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AMSTERDAM (Reuters) - The wife and four children of PSV Eindhoven forward Eran Zahavi were tied up by robbers at their home in Amsterdam while was on his way to an away game, Dutch police said on Monday.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - Triller will not pursue legal action against boxing fans who pirated the platform's April 17 fight between Jake Paul and Ben Askren provided those individuals pay the original $49.99 price before June 1, a company executive told Reuters.
(Reuters) - Mobdro, the world's largest pirate streaming app, has ceased operations following an investigation and criminal referral by the Alliance for Creativity and Entertainment (ACE) and the English Premier League, the league said on Thursday.
THE much anticipated new season of the English Premier League begins Sept 12 with the first game between newly-promoted Fulham at home to Arsenal at 7.30pm (Malaysian time).
PARIS (Reuters) - Paris police were attacked, shops in the French capital were vandalised and 158 people were arrested after Paris Saint Germain's loss to Bayern Munich in the Champions League soccer final, the interior minister and police said on Monday.
COPENHAGEN (Reuters) - Danish soccer club Viborg FF admit that they signed a Dutchman claiming to be a professional footballer without ever seeing him play. Now they have filed a criminal complaint alleging fraud by his agents after his lack of skill became apparent.
A huge theft case has stolen some of the limelight from the Malaysia Motorcycle Grand Prix at the Sepang International Circuit (SIC).
PARIS (Reuters) - Striker Lamine Diaby Fadiga has been sacked by Nice after he admitted stealing team mate Kasper Dolberg's watch in the dressing room, the Ligue 1 club said on Tuesday.
(Reuters) - Australia coach Justin Langer has sought to inspire his team with the tale of boxer Muhammad Ali and his stolen bike to put the Headingley setback behind them and seize back the "stolen" Ashes at Old Trafford.
(Reuters) - Several soccer governing bodies and rights holders issued a joint statement on Wednesday to collectively condemn what they called the theft of their intellectual property by channel beoutQ