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LONDON (Reuters) - A 19-year-old man has been found guilty in Singapore of sending serious online abuse to Brighton & Hove Albion's French forward Neal Maupay in June last year, the Premier League said on Wednesday.
SINGAPORE (The Straits Times/ANN): A Singaporean teenager who threatened to kill English Premier League (EPL) football player Neal Maupay has admitted to his offences.
(Reuters) - English Premier League soccer clubs have renewed their existing UK broadcast deals with Sky, BT and Amazon for another three years, avoiding an auction process that could have lost them money due to a drop in competition between broadcasters.
(Reuters) - The Premier League has welcomed the British government's announcement on the easing of lockdown restrictions amid the COVID-19 pandemic and Chief Executive Richard Masters said on Monday it is their priority to have full stadiums next season.
(Reuters) - Newcastle United owner Mike Ashley said it is time for the "dark forces" preventing the Tyneside club from becoming a powerhouse to step aside, after initiating legal proceedings against the Premier League, British media reported.
(Reuters) - England's football authorities have joined forces to announce a social media boycott next weekend in response to continued online racist abuse of players.
(Reuters) - The Premier League has told executives from the clubs involved in the breakaway European Super League to step down from key committees or risk being "forcibly removed", British media reported.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Premier League is to launch two studies looking into the forces involved in heading footballs with new measures expected to be implemented ahead of next season.
LONDON (Reuters) - The Premier League plans to welcome up to 10,000 fans in stadiums for the final two rounds of matches this season, chief executive Richard Masters said on Friday.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - The Premier League is in no rush to conduct its auction for domestic broadcast rights, chief executive Richard Masters said on Thursday, insisting he does not expect their value to fall.