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MILAN (Reuters) - Parma became the latest Serie A team to come under U.S. ownership when they were taken over by the Krause Group on Friday, the club said in a statement following a deal signed in Milan.
(Reuters) - Patience is a virtue not often associated with Serie A clubs, among officials or supporters, but the new U.S. owners of Parma believe they and the team's fans have enough of it to build a bright long-term future.
LISBON (Reuters) - UEFA president Aleksander Ceferin has no issue with sovereign wealth funds and state-linked money coming into football as long as the game's financial regulations are observed.
(Reuters) - Parma have dismissed coach Roberto d'Aversa, three weeks after the end of the season, the Serie A club announced on Sunday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Premier League club Sheffield United said on Thursday there had been no change to their Saudi ownership despite filings which suggested Prince Abdullah bin Mosaad bin Abdulaziz Al Saud had given up control.
DUBAI/MANCHESTER (Reuters) - A bid by a Saudi Arabian state fund to secure ownership of Newcastle United is drawing scrutiny, but even if it succeeds it is unlikely that the petrodollars will transform the Premier League club into a powerhouse in the near future.
BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgian second-tier club Lokeren face going out of business after their owner on Monday said that they had failed to meet a deadline to find an investor to ward off bankruptcy.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - FIFA is getting ready to deal with complaints and appeals over wage cuts for players, producing guidelines for clubs and football bodies looking to cut costs during the stoppage caused by the coronavirus pandemic, an internal document seen by Reuters showed.
ZURICH (Reuters) - A fund has been set up to help footballers who are left without wages when their clubs fall into financial difficulties or go out of business, global soccer body FIFA said on Tuesday.
MILAN (Reuters) - Struggling Serie A side Fiorentina named Giuseppe Iachini, a seasoned professional well-known on the Italian coaching circuit, as their new manager on Monday to replace Vincenzo Montella, who was fired at the weekend.