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MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Manchester City manager Pep Guardiola said his team deserved an apology, after their two-year UEFA ban from European football was overturned by the Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) -- a verdict he called "a good day for football".
(Reuters) - Queens Park Rangers chief executive Lee Hoos has slammed the English Football League's plans to resume the Championship (second-tier) season on June 20, saying clubs were informed of the decision only moments before it was made public.
(Reuters) - Planning for this year's men's Twenty20 World Cup and next year's women's 50-over World Cup is going ahead even though cricket remains suspended due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Thursday.
EVEN when there’s no football on, footballers remain in the headlines. In the last week they’ve been asked to save their clubs, and they’ve even been encouraged to ‘play their part’ in helping the national effort in the UK to tackle the virus.
BURNLEY, England (Reuters) - Alastair Campbell, the former press chief of ex-British Prime Minister Tony Blair, says criticism of footballers has been unfair during the coronavirus pandemic, but the game's leaders needed to chart a better way of handling the crisis.
LONDON (Reuters) - Premier League soccer players need to take a pay cut and "play their part" as Britain battles the coronavirus pandemic, health minister Matt Hancock said on Thursday.
BERLIN (Reuters) - World champions Mercedes are not preparing to pull out of Formula One, Daimler Chief Executive Ola Kaellenius said on Wednesday.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Seth Makowsky may never win an Olympic gold medal but the United States chess team coach may have a hand in getting athletes on the podium at the 2020 Summer Games.
LONDON (Reuters) - Manchester City are innocent until proven guilty, manager Pep Guardiola said on Friday in response to alleged breaches by the Premier League champions of Financial Fair Play (FFP) regulations.