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LONDON (Reuters) - Football fortune is fickle, players come and go, but Brentford hope sticking to their tried and trusted formula is the best bet of returning to the top flight for the first time in 74 years.
MANCHESTER, England (Reuters) - Revenues from football's domestic broadcast rights deals are expected to fall across Europe's top leagues this year, due to a lack of competition between broadcasters, in a further blow to COVID-19 hit clubs who have spent almost a year without fans in stadiums.
(Reuters) - La Liga champions Real Madrid recorded overall income of 681.2 million euros ($832 million) in the 2019-20 season despite an 8% drop in revenue, a study from auditing firm KPMG revealed on Sunday.
LONDON (Reuters) - Rebekah Vardy, the wife of an England soccer striker, won the first exchange in her libel case against the wife of his former international teammate Wayne Rooney over accusations she passed on stories to a newspaper about her former friend.
LONDON (Reuters) - A courtroom battle between the wives of former England football stars Wayne Rooney and Jamie Vardy kicked off in London on Thursday, an escalation in a tale of betrayal and amateur detective work that has titillated the British public.
PETALING JAYA: There is a famous quote from Bill Watterson, cartoonist and the author of comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, that goes: “If your knees aren’t green by the end of the day, you ought to seriously re-examine your life.”
(Reuters) - McLaren boss Zak Brown mocked Racing Point's handling of Canadian driver Lance Stroll's COVID-19 positive on Friday and questioned the team's claim to test more than anyone else in Formula One.
TOKYO (Reuters) - Naomi Osaka has been the dominant storyline of the 2020 U.S. Open, both for on-court performances that mean she will be playing in Saturday's final and for her vocal support of the Black Lives Matter (BLM) movement.
ATHENS (Reuters) - The Olympic Games' cost overruns in recent decades are a result of the International Olympic Committee's delay in undertaking deep reforms, and it is now paying the price, said the lead author of new Oxford University research.
SYDNEY (Reuters) - Holding professional sports games with diversity themes, such as LGBT rights, can help change the discriminatory behaviour of athletes, according to an academic study released by an Australian university on Thursday.