalked up a record win but achieved little, Juventus stalled and stifled - and celebrated a place in the knockout stages. Elber scored the winner against his old team and could not celebrate. Thierry Henry still can't find the mark but his team are still alive. It was indeed an explosive Guy Fawkes night in Europe on Wednesday.

Italy’s clubs threatened by EU probe plan

Some of Italy's most famous football clubs could go bankrupt if the EU Commission rules that a government decree allowing them to spread their debts over 10 years contravenes European law.

Sunderland sinking deeper into the red

English First Division Sunderland Plc said yesterday that their relegation from the Premier League had cost them dearly as they sank even deeper into the red.

Real resigned to losing Salgado

Spanish champions Real Madrid seem resigned to rightback Michel Salgado leaving at the end of the season.

English clubs are now good buys

The news on Wednesday that the Thai prime minister was contemplating a bid to buy Fulham, a century-old London soccer club, was coupled with a report that a Saudi Arabian sheikh might come to the rescue of Leeds, an ailing team in the north of England.