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(Reuters) - Australia test captain Tim Paine has backed Steve Smith's call to skip the Twenty20 World Cup if necessary to completely recover from an elbow injury for the team's Ashes defence against arch-rivals England starting in December.
DONETSK, Ukraine (Reuters) - Seven years after Ukraine lost control of this industrial city to heavily armed Russian-backed separatists who still rule Donetsk today, residents are split over who to support at the European soccer championships.
AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - Denmark coach Kasper Hjulmand is hoping his nation's long love affair with Dutch football in general and Ajax Amsterdam in particular will stand to them when they take on Wales in their Euro 2020 last 16 game on Saturday.
LAUSANNE: UEFA demanded that Ukraine make changes to their jersey for Euro 2020 to remove a “political” slogan that sparked protests from Russia.
MOSCOW: Russia said they had complained to European football governing body UEFA over Ukraine's new national team shirt which is emblazoned with a map including Crimea and words from a military slogan.
(Reuters) -European soccer governing body UEFA told Ukraine on Thursday it could keep a map showing Crimea on its new national shirt despite objections from Russia but must remove the phrase "Glory to the heroes" due to military connotations.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Russia said on Wednesday it had complained to European football governing body UEFA over Ukraine's new national team shirt which is emblazoned with a map including Crimea and words from a military slogan.
PETALING JAYA: Johor Darul Ta’zim (JDT) owner Tunku Ismail Sultan Ibrahim has lambasted critics for claiming that he is spoiling the Malaysian football league by signing top players from other clubs.
SAN FRANCISCO (Reuters) - U.S. Women's Open winner Yuka Saso this week said that while she has never met Rory McIlroy, she has spent countless hours studying his swing on YouTube to try to emulate it.
PORTO, Portugal (Reuters) -Portuguese authorities have relaxed COVID-19 safety rules for thousands of English fans coming to Porto for Saturday's Champions League final, no longer requiring them to stay in bubbles and lifting restrictions on movement.