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(Reuters) - Manchester United will offer fans either a pro-rata cash refund or a rebate on next season's tickets if this season's remaining Premier League games are cancelled or played behind closed doors due to the coronavirus pandemic, the club said on Friday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's Anti-Doping body UKAD has criticised an independent review into the way UK Athletics handled issues surrounding its relationship with disgraced running coach Alberto Salazar.
TOKYO (Reuters) - At 79, Tadamasa Fukiura has never lost his boyhood love of flags. But now the man in charge of supplying more than 10,000 of them for Tokyo's 2020 Olympics has a flag obsession of a different stripe - whether the Games will go ahead.
MADRID (Reuters) - La Liga side Alaves have confirmed a total of 15 positive coronavirus cases, a club statement said on Wednesday.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Japan must brainstorm plans for dealing with cancelled or postponed Tokyo Olympic Games, even if that is unlikely, said Shigeru Ishiba, a ruling party heavyweight seen as a leading candidate to be the next prime minister.
ZURICH (Reuters) - The policy of playing soccer matches without spectators as a way of keeping the show on the road during the coronavirus outbreak has been widely questioned on health grounds and because of the surreal atmosphere it creates in empty stadiums.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Australia's top flight National Rugby League (NRL) has been plunged into scandal on the eve of its season-opener, with two Canterbury Bulldogs players stood down after taking two "young females" back to their hotel rooms on a pre-season tour.
LONDON (Reuters) - Global insurers face a hefty bill if the coronavirus forces the cancellation of the Summer Olympics in Tokyo, with estimates of the cost of insuring the sporting showpiece running into billions of dollars.
(Reuters) - World Rugby has said it will review its policies for transgender participation in women's rugby, following a meeting of independent experts in London this week.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Tokyo 2020 Olympics organisers said on Friday they will make a call next week on how they plan to hold the ceremonial torch relay amid growing worries the coronavirus could scale back or even cancel scheduled events at the Games.