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WHEN attempting to get the putter to launch the ball correctly you want some degree of rise angle on the putter head.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Football Australia on Thursday launched plans for a domestic transfer system in an effort to boost the sport's finances by securing a slice of a global transfer market which generated more than $7 billion last year.
(Reuters) - Fulham's Premier League match at Tottenham Hotspur that was scheduled to kick off at 1800 GMT on Wednesday has been postponed due to a COVID-19 outbreak at the West London club, the league said.
MADRID (Reuters) - Atletico Madrid coach Diego Simeone believes the 10-week ban imposed on defender Kieran Trippier for breaching betting rules unfairly harms his side and has asked for the punishment to be re-assessed.
(Reuters) - Sheffield United manager Chris Wilder said he had every right to look out for the interests of his club after being described as "selfish" by his Liverpool counterpart Juergen Klopp for opposing the reintroduction of five substitutes per game.
BARCELONA (Reuters) - Barcelona coach Ronald Koeman said he hoped Lionel Messi will have reaped the benefits of being rested in mid-week when his side host Osasuna on Sunday, bidding to revive their troubled start to the La Liga season.
LEEDS, England (Reuters) - With 2,000 fans allowed back into stadiums in Tier 2 locations in England, soccer clubs have the unenviable task of trying to decide which supporters get a golden ticket this Christmas.
CAPE TOWN (Reuters) - The suspension of Confederation of African Football chief Ahmad Ahmad on Monday has thrown wide open the future leadership of the regional soccer governing body, with his ban from the game coming just months before CAF's presidential elections.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The head of African football, Ahmad Ahmad, has been banned from football for five years by FIFA following an ethics investigation by world soccer's governing body.
TOKYO (Reuters) - At an upscale hotel in Tokyo, gymnasts from the United States, Russia, China and Japan are getting a taste of what more than 11,000 athletes might experience when the city hosts the postponed Olympic Games next year.